What would you do if you were pregnant, unmarried, and running from a possible killer while trying to make your way back to God?
Calley Regan in Catch Your Breath faces such a challenge, and just because she has family doesn’t mean she has a lot of support.
Author Kathryn J. Bain’s newest release is the sequel to her first book, Breathless, which Bain said was inspired by the Toby Keith song “God Love Her.” (See the trailer for both books.)
“I liked the idea of the Bible on the motorcycle so much it became a whole book,” she said.
And that’s all it took to spark the imagination of this veteran paralegal-turned novelist. However, much more lies beneath Bain’s well-chosen words in Catch Your Breath.
“Two inspirational messages come out of my latest book,” Bain said. “One is that we need to move forward after something tragic happens, and God can make that [move] happen. Also, no matter where you are in your life, God still loves you.”
Bain said she hopes the story will help readers realize that it doesn’t matter what they did ten years ago, five years ago, or even five minutes ago. God loves us and will always be there with us.
In Catch Your Breath, the Christians around Calley react judgmentally. Even her devout mother treats her poorly. Yet the brooding and inflexible Sheriff Riley Owens doesn’t see things quite the same way.
Bain weaves intrigue, danger, and romance into this page-turner that will keep you holding your breath.
But isn’t that why we read?
Leave plenty of room for gasping.
Buy the book.
Kathryn J. Bain’s first release Breathless came out January 2012, followed by her novella Game of Hearts last March. She is the former President of Florida Sisters in Crime and is currently the Public Relations Director and Membership Director for Ancient City Romance Authors. To survive and pay bills, she has been a paralegal for over twenty years and works for an attorney who specializes in elder law. Bain grew up in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, but migrated in 1983 to sunny Jacksonville, Florida. She has two daughters and a dog named Gretchen.
Visit Kathryn J. Bain’s website at www.kathrynjbain.com