Sacrifices Hold the Beauty of Forgiveness in Rachel Homard's The Black Circle
By: TouchPoint Press
The Black Circle concretely draws connections between themes of bravery, forgiveness and sacrifice, as The Green Triangle Series celebrates US military soldiers and veterans. "My dad is a Green Beret, and my grandfather was a POW, and though I never walked in their shoes... my appreciation grows stronger every day," Homard says. The Black Circle moves beyond the type of sacrifice in The Green Triangle, as Homard says, "Though Cole was willing to sacrifice in The Green Triangle, he wasn't willing to forgive... You don't have to agree with every decision that a person makes to be able to love them." It is this type of bravery – the bravery to choose love– that Homard frames centrally In The Black Circle.
About the Book
After ten years in Venezuelan refugee camps along the Columbian border, Cole Carrington hasn't had time to breathe. He and his girlfriend, Luciana, work day and night in the doctor's clinic and spend any free second with Isabella, the orphaned child they've fallen in love with and "adopted." But when Isabella is kidnapped by the Cartel, Cole will do anything to get her back.
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About Rachel Homard
Rachel Homard taught elementary school for six years. But when she and her husband had their awesome son, Asher, she decided to stay home and save all her hugs for him. Between chasing Asher and his furry, four-legged sidekick around the house and taking fun family outings and trips, she writes. Rachel pairs relatable characters to storylines of romance and suspense, and loves adding in military characters. She has a great appreciation for men and women fighting for our country and wants to acknowledge them, like her father, a retired Green Beret, and her grandfather, a POW in World War II.
About the Publisher
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