ULR: Try a Little Tenderness: A Hislove.com Novel

tryalittletenderness

Available now in paperback and ebook!

Husband and wife Isaiah David Paul and Allyson M. Deese team up to bring a street-themed Christian romance to life.

Amirah Dalton has accepted her calling to be in outreach ministry at her local church. The only problem is that she’s the only unwed female in leadership, and she feels the pressure to find a husband—fast.

After serving time in prison for larceny and mail fraud, Mateo Valdez joins the newly formed Street Disciples Ministry in Asheville, North Carolina in an effort to atone for his sins and spread the word of Christ.

Amirah and Mateo both join His-Love.com in an effort to meet someone of the opposite sex willing to give them a chance. Will they listen to God and connect, or will they let Satan allow their perceptions of one another get in the way?

Available now in paperback and ebook!

Book Review

“Wow! This is my first time reading anything by this couple. I admire the way this story was told and how the readers can relate to the real life issues that both of them are facing. This is a great change in reading for me. I also enjoyed the urban yet christian edge this book has. I will be looking for more from these two! ” – Amazon Reviewer

About the Authors

Being in love with the written word since pre-school, Allyson began writing poetry in her teens, but it would be years before she floated on cloud nine . . . into the world of writing to entertain and inspire others. Once writing explicit romance, she now dedicates all of her writings to God with the prayer that her stories will touch the hearts of her readers.

Isaiah was born with the gift of the written word and began writing and publishing at a very early age. He dedicates his life to writing stories that glorify God and taking it where it’s needed most, the streets.

Available now in paperback and ebook!

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