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Publication Order of Lights of Acadia Books

Publication Order of The Orchard House Bed and Breakfast Books

Where Grace Appears (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Where Hope Begins (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Where Love Grows (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Where Memories Await (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Where Dreams Reside (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Where Faith Belongs (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon
Where Promises Remain (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Freedom's Ring (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Hidden Side (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Edge of Mercy (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Tea Chest (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Orchard House (2021)Description / Buy at Amazon
Hope Beyond the Waves (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon

Heidi Chiavaroli is a women’s fiction author who combines her love of literature and history as she pens some very popular split-time stories. She loves to call herself a grace clinger, runner, and writer that loves to spend hours exploring places full of historical secrets.
Just like many authors writing stories is something that Chiavaroli loved to do. When she was in the third grade, she embarked on her fiction writing career when she panned “I’d Cross the Desert for Milk,” a short story.

Nonetheless, she would get sidetracked by professional and family life over the years. It would be several years before she once again came back to writing to pursue what she believed at the time was a foolish dream.

Chiavaroli published “Freedom Ring,” her debut novel in 2017, and has never looked back since. The novel went on to become a very popular work as it was a Top Ten Romance on Booklist, a Top Pick on Romantic Times, and a Carol and Christy Award finalist.

While it had been years since she wrote stories, the itch to write never left even if she was distracted by all manner of things. It was at a time when Chiavaroli had just gotten her second child and also had an active toddler on her hands.

She took advantage of her kid’s naptime and secretly pursued her endeavor on her laptop. She would eventually join the American Christian Fiction Writers and through the organization, she entered the Genesis contest for unpublished authors in 2006.

Still, it was not an easy road as even though he got no response to her first query, she never gave up. Heidi just could not imagine not writing and joining several critique groups, she continued learning the craft of writing and accumulated the requisite rejections.
In 2010, she won a scholarship and was invited to the ACFW national conference. It is there that she met abnd befriended some amazing women who were also aspiring novelists.

In 2014, she was the winner of the Genesis contest in the Historial Category and ultimately landed an agent. Even though Heidi Chiavaroli managed to get an agent things did not change much as she continued to amass rejection after rejection.

Heidi Chiavaroli believes she had penned as much work as a master’s degree student by the time she was writing her sixth manuscript. With so much work having been put into her writing, she would not give up.
Her agent loved her sixth manuscript but she asked her to make several revisions. She used to wake up at 4 am to write and edit and used her days to homeschool her children.

When her agent announced that she was leaving the publishing house she knew that only making her manuscript the best it was was what would determine whether the agency kept or dropped her.

By this time, she was working at Walmart part-time, and hence she used to work feverishly and got very little sleep until she produced her manuscript.

Heidi still remembers the giddy feeling when her husband informed her that her agent had left a message saying she had received a contract offer. She published “Freedom’s Ring” her debut novel in 2017.

She currently makes her home in Massachusetts, alongside her husband and two kids. When she is not writing her novels, she can be found baking, hiking, running, and going on dates with her husband.

“Where Grace Appears” by Heidi Chiavaroli is the story of Josie Martin. Since she does not want to be duped by her handsome professor of psychology, she went back to Maine and will not admit how foolish she had been to the people closest to her.

The one-year anniversary of her father’s death is on the horizon and she decided to find solace in Tripp Colton, an old friend. She also dives into a new business to prove to her loved ones and herself that despite overwhelming failure, she is still capable of being successful.

At some point, she announces that she will be quitting college where she was doing her master’s so that she can help her mother achieve her lifelong dream. The whole family supports her decision to open a small bed and breakfast in the mold of “Orchard House” by Louisa May Alcott.

Even Tripp thinks it is a good idea to restore the ancient Victorian home that once belonged to her aunt. However, things will change as their fledgling relationship and friendship come under threat following some unexpected news.
As summer turns into fall, she finds herself struggling with her feelings for Tripp, mistakes she is unable to run away from, and decisions about her future.

Heidi Chiavaroli’s novel “Where Hope Begins” is the story of Maggie Acker, a woman that always dreamed of having her own family. She finally got with Josh a hardworking and handsome husband with two twin boys from a failed marriage.
She now intends to do her best to be the mother and wife Josh’s former wife never could be. But she blames herself when one of the boys has a health scare that is near fatal and then gets a diabetes diagnosis. She thinks she should have been more careful to notice the signs sooner.

As the family adapts to the diabetes diagnosis, she fights to get back control even while Josh her husband is going through a major career change. All these things are threatening to tear their marriage apart. Maggie’s family decides to step in by paying for Maggie, Josh, and the kids to go on a vacation.

But while on vacation, they have a huge argument and soon after, they get some bad news about their son. Maggie’s dream of family and love seems to be disappearing right in front of her eyes.
It makes for an intriguing story as Maggie tries to find hope, home, and love, which always seem too far.

“Where Love Grows” by Heidi Chiavaroli tells of Lizzie Martin. She is a quiet and shy woman who holds a part-time job working as a music teacher and on the side, helps to run her family’s bed and breakfast.

Her biggest dream is to one day record the many songs she has in her heart. Sometimes, she has dreams of one day going on a date with the handsome man that has made a habit of paying for her coffee at the drive-through coffee shop.
But when she is finally connected with her dream man, she finds that he nothing like she imagined.

Asher Hill is a wheelchair-bound man that owns an extreme sports company worth millions and is also a former triathlon champion. Given his current physical status, he loves to spend hours in his truck pretending to still be the physically fit athlete he used to be.
Lizzie cannot reconcile the image of the man in the drive-through with the man she finally met. He is an off-putting and brusque man and what she feels toward him is pity rather than attraction.

However, over time she senses a tenderness underneath the hardened shell e loves to hide beneath.

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One Response to “Heidi Chiavaroli”

  1. CHERI MATYJASZEK: 6 months ago

    I have just found your book. I love them. They give me peace in my storm.
    I’m a 70 year old woman, with MS and now strokes are hitting me often.
    When I was 50 my husband of 33 years left me. Our children we raised and I was alone. God held me close and help me go on.
    At 55 I met a man that was wonderful, we married, and 1 year and 9 months later he died.
    I look to God for my peace and hope as I travel my life a lone.
    Perseverance drives me everyday. I once was a designer of clothing, and many weddings. In my later years I became a designer of quilts. My first neurologist told me to sew a block a day. It has helped me so much.
    Not a Hallmark movie, but stitching words together would make a good book.
    Please keep writing.
    Cheri

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