Trennis' novels have a touch of mystery, romance, suspense, adventure and inspiration.

 Trennis' non-fiction books include self-help, commentaries, bibles, addiction and more.

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Novel Awkward Homecoming


Awkward Homecoming

Returning Home Series #1

Boom! Pain! Blackness!

After an RPG attack on their barracks in Afghanistan, corpsmen, Amber Fox and Luke Owens wake up in an Army hospital in Germany.

Thus, begins a four-month recovery for both of them. Amber lost her left leg below the knee. Luke’s left ankle was so shattered they had to fuse it so he would only be able to walk with a brace.

Amber is from the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri. Her parents own a Bed and Breakfast. Holly, her sister who is 8 years older, has bullied her all her life. Amber joined the Army to get away from Holly and an ex-fiancé. While recovering at the hospital, Amber’s parents are killed in a car accident. The Bed and Breakfast will now be owned by her and her sister. How will she be able to work with Holly? Can she handle the business?

Luke is from California and joined the Army to get away from his two stepbrothers, mom and an ex-fiancée. Luke has decided not to go back to his home but where can he go? 

Amber and Luke are building a relationship during their hospital recovery. Since Luke has nowhere to go when he gets out, Amber invites Luke to come home with her to her parents’ B&B.

Together Amber and Luke face challenges – recovery, running the Bed and Breakfast, dealing with Holly, being run off the road, lost treasure, possibly being murdered and building their relationship.

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Non-Fiction Revelation: New Study Bible Commentary



Revelation: The Easy Study Bible Commentary

Not for scholars but for anyone who struggles to understand the New Testament!

The Easy Study Bible Commentary takes The Easy Study Bible Diagramed and examines, describes and expounds upon each New Testament book, chapter by chapter, paragraph by paragraph, verse by verse and finally phrase by phrase.

In my many years of Bible study, I have found this arrangement to be the easiest to follow and understand.

I have done my best to write this commentary with the idea in mind of making it easier for you to understand and therefore apply the great teachings that God gave to each of us through the various books of the New Testament.

At the end of each section that we study, I will give you what I call my Greek Paraphrase. What I do is to take all of the expanded Greek definitions and put them together to help us better understand the passage.

This will be in E-Book and Paperback

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