The Widow of Saunders Creek, by Tracey Bateman, was featured on USA Today’s “Happily Ever After” blog. Go here to read why this book is “fresh, compelling, romantic and a little bit scary.” The book was also reviewed on BookReporter.com, available here.
About Tracey Bateman
Tracey Bateman lives in the Missouri Ozarks with her husband and family. With more than thirty novels in print, including Thirsty and Tandem, Tracey spends all her time telling tales, creating characters, and dreaming of other worlds.
From the Blog
Corrie Saunders, a young widow clutching to what little she has left of her life, has retreated to her husband Jarrod’s family home. Though she seems to feel Jarrod’s presence in the house, his cousin, Eli, knows better. It’s only through Eli’s faith that she can find her footing again, and the one she can truly put her faith into.
A grief that knows no boundary. A love without any limit. A need that doesnt end at death.
A young widow encounters an otherworldly force occupying her late husband’s family home, and through faith and love, finds the strength to confront it.
Tandem, by Tracey Bateman, was reviewed on TheChristianManifesto.com
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As obsession and loss become dark partners, how far must the people of Abbey Hills go to survive?
Lauryn McBride is grateful for the opportunity to save her familys business from bankruptcy by overseeing an auction in Abbey Hills. But the arrival of a peculiar woman and the return of a former almost love draws her attention away from her singular goal of protecting her aging father. When signs emerge indicting that ritualistic murders have returned to Ozarks, Lauryn is pulled into a battle against an ancient evil.
The February issue of Christianity Today includes a feature article on the vampire trend in publishing. Tracey Bateman, author of Thirsty, and Beth Felker Jones, author of Touched by a Vampire were both interviewed for the story. Click here to read.
Much more than Nina Parkers heart lies in the balance.
Recovering alcoholic Nina Parker returns to Missouri to start over, but theres been a gruesome murder. Her daughter shuns her. Her ex-husband fights to protect her. And an obsessed stranger lives for one purpose: to consume her very soul.