No Eye Has Seen Series – 20th Century Historical Fiction

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Book Release Party Details!

On April 18, 2021, we will gather online and in person to celebrate the official release of both No Eye Has Seen books! Please join me and my group of supporters for fun trivia games, prizes, select readings from each book and more! For updates on the party, how to enter giveaways and more, subscribe to my email list above.

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Book 1: Beyond the Valley

Readers are drawn to powerful parallels in Lydia’s journey of finding God’s truth and purpose—despite her isolated upbringing.

Is the stranger beyond the forest’s edge the answer to Lydia’s prayers or the reason Mama has hidden her from the world since birth?

For almost seventeen years, Lydia and her mama have served God by caring for the land and animals in the Valley. Other humans are no longer needed and only bring pain, war, and suffering. But one evening, all that changes when Mama is away to deliver offerings. Lydia encounters a man inside the forest who says that his family lives in the mining town of French Corral on the other side of the mountain.

Shocked to learn Lydia knows nothing of the outside world, the man promises to find the truth behind her isolated life. But she must keep their meeting a secret from Mama—for their protection.

Then tragedy forces Lydia into the world beyond the Valley, and she must learn how to make a new life and trust God in ways she never imagined.


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This is a story of much more than self-discovery, well-crafted prose, romance and historical fiction. ~ Christina Ivazes, Youth Mentor and Writer

This book is beautifully written. It has a plot that keeps pulling you along. ~ Terry Houchin, Author

Lydia lives in a half-real, half-fantasy world of her mother’s invention, hidden in a tranquil valley. Horses run off and disappear beyond its boundaries. Shadowy figures visit. Increasingly, Lydia suspects the existence of a more populated world beyond, but no one comes to clue her in or take her there until tragedy strikes. Intriguing from the first page, this historical novel takes the reader on an unforgettable journey of romance and discovery. I thoroughly enjoyed every chapter. ~ Dana Sudboro, member of Inspire Christian Writers, Author, and Professor at Epic Bible College

We get to discover faith, love, and family through her eyes. It’s as bumpy a ride for her as it can be for us. I especially enjoy Lydia’s faltering attempts to describe San Francisco. The period comes through in vivid detail, but King is at her best when showing us the small moments when faith and love are born, challenged, and strengthened. ~ Ricky Charlet, member of Inspire Christian Writers

Book 2: Below the Mountain

Turmoil, tragedy, and temptation threaten to destroy the very foundations of the life Dylan Prescot has built for himself and Lydia.

Overwhelmed by the demands and unexpected challenges of running a sheep ranch in 1906 Penn Valley, California, Dylan and Lydia Prescot’s marriage is hanging on by a thread. When the couple journey to San Francisco to reignite their marriage and seek answers about Lydia’s heritage, a city-wide disaster separates them while at opposite ends of the city.

Uncertain of the other’s fate, Dylan and Lydia must overcome emotional and physical obstacles to find each other again. Will an unlikely source of hope be the answer to their prayers and give them another chance at a life together before the city destroys them from the inside out?


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Critique Group Responses

…the tension is built throughout…a breakthrough for the whole family rising above the “things that are seen” to “the things that are unseen.”

…fabulously romantic. Great scene setting and word-painting.

…I’m still floating along like a leaf on this river of misunderstanding hoping for the moment that light starts to shine. Superb storytelling.

…you feel for Dylan and his inner turmoil. Between his mom, the town gossip, Pete and Lydia’s distant manners, where does he stand?

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