The latest from S.B. Roth
TWO new Romances in the Waterstown Romance Series
An Unexpected Romance
Rylee Abrams had landed the coveted position of school nurse at the Waterstown Middle School. Now she could drop her five-year-old son off at the primary and drive two short blocks to work. She loved it.
David Hunt was the new vet at the Lakeside Quarter Horse Ranch north of Waterstown. Widowed several years ago, he was raising his two daughters Marcie and Susie and wanted them settled into school as soon as it began.
The first day of school Rylee and David meet. Chance brings them together again, but chance might also tear their friendship apart.
Times have been rough for both. Quietly they enter each other’s lives, looking for friendship, companionship for their children, redemption, and growing closer to Jesus. They offer each other a part of themselves that seems to be missing.
Romance can’t be forced. Plans are sometimes changed. Will Rylee and David follow the course that has been set before them? Decisions about love need to be given to God.
A Chance Romance
Do you believe in CHANCE?
Vacation time and you’re a thousand miles from home, and you see someone who lives in your small town. Chance?
You encounter an individual from high school five years later that you had a crush on. Chance?
Waterstown, Texas Population-3998
Mea has been working at the local coffee shop since high school. She traveled a bit and even went to college after her grandparents died, but she always came back home. Just wanting to be happy and productive.
Mike graduated from college and started his own business in Dallas. Selling his business, he came back to help his mother and to find something. What? He wasn’t sure.
Good people, productive individuals, missing something in their lives.
A story of coffee, friendship, and desires. Two individuals following a journey of faith grown from seeking Jesus and what He wants for their two lives.
Does this journey involve romance? There is always a chance.
“Chance – the occurrence and development of events in the absence of any obvious design.”
Oh, there is a design . . . God’s design at work in all ‘chance’ encounters.