“Kathryn Sue Moore’s inspiring debut, Angel Beneath My Wheels, is brimming with romance, passion, and heart. With a spunky protagonist who can turn heads and change carburetors—how cool is that?!—Christian romance readers and NASCAR fans will flock to this charming, uplifting novel.” ~ Lori Nelson Spielman, best-selling author of The Life List and Sweet ForgivenessAngel Beneath My Wheels takes you on an ages old journey of the potential to discover trust and healing.” ~ Billy E. Mauldin Jr., President and CEO, Motor Racing Outreach“Having been married for more than 40 years, and having ministered to late-stage cancer patients for more than 10 years, I had thought that perhaps my heart might have lost its ability to be moved and made emotionally vulnerable. Angel Beneath My Wheels reminded me of the sweetness and innocence of “first love.” My heart was touched by this story and I believe yours will be too.” ~ Rev. Dr. Michael Barry, author of A Reason for Hope, A Season for Hope, The Art of Caregiving and The Forgiveness ProjectBeneath his playboy façade, NASCAR driver Luke Brandt yearns for family. Rachel Tate, an inventive, purity-ring-wearing mechanical engineer, wants to prove herself in a male dominated industry. When Luke outbids Rachel on the only muscle cars she could use to test her new vapor-fueled engine, she writes him off. But Luke’s gentle ways and country charm may win her over — if his past doesn’t push her away. As Rachel begins to touch Luke’s heart, he’s haunted by memories of the mother who abandoned him as a boy. With an intense trust that God will lead her steps, Rachel perseveres, and her innocence and grace breach Luke’s defenses. As they join forces to bring her remarkable invention to market, their love and lives are threatened by the iron-tight grip that “Big Oil” holds over the auto industry. Will Rachel hold on to her values? And will Luke realize his final happiness must come through faith in the One who has always loved him … and always will?
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I feel I should preface this with an apology because while I love creating pretend characters and my trademark is likely to be a heart wrenching introductory first-person prologue from my lead, I find describing myself quite tedious. I’m just not all that interesting. But hey, I’ll give it a shot. (big breath) So, here goes…An avid lifelong lover of the written word, I read at least a book or two a week, and on a really great vacation, five to seven. When I’m not working, volunteering, reading or writing, I spend my free time enjoying the outdoors with my family, alternating between our home in southwest Michigan, a tiny rustic hunting cabin in Colorado and every once in a while, when we’re blessed with means, a Spring break vacation in the Caribbean.I have a couple of published magazine articles to my credit and a B.S. from Purdue University where I studied IT, engineering and chemistry. That’s right, science. Nothing even remotely related to writing or language arts. But oh, this is good. When I was in college, I had a freshman English class where just about every paper I turned in came back with an A- and a comment like “did you write this?” or something to that effect. After several of these and because there was very little red ink elsewhere, I questioned the minus and the professor’s only response, after I assured him I wrote it, was to change it to an A. Maybe I should have listened to what he didn’t say.My stories are contemporary character driven tales of normal every-day people and the challenges we all face in real life: love, friendship, parenthood, morality, mortality, compassion and faith. My favorite novels are those that reach down deep into my whole heart and soul, make me laugh, and cry. And those are the types of stories I want to write. Stories that touch people’s lives. I want my reader to feel better, be better, love better, because they read my words and took them to heart. I want to inspire, to comfort and to breathe faith and hope into anyone who may despair that they’re alone in this world.