The Greatest Love Stories

Happy belated Valentine’s day to you all! To celebrate the occasion, and todays release of 51O2btV6eUL._SX328_BO1,204,203,200_Dancing up a Storm, the analogy with my short story, When I’m Gone, I’m giving away an ebook to someone. Just leave a comment!

“When I’m Gone” by Angela K. Couch 
First Place Romance 
Summer 1942. Just before the competition that could launch their careers as professional ballroom dancers, Elaine Mathews’s partner, James Larson, gets drafted into the army. Now, with her dreams and the man she loves hanging in the balance, Elaine must acknowledge what she’s most afraid to lose. 

As a historical romance writer, it doesn’t take Valentine’s Day to get me thinking about love. As a Christian, I think about it even more, for the greatest love story of all is the one of our Savior’s love for us. Completely platonic, but oh, so powerful! Today I have been “musing” about aspects of Christ’s love for us – aspects that are present in all the best love stories. Even the romantic ones….

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One thought on “The Greatest Love Stories

  1. So when I read this I was thinking –this is a perfect post for Romancing History. I don’t know if you’d be interested in sharing it on my blog to help promote your new release or not. I mean I’m not sure if you can repost the same content or perhaps you’d need to tweak it a bit.

    Obviously I don’t have much exposure yet but you are welcome if you’re interested. No hard feelings if not!

    Blessings,

    Kel

    Kelly J. Goshorn

    Romancing History

    2015 COTT Olympia Champion

    2015 RWA TARA Finalist, Inspirational

    2015 Genesis Semi-Finalist, Historical Romance

    2015 Wisconsin RWA Fab5 Finalist, Inspirational

    2014 First Impressions Finalist, Historical Romance

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