Janie De Coster writes not only to entertain but educate as her topics shine a light on issues of today's society such as Mental Illness, Domestic Abuse, Infidelity, and Low Self-Esteem. She has penned several novels in various genres such as Women's Fiction, Christian Fiction, Interracial Romance and Paranormal.
Her Contemporary Christian Fiction novel When The Vows Break has been on Amazon Best Seller List and featured in several Book Clubs.
In her spare time, she likes to travel, shop, and spend quality time with her husband and family. She is also a collector of anything pertaining to elephants.
Janie De Coster's Contact Information is listed below.sweetsmells2003.wix.com/janie-decoster
About her book, When The Vows Break
Yasmin Lewis finds herself in love with a married man but not your ordinary married man. He is Pastor Sidney Teal, a fine and prominent leader of the megachurch, Holy Word Holiness, with a membership of thousands. Pastor Teal treats her well in and out of bed. However, Yasmin knows he will never be hers, and she longs for more.
More comes in the form of sexy, successful, and single Ambrose Hunter, a man who's willing and able to give her the kind of life she knows she deserves. Yasmin's sins catch up with her when Ambrose finds out she is not only seeing another man behind his back but a man of the cloth at that.
Now Yasmin's world spins out of control. Will she be able to redeem herself and find forgiveness in When The Vows Break?
Become a Member. It's FREE!
Copyright 2010-2024 Urban Books Authors & Writers of America All Rights Reserved
"Thank you Ubawa's Bestsellers for the endless opportunities you provide for authors like myself. It is much appreciated." -Morenike' Matoy, author of ‘A Taste of Insanity’
"I just want to send a special thanks to UBAWA. It means a lot to me to have your support and assistance as an author. Y'all didn't know me from a can of paint yet you were willing to create awareness about me and my book. So I just want to say thanks so much!" --Kennedee Devoe, ‘Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right…it Makes Us Even’