A beautiful LDS romance, available now from Eagle Gate, a Deseret Book imprint
Check out Chapter One!
As a young widow and devoted mother, London Elliott is determined to support her two children however she can—even if it’s just by delivering newspapers. So when London hears a call for help early one morning, she rushes to Elsie Moffat’s aid, an elderly LDS woman who has suffered a heart attack in her home. That selfless act introduces London to new beliefs and new people, including fireman Brad Stevenson.
It also raises a number of questions: Can London reconcile the painful parts of her past and find love again? Why do warmth and kindness seem to emanate from Elsie, who treats London like a loving mother? And why is London so drawn to the photograph of Elsie’s son, Ammon?
An unexpected inheritance leads London on a cross-country journey and even more questions. By saving another’s life, will London actually find her own?
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Just in case you’re wondering, here are a few answers to questions I get asked about this book and the process of publishing my first novel.
How did you get the idea for the novel?
Several years ago, I had a paper route. During those cold, dark mornings, my mind would wander, thinking about stories I had read (yes, I read a lot), and about people in my life, including people that I knew from Church, the challenges they faced, and how they dealt with them. I also thought a lot about the role the Gospel plays in people’s lives–and how important it was to mine. It wasn’t long before the story started to take shape. I wrote it over a period of many months and then waited many more months before I was ready to try to find a publisher, which can be a daunting task.
Will there be a sequel?
If I have any say about it, definitely! I already have two more books planned based on the same characters. Well, actually, I enjoy when a minor character from one book takes on a major role in a sequel, so you have a chance to explore that person’s life as a broader story develops. If you want to know more, you’ll just have to wait for it!
Is the book available in paperback or only as an e-book?
At the moment, On the Way Home is only available as an e-book. We’re working with the publisher, Deseret Book, to add paperback editions as demand warrants it.