From the Author
Like most people whoread White Knight, I wasn't a big Blaine fan, but the more I "followed himaround," the more I knew all was not as he portrayed it to be. By the end, this Christian romance novel hit homeon so many levels for me--trying to be someone I'm not, trying to squelch feelings soothers don't know just how badly I'm hurting, and not realizing others arehurting as much as they are.
The "sermon" of this one is, I think, the core ofChristianity--really loving eachother. Not just your significant otherbut your friends as well. Being therefor each other, just like it says in Thessalonians"encourage oneanother." The idea that as Christians weare called to give courage to one another is the cornerstone of thisinspirational romance novel . It is alesson I think more of us Christians could stand to learn.