Coming Home: A Returned Missionary Anthology by Renae Weight Mackley, Janice Sperry, Rebecca H. Jamison, Melissa J. Cunningham

June 7, 2021 | 0 Comments
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Coming Home: A Returned Missionary Anthology by Renae Weight Mackley, Janice Sperry, Rebecca H. Jamison, Melissa J. CunninghamComing Home: A Returned Missionary Anthology by
Author: Rebecca H. Jamison, Melissa J. Cunningham, Renae Weight Mackley, Janice Sperry
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romance Anthology
Format: eBook
Pages: 235
Date: June 7, 2021
Publisher: Parables

Four contemporary romance novellas about finding love and eternal companionship. Will they choose to serve as a missionary or come home to find expectations shaken up? Set in Brigham City, Utah and BYU-Idaho, these faith-filled, sequential novellas feature overlapping characters with stories of their own.

No Guessing Required by Renae Weight Mackley
Tyler returns from his mission knowing his feelings for Raychel have blossomed into love. He can’t keep his feelings from her as they resume their relationship, but she resists reciprocating, in spite of the wonderful dates he plans. Raychel is submitting her own missionary papers, and Patrick, Tyler’s best friend, might also be a good catch after she returns home.

Storm Tossed by Melissa J. Cunningham
Raychel’s cousin, Daila, invites newly returned missionary, John, to a YSA activity. John’s girlfriend and Tyler’s younger sister, Karilynn, had asked best friend Daila to keep John “safe” from other girls until she gets home from her mission. But John and Daila soon become attracted to one another as John sees Daila as a better match for him and Daila can’t resist her first real taste of a man’s favorable attention.

Dumped by Janice Sperry
After being dumped, Karilynn returns from her mission two days after her former boyfriend marries her former best friend. A series of innocent and hilarious events has people believing that she and her brother’s friend, Patrick, are dating. Patrick is too intent on his GPA for a social life, but worries his roommate, Nick, might have an interest in Karilynn. When Nick and Karilynn accidently end up going to a dance together, is it enough to wake Patrick up to his feelings for Karilynn?

The Dance by Rebecca H. Jamison
Mari and Nick head an FHE group for their BYU–I ward, where Nick secretly takes an interest in her. He encourages her boyfriend, Carter, to go on a mission. Carter doesn’t want competition, so he buys Mari a huge promise ring. Carter’s new job to earn money for his mission is with Nick and Patrick at a dance studio, leaving even less time with Mari. When Carter is matched with Gabriella, the instructor’s daughter, for an upcoming dance competition, and Mari is matched with Nick, will sparks fly?

Rating: Moderate+. Mild kissing; fade-out intimacy with details or significant sexual discussion.


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About Melissa J. Cunningham

Melissa J. Cunningham

Melissa Cunningham (M.E. Cunningham) was raised on a steady diet of fine literature, and then plenty of romances in her teen years. She lives with her husband and children on a little farm in northern Utah surrounded by miles of pasture and stunning sunsets. When Melissa is not writing she is outdoors with her family or dancing wildly to rock music in her living room. She loves running, camping, and all things fiction—scary, mind-numbing stories preferred.

About Renae Weight Mackley

Renae Weight Mackley

Renae Weight Mackley is a mother to six, grandmother to more. Moving to the east coast has given her the opportunity to explore some amazing American Civil War sites and discover new story ideas. She puts a touch of faith into her novels, because hey—we can all use a little inspiration. She’s a bicycle rider; a former substitute teacher; creator of music, fiber arts, good food, and the written word.

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