Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Will money ruin everything?

I am so very pleased to have author Toni Shiloh as my guest today. Toni will be sharing her new book release Buying Love, and will be sharing some thoughts about it with us. So pour yourself a nice, hot cup of coffee, or tea . . . or whatever . . . and join us.

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Back cover Blurb –
Will money ruin everything?

Nina Warrenton is ready for the next step in her life plan—marriage, but no one has proposed. Taking matters into her hand, she places an ad in the newspaper hoping to entice a willing stranger. But when she begins to fall for the small-town chef, she realizes how much she wants him to love her and not her money.

Dwight Williams needs fast cash to save the family restaurant. When he sees Nina’s monetary offer for a husband, he goes for it. He’s determined to save the legacy his dad left him, but can he let it go to prove his love for her?

Can Nina and Dwight find true love, once money has entered the equation?
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A Note from Toni:

Thank you so much for having me, Peg! I wanted to talk about my latest release, Buying Love. One of the subject matters the book deals with is adoption. However, I wanted to examine it in a different light.

Nina Warrenton is now in her thirties. Raised an orphan, she was never adopted. Thus, her world is shaped and isolation is now her comfort. It’s hard to go through life in isolation. God didn’t build us for that. Nina knows this on an intellectual level, but she’s not sure how to handle it.
Instead of turning over her wants and desires to God, she takes matters into her own hand. She places an ad in the paper for a husband, complete with a monetary offer to help suede the would be suitor. Enter Dwight Williams. He’s more than Nina bargains for. As she interacts with him and his family, she slowly sees that she’s not completely alone. God has blessed her with a heavenly family: the body of Christ.

I wrote this book hoping that those who read it would be touched by the thought of belonging to God and the brothers and sisters in Christ. It opens a whole new world to us when we realize we’re not alone. We don’t have to walk our journeys alone.

I hope Nina and Dwight’s story touches your heart and draws you closer to our Heavenly Father. If you know someone who may be feeling isolated, reach out to them. Don’t let a moment go by without them realizing that someone cares and that family is what you create.

Blessings to you and happy reading!

Toni Shiloh is a wife, mom, and Christian fiction writer. Once she understood the powerful saving grace thanks to the love of Christ, she was moved to honor her Savior. She writes to bring Him glory and to learn more about His goodness.
She spends her days hanging out with her husband and their two boys. She is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and the local Virginia Chapter.

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Thank you so much for sharing yourself and your book here today, Toni. Please think of Whispers in Purple when your next book releases!

May God bless you richly and abundantly.

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