A New Single & Thoughts on God's Marriage Design

Christmas Cash: A Billionaire Romance Double Cross-Over
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I have been busy at work. All of my books, with a few series-sets as exceptions, are now available as singles at all sales outlets. This includes stories previously exclusive to other collections. My decision to do this is a complicated one, so I won't bore you with it. But I wanted to send the above book along, as it is now only 99 cents.

Also, below, I am including my recent thoughts on God's love and His blessing on marriage, and children. I pray it will encourage you this weekend.

One troubled soul knows another.

Eighteen-year-old, Rosalie Fabrinni, left everything she owned and ran south to Miami. She loves her family, especially her real dad, billionaire Ludwig Fabrinni, but can’t take her stepfather’s abuse any longer.

A chance encounter with a man, who looks like Santa, gives her a temporary home and a job with his daughter, a well-known party planner. Here’s something that interests her, something she’s good at, and in light of the Christmas season, this is the perfect time of year to test her skills.

But living on the run, always looking over your shoulder, isn’t easy, and what does she know about being an average girl? When she meets young billionaire Cash McShane, her already tentative new life, takes a romantic turn. Except billionaires know billionaires, and the longer she stays, the more likely it is she’ll get caught.

A double crossover involving Atlas Bellamy of the Billionaire Boys Club series and the Fabrinnis from the Best-Dressed series.


And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness … So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them. And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth. (Ge 1:26-28)

God set the pattern for love in the creation of man and woman, “in our image, after our likeness.” What deeper act of love is there than that Almighty God would give to His creation His very being, His breath of life? (Ge 2:7) Yet He did not stop there.

He blessed their union with His own perfect unity. (Ge 2:24-25) The word for “God” in Genesis 1 and 2 is Elohim, meaning “Gods,” plural. It is a picture of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as one. [H430, Strong’s Concordance] Out of His unity, He blessed man and woman with the power to love just like Him. To create life like He does. Adam and Eve were to “be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth.” (Ge 1:28) To have children. God’s love is never inactive, but it must create; it must multiply.

God is the source of love; love comes from Him. (1Jn 4:8) He loves, and His love must replenish; it must multiply and increase. That is what God’s love does, it is abundant life. (Jn 10:10) Life “exceeding abundantly above.” (Eph 3:20)

As I contemplated this post, Valentine’s Day having just passed, I knew, though, that for many couples, the fullness of God’s plan for man and wife, for parenthood, has fallen short. We have a real enemy who desires to steal, kill, and destroy. (Jn 10:10) But I want to encourage you today. See God’s heart. Here is the everlastingness of what He began in the garden—God does not seek our perfection. He does not love anyone any less because the worldly ideal of love has failed.

His love never fails, (1Co 13:8) and His salvation, His blessing on marriages, His rescue of families, is as important to Him today as it was upon earth’s first married couple. So much so that when He sent His Son to rescue mankind from sin, a plan He’d chosen before the foundation of the world, (1Pe 1:20) He followed this same pattern. Jesus did not come as a conqueror on a white horse, leading a heavenly army, but as a baby born to a wife, a virgin, conceived by the Holy Spirit. (Lk 1:31) Marriage, parenthood, mattered to Him that much.

He loved us, so we desire to love, and His love through a man and his wife is blessed with sons and daughters.

And Jesus, when he was baptized, went up straightway out of the water: and, lo, the heavens were opened unto him, and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove, and lighting upon him: And lo a voice from heaven, saying, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased. (Mt 3:16-17 KJV)

Suzanne D. Williams, Author