A girl with a failing heart.
     An ocean community in danger.
          An unknown energy that brings them together to heal.

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About Nanette
I didn’t dream of writing. Reading was my passion. I loved to explore new worlds—the streets of ancient Rome, the secrets of the Egyptian pyramids, the fellowship of the Knights of the Round Table. I satisfied my romantic heart and love of history with stories . . . more
“Bella Toscana . . . An irresistible novel that explores the hearts of the characters, the powerful emotions, the ache for love, the passion, and the anxiety.”

Readers’ Favorite
“I have learned in my life that the greatest gift I can ever give anyone is that they are seen and truly heard when I am with them. That’s what each of the stories of F.A.I.T.H feels like to me: deep listening and sharing.”

Karen Drucker
Singer / Songwriter / Author
Let Go of the Shore
F.A.I.T.H. . . . These women show precisely the courage it takes to move beyond your circumstances and live the life of their desires. When you open your heart and identify your dream, you too can create miracles. A must read for every woman!”

Christy Whitman, NYT bestselling author of The Art of Having It All
The Sacred Flame . . . Nothing pulls me in more than a story from a bygone era about love and loss. Nanette did such a good job that I could see the buildings, taste the food, feel the elements. And the drama! I won’t spoil the ending, but suffice it to say it will have you turning the pages—quickly.”

Rebecca Kirson, Your Sacred Truth
The Sacred Flame . . . A sweeping saga of love and redemption.”

Fran Stewart
Biscuit McKee Mysteries
Bella Toscana . . . A heartfelt story that will have you wrapped up in the beauty of love and life itself, the Italian countryside, its language of love, the food of the gods, and its rich, historical moments of the past.”

Denise Birt
Wild Sage Book Blog
About The Heart of Everything
When a girl with a failing heart finds herself in a mysterious underwater community, her fear of water threatens to overwhelm her. But rather than a threat, the water may offer the answer to healing her heart. If she can learn to trust its message.
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