Hello, Christina. So glad you could drop by!
Which author would you never get tired of, and why?
Christina: Karen Witemeyer. She creates wonderful stories with humor and a beautiful message.
A best-selling author of historical romance. Great choice. Now…
Who is your favorite fictional villain?
Christina: I love Loki, always have, even before I discovered and became a fan of Marvel Comics.
Marvel Comics does have some great villains. Let’s talk about you for a moment.
What project are you currently working on?
Christina: I am currently working on a Western set in Kansas called Derailed by Love. I hope to create a series influenced by Three Billy Goats’ Gruff.
Sounds like an awesome undertaking. Thanks for the visit, Christina.
If you’d like to win her latest book, Captain of Her Heart, please leave a comment and we’ll add your name to our drawing.
Sold into slavery by her jealous sisters, Ada finds herself captive on the ship of a Greek merchant. Expecting a harsh new master, she’s surprised to find the captain compassionate—and attractive. Yet she can’t fall for the man who owns her—not when she watched her enslaved mother pine after her unyielding father.
Nicolaus only wants to rescue the beautiful, mistreated woman from the auction block. He plans to free Ada, just as soon as he secures his inheritance. Which means racing the ship back to his homeland to best his brother. If he loses, all his cargo will be forfeited—including Ada. But as perilous storms reveal her courage and grace, the question becomes, can his heart stand to let her go?
When she was younger, Christina Rich tried to dig herself to China, loved Three Billy Goats Gruff, and had an obsession with maps. She gave up her dig to China but still jumps at the chance to travel even if it’s just down the road. She loves watching modern takes of fairy tales and mythologies on the big screen and still has a huge obsession with maps. The older the better.
Born and raised in Kansas, where she currently lives with her husband and children, Christina loves to read stories with happily ever afters, research, take photos, knit scarves, dig into her ancestry, fish, visit the ocean, write stories with happily ever afters and talk about her family and Jesus.