To Stand in the Breach

1920s-1930s, Christian Fiction, Historical Fiction, Novellas, Personal Thoughts, Romance, Romantic Suspense, To Stand in the Breach, Writing Spot, Writing Update, Written by Danielle

Happy Release Day!

It’s here!! To Stand in the Breach is now available!⁠

This is the prequel novella for my historical romantic suspense novel, A Strike to the Heart, which releases in April from Iron Stream Media. I’m so excited for you to meet Katy and Joey, and get a peak at Joey’s family, including his twin sister, Lily (also Katy’s best friend) who stars in A Strike to the Heart.⁠

Fun fact about To Stand in the Breach, I actually wrote A Strike to the Heart first and was so intrigued by Lily’s best friend that I asked my publisher if I could explore Katy’s story. They agreed and To Stand in the Breach was born.⁠

If you didn’t get a chance to pre-order To Stand in the Breach, never fear! The price will remain at $.99 through this week. In fact, you can pre-order the Kindle book of A Strike to the Heart for the same price (through 10/16). And, mark your calendars for September 2022 to return to Eagle, Wisconsin for the Christmas novella, As Silent as the Night.

Before you go, don’t miss the Release Day Giveaway! Enter for a chance to win a free copy of To Stand in the Breach, a bookmark from Twin Reads Blog, and some bookish swag. Ends 10/17/21, see Policy Page for deatils. Scroll down for the link!

About To Stand in the Breach:⁠

She came to America to escape a workhouse prison, but will the cost of freedom be too high a price to pay?⁠

1933, Wisconsin—Large animal veterinarian Katy Wells takes her patients’ welfare personally, so it’s no surprise when she stands up to angry farmers planning a milk strike or takes in an injured draft horse to save its life. But after a visitor from the past discovers her location and reveals a threat, she must choose between her work and her freedom, and whether to trust a man to keep her safe.⁠

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