by Emilie Richards


by Emilie Richards



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From the day she was born, Krista Jensen loved and protected her younger sister, Rosie. 

Until the day that she didn't. 

Now Rosie has disappeared. Krista's only clue is that her sister was seen in New Orleans, and like too many runaways, may be resorting to prostitution to survive. Desperate to find her and beg forgiveness, Krista goes undercover as a prostitute and enters an unfamiliar world. 

With her own life in danger, she finds a protector in Jess Cantrell, a journalist, who wants to do more than pen the sad stories of runaways. No one is more surprised than he when Krista's quest becomes his, as well.

Even more surprising? Love can bloom in the midst of heartache. 

So can hope.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162784531
Publisher: Emilie Richards
Publication date: 09/01/2020
Series: Homecoming , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 982,673
File size: 613 KB

About the Author

People often ask if my books, particularly the Ministry is Murder series, are autobiographical. Think how much easier and shorter this bio would be if they were, and how much more interesting?

I could be one of three sisters running an Irish-American bar, recently divorced from a man who came into
our marriage with dark secrets and newly married to a minister in a town with a surprisingly high murder rate.

For fun I could dive for perfect Australian pearls, make spectacular quilts, ride to the hounds, and outwit
hurricanes while stirring gumbo with the hand not holding a needle and thread.

It’s a blessing and a curse to be interested in everything and want to try it all.

I’ve written series romances, romantic suspense, futuristic fantasy, mysteries, and single title women’s fiction. I’ve penned light books, dramatic books, and books I hope to never see in English again. My works have been translated into a multitude of languages and formats and a number of them were made into television movies in Germany, where they’re still being shown. The money and the awards have been lovely, but the biggest compensation is the process.

Maybe the books aren’t autobiographical, at least not exactly.  But they are, in the end, my very own fantasies.  Committing them to paper is simply the greatest job in the world.
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