Hoping for some excitement and a little extra money, A.J. Knight signed up to be a Houston EMT. However, when he did, he never thought about the life-and-death situations he'd be put into or the lives that he might be called on to save. Worse, he never so much as considered the lives that might be lost under his watch.
Eve Knox understands what it's like to have life ripped away in an instant. After the death of her first and only love in an unimaginable tragedy, she is struggling to go on with a life that seems to have been stripped of its former meaning. Hurting and alone, Eve knows her friends are just trying to help her cope, but their attempts to fill the void in her heart are starting to smother the spirit she once had. She sees no point in searching for love a second time, what happens when a second-chance love shows up in a way she never saw coming...
An Amazon Christian Romance Best Seller, White Knight brings heart and soul to the Christian fiction stage. Intertwined with humor, laced with spiritual depth, this is one of those romance novels you will want to read again and again. Most Christian romance kindle books are filled with faith, hope, and love, and White Knight stacks up with the best of them. This is one Contemporary Christian romance you do not want to miss.
“Staci Stallings is Christian Romance at its best!”
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“Call me,” Lisa said as Eve turned and started for the cars, but ten steps down the sidewalk she realized that A.J. wasn’t with her. In annoyance she turned just in time to see him shake Jeff’s hand and nod. On her heel she turned and stomped to her car. She wasn’t a baby. She had managed to make it through 29 whole years without Jeff’s constant protective gaze following her every move. How she had ever managed, she was sure he couldn’t quite tell.
Just then she heard the tennis shoes on the concrete behind her, and in the next heartbeat A.J. jogged up beside her.
“I’ve got ten cents that says you drive better than he does,” A.J. said.
“Ten cents? Boy, you have a lot of confidence in me.”
“Okay, make it 20, but that’s my final offer.”
She glanced at him skeptically.
“Hey,” he said, his tone serious, “I have to eat this week you know.”
Eve shook her head and laughed, and as mad as she was at the whole situation, for some reason she just couldn’t be mad with him at her side. “Okay, twenty cents it is.” Without question he followed her across the street and to her car, and then it was time to say good-bye. Gratefulness poured through her as she glanced at him. “I had fun tonight.”
He shrugged. “It was a party. You were supposed to have fun.”
“Well, it was extra fun.”
That apple rounded across the top of his cheek. “I thought so too.”
For a moment she stood, not really wanting to leave.
“Take care driving home,” he said and backed away from her. At the door to the little brown Honda Civic across the street he stopped. “And don’t lose me either.”
“Try to keep up.”