Waters Fall

~ Waters Fall: A Novel ~

Jake doesn’t remember what it means to be a champion.

Nora doesn’t know how much longer she can tread water before she goes under.

Their fairy tale marriage is hurtling toward a tragic end.

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Then Tristan sweeps in… He’s all feelings and fire and freedom—and Nora is carried out to where the waters flow fast and deep. Nora knows she’s risking far more than just her heart….

When it all comes crashing down, Jake and Nora are left standing amidst the ruins of everything they’ve built together. Will they walk away, or stay and fight for their happily-ever-after?

Waters Fall is a poignant story of a marriage on the rocks. It’s the anatomy of an affair, the price of forgiveness, and the terrible beauty of grace.

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Available at these retail sites:

Amazon

Now in Audiobook, too!

Waters Fall Audiobook

Amazon ~ Audible ~ Apple

 

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Links to Waters Fall tidbits:

Sneak Peek: Waters Fall: The Prologue

Praying Scripture Over Our Marriage in May


Questions? Feel free to contact me – I love hearing from you!

Becky


2 thoughts on “Waters Fall

  • November 21, 2016 at 7:47 am
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    I really loved this book. Not because of the subject, but because of the way it was handled. I loved the total selfishness of the man chosen for the affair and the way Nora had to face the fact that she did the choosing. I liked the way her Jake just didn’t get it, and sort of figured his not drinking was his present to his wife and he was done. I also loved the way you brought the Message Bible into the mix as sometimes that is just the shock our systems need to ‘hear’ what God is saying to us. We get so accustomed to religious-ness we tend to forget God really sent His son for us so we can be reconciled to Him. Thanks for doing a painful subject well. I think you also pointed out that love is a decision. That’s a lot for one book.

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    • November 21, 2016 at 12:45 pm
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      Mary,

      Thank you for this thoughtful comment on Waters Fall. The book was admittedly not an easy one to write – it certainly isn’t your typical “feel-good” novel. But it was a story I felt needed to be written anyway. So when I hear from people like you that the Jake and Nora’s story spoke to you on some level, well, you bless my soul.

      Thank you,
      Becky

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