In just a few days PLACE CALLED HOME (The Potter’s House Book #11) hits the shelves! I can’t wait to share Tessa and Nate’s story of healing, freedom, and redemption with you! Here’s the blurb:
All she wants is a settled place to call home.
He can’t wait to make home a life-long road trip.
All Tessa Chanson ever wanted was a stable place to call home. She thought she’d found that when she moved in with Jared–until his home became her prison. When his control escalates, the only answer is to escape–an escape that’s hampered when she falls and fractures her ankle.
While building his graphic design company, Nate Brooks is focused on the future he’s dreamed of: traveling around the country from the comfort of his renovated school bus. But when he picks up a wounded, mysterious hitchhiker, those well-laid plans take a backseat to protecting her.
Hobbled by her injury, Tessa fears she’ll never find freedom. Or has she found it with the family who graciously opens their home to her? And will Nate’s protection put his family–and his heart–at risk?
PLACE CALLED HOME is Book 11 of “The Potter’s House Books,” stories of love, hope, redemption, and second chances.
And, to pique your interest further, the hero, Nate Brooks, consented to giving a short interview:
Interviewer: Good afternoon and welcome to the Let’s Chat segment of The Minneapolis Moment. Today our special guest is Nathan Brooks representing the Our Home organization from the northern Minneapolis suburbs.
Thank you for joining us, Nathan. Could you tell the audience what Our Home is?
Nate: Well, first of all, call me Nate.
Interviewer: Nate it is. What can you tell me about Our Home?
Nate: Our Home is an organization, a ministry really, founded a couple years ago by my aunt and uncle that takes in homeless young adults and gives them important life skills, so they can live on their own.
Interviewer: Sounds like a very important ministry. What is your connection beyond family?
Nate: I volunteer there often, mostly training residents in computer skills. But God also tends to put young adults in my path that end up living at Our Home.
Interviewer: Interesting. Now that’s something I’d like to explore a little further. The grapevine tells me that you recently picked up a young hitchhiker. Is she now an Our Home resident?
Nate: (shakes his head) I can’t talk about that.
Interviewer: Understood. Then let’s go in a different direction. Tell our audience about yourself. What do you do for a living?
Nate: I’m a graphic designer. My goal is to work independently so that I can travel the country in my skoolie and really experience freedom.
Interviewer: What’s a skoolie?
Nate: It’s a school bus I’ve converted into an RV. (He grins) I call mine The Draken. Even painted a cool dragon on the side.
Interviewer: That sounds like a fun adventure. Is there anyone you’d like to bring along with you?
Nate: Maybe some friends, but for a short period only.
Interviewer: But no love interest? No romance on your horizon?
Nate: (laughs) Who has time for romance? I’m young. Being a bachelor is just fine with me!
Interviewer: My sources tell me that the hitchhiker you picked up has caught your eye. A spunky, curly-haired redhead. Have you given any thought of traveling with her?
Nate: (cheeks turn red, and he looks at the ground) I said, talking about her is off limits.
Interviewer: Hmmm, something tells me there’s more to her story—we’ll be keeping an eye you and this young woman, Nate!
If you’d like to find out if Nate and the young hitchhiker get together, PLACE CALLED HOME is on pre-order until September 11, and for only 99¢!
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Long Way Home (The Potter’s House Books #4)