Archive for December 17th, 2011
When a wayward husband comes back into the lives of his wife and sons after years of separation, will they believe he has changed … and can they forgive him? As a medical crisis forces the family members to face their fears, hurts and true desires, and the conflict develops toward a surprise resolution, the reader will feel the ebb and flow of subtle emotional tensions. Here’s a relationship story with a twist – told from the man’s point of view.
“Candy Adermatt’s style of writing is captivating.” ~ Charlene West, The Quiet Hour
“A wonderful story of redemption, forgiveness, and reconciliation… Beautifully addresses issues such as suffering, meaning, spiritual commitment, and the truth that people can change. Adermatt’s ability to develop characters and express the complexity of their relationships is evident.” ~ Dr. Holli Eaton
“The style of writing that keeps me interested and wanting more — flowing and not excessively wordy. Not only is the story in itself riveting, but through it Candi also conveys the values of hope, forgiveness, and family relationships. I plan to give everyone I know a copy of this book!” ~ Stephanie Miyake
Candi is a member of Romance Writers of America. She has a B.A. degree in Business and works at Azusa Pacific University. She writes novels about contemporary issues from a Christian perspective that are the type of stories she wishes had been available to her as a young woman. Candi and her husband enjoy their four grown sons and their families and make their home in Southern California.
Love Rekindled is Available through most book outlets. And you are interested in buying, you can do so for your as there’s an option for your Amazon Kindle and you can also purchase a paperback copy directly from the publisher.
When Sherman, a carefree lamb in the Good Shepherd’s flock, grows into a young ram, he longs for adventure and acceptance by his peers. So, against his father’s warnings, he climbs “Pleasure Mountain.” There he encounters strange new enticements and dangers which at first seem exciting, but finally prove more than a young ram can handle on his own. Sherman finally admits his father was right when he called it “Sin Mountain,” but how will he escape and get back to the fold? And what great adventure has the Shepherd prepared for him?
Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Dean earned a degree in philosophy from U.C. Santa Cruz. After several unsatisfying years on Sin Mountain, the Good Shepherd rescued him, and eventually Dean became a pastor and Bible teacher in Santa Rosa, California, where he currently resides.
Dean has often worked with children and youth, and enjoys story telling. He is currently director of Come Let Us Reason, a Bible teaching ministry specializing in the study of apologetics and the biblical worldview.
Dean and his wife, Linda, are the parents of two sons and three daughters, all of whom have flown the family nest. In addition to The Dangerous Journey of Sherman the Sheep, Dean has authored nonfiction books including In Search of the Beginning and The Test: A Seeker’s Journey to the Meaning of Life (Pleasant Word).
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Watch Dean Davis reading a short, 4-minute section of The Dangerous Journey of Sherman the Sheep: