CrossReads Book Spotlight: The Fifth Seal 5/19/2022

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The Fifth Seal

An Apocalyptic End-Times Thriller

(The Arrows Beyond Book 2)

by Milton Cantellay

The Fifth Seal

With the dawning darkness, the world has become a place where the Christian faith is widely persecuted as hateful and intolerant.

“Aubrey clenched her hand over Alice’s mouth to muffle the cries of pain being caused by the pressure she was putting on her stomach wound. In the distance, she could hear their pursuers talking. Deacon was barking orders.
Looking around at the abandoned warehouse, she saw ways to get out, but not for both of them, and she wasn’t leaving her twin behind. Certainly not for Deacon to find.”

Ex-FBI agent Elijah Turk and twins, Aubrey and Alice Raydon, along with Cousin Evan Raydon, have opened a thrift store in St. Louis in the new America. They want to help the needy and displaced while watching over the local churches. When gruesome killings take place within the body of the local underground church, local authorities are compromised. A vigilante group led by a secular church leader is suspected and the dangerous mission begins; protect the church while rooting out the group responsible. This exciting story of how God will use the faithful Christians in the end-times to bring people to Him, even through martyrdom.

“When he opened the fifth seal, I saw under the altar the souls of those who had been slain for the word of God and for the witness they had borne.” – Revelation 6:9


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CrossReads Short Takes: For Better or For Worse & Meet Me on the Porch 5/18/2022

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For Better or For Worse

(Yellowstone Series Book 2)

by Anne Perreault

For Better or For Worse

In book 1 of the series, Desire of the Heart, Cady McClintoch’s sheltered existence is thrown into glorious disarray when she meets Grant.

Now married to him, she moves to Montana to start a new life. Settling into the role as wife, Cady soon learns that life doesn’t always go as planned. Questioning Grant’s love for her, she struggles to overcome her own insecurities.

Grant McClintoch is a man of God with his share of demons to conquer. Overcoming the loss of his first wife and daughter, he works hard to reassure Cady that she is more than enough for him. Wanting her to spread her wings, yet being overly protective of her, is a real dilemma.

When unspeakable tragedy strikes, changing their lives forever, their commitment is tested to the brink of breaking. Only God can teach them to love more fully and completely.





Meet Me on the Porch

by Erin Stevenson

Meet Me on the Porch

Brynne Lockwood has come home to Brattleboro, Vermont after a humiliating job loss. She’s weary and broken, and still hasn’t truly forgiven herself for a former unhealthy relationship with long-lasting consequences. She doesn’t believe that she deserves anything good and can’t imagine that God could ever use her.

After recovering from a shattering loss, Pastor Adam Johnston is on his way to a new assignment. A mix-up takes him and his baby daughter to beautiful southern Vermont. If he stays, he’ll face opposition, but God has prepared his heart for ministry, and he’s committed to serving there.

Adam and Brynne connect quickly and unexpectedly, but circumstances demand that they be cautious.

Now, you are invited to join Adam and Brynne on the porch at her grandparents’ home—a special place where you’ll experience their joy as Adam and Brynne build a friendship rooted in Biblical principles, find healing for their wounds, and discover God’s plan for their lives.


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Living By The Spirit 5/17/2022

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by Robin McKinley

In the last few verses of Galatians 5, the Apostle Paul gave us some great tangible instructions. He emphasized what living by the Holy Spirit looks like. The chapter finishes with the following 2 verses.

Since we are living by the Spirit, let us follow the Spirit’s leading in every part of our lives. Let us not become conceited, or provoke one another, or be jealous of one another.  Galatians  5:25-26 

Leading up to those 2 verses Paul encouraged all believers to allow the Holy Spirit to guide their lives. He also stated the reason why.

So I say, let the Holy Spirit guide your lives. Then you won’t be doing what your sinful nature craves. The sinful nature wants to do evil, which is just the opposite of what the Spirit wants. And the Spirit gives us desires that are the opposite of what the sinful nature desires.  Galatians 5:16-17

He went on to list 15 sins, plus others like them. We involve ourselves in them when we follow the desires of our sinful nature. People living in sin often consider their actions acceptable and self-serving. But those sins also determine our eternal futures.

Let me tell you again, as I have before, that anyone living that sort of life will not inherit the Kingdom of God. Galatians 5:21

The next verse describes our quality of life when living by the Spirit. We call it the Fruit of the Spirit.

But the Holy Spirit produces this kind of fruit in our lives: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. There is no law against these things! Galatians5:22-23 

A Final Warning 

I find it interesting that after Paul kind of pats everyone on the back. Saying now that you are living by the Spirit, here is a final warning.

He mentioned 3 things we should be aware of. They are 3 things the enemy can throw our way that can undermine our Christian walk. The first is aimed at how we view ourselves.

Let us not become conceited. Jesus used an illustration of the vine in John 15. He said, He is the vine and we are the branches. Then He made a very important statement, He said without Him we are nothing.

Let us not provoke one another. When we provoke someone we do or say something to aggravate that person to anger. Something is purposely done to press their buttons. Provoking swings far from loving.

Let us not be jealous of one another. Jealousy happens because of envy. The jealous person views how God has blessed someone else selfishly and enviously. It is the direct opposite of how God wants His family to function.

Accept each other just as Christ has accepted you so that God will be given glory. Romans 15:7 

Living by the Spirit is the best way

So as we live by the Spirit don’t let the enemy undermine you with conceit, a provoking attitude, or jealousy. Let the Fruit of the Spirit grow in your life, it is led by love.

Lord, guard our hearts and minds. Because we want to follow the Spirit’s leading in every part of our lives.

About The Author 

Pastor RobinRobin, with his wife Cindy, became children’s evangelists early in their ministry. They ministered to children full time for 8 years. During that time they developed several children’s stories which were told with visuals and puppets.

Robin recently turned two of those stories into children’s books. One is called “The Contest,” a book about the Fruit of the Spirit, and the other is called “Twas the Night of Christmas”.  He has also authored 5 volumes of devotional books called, 3 Minutes Alone with God. Each entry is a product of his personal biblical Journaling.

These and his other writings are available on his website called Christian Perspectives at When you visit this site, you can sign-up for newly written devotions as they come out which will be emailed to you.

Presently Robin is the pastor of Calvary Christian Center in Pottstown, PA. He is an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God. He and his wife make their home in Birdsboro, Pa. He also serves as the president of the local ministerium. He and Cindy have two married sons and four grandchildren.

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CrossReads Weekly Devotional: Gems From Pastor Jim 5/16/2022

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by Jim Hughes

CrossMatt. 21:21-22 Then Jesus told them, “I assure you, if you have faith and don’t doubt, you can do things like this and much more. You can even say to this mountain, ‘May God lift you up and throw you into the sea,’ and it will happen. If you believe, you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer.”

The more faith we have, the greater our authority to move the mountains in our lives will be. There is nothing that can hinder us if we have the faith to move forward. Faith can be either our greatest friend or our worst foe.

Faith is our friend when it is a real presence in our lives, when it is actively working to draw us closer to God. It helps us to grow up and become more effective lights of grace in the world. It helps us to be able to handle whatever life throws at us with a calm confidence and unshakeable peace. It provides for us a purpose for living and dying.

Faith is our enemy when we don’t exercise it and give it opportunity to take root and grow in our lives. When we don’t nurture it, we live in misery. To believe in God without living in God saddles us with a life without peace, joy, and no real hope. We try to justify ourselves with our knowledge of God, but we can’t. We base our relationship with God on what we think we know, instead of with whom we know. We try to live without God influencing our lives and yet thinking it’s okay since we believe in God. One of the biggest problems that plagues a Christian today is the thinking that we are saved and alright with God since we mouthed some words at some point in our lives. Faith that is a saving faith is a faith that changes the way we think and live.

Faith can be your friend or your foe. It’s up to you. Make a commitment to nurture your faith so that it can grow in you and you will be able to command the mountains of your life to go away and they will.

About the Author:

Jim Hughes

Spending his formative years in Ft. Wayne, IN, Jim followed the love of his life to southeast Iowa where they married and have spent the majority of their lives. Jim has pastored several churches throughout his life and has worked many years in local factories to help support his family. The father of two married adult children and one son still at home, Jim is a first-time author.

C Through Marriage came into being through many years of pastoral and life experiences. The book first took on a life of its own over 20 years ago when I sought to address the much publicized moral failures of prominent leaders in the church. In the chapter on Chasity, I include the guideliness that I developed then to protect one’s self from such failures.

I am a firm believer in order to make sense out of life you have to use much common sense. We need to get back to the basics of what has worked for many, many generations. If is isn’t broke, why try to fix it? I strive to return to the basics of what really works in all my writings.

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Being Gentle with Yourself 5/13/2022

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by Staci Stallings

One of the biggest lessons of my life was when God started showing me how disastrously hard I was being on myself. Even when I started to come out of striving for perfection and I started to try to learn to do life differently, one of the hardest things to learn was to not beat myself up over not relying on God and His love. I know. That sounds bizarre, but it’s the truth.

I would get mad at myself for not remembering to let God do it, for trying to do it myself, for not putting all of it in His hands. It took me a while to see that God did not require me to beat myself up even over my perceived missteps. I had accepted His forgiveness and love of me, but it did no good if I did not forgive myself and love myself. Accepting that was a hard step because I wanted to do whatever I was doing “right,” and if it wasn’t right, my go-to emotion-thought was “I failed.”

Then, ever-so-gently, God began to show me that what I perceived as failure was not failure at all to Him. To Him, it was about me learning, not about me being perfect. A friend of mine told me about bending light. She said that if you have a candle in a jar, if you look at it through the glass of the jar, the flame seems to wobble and split. That’s because of the bending of the light through the glass that the flame appears not to be perfect. But if you look not through the glass but from above, the flame appears as it is meant to be—whole and perfect.

That’s the way God sees us—from above. He doesn’t look through the cracked, chipped, and broken glass of our lives the way the world does. He looks only at the whole He created, and He loves that whole and wants only for the whole to come to once again love itself.

And so I had to learn to be gentle with myself. I had to acknowledge that I wouldn’t get it right all the time, that sometimes I didn’t have all the pieces and that even in those moments of failure, I had done my best. I had to come to understand that my best sometimes wouldn’t attain what I wanted, but that was okay. It was a learning experience, and God uses each and every one of those for His glory.

When my brother, Raef, committed suicide, one of the hardest things was to remember to be gentle with myself, to remember as I found holes in what I could’ve said, should’ve said, could’ve done, should’ve done that I had done my best. If I had known one other thing to do, I would’ve done it. But I didn’t know what else to do, and so in this most difficult time, I had to forgive myself and be gentle with me.

I had to be gentle with me and not try to be the rock, to accept the help of others, to admit my limitations—like I needed sleep and food. I had to be gentle with myself when heartache came out as anger, and to the best of my ability to be gentle with those around me. My sister Shelly said at one point she got so angry, and then she said, “I realized, if this had been me, Raef would’ve been mad too.” She found gentleness with her honest feelings. That is one of the lessons I’m most grateful for, and the one I am most constantly learning and relearning.

Need some inspiration to guide your grief?

Staci’s book, “Whisper If You Have To”

touches on many of the lessons she learned in the deepest valleys of her grief.

Whisper If You Have To:
A Contemporary Christian Romance on Amazon



About the Author:

Staci StallingsA stay-at-home mom with a husband, three kids and a writing addiction on the side, Staci Stallings has numerous titles for readers to choose from. Not content to stay in one genre and write it to death, Staci’s stories run the gamut from young adult to adult, from motivational and inspirational to full-out Christian and back again. Every title is a new adventure! That’s what keeps Staci writing and you reading. Although she lives in Amarillo, Texas and her main career right now is her family, Staci touches the lives of people across the globe with her various Internet and writing endeavors.

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CrossReads Book Spotlight: Life Like Stars 5/12/2022

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Life Like Stars

by C. R. Kelchner

Life Like Stars

“My loyalty lies with God,” Nastia declares on a flight to Washington D.C.

Nastia Sibieski believes that romance is sacred. She turned down many attractive admirers in college because they weren’t the right, Christian man. But after she meets a handsome atheist named Anton, everything changes. Nastia finds herself questioning her core beliefs as she gets to know her new boyfriend.

When Nastia goes farther than she intended, her world turns upside down. Two angels inform her that unless she stops dating Anton and goes back to God, her sin will materialize on her body — but no other person will be able to see. Will Nastia abandon the newfound affection she has always wanted or take the opportunity?


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CrossReads Short Takes: Baby Blues & Wake The Town and Tell the People The Wrath of God Is Coming 5/11/2022

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Baby Blues

Second Edition (Second Chance Book 2)

by Ruthie Madison

Baby Blues

Julie and Eric’s heaven-blessed and happy marriage has been the kind that withstands all things, until faced with the grief and anguish of infertility. Amid their ordeal, they’re informed Eric’s half-brother Drew has escaped from prison and is bent on revenge. While Eric must find a way to protect the person he loves most from the convicted rapist, Julie must trust God knows her desire for a miracle. With God all things are possible. Together they will learn that heavenward pleas do not fall on deaf ears and together even Satan has no power where their faith is strongBook #1 The Past Hunter Two Men: Her Past and Present (Second Edition)Book#2 Baby Blues (Second Edition)Book #3 A Man For Beth (A standalone)





Wake The Town and Tell the People

The Wrath of God Is Coming

by Henry Miranda

Wake The Town

You’re holding in your hand a life-changing book.
The book “Wake the Town and Tell the People the
Wrath of God is coming,” by Henry Perez Miranda, is an immense exposition of the mind of God concerning his second coming. It is so comprehensive that it covers all of the most pertinent issues in Christianity.
Starting off with the person of Devil (Lucifer), the writer makes significant expositions on how pride cost Satan his position as one of the most revered angels in heaven. There’s also a further exclusive explanation of the wrath of God and how we as Christians can avoid the wrath of God that’ll soon be upon the earth.
You’ll be amazed by the in-depth explanation of the power of FREE WILL, where the author explains the true reason why God gave us free will and the consequences of abusing that free will. The author also didn’t fail to significantly highlight the importance of salvation and sanctification and how they are keys to escaping the wrath of God.
The importance of a deep understanding of spiritual warfare and discernment is also extensively discussed,
emphasizing ways they can help us in our Christian journey, coupled with the reality of Heaven and Hell.
With practical and personal instances, coupled with sufficient scriptural references and the insight and experiences of a true evangelist, you will inevitably see and experience God’s message for the church concerning the end time. With practical ways of navigating these trying days as we await the second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, this book is a must-read for every Christian that wants to know the real mind of God concerning the end time and his glorious coming. SHALOM!


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Book Spotlight: A Chance for Genevieve: Last Chance Brides Book #11 5/10/2022

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by Parker J. Cole

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A Chance for Genevieve

Last Chance Brides Book #11

by Parker J. Cole

A Chance for Genevieve

A nun on the run. An engineer with a dream. When secrets are revealed, will friendship develop into a forbidden love?

Genevieve Bailey is hiding in Last Chance. She sees the drought-ridden town as an opportunity to live her truth or hide away from the world and keep her secrets safe. Meeting a handsome engineer stirs up forbidden longing and the more she gets to know him, the more their association threatens to unravel the threads binding her broken heart and expose the secret that could destroy her faith.

Ambrose Young’s dreams are within his grasp. After helping a small town restore its water supply, he can now work on building his own cattle empire. What he doesn’t expect is a virtuous woman that makes him question his own calling. What starts out as friendship blooms into forbidden feelings more, but can he forget the beautiful woman’s supreme vow?


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CrossReads Weekly Devotional: We Have One Enemy, the Devil Himself 5/9/2022

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by Rebekah Beene

The other night I had one of those dreams. There was a lump on the deck of a house I was living in. I had a small white dog that went out on the deck with me and barked at it. I wasn’t sure what it was at first but I wanted to know if it was alive. So I dared to get up close to see. I had a stick but I wasn’t going to poke it with stick for fear it would get up and run after me. But I got close enough to see that it was still alive and what it was. It was a small red pig.

Since I have met an awesome woman of God who wrote a dream book, I looked pig up in that dictionary. And this is the gist of what it said: carriers of demons, ignorance, vicious, vengeful, disloyal.

Oh beloved, what I heard the Lord speak to my heart I believe will help the whole body of Christ. We have one enemy – the devil himself. He is real and he is active in the earth.  We are learning to be experienced believers who know how to slay demons and war in the Spirit. But that old devil, the red pig, is not dead yet. And as good as we are at warfare, we must stay on the offense of the demonic ways of the enemy.  He is vicious and he hopes we stay ignorant.  He is disloyal, because wherever he leads us, once we’ve fallen for his tactics, he walks off.  Although he is defeated by Jesus, and his ultimate demise is in the Word of God – he won’t give up without a fight.

But the Good News! We who are born again are sealed by Holy Spirit. And as we allow Holy Spirit to fill us continually, we have the Power of God to overcome all the wiles of the enemy. There’s no need to let the enemy win, because we are using weapons that are mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds.  We can say no to demonic work and yes to God. We can lay aside our useless fleshly weapons and stand in the Power of His Might!  God wants you to know that poking the pig with a stick won’t help you. But walking in faith will! This is time for a strong faith that isn’t ignorant of either satan’s tactics or God’s Word.  You beloved, are an overcomer, and as you ask God to fill you with His Spirit, you will overcome more and more. And realize that those whom God has called will have more warfare than imaginable, because your high calling is precious to God and venomous to the enemy.

God loves you and He’s for you. It’s time to rise up against passive apathy. Reach for the Lord, pick up your praise, denounce works of darkness and be who God called you to be in the Light of His Word of Truth!

2 Corinthians 10:4 For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal but mighty in God for pulling down strongholds

Ephesians 6:11 Put on the full armor of God, so that you can make your stand against the devil’s schemes.

1 Peter 5:8-9 Be alert and of sober mind. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour. Resist him, standing firm in the faith, because you know that the family of believers throughout the world is undergoing the same kind of sufferings.

James 4:7 Submit yourselves, then, to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.

About the Author:

Rebekah Beene


In a Christian Women’s meeting in 1983, Rebekah was given a prophetic message that she would write books. Several years ago she began writing stories about special holiday memories and travels, sharing God’s love and care through each story. God has gifted Rebekah with the ability to look at the natural and see the supernatural. Both Rebekah and her husband Danny have a heart to share the Gospel and the riches of life in Christ to everyone they meet. They have served in the local church and in ministry to motorcyclists. Danny is an ordained minister and they both have been Bible study teachers for many years. Rebekah also speaks at women’s retreats and conferences. Her tag line says it all “God loves you and He’s for you”.

My website is

My first book in print is Oh Beloved! Live in the Light of His Word.
Link to buying the book via paypal is on the website.
As well a link to purchasing the ebook on Amazon is there too.
I’m also on twitter @rebekahbeene, tumblr
and of course facebook as Rebekah Beene (Warren) I included my maiden name for old friends.
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The Top Page 5/6/2022

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by Staci Stallings

I wrote this article a few years ago when we were just beginning to see the light at the end of the long, dark tunnel of my son’s dyslexia.  To this day, it brings me to tears to think of these precious moments with him as his world began to open up and finally make sense….

My son is amazing.  He really is.  Even through all of the dyslexia stuff, he has had a way of being able to express what was going on with him.  Like that first night I knew it was dyslexia…

As I lay there, putting him to sleep, I asked, “So reading is kind of hard, huh?”

He said, “Yeah.”

I said, “So can the other kids read better than you?”

“Yeah, they brag a lot.”


“They say, ‘I can read this. I can read that.’”

“And you can’t?”


Long pause.

“So when you read, do you guess a lot?” I asked.

He looked at me with a very puzzled expression.  “Mom, that’s all reading is is a lot of guessing.”


He’s just like that.  He grasps things on a deeper level, and he can explain his experience so I can understand too.  Like yesterday… Now that we have the underlying causes of the dyslexia handled (his vision problems), we are working diligently to catch up with where he should be in terms of grade level work.

One of the things that almost immediately snapped to attention was his ability to spell.  He has gone from struggling and struggling to being able to do 90% of the spelling list on Monday–even if he’s never studied some of the words for spelling. (Yes, it is a miracle!)

Well, we were studying the four hard words for the week:  since (confused with sense), been (that extra e was throwing him), through (those last four letters must be memorized for how they look not how they sound), and Christmas (silent h, and swallowed t).  I have come to understand that we spell certain words by how they sound and others almost wholly by how they look. If it’s a sound word, he can do it.  If it’s a look word, it’s going to take some work.

So we started with since and through.  I’d had him write them four times each the night before.  So we were going to see how well he remembered them.

I said, “Since,” and he started to write it incorrectly.  Then he stopped.

“Wait,” he said and stared off into space as if trying to read something really far away.

“What are you doing?” I asked to see if he could articulate how he was locating how that word looked in his brain.

To which he said, “Just a second.  I’m sorting through all the papers because it’s not on the top page.”

I kind of laughed.  “The top page?”

“Yeah, you know, on the top page in my brain.  Oh. There it is.  S. I. N. C. E.”

Then we did through.  Same thing.  He had to “search through the papers in his brain” to find it.  When he located it, he knew how to spell it.

As I drove him to school this morning, we were etching Christmas down on his brain.  We did since, which he spelled automatically, and through which he also spelled automatically.

I said, “So why can you spell those now?”

He smiled, “Because now they’re on the top page. I don’t have to go looking for them.”

I told him that my top page is really long, but under that I have file cabinets in my brain that I can go hunt for stuff that’s not on the top page.  He smiled.  “You must have a lot of stuff in there!”

Then I asked him if he could tell me what had been on his top page before he’d done vision therapy.  He thought for a long time, and then got that same puzzle expression.  “Mom, the top page was just blank before.”

Well, no wonder we were having so much trouble!

I think we will get to the point that he has vaults of cabinets with pages stuffed in his brain.  The cool thing is, even in third grade he is learning to access those pages so he can use them.  How wonderful is that?

Yes, dyslexia has been a challenge in our family, but it has also taught me so much about how others’ experience shapes what they can and can’t do and how simply asking questions to understand their experience can make what you didn’t understand before understandable.

I’m so proud of my son for the hard work he’s put in against seemingly insurmountable obstacles. With a determined mom, a hard working child, the key of vision therapy, and teachers who really care, those obstacles are one-by-one becoming mere learning experiences that have helped us help others than things that stop us completely.

In short, they have become blessings rather than stumbling blocks!  How cool is that?

Staci Stallings, the author of this article, is a #1 Best Selling Contemporary Christian author and the founder of Grace & Faith Author Connection and co-founder of CrossReads.

You can check out the best selling novel that sprang from her family’s fight with dyslexia for FREE July 19 – 23, 2015…


Free July 19 – 23, 2015!

 “Definitely Recommended!  I’ve read a lot of books, but this is the first one I’ve reviewed. I felt like this book was too good not to review. I love that “More Than This” is about normal people with normal struggles. Neither one of the main characters is a millionaire or a crime fighter. There are no explosions or natural disasters.

The characters are genuine instead of over-dramatic. I haven’t struggled with either of the root problems in this story, but I can identify with shame, inadequacy, fear, etc. I also really enjoyed that the characters fall in love in a more traditional way. They don’t have a love at first sight romance. They both do dumb things in their relationship because they’re insecure and scared. When I was reading, I felt like the story started out pretty slowly, and then started pulling me in. I was intrigued, because the beginning is well written, even though it’s slow. It made me wonder what was going to happen. Overall, “More Than This” is an inspirational, believable, romantic novel.”

-mcate963, Amazon Reviewer

Can Liz and Jake find love and hope, or will their pasts keep them from embracing a new future? 

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About the Author

Staci StallingsA stay-at-home mom with a husband, three kids and a writing addiction on the side, Staci Stallings has numerous titles for readers to choose from. Not content to stay in one genre and write it to death, Staci’s stories run the gamut from young adult to adult, from motivational and inspirational to full-out Christian and back again. Every title is a new adventure! That’s what keeps Staci writing and you reading. Although she lives in Amarillo, Texas and her main career right now is her family, Staci touches the lives of people across the globe with her various Internet and writing endeavors.

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