Here it is:
My new release, Ehvah After is now available on Kindle. Hard copy version currently in formatting.
Ehvah Rowe’s life is in freefall. Her teen queen status is long forgotten, and with a childhood of tragic loss, no family save a diabolical aunt, and no career prospects, her L.A. celebrity world holds no future.
It will take a murder, an escape to the Australian tropics, and the friendship of an Aussie bodyguard, for her to discover healing, faith, and a way forward.
David Blake knows how to be a soldier. His army training equipped him to fight and protect. But when it comes to helping a fear-filled celebrity navigate the same post-traumatic stress symptoms he has suffered, David discovers the challenge in forsaking his own strength for God’s plan.
Rose Dee weaves a story of mystery, drama and romance, in her trademark tropical North Queensland Australian style.
2 thoughts on “Ehvah After.”
I just love the new ‘edgy’ look of your website. I just purchased “Ehvah After” a few minutes ago. I have wanted to read this for a while now. I am pretty backed up with work, study and health problems; so I don’t think I will get to review this until December. I am having surgery on December 2nd, and I will definitely be taking this on my ereader to hospital with me. I already have a few reviews to do (that I owe to some beautiful people), but I shall get to this asap.
The reason I am so excited to read this book is because, although I just love romance (clean of course) and happy endings, I also like the story to be realistic. We human beings are far from perfect and it is refreshing to see that “Edgy” Christian Fiction is taking on. I love to read a story where people’s personalities are portrayed as honestly as possible (warts and all). There is only so much sugary sweet I can take. When we then see the transformation of these personalities, upon meeting and forming a relationship with God; it gives promise of hope for anyone, no matter their circumstances.
I am also looking forward to reading “The Greenfield Legacy” – in fact Paula Vince is one of those lovely people that I am still owing a review to. Thank you Rose for persevering and accepting God’s call. It isn’t easy, and I look to you with absolute admiration.
Best wishes for the release of the hard copy.
Thank you for checking out my revamped website. I am hoping the ‘Edgy’ tag picks up. Before I started writing, edgy Christian romance novels were the books I wanted to read, but there were very few around that fit that genre. Hopefully there will be a lot more available in the very near future.
Thank you for purchasing Ehvah After. It took me a long time to write this story, mostly because of work and life commitments – so I completely understand those pressures. And I hope you enjoy The Greenfield Legacy. That was a real labor of love to produce.
Thoughts and prayers with you as you go to hospital – and a swift recovery. 🙂