I am thrilled to introduce you to Jeanette-Marie Mirich. Her book, The Courtship of Harry’s Wife will be releasing tomorrow and I will share my review with you later this week. As a hint, you should go ahead and buy the book now. You won’t be sorry you did!
Tomorrow she will be sharing her testimony on Songs of Salvation. Be sure to come back and get to know her through her sharing her heart as well.
The Courtship of Harry's Wife
Series: D.B. Burns Mysteries #1
Published by Mountain Brook Ink
Publication Date September 1, 2019
Genres: Christian Fiction, Mystery, Clean Romance, Suspense
Setting: Kentucky Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 35-60
Written for: Adults
I shouldn't have made the promise when Harry was dying but . . .
You know how it is. You want to please when the person you’ve always loved is hooked up to plastic tubing looking peaky.
Delilah Morgan, a woman of honor, is unable to ignore her promise to her husband, Harry, which leads to trouble, with a capital T. The beautiful, unassuming Delilah plans to mourn in private after Harry passed, but he had other ideas—specifically, leaving his wife in good hands and protected from the elite of their small Kentucky town. However, he neglects to include his wife in his plans.
Harry has selected local judge, Lyle Henderson, the heart-throb of most of the women in town, to court his widow. The judge acquiesces to Harry’s wishes until Henderson’s life spins into a maelstrom after the discovery of bodies in his long absent wife’s car. The police and FBI begin to suspect him of murdering his wife and her apparent lover.
Determined to clear the judge of murder, Delilah resolves to hunt down the true story. Their adventure nearly costs them their lives and leads them on what Delilah suspects is a wild-goose chase toward love. In reality, their wanderings reveal what sacrificial love can encompass.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. This gift did not influence my opinion or review.
Also in this series: The Courtship of Harry's Wife , The Last Roses, You Promised Me Paris