Biography

Nancy Rue

Nancy Rue is the bestselling author of more than 100 books for teens, tweens and adults, two of which have won Christy Awards. Nancy is also a popular speaker and radio guest due to her expertise in tween, teen and young women's issues. She and her husband, Jim, have raised a daughter of their own and now share their Tennessee lake home with two yellow labs.

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Books by Nancy Rue

by Rebecca St. James and Nancy Rue - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction

Tara Faulkner and Seth Grissom grew up next door to each other in Savannah’s historic district. Their parents are best friends. They finish each other’s sentences all the time. Their fairytale wedding is a foregone conclusion...until Tara discovers another side to Seth three weeks before the wedding. Reality has crashed in on Tara’s fairytale --- but hope will lead her to a future she couldn’t have planned for herself.

by Nancy Rue - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction

In this final book of The Reluctant Prophet series, Allison Chamberlain receives the divine Nudge to Go another mile. She finds herself caring for a very young prostitute and facing the deepest roots of evil. Despite the adversaries who threaten those closest to her, Allison finds that she has not gone far enough until she conquers hate and learns to love as God does.

by Nancy Rue - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction

Allison is already taking care of five former prostitutes, trying to adopt an orphan, and helping a woman who's been raped. Along the way, she experiences unexpected dismounts, as every Harley owner who risks the ride eventually does. As she picks herself up again and again, Allison realizes that some are guilty of terrible wrongs --- but everyone must be responsible for righting them.

by Nancy Rue - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction

Forty-something Allison Chamberlain has a divine nudge to buy a Harley motorcycle and go wherever it takes her. Soon she finds herself in the darkest corners of society, bringing home drug-addicted prostitutes and pointing out the narrow fears of her church group. Along the way, she learns the heartache of the very poor --- and how healing can come through the voice of God and those who follow it.