Author Jo Huddleston

Sweet Southern Romance

Saturday, January 19, 2019



Jo's "stories will enrich your life..."
--Deanna, a reader



Jo Stone Huddleston
Hey, there. So glad you came by to visit!

I write sweet Southern romance novels set mostly in the American South in the 1950s, and inspirational nonfiction. In my novels, I hope you will find inspiration and a gentle--yet compelling--story that is intriguing and entertaining. About my nonfiction books, a reader wrote that I offer spiritual tonic and hope.

The beach is my favorite vacation spot. I like to laugh with people but not at people. I don't like to see or hear about people or animals being abused. I'm a spectator fan of several sports, my favorite being tennis. I don't like being in the dark and am fearful of snakes!

My West Virginia Mountains series, my endearing Caney Creek series, and my standalone novels and novellas are all sweet Southern mid-20th-century romance stories.

Check out what's happening here. My Sweet Southern Romance novels and inspirational nonfiction books are shown in the right sidebar. I hope you get hours of enjoyment while reading my books. Details can be found on my Books page.

You can read more of what people say about my books by clicking Testimonials tab at the top of the page. Read free the beginning of my novels and novellas by clicking the First Chapters tab. Get two free eBooks at the Freebies tab. Again thanks for coming by. I'd love to hear from you.

Below is a bit about my newest novella release. Scroll beyond that information and you'll find posts from a blog about Christian authors and their books. The blog is no longer active; however, you can read the posts and perhaps learn about Christian fiction you'd like to read. The giveaway contests are all closed.


New Release!

 5 stars"A Story worth Reading!"
--Amazon Reader Review


A Novella

It would take a miracle to
restore her trust in men.

When Mary Ann Williams was a teenager, her daddy fell from the lofty pedestal on which she had placed him. It will take a miracle to restore her trust in him and all men.

Orphaned Doug Palmer searched for a somewhere and a someone. When he enlisted, the U.S. Marine Corps became his somewhere. But until he met Mary Ann he’d never known anyone he wanted for his someone.

Proving himself trustworthy to Mary Ann will be a monumental task hindered by a roadblock named Roxie.

In spite of the possibility that Doug might be her prince charming, Mary Ann's shredded and bruised heart is not easily given away. She must believe Doug's words more than Roxie's or Mary Ann's fairy tale will disappear.


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