I think we need a DARK chocolate dessert for today. Something with a nice tangy surprise inside ;-) Because our guest in the "Kissing Queen" Julie Lessman. Her Daughters of Boston series took readers through a roller coast of passions and romances, but always keeping the undercurrent of the greatest passion in focus: Christ.
Pretty appropriate for Christmas :-)
So - Jules, out of all of your beautiful stories, who is one of your most memorable?
I love Charity O’Connor, the heroine from A Passion Redeemed, because she is the vixen in book 1 whom God so wonderfully redeems in book 2. I actually had one reader say she loved A Passion Most Pure, but could I please do her a favor and slap Charity for her! Another reader said she had this overwhelming desire to see Charity “maimed or killed.” But personally, I have always loved Charity (just like I loved Scarlett O’Hara in Gone With the Wind), maybe because she is so wonderfully flawed and needy of love, not unlike I used to be before Christ. I can tell you one thing—it was SO much fun redeeming her because she is such a hoot in the later books, actually making me laugh in almost every scene she is in.
Totally agree! Charity O'Connor is definitely memorable. People usually have a strong reaction to her either for the good or the bad. I love watching her development through the latter books too. My personal favorite of your novels is your Christmas one - A Light in the Window. Thanks for sharing the link to the beautiful book trailer -
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