How could a loving God hurt so many people?
Paramedic Scott Wilson believes he can chase death away, but his spirit is shattered when people he loves are taken from him. As a paramedic, Scott sees every day the pain that people suffer, and he wants no part of a God that would allow bad things to happen to good people. As a result, he hides behind his work and addiction to ease the pain within his soul.
But once newspaper reporter Angela Mabry and her son, Max, move into town, Scott can’t help but notice the feisty redhead. Angela is determined to uncover the town’s seedy underbelly and reveal the strange coincidences of so many car accidents at one location.
When a prominent city official dies in a car wreck, Scott and Angela find themselves tangled in intrigue and deception. Together they search for the truth and discover that not all is what it seems.
Advance Praise for Alabama Days
Blockbuster action and a heartwarming story filled with characters who are realistic and well crafted. Recommend Daphne Self for a story that lasts beyond The End.
Lucy Thompson, author of Mail Order Surprise, A Cowboy’s Dare, and “Waltzing Matilda” of The Captive Brides Collection
Alabama Days carries the reader through intrigue, danger, and romance, with writing that sparkles, characters that come alive, and relationships that develop, both socially and spiritually. Who is to be trusted? What are the consequences of stealing? These mysteries will keep you in Alabama till all is resolved.
Eleanor Gustafson, author of An Unpresentable Glory and Dynamo
Daphne takes small-town intrigue, tosses in romance and a strong thread of redemption, and creates a story romantic suspense readers will thoroughly enjoy. A definite heart-warming—and pulse-pounding—read.
Susan L. Tuttle, author of At First Glance
A compelling story of small-town corruption and an unstoppable romance, Alabama Days entertains while also presenting readers with the hope of the Gospel.
Heather Norman Smith, author of Grace & Lavender and Where I Was Planted