He was supposed to be her prince charming. Marriage was supposed to be her happily ever after.
It was all a lie.
After discovering the betrayal of her fairytale, Carly Carrington must find the resolve to piece
her splintered life back together. With the help of her closest friend and the affection from an
unexpectedly charismatic man, she finds herself on a path not-so-easily taken.
Love is a four letter word to Campbell Williams. Growing up as an orphaned foster child,
Campbell avoided situations that could hand her even more loss. Coming to the rescue of her friend,
Carly, she quickly finds herself in need of being saved herself, but will she allow herself to accept the
lifeline from the one man brave enough to take her on?
Both battle the challenges thrown at them to protect their battered hearts, but when the fear
finally fades, will love deliver them from evil?
Deliver Her from Evil is an adult contemporary novel and is not intended for younger readers due to
Colorado native M.L. Steinbrunn is new to the professional literary community, but has been in love with the world of fictional characters and plot twists since she was a child. Writing short stories and reading anything she could get her hands on, it could be argued that her hobby borders on an obsession.
She works full-time as a middle school and high school educator and coach in rural Colorado where she and her husband are raising their three young children. Through education she has enjoyed guiding others on their paths and helping students build their stories. After countless evenings of discussing story ideas, it was her husband who encouraged her to follow her own path and publish her first novel.
She recently published her debut romance novel Forgive Us Our Trespasses, which was released in March of 2014. It is the first in a series of intertwined stand-alone novels. Book two, Lead Him Not Into Temptation will be released in August of 2014.
In her free time M.L. enjoys travelling, Amazon one-clicking, watching movies, chauffeuring her children to their one and half million activities, and people watching.
She would like to add a big thank you to everyone that has been overwhelmingly supportive of this incredibly scary yet exciting journey.