This Thursday’s world changer, Deb Goodman, is more than a prolific author of fun and romantic novels. She also writes articles, edits for authors like me and is a regular member of our Storymakers Critique group!
AND her latest book was the #1 Amazon medical romance novel!
I asked Deb why she is committed to writing only sweet, and clean fiction. She said,
“I want to be sure my books reflect God’s love for his children. I wouldn’t ever want to write something that I’d be uncomfortable having my kids or grandparents read. I don’t think I could write something that goes against my core beliefs.”
Deb graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s in English. She, her husband and four children live in Utah. They like to watch movies and football together, bake treats on Sundays, and do slightly insulting, pretend voices for their little shorkie, Mavis. She’s published five clean and fun novels and is working on more. She loves the indie author community!
Deb’s recent release, the Billionaire Doctor, is laced with Deb’s brand of humor and will not disappoint romance lovers. The reviews are in and they are five stars wonderful.
Billionaire doctor, Owen Montgomery, can fix any medical emergency, but he can’t fix his disastrous relationships.
After a failed engagement, an argument with his grandfather, and a promise to his sister, Owen finds himself face-to-face with Natasha, a beautiful former schoolteacher. But he has to ignore his feelings for her—he doesn’t trust himself in love anymore. Besides, he’s immersed in saving the struggling county hospital—his last big work before he’s forced to leave the medical profession behind.
Natasha Campos quit her job to open a learning center, only to find that running her own business isn’t as easy as running a classroom. When Owen brings his niece in for tutoring and he and Natasha work at a business fair together, they discover their feelings are deepening. But soon, Natasha’s instinct to run when things get hard is affecting not only her learning center, but her relationship with Owen, as well.
Will they set aside each other’s pasts and grow in love? Or will the expectations of others come between them?