Friday’s Feature with Stacey Weeks

Today I’m featuring Stacey Weeks, a fellow Pelican Book Group author. Her second novel, In Too Deep released today.

In Too Deep

Like a sunken treasure wedged in the lake floor, Grace Stone’s heart is submerged in the past. Her only hope in easing her guilt over her role in a tragic drowning is launching a Water-Survival program at Camp Moshe, but success depends on Grace risking everything on the man hired to rebrand the Christian camp.

Kye Campton’s extreme sports campaign lands him in hot water with the cautious instructor. His usual confidence wavers when it becomes increasingly evident that the camp’s fight for survival is against more than a declining economy. Will Kye be able to save the camp—and Grace—from a saboteur determined to see the place close for good?

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~About the author~

When Christ called me as His own, I surrendered my life to Him and began, for the first time, to live with true hope. Because of Christ, God cleanses me when I need forgiveness. Christ’s selflessness and holiness atones for my sin and selfishness. His perfect provision is limitless and contrasts my limited ability and power to accomplish anything of value on my own. In light of who He is and His continuing work in me and love for me, I stand in awe before Him, offering myself and all I do for His glory – be it writing, homeschooling our three children, or serving in ministry alongside my husband. In 2007, I was a finalist in the Best New Canadian Christian Author Contest. This award recognizes the most promising nonfiction manuscript about Christian faith. In 2016 I won the Women’s Journey of Faith contest for my non-fiction book: Glorious Surrender. In Too Deep is my second novel, following The Builder’s Reluctant Bride (PBG 2016), which the Word Awards named Best Christian Romance by a Canadian author.

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