Love and marriage coming to us inspired by many things. Who would have thought that mold, spots and mice would bring love and marriage? Well, they have. The Love’s Infestation Series debuts with Mold and Marriage the love story of Kyria and Mark.
They meet as Mark treats Kyria for injuries she received in a bomb blast. His attraction doesn’t end when she’s released from the hospital. So where and why does mold influence their relationship?
Mark first saw Kyria as she was pulled from the ambulance. Burned and broken, he rushed to save her life. Two months later he didn’t want to stop spending time with her after she was discharged.
Kyria’s life changed the day of the explosion. Pain was a constant, as was the handsome young doctor who came to see her more than once daily.
Mark wondered why the lovely young woman seemed so alone. Why did no one ever come to visit or call?
Kyria just wished he could truly be interested in her, but he was the doctor and she was his patient. Nothing would ever come of it.
Mark’s interest didn’t wane at her dismissal from the hospital. A setback brought her back into his life. This time he wasn’t letting her go.
And then there’s the mold. How would all that ever lead into a Happy Ever After?
Whitney’s infested with sixteen Dalmatians, fourteen of which are puppies. Who would have thought they’d bring her and Keith together?
Doctor Keith Austin is all set to enjoy lunch in the park in his new town when suddenly a bunch of spots appear before his eyes. Fourteen rambunctious Dalmatian puppies to be exact, all after one thing, his food.
Limping along far behind them is the beautiful Whitney Houston. Bleeding from being knocked down and dragged by her spotted horde how can the good doctor not come to her rescue. The only problem is he isn’t looking for love. He wants to focus on work and God. But Whitney has more than she can bear. What’s a Christian Doctor to do?
Whitney doesn’t need help she has been self-reliant all her life. She runs a small jobs construction company and doesn’t need anyone to look out for her. That is until her big brother dumps his two pregnant Dalmatians on her. Fourteen puppies later and she seems to be a walking disaster. Doctor Keith is handsome and kind and helpful, but can Whitney let go and trust him with her heart?
Will Keith and Whitney make a love connection? Can they both let go of what they thought they wanted? Is it possible to have true love when there’s a horde of Spots Before Marriage?