Plainfield author’s new Christian novel teaches readers to never give up on love
PLAINFIELD, Ind. — Author Tawanda Fuller announces the nationwide release of her new Christian romance novel, “An Angel in Disguise,” which depicts that love can be found in the most unexpected times.
In this enticing novel, readers will find themselves in a plane as it began to fill, and when the man looked up, a woman stood at the plane’s entry door holding a carry-on bag. She wore glasses and a bulky overcoat. Her face told of hidden beauty, but her clothes spoke volumes. She peered at her ticket to find her seat number. Then, she proceeded forward as if she were looking for row numbers. After he’d seen that she’d passed every available seat, he clucked his tongue and rolled his eyes as she headed straight toward him.
“An Angel in Disguise” is a novel that speaks to single women and men who have given up on love. Only to find it truly does exist in the most unlikely of places or in a variety of masks and hidden agenda.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Fuller, who currently resides in Plainfield, Indiana, has two children. She has been working in the nursing field for the last 15 years. While nursing is something she enjoys, writing is where her heart truly is.