There Abideth Hope
IN THE PROCESS OF BEING RE-WRITTEN: A murder has been committed and a young lady, in college, working toward her career as a nurse, appears to be the only witness. Lynne Temple's life takes a turn when she joins the U.S. Navy Nursing Corp, bringing her into the war in the Middle East to attend the wounded. When she decides to start her civilian life on the beautiful Gulf of Mexico, she experiences déjà vu. An attempted murder at the hospital where she is employed takes place on her floor. The first time she testified, Lynne escaped revenge.
About the Book


While attending the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps program at the University of Illinois, Chicago Campus, Lynne Temple witnesses the murder of one of her professors, an execution orchestrated by a master criminal known only as The Piper. Although his accomplices are convicted, The Piper escapes.

Upon discharge from the military, Lynne settles on the beautiful Gulf of Mexico in Pensacola, Florida and finds love. She also experiences déjà vu when an attempted murder takes place at the hospital where she works. Is The Piper involved?

As a storm brews off the Gulf Coast, rebellious teens, rave parties, and human trafficking add to the dangers Lynne and her boyfriend Nick face trying to help authorities locate a group of missing young people. Will they survive to see their new love grow?

“Sharon K. Connell has done it again with another page-turning read! Navy nurse Lynne Temple has a treacherous brush with evil when witnessing a murder. The mastermind behind the crime alludes capture, going underground and compounding his strategies. Will Lynne and her new found love ever reach a point of safety? An enjoyable fast-passed, Christian read with well-crafted scenes!” ~Jackie Zack, Contemporary Romance Author
– Jackie Zack
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