Susan Thayer Kelley
Susan Thayer Kelley grew up in Illinois but since 2006 she and her husband have lived in Texas. She first published several poems. She has always loved to write, and after publishing her first book in 2007, wanted to write more books. So when COVID hit, she decided to take the plunge, and has now published two more books.
She has been married for 54 years to the same wonderful man. As investors, she and her husband extensively remodeled many homes which led her to become a REALTOR.
They have two beautiful daughters who are both REALTOR’s, and after her husband’s retirement also became a REALTOR. They have five grandchildren they’re very proud of.
She also has been an avid student of the Bible and enjoys helping others come to know their Bible better.
Her real joy in life is in helping other people, and hopes her books will lift the spirits of individuals who read them.
Coming Home is a book about life’s unexpected changes, dealing with them, and coming to the realization of what is truly important in life and how to be happy.
McKenzie Hastings buys a desk from Steve Channing whose father was killed only a week ago in a car wreck. Because Steve is an only child whose mother died years ago, he is alone in trying to settle his father’s estate. As a Realtor, McKenzie helps Steve settle his fathers estate, but suddenly they are thrown into a dangerous situation neither had expected.
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The setting is in England in the late 1680’s. Queen Mary’s sister is touring the country searching for a hiding place for a necklace, part of the Crown Jewels, in order to protect them from a plot to steal them. She meets Elaina Ashbrook, the daughter of John Ashbrook, a wealthy business man. Elaina agrees to keep the necklace hidden for the Crown until all perpetrators of the plot can be exposed and brought to justice.
Elaina is courted by two men, both of whom she falls in love with, and is torn between what her heart says and what her mind tells her. She eventually learns a shocking revelation about both men.
Whle the necklace is in the possession of Elaina, she is thrown into a stream of horrific and dangerous events. Tragedy strikes the country with an outbreak of smallpox, and Elaina’s family is not spared. Queen Mary dies by the plague.
Elaina is thrown into prison, accused of murder, only to be aided by an unexpected source.
Elaina feels she has grown from a young, naive girl to a woman who has had more experiences in a few short months than most have in a lifetime. She feels she has gained invaluable wisdom through her ordeal and she ends up with a man she knows she will spend her life with.