Publisher Description

Free to Love is the first Christian Romance book in the Inspiration Point series and begins the story of Julie Petersen's struggle to escape from a controlling mother and the clutches of a rich controlling fiance who won't stop at anything to make her his wife.  This story highlights Julie's journey to freedom, her hopes, her struggles, and her achievements as she trusts God to help her grow.

In this first book, Julie Petersen escapes James, her soon to be fiancé, and her mother, who tries to make Julie conform to the lifestyle of the rich. She leaves home under cover of darkness with nothing more than a handful of clothes, little money to her name, and a strong faith that God will help her survive. During her journey, she meets Mark, a handsome man who touches her heart with his helpfulness and genuine concern for her well being. But before their relationship can blossom, disasters strikes when her fiancé tracks her down and changes the course of her life.

Mark is a resident of Newport Beach who still suffers from the sting of being dumped by his ex-fiancé. Refusing to give up on love, he hopes to find the right Christian woman to settle down with someday. Mark bumps into Julie at his favorite hangout, Inspiration Point, and is instantly attracted to her. Julie goes missing and now he must figure a way to rescue her from her crazy fiancé who has kidnapped her.  Can he rescue Julie in time and profess his love for her? Or will he be too late and miss out on marrying the love of his life?

Other titles in the Inspirational Point series:

-Unforgettable Love: Book #2

Fiction & Literature
January 4
Kelsey MacBride
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

licorich ,

Free to love

An enjoyable Christian book. Loved it and bought the next in the series.

ElenaBell26 ,


I started to read this book bc I needed something to do between my appointments. I liked that the story is wholesome and flowing. The character of Julie I could relate to.
I can’t wait to read the second part.

FanOBooks ,

Entertaining but grammatical errors

The concept behind the book was good enough but the many, and I mean many, spelling and grammatical errors makes it as if they did not proofread before publishing. It is a free book, I suppose, so what do you expect, but not sure I am super interesting in paying for the rest of the series to read all the mistakes.

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