Jhoi by Nadine C. Keels

Sweet Contemporary Love Stories
5 Stars
“Just WOW. This book totally blew me away. It’s in my top five of ‘the most romantic books I’ve ever read.’” ~Valerie’s Musings on World of the Innocent
“Keels perfectly captures what it looks like to find true love. A love with substance…” ~Lights in a Dark World on World of the Innocent

Blue boxed set of two books, with a cover showing a woman with long brown hairFriendship. Belief. Love. And Jhoi.

World of the Innocent
A sweet contemporary love story, based on true events

“Are you ready to love this young man?”
Jhoi: She’s poetic. She’s guarded. And she couldn’t imagine having much to do with a guy like Marcas. Sure, Marcas is a brilliant fellow artist, admired by plenty of fans. But he’s so remarkably…strange.

Still, Marcas touches Jhoi’s soul. And through the counsel of a shrewd old neighbor, Jhoi will discover a link between intimate friendship and becoming a steward of an era.

World of Joy
A sweet small-town romance

’Tis her season to reclaim her name.
Jhoi: She’s a community youth advocate and also a poet-turned-novelist. For her latest writerly project, she and two fellow authors are releasing an assorted collection of romantic comedies. Romances set during the holidays.

When the project leads to a timely opportunity for Jhoi, she takes it—the kind of Christmas getaway that others would dream of.

Yet, Jhoi worries that this holiday experience may actually be too perfect for her. And if she doesn’t figure out her fear, she could wind up not only jarring herself out of this dream but hurting more than one heart in the process.

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Notes on the Books’ Content

No profanity. If a character does curse, their specific words aren’t written out.
Kissing but no sex scenes.
Whenever there’s violence, it isn’t gratuitous.
Any substance use is mild or brief.

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