By Deena Adams
I’m thrilled to welcome Christina Sinisi back to the blog. You first met her here in December 2020 when I featured her Christmas novella, Christmas on Ocracoke. If you missed that interview, you can find it here.
I hope you’ll enjoy getting to actually see Christina and hear from her lips about her newest release, Sweet Summer. She’s graciously offered a digital copy to one of you who comments on this post by August 3. It’s the perfect summer read!
Thanks so much, Christina! It was so much fun getting to chat with you in person. And congratulations again on your new release!
Join the conversation. What did you enjoy most about Christina’s interview? Do you tend to read more or less in the summer? Does a book with the theme of forgiveness and trust appeal to you?
Be sue to comment by August 3 for a chance to win a digital copy of Christina’s newest release!
Sweet Summer by Christina Sinisi
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Shelby Marano is the youngest of three sisters and was always Daddy’s baby girl—until her father was murdered when she was only eight years old. Ever since, she’s been running from anyone or anything that could truly hurt her. Instead, she seeks calculated thrills that leave her exhilarated, but when she’s caught outside during a summer storm, she quickly realizes not all adventures are within her control.
Tyler Burgess struggles with the responsibility of caring for a mother suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. Forced to take a leave of absence from work and put his life on hold, his only reprieve is the volunteer work he does at the local museum. When a soaking-wet Shelby barges in, he offers her both refuge from the rain and a safe place to land. She’s the breath of fresh air he didn’t know he needed.
Tyler proves to be much more than just a nerd in a history museum, but what she finds out about him is a dealbreaker for her. As family health issues and an unknown stalker threaten Shelby’s perfect little world, she learns a hard lesson: no one can hide from the dangers of life. Can Shelby let her sisters, Tyler, and even more importantly, God, show her in one Sweet Summer that love is worth taking the risk?
A member of the American Christian Fiction Writers, Christina Sinisi writes stories about families, both the broken and blessed. Her works include a semi-finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Contest and the American Title IV Contest in which she appeared in the top ten in the Romantic Times magazine. Her published books include The Christmas Confusion and Sweet Summer, the first two books in the Summer Creek Series, as well as Christmas On Ocracoke. By day, she is a psychology professor and lives in the Lowcountry of South Carolina with her husband and two children and cat Chessie Mae.
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If you missed last week’s interview with Karin Beery, find it here.