One summer, one night, one mistake, and everything changes for Eve and Juliette Nicholas.
For the Nicholas twins, life is just beginning, until one summer of misguided love forces the twins to doubt everything they’ve ever believed. Eve and Juliette are the daughters of a preacher, raised to hold love in high esteem, although they may disagree on how to share it. As high school graduation looms, they must question the cost of love, and what it may mean for their futures.
The summer of 1968 is one of change for both the Nicholas twins and the nation. With Martin Luther King, Jr.’s speech fresh in everyone’s minds, racial tensions are high and threaten to shake the very foundation that once held the twins together. Through it all, will the bond that Eve and Juliette share be broken? Can love truly endure all things? Or will their mistakes always haunt them?
Set during a time of racial instability, When Waves Break sheds light on the equality and redemption we all have in Christ.
Allison Wells is a Southern wife, mother, and writer. She became a Christian at the age of sixteen. She’s a graduate of Clemson University and she still lives close enough to hear football games on Saturdays. She love to read, hates the snow, prefers the mountains to the beach, loves the color turquoise and she will belt out any 80s song from the top of her lungs. Allison’s motto is “Life is short, eat the Oreos.” She thanks the Lord for her husband and four children daily.
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