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Christian Values Frame a Story of Redemption in "After Ever After"

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ST. LOUIS - s4story -- Anna Huckabee's newest Christian romance, "After Ever After" will release on July 26, 2021. "After Ever After" follows directly after the second-installment of this the 'Lincoln Square Series,' "Door of Hope."

Huckabee states that "After Ever After" holds some of her most challenging writing due to its awareness of "subject matter most of us would prefer to ignore—infidelity in marriage and abusive relationships." After considerate editing, Huckabee says, "I love the story of true love, redemption and second chances that came through in this book".

About the Book
Richard knew he'd met the future Mrs. Richard Warren the moment he laid eyes on Susan Terrell the first day of 10th grade. They marry straight out of college, dreaming of their 'happily ever after.'

Not long after they marry, Richard's company lands a huge contract. Susan feels neglected—and runs right into the arms of the man who organized the contract, Mark Tripton. Now Richard must choose: Stay with Susan and have the specter of her unfaithfulness hanging over them or leave and abandon the only woman he's ever loved.

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Will Richard and Susan ever find their way back to 'happily ever after'?

Preorder "After Ever After" at bit.ly/huckabeeaftereverafter (about:blank). "After Ever After" will be available from major book retailers in eBook ($3.99) and paperback ($13.99). Wholesale from Ingram and TouchPoint Press.

About Anna Huckabee
Anna grew up in St. Louis, Missouri. She started writing when she was in kindergarten. She wrote her first novel when she was nine years old. Her dream was to grow up to be a "real" writer. In 2011, she participated in her first Nanowrimo and finished her first "real" novel and the dream became a reality. She has participated every year since.

Today, Anna lives with her husband and six children in Uganda, East Africa. They teach and help refugees from Rwanda, Burundi, and Congo and have four churches in the refugee camp. She and her family visit the United States from time to time, but her heart is in Africa. However, she loves St. Louis so much that aspects of the city figure in many of her books. She writes when she can steal a minute—primarily during Nanowrimo every November and any other time she can manage.

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About the Publisher
TouchPoint Press is a traditional publisher of fiction and nonfiction. Our staff is comprised of professionals whose collective experience in publishing, editing, journalism, design, and marketing set the stage behind our growing list of published titles. We are proud to work with talented authors and strive to be as innovative and energetic as possible from acquisitions to promotion before and after publication.

For interview and review requests, please contact Chelsea Pieper at media@touchpointpress.com.

Chelsea Pieper, Media Liaison for TouchPoint Press

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