Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Three books of The Naomi Chronicles released by...

Wow! I'm so excited! With the help of my wonderful proofreader, Julia Gibbs, Karen Silmick Arnpriester, who designs my book covers, and Marti Dobkins, who formats my books for e-readers and other devices, “Beginning Anew: The Naomi Chronicles” has been updated for what will now be the six book saga I originally envisioned! Since the Casa de Naomi Books are going to become part of The Naomi Chronicles Saga, there's still a lot to do. Knowing  that I’m a third of the way there, and having this wonderful team of caring women to work with plus being aware that my readers will be blessed has made all of this drama an amazing blessing! I hope to have the first three books of The Naomi Chronicles released in time for holiday gifting and would appreciate you keeping me and this work in prayer. Thank you and God bless!

Naomi will be sent back! She left her family and all she held dear, traveled half way around the word while accompanying a blind, old grandmother because they promised to help her enter America and find her uncle. Instead they handed her over to immigration. What she does now, she does because there is no other choice!

This is Naomi’s journey from adolescence to womanhood, from frightened isolation and captivity to the noble status of heiress. Trapped in a life where all who know her think her a saint, saddled with a mission and responsibility many would shirk from placed upon her shoulders, Naomi agrees to marry because that seems to be the easiest way to sidestep more issues.

As timely as the immigration debate of today, Author William Struse's  endorsement  says, "Duty, sacrifice and faith are carried in the arms of love by a courageous young woman, who rises above her own flaws to help others.

 Naomi cannot imagine a future. She cannot fathom restoration. She sees no hope of reconciliation with her beloved Chaz, yet finds herself embraced by people who deeply care. Will Naomi choose to become, or will she forever be trapped in and by her past? And what about Chaz; can he ever forgive her or himself?

“Author, Paula Rose Michelson, takes us on a rare spiritual journey replete with mixed emotions, honest interaction, and emotionally charged issues. This book is filled with truth, light and godly wisdom. Naomi feels the agony of rejection and the pain of being misunderstood. Suffering a loss of identity, subsequent worthlessness, shamed and hopeless, she ends up with a group of people who know and relate to her inner turmoil. They extend acceptance, gentleness, kindness and space so she can find what and whom they have found. I loved this story, for it is full of surprises, warmth, heart and soul. It is a love story, which beautifully reflects the author's sensitivity and love for Scripture, as well as her love for our Redeemer, our B'shert.” — Facilitator, Shuvah Yisrael Woman’s Writers Group, Dena Marie Oden 

Naomi and Chaz know that miracles really do happen, for at a friend’s wedding they reaffirmed their love and are Beginning Anew! Yet there are consequences that the couple must face. Will Chaz love and protect his wife? Will Naomi learn to trust Chaz?

“This is a story about redeeming love and the importance of letting God lead and carry you in times of turmoil. Beginning Anew is the renewed commitment to a love story of the ages. Chaz and Naomi’s story will captivate you and leave you feeling so inspired that you like me will be waiting expectantly for the next book so you can continue reading this labor of love that leaves you speechless, breathless and profoundly altered in your beliefs about love.” — Author  of spicy Christian romance novels, Katie Mettner

William Struse, author of the 13th Enumeration said of this sweet Christian romance with a Messianic twist, ‘A heroine learning to love the man she needs and a hero in love with a woman whose duty is tearing her apart. Together they find the strength to face their fears with love built upon an unshakable faith. Author Paula Rose Michelson captures the complexities of human emotion like few authors I've read. Passion, duty, fear, revenge, courage, prejudice and love are woven into this truly gripping story which so well illustrates that which makes us human."

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