March 13, 2022

Happy Ever Afters are possible… or are they?

Dakota Taylor has found the perfect man to fulfill all her dreams; a godly man of strength, character, and integrity. To top it off, he’s asked her to spend the rest of her life with him. After a whirlwind engagement, they’re back in Boston planning their future, and reality is setting in. Coping with a new job, a new house, and a fiancé with a dangerous job as one of Boston’s Finest completely overwhelms Dakota’s need for order. Her anxieties threaten to derail her plans for a rosy future with a flawless man.

Can Dakota surrender her fears and embrace life’s imperfections?

Shane Donovan’s life is shaping up nicely, now that he proposed to the woman of his dreams. Postponing their wedding until after he has completed his training to become a K9 officer will test his resolve and their relationship. When he embarks on a trip to find his K9 partner, he runs headlong into a ghost from his past. Forced to revisit his greatest failure, he descends into a dark place of anger. If he can’t get himself under control, his happy future is at risk.

Can Shane forgive and move forward? Or will he lose everything–the girl he loves, and the job he’s worked so hard for–in one fell swoop?

She swore off love forever. But fate works in mysterious ways…

Chloe Davis is a free spirit with a passion for yoga and dreams of adventure. But when her life on the road lands her in the quaint and quiet town of Rockport, Texas, she finds much more than she expected… and quickly finds herself thrown head-first into a puzzling mystery.

Still reeling from the loss of his wife, detective Blake Thompson is in no mood for drama – or silly things like tarot reading and yoga. After the headstrong and enigmatic Chloe stumbles into his office with a report of strangely stolen belongings, he dismisses her stories as rambling nonsense. Nothing weird ever happens in his town… but as he begins to dig deeper, a series of confusing events leads him to wonder if Chloe is onto something, after all.

Caught up in a perplexing case that causes their fates to collide, Blake and Chloe must put aside their differences if they want to unravel the truth. Blake swears he can never love again, and Chloe is a hopeless romantic who’s committed to the life of a free spirit. But try as they might, a spark begins to simmer that threatens to turn both of their worlds upside down.

Can this unlikely duo uncover the secrets of this beautiful and quirky town? And can Chloe put aside the pain of past relationships and bring herself to love again?

As a fun and lighthearted contemporary women’s fiction book that artfully blends wholesome romance with a puzzling mystery that’s full of twists and turns, the Rockport Skies is a delightful read for anybody who wants to escape on an idyllic small town adventure. Scroll up and grab your copy now!

TV news reporter Violet Rosati thought she’d be married with kids and living in the suburbs by now. Instead, she’s single, thirty-one, and starting a new job at a TV station in Portland. Her move to Maine brings her closer to her boyfriend, Jude, who she hopes will propose soon. He knows and accepts everything about her—even her darkest secret.

However, her new church brings an unexpected surprise. While in confession, she realizes the priest is her ex-boyfriend, Tristan. She hasn’t seen him in seven years and never told him about her pregnancy. He treated her terribly and broke her heart. Now he’s a priest?

As she faces old wounds, she finds Father Tristan to be kind, empathetic, and apologetic. Old feelings reemerge. But he’s a priest, and she loves Jude. How can she be drawn to a priest when she has such a wonderful boyfriend? Confused and torn, she struggles to forgive, love, and find redemption. Turning to her faith for direction, she learns that forgiving herself may be the hardest part of all.

Can she move on and find the life she wants with Jude? Or does she confront her feelings for Father Tristan and risk the lives they’ve both chosen?

Life is good for Eli McNamara.

After a turbulent time as a teen and young adult, he finally feels settled and content in his life. He has a wife he loves and a baby son they both adore. But then a phone call brings the past back into the present, and Eli is left with choices that will change their lives forever. As other challenges show the cracks in his life, Eli feels like he’s losing control of things and isn’t sure how to protect his family from the stresses that are threatening it.

The McNamara family pulls together, determined to weather the storms that have suddenly assailed them. They may not be able to see a clear path through, but they’re trusting that God’s plan will prevail in their lives.

A LOVE TO SHARE is part of the New Hope Falls series, but it is not a standalone. This story revisits the McNamara family, and for you to fully enjoy this story, it is best if you have read A LOVE SO REAL (book 1), THE COLOR OF LOVE (book 3), THE HARMONY OF LOVE (book 7) and ALWAYS BY MY SIDE (book 9).

Trigger warning: This story deals with mental health issues, including grief, suicide, and depression. If you are sensitive to these topics, this might not be the story for you.

Published by Regina Walker

I am a Jesus-girl, wife, mom, writer, sister, daughter, baker, cook, maid, teacher, farmer, and more. I am busy raising kids, and praying daily for them to be servants of Christ. I am the blessed wife of a very hard working man. We live on a small farm where we are learning more about sustainable living. We do our best to enjoy life, help others, and use the talents God gave us for His glory. Our goal is to teach our kids to do the same. I welcome all emails - you can reach me at - feel free to email me anytime, just be patient in waiting for my response!

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