Kate Lundquist is enjoying life with her new husband, stepchildren and a daughter of her own. But things take a dramatic turn, when the woman her children lovingly call Grandma P, dies and unexpectedly names Kate as the executor of her will.
Heartbroken but determined, Kate begins the process of planning a memorial service for Penny. She realizes belatedly that she has no real knowledge of her friend’s earlier life.
With no immediate family to be found, Kate has less than a week to discover all she can about the woman’s past. She hopes that a trip to Ephraim, Utah where Penny spent most of her life might be the place to find some answers.
Penny’s Diner is the story of one woman’s lifelong journey to lighten the burden of those around her through compassion, generosity and love.
Kate Fuller has often dreamed of her wedding day, choosing the perfect colors, planning her flower arrangements, and designing the gown. The only hurdle that stands in her way is finding the groom. Kate has had very few prospects in her quest to find a husband and at thirty-five, her hopes are beginning to fade. Because of her more flexible situation, her family decides to send her to Idaho to clear out the home of her deceased grandmother, which she grudgingly does, since in her own words she doesn’t have a real life anyway.
In the process of packing the house, she discovers an old journal and is intrigued to find out whom it belonged to. With no name to identify the owner, she assumes it must belong to one of her ancestors. She begins to hunt for clues within the book and in her grandmother’s family history records. As a novice genealogist, she is excited to continue the work that her grandmother had begun and relishes the sweet experience of doing work for those that have passed on. But her life takes a sudden turn when an old friend, Luke West, now a widower with six kids calls and asks her out. Could this man be the answer to her prayers?
In the Quiet Heart is a tale of finding joy despite the heartache and trials we experience in this life.
Return to Chelsey Falls (Remember Me: Book 1)
After the death of his mother, fourteen year old, Wyatt Barnes was sent to live with his grandparents in Chelsey Falls, Washington. That summer was filled with new friends and new adventures until his life was turned upside down for a second time.
Almost ten years later, an offer to teach at the high school in Chelsey Falls, brings Wyatt back to the small town. Is he getting a second chance to make amends with Alexa, the young woman that had befriended him?
Meanwhile, Wyatt’s sudden reappearance in town sends Alexa’s life into a tailspin. Longing for closure, Alexa can’t help but wonder if Wyatt has finally found the peace he so desperately needed. Although apprehensive about opening old wounds, Alexa knows she can’t avoid Wyatt forever. Could what started out as a crush so long ago become more than that now? Or is it just too late?
Natalie's Gift (Remember Me: Book 2)
High school senior Natalie Jenkins, unwed and pregnant, realizes her life has suddenly been changed forever. Any aspirations of becoming a concert pianist are shattered, replaced by the new reality of diapers, bottles and caring for a child. Will her future be put on hold indefinitely or can she find a way to follow her dreams?
Five hundred miles away, Meredith (Return to Chelsey Falls) and Ben Robbins have been married for four years and long for a baby of their own. After years of waiting and praying, will the latest IVF treatment finally make their dreams a reality?
Natalie’s Gift is a heart-wrenching story of selfless love and sacrifice told from opposite points of view. One woman longing desperately for a child while another woman struggles on an unanticipated path—neither knowing where their paths will lead.
Ripples (Remember Me: Book 3)
Cara (Return to Chelsey Falls) thought Mike was the perfect boyfriend, handsome and attentive, but all that changed when he started hanging out with Tito. As Mike becomes physically abusive, Cara decides to break off the relationship. Zack, a customer at the local coffee shop where Cara works, continues to unexpectedly appear in her life, helping her out of sticky and dangerous situations.
As Cara flees town, she discovers some unsettling family secrets that shed light on her mother’s behavior over the years. Through unforeseen circumstances, Cara becomes reacquainted with her deceased father’s side of the family, and is surprised to learn things about herself that she had never imagined.
Ripples is a story of forgiveness and second chances. Come along with Cara as she unlocks her past and struggles to understand how her past is still guiding her future.