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About Robin Merrill
Robin Merrill writes from rural Maine where she lives with her husband, their two children, and several furry friends. She has authored more than thirty books, and her poems, essays, and stories have appeared in hundreds of publications. Visit robinmerrill.com to join her readers' group!
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Nora hasn't seen her son in three days, and no one seems to care.
His friends say they haven't seen him, but Nora thinks they're lying. The police say he's just run off, but Nora knows this isn't true. He might be a troublemaker, but he wouldn't do this to her. She will not rest until she finds him, but she's in it alone.
Then one day, crippled by fatigue and fear, Nora finds her way to a weird little church. And suddenly, she's not alone anymore.
Pastor Adam has issued the burgeoning congregation of New Beginnings a challenge: It's time for boots on the ground.
It's time to go out into Carver Harbor and meet real people where they're really at. Some congregants are more comfortable with this new direction than others are. Rachel and Cathy are thrilled. Fiona and Chevon? Not so much.
Esther and gang will find their mettle tested as they come face-to-face with circumstances so difficult there seems to be no possible solution.
But with their God, the impossible becomes possible.
A disgraced spouse. A devastated daughter. A troubled recluse. Can steadfast faith right a string of wrongs?
When their local church closes, seven senior women decide to start a new one. Pooling their funds, they buy a building that’s crumbling around them. Then, despite large hurdles and loud critics, the ladies work to create the church they’ve always wanted to attend.
The ladies don’t realize it when they begin, but Carver Harbor needs them to be beacons of hope. And with God's help, come what may, they are up for the challenge.
Fans of Jan Karon’s Mitford Series are sure to love the heartwarming intergenerational tales found in the New Beginnings Series!
Esther is her granddaughter's last chance.
Esther hasn't seen Zoe in years and hardly knows her. But she's not going to turn her away. Zoe is family, and she's a child.
A wild child. How will Esther keep her from self-destructing?
Zoe wants nothing to do with the crazy-hat lady from her grandmother's creepy old church. But as Rachel starts to share herself with young Zoe, Esther sees a change. Will it be enough to save her life?
She begged God to rescue her.
He said, “Go.”
So she headed out into the blizzard. In a car that wasn’t exactly hers, with a dog who wasn’t exactly a rat terrier, she drove. Until she ran out of gas in the small Maine town of Mattawooptock. Mattawoopwhat? What on earth is God thinking?
But it is there, in a weird little bathroom in a weird little church in a weird little town that Maggie Hansen finds herself. And as God would have it, she finds a lot more than that.
You will love this book because it will warm your heart. Read it today!
And then there’s young Daniel, who seems to be working miracles in their midst, which of course, isn’t possible. Or is it?
Emily has finally found her dream job. She's moving to a remote Maine island to teach high school English. The handsome lobsterman is an unexpected bonus.
But life on the island is very different. The eccentric islanders seem to be hiding something from her, but what is it? And does she even want to know? If she figures out the secret, she might have to do something about it.
Welcome to Piercehaven, an idyllic small town in the middle of the Atlantic, where things aren't as simple as they seem and everyone is obsessed with basketball. You'll love this faith-filled story because you'll feel like you're right there with Emily, tasting the fresh, salty air. Visit Piercehaven today!
For readers who enjoy women's Christian fiction by the sea, including books by: T. I. Lowe, Lisa Wingate, and Michele Gilcrest.
Kyra Carter is a talented basketball coach driven to climb the career ladder, but her win-at-all-cost attitude has some people fuming. When those critics conspire to get her fired, the computer teacher is the only one she can trust.
She can’t believe he’s willing to help, since she recently rejected him, but Brad Foster is a peacemaker who loves to help others. But will his help be enough? Can two people take on an entire college community?
As they fight to clear her name, she tries to ignore her growing feelings. Settling down in this small town would be the end of her career. And no way would Brad leave his hometown to follow her. So, what’s the point in falling in love? She doesn’t have time for that.
Kyra will have to choose: career ladder or real love. If she doesn’t decide, she might end up with neither.
(This is Book 3 of the Piercehaven Christian Fiction Trilogy.)