MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) August 31, 2020
“Keep Your Heart”: a captivating narrative about two best friends in love who find themselves faced with the dilemma of starting a relationship or keeping their friendship as they also begin to explore two different paths in life. “Keep Your Heart” is the creation of published author Liz Rigby, a freelance writer and a biblical counselor. She enjoys serving in her local church and spending time with friends.
Rigby shares, “Savanna and Dylan have been best friends since they were seven. Now in their senior year of high school, they start developing feelings for each other but aren’t sure where to go from there. Should they start a relationship or will it ruin the friendship that means the most to them? Confused by Dylan’s hesitation, Savanna embarks on a journey that will take her to the worst parts of herself while Dylan tries to follow God’s leading but only finds more questions than answers. Is Savanna God’s will for him? Or is it this new girl he’s met at Bible college?”
“The struggle to get what we want but still follow God’s plan is something that all God’s children experience. Will Savanna be the good girl and get Dylan, be the bad girl when she can’t have Dylan, or simply prove to be human like the rest of us? Check out Savanna’s story and see how real life can still have happy endings, even if they’re not the happy endings we were hoping for. Through it all, God will still love, still pursue, and still forgive. He’s that faithfully good.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Liz Rigby’s new book is a gripping journey about friendship, love, faith, and dreams. This complex narrative will draw readers into a fascinating story where one’s happy ending is yet to be discovered.
View a synopsis of “Keep Your Heart” on YouTube.
Consumers can purchase “Keep Your Heart” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “Keep Your Heart,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.