Author: DV Fischer
Genre: Curvy Girl Dark Romance
Cover Designer: Artscandare
Publisher: Divinus Kingdom Publishing, LLC
Publication Date: March 24th, 2023
Hosted by: Lady Amber's PR
Forgive me Father, for she is my sin.
Willow Ashley pays her bills through sin. She’s made her peace with that. Her best friend, on the other hand, cannot. She relentlessly begs Willow to go to church to confess all of her wrong-doings. When Willow finally gives in, she stumbles across the new pastor, Rowan Elsher. He’s the kind of gorgeous she wants to thank the heavens for, and makes her think all sorts of filthy things that would make even God blush.
Rowan Elsher came to New Orleans hoping to make a real difference in helping those in his congregation. When a woman approaches him about her best friend needing guidance, yet refusing to tell him why, he becomes curious. Then he sees Willow, with her ample curves and seductive pout. In a glance, his infatuation with her begins.
He was told to stay away from dating within the congregation. He shouldn’t want her. He can’t want her. But he just can’t help himself but to break all the rules he vowed to keep.
USA Today Best Seller, DV Fischer, delivers a sizzling dark romance sure to leave readers gasping for more.
USA Today bestselling and two-time Iowa award-winning author DV Fischer is a mother of two very busy boys, a wife to a wonderful husband, and an owner of two sock-loving German Shorthair Pointers. They also have two cats named Geralt and Jaskier.
Together, they live in Sheldon, Iowa.
When DV Fischer isn't chasing after her children, she spends her time typing like a mad woman while consuming vast amounts of caffeine. Sometimes, if her husband can manage to remind her of the real world outside her office window, they hike!
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“Do you know Willow Ashley?” the older lady with curled white hair says next to me as the last of the congregation reaches the communion rail and kneels before the cross. She must have caught me staring.
I didn’t catch the old lady’s name. Or maybe I did and I already forgot it. It doesn’t matter. I’ll find out later.
“Willow? No, never met her,” I answer in the same whisper as hers. The name rolls off my tongue and sends goosebumps over my skin. I like it. It’s fitting.
She grins at me and leans closer to continue our conversation in private. “The Ashley family are good people. They do so much for the church and for our Lord. But I hear their daughter is a troublemaker. I heard she lives out in the Bayou and does some unholy things out there.”
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