Love's Challenges is the fourth and final book in the Davina and Quinn series. Readers catch up with Jack Thomas, Quinn and Davina's 25-year-old son, the lead singer in the band Dragon Slayers. Jack is the perfect rock star. He's got his father's movie-star looks and his mother's smile. He's got everything his heart desires except for the woman who haunts his dreams. A chance encounter in a cafe and Jack knows he's found her. Jack invites Molly to his concert. He woos her with his songs, singing directly to her from center stage. Pulled in, Molly knows it's the beginning of a perfect date. And then it happens, Jack takes off his shirt and lets the monsters loose, unaware of Molly's fear of tattoos. Molly flees, and the challenge begins.
Will Jack's steely determination and patience be enough to win Molly's heart?
Will Molly find the hero she needs to save her from the ghosts that haunt her from a family tragedy?
Will Molly accept that the man of her dreams could be the man of her nightmares?
Follow Jack and Molly as they face many challenges-some faced alone, and others faced as a couple as they embark on their modern-day fairy tale love story.
Deborah Armstrong believes in love, romance, and happily ever after. Although she is still in search of that perfect cup of coffee, she finds time to enjoy her favourite past times: reading, music, travelling, and spending time with friends and family.
This week, the topic of conversation has been about celebrities' privacy. How much should stars share with the public? Do they need to share everything, making their lives an open book? Or are they allowed to keep some things private? What is Joe Public entitled to know?
In my Davina & Quinn series, Davina tries her best to keep her family life private. She doesn't give interviews unless they are about her books.
In Love's Challenges, her son Jack tries to keep his mother's health issues private, but his secrecy creates a rift in the band. His aloofness and time away from the band make them think he's going solo. No matter the reason, keeping secrets almost led to the destruction of something that meant the world to him.
Jack shifted in his seat. “My mom’s been fighting cancer. She didn’t want anyone outside of the family to know about it because of the way the press handled her last cancer scare. She lost all privacy, and you know how much she wants to keep her private life private.”