As author Amy Lynn Taylor neared the publication of her debut novel the unthinkable happened and her life was turned upside down. Listen as Amy shares her story of publishing through grief, fully dependent on God’s faithfulness and strength, and the true love story that inspired her beautiful romance novel, Unbridled Trust.
Amy Lynn Taylor enjoys a simple, yet rich life nestled in the Collegiate Peaks of Colorado. She taught elementary students for eleven years until her husband drew up a contract at their kitchen table, offering her one-and-a-half years of guaranteed, paid employment to exceed her current wages if she would begin a quest to write. From that time forward, Amy dared to dream a new dream of writing romances with depth of faith and emotion. When she’s not writing, you’ll find her outdoors, on her Peloton, reading several books at once, or spending time with those she loves. To learn more about Amy and her writing, visit her website at www.amylynntaylorauthor.com.
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Betrayal was the last thing they wanted . . . and the one thing they needed.
Ostracized by high-profile people in her hometown and presuming she’ll never regain lost trust, Kennedy Kerner writes off her lifelong dream of turning her family’s Colorado horse ranch into an outreach for hurting children. Until the day a young girl in need lands in Kennedy’s pasture, along with the girl’s handsome uncle.
Independent computer networker Garrett Dagwood, a.k.a. Dag, is content with his loner lifestyle, distancing himself from his family and the disappointment of failing to carry on a military legacy. When his mom dies suddenly, he’s unable to ignore a request to have his niece, Lucy, live with him temporarily. It doesn’t take long, though, for Dag to rethink his decision and ability to handle Lucy’s unique needs.
Unwilling to fail, Dag enlists the help of Kennedy and her herd of rescued horses. As the two work together to support Lucy, Dag dares to trust in someone other than himself, and Kennedy learns to trust her heart again. But will an unthinkable turn of events trigger their past wounds, destroying a future they’ve just begun to hope for?
Ginny L. Yttrup is a Christy Award-winning novelist, a developmental editor, and founder of Words for Writers which offers inspiration and instruction for writers.