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.
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.
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.