June Foster

Where God has the answers. That seemed to be the theme of my stories as I began the writing journey. But what were the questions?

In January 2010, I embarked on an exciting adventure of writing fictional novels which feature characters, mostly Christian, who struggle with the common issues we all face in our daily lives. Anger, obesity, shop-a-holism, to name a few. Yes, each have questions but best of all they find answers which reflect Truth—

 

 

 

 

 

I’m excited to announce the release of my Christmas novella:

A Kiss Under the Mistletoe

The men in Noel Kendrick’s life have always lied to her. When she accepts her pastor’s plea to head the Christmas nativity scene project, she doesn’t realize the job requires her to work with Carson Shumate, the handsome youth pastor with midnight blue eyes. Despite her efforts to keep her emotional distance, she falls hard after a kiss under the mistletoe.

But Carson has a secret of his own. If he reveals the truth about his identical twin to his church, he fears they will fire him, and he could lose Noel.

A Kiss Under the Mistletoe is the sequel to An Unexpected Family.

 

Available now on Amazon!

http://amzn.to/3gvOYOq

 

 

 

I hope you enjoy this video about my book, Ryan’s Father

Ryan’s Father by June Foster

 

 

Available on Amazon. Buy Your Copy HERE

 

 

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