About the author
As a teenager growing up in north Mississippi, Elizabeth White often relieved the tedium of history and science classes by losing herself in a romance novel hidden behind a textbook. Inevitably, she began to write stories of her own (and stick them under the bed where her three younger sisters couldn't find them). Torn between her two loves music and literature she chose to pursue a career as a piano and voice teacher. Along the way Beth married her own Prince Charming and followed him through seminary into church ministry. During a season of staying home with two babies, Beth rediscovered her love for writing romantic stories with a Christian worldview. To her astonishment, one of those stories turned into a novel, and she was hooked forever. A previously unmined streak of God-given determination carried her through the process of learning how to turn funny, mushy stuff into a publishable novel. Her first novella saw print in the banner year 2000. Beth now lives on the Alabama Gulf Coast with her husband (who has more common sense than 10 normal people), two high-maintenance teenagers and a Boston terrier named Angel. She plays flute and pennywhistle in church orchestra, teaches second-grade Sunday school, paints portraits in chalk pastel, and of course reads everything she gets her hands on. Creating stories of faith, where two people fall in love with each other and Jesus, is her passion and source of personal spiritual growth. She is always thrilled to hear from readers at email@example.com. More info and writing-related articles can be found at www.elizabethwhite.net.