Top-ten finalist in consideration for production by Wind Dancer Films.Silver Medalist in the Reader's Favorite's Awards Recipient of the B.R.A.G. Medalion Award
Nurse Grace Ward names the unconscious baby boy "Johnny." No one at the hospital knows where he came from, just that a couple abandoned him and disappeared. Even with a trained staff treating him, Johnny's life hangs in the balance.
His identity is shrouded in secrecy, but Grace doesn't care. When she sees the defenseless baby, it's love at first sight. Her promise to save Johnny is the beginning of a long journey to heal from the scars of her past and create a brighter future for both of them.
As Grace grows more devoted to Johnny, major events threaten their bond and his life. A deadly infection spreads rapidly through the hospital, Johnny's mysterious origins affect his future, and Grace's personal life grows more complex. When Johnny's prognosis creates an ideological chasm that leaves the hospital staff on opposing sides, Grace refuses to bow to the mounting pressure that could destroy her career and even her life. How far will she go to save Johnny?
About the author
Eleanor's debut novel, Arms of Grace is a top ten finalist in consideration for production by Wind Dancer Films.
Arms of Grace won a silver medal in the Reader's Favorite Awards and is a recipient of the B.R.A.G. medallion.
Eleanor has been passionate about the written word for as long as she can remember. Eleanor loves creating stories about discovering joy in the midst of trial and conquering our flawed natures. As an avid reader, she cherishes books that have influenced her writing and her life. She hopes to create the same experience for readers.
She has lived in five countries and currently resides in the Williamsburg, Virginia area with her husband. She is the proud mother of four grown sons and Nana to one amazing grand-darling.
Eleanor loves hearing from her readers. You can connect with her at: eleanorchance.com or email@example.com
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