Tell You Soon (Savannah Sweethearts Book 3) is free until Monday (March 20, 2023) only. Grab it while you can. Also borrow this ebook via Kindle Unlimited. Private Investigator Ming Wei tries to sell his oceanfront cottage, falls in love with his colleague’s sister, and gets her into mortal danger.
Tell You Soon
She wants to fix up his beach house and move on...
He wants to fix up her heart and move in...
A private investigator trying to sell his beach house falls in love with his colleague's sister and puts her in mortal danger.
ABOUT THIS BOOK
An Asian-American Christian beach romance with suspense, Tell You Soon is book 3 in USA Today bestselling author Jan Thompson’s Savannah Sweethearts series of sweet, clean, and wholesome multiethnic contemporary Christian romances celebrating faith, hope, and love in Jesus Christ. These stories are set in the coastal city of Savannah, Georgia, and on the beaches of Tybee Island by the Atlantic Ocean.
Sabine’s Scars…Sabine Hu’s legs were crushed in an auto accident three years ago, ending her modeling career. Today she walks without a cane, is back in heels, and has found a new job as a real estate agent selling houses in Savannah and on Tybee Island. She keeps to herself and stays in the background, unlike her high-profile sister, Helen, whose fame as a private investigator is constantly in the news.
Ming’s Mayhem…Private Investigator Aidan Ming Wei works with Sabine’s sister, but he’s interested in getting to know Sabine better. He thinks he can draw her out of her shell. Since he has hired Sabine to sell his house by the Atlantic Ocean, he has all sorts of excuses to spend time with her. She seems to be at ease around him, and they get along well. However, spending time with her is exactly what would put her life in danger, and Ming risks losing Sabine forever…
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