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Juliette Duncan Books

The Potter's House Paperback Collection

The Potter's House Paperback Collection

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This special bundle contains all 9 books in The Potter's House Series (Stories of Hope, Redemption, and Second Chances) by USA Today Bestselling Christian romance author Juliette Duncan's in three paperback omnibuses. 

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"This series is full of God's love, healing, and redemption. Each and every book is a delight to read." Faith D

This series is perfect for you if you enjoy:

✅ Clean Christian romance that uplifts your heart and soul

✅ Realistic stories with flawed characters in need of God's love

✅ A small-town setting with a supportive community

"This is a wonderful collection to read!!! The characters become real people and you can't wait to see what happens next!!!" Reader review

"This series was delightful. It is so refreshing to read so many things about living a godly life. The life stories are riveting and hold your attention they are so well written. All the stories in this collection blessed me on so many levels. God is good!" Jana G

Juliette Duncan offers her readers Love in the true form, God is love and this series brings Him to forefront of the books! I have thoroughly enjoyed each story! Entertaining characters, clean romance, love stories, intriguing storylines and the Gospel is included in each book. Give them a read you will not regret it!" Phyl 

Books included in the Bundle:

  • Blessings of Love
  • The Homecoming
  • Unchained
  • The Hope We Share
  • When Love Abounds
  • Love's Healing Touch
  • Melody of Love
  • Whispers of Hope
  • Promise of Peace

Main Tropes

  • Clean Christian Romances
  • Heartwarming and inspiring
  • No bad language or uncomfortable bedroom scenes


The Potter's House Series contains nine stories linked by theme. While each book stands alone, you'll be uplifted and encouraged, and left in awe of God's amazing grace and mercy. You'll laugh and cry as these stories 'touch your heart and soul', but most of all, you'll be blessed.

"I really enjoyed these books ,every emotion was covered ,
I don’t very often cry but I did at the end ,so heart warming, my only regret I’ve come to the end. Now looking for some more of Juliette’s books, being reminded of God’s love & His amazing grace" Kathleen D

  • She’s going on mission to help others. He’s going to win her heart.
  • Can she surrender a life of fame and fortune to find true love?
  • Imprisoned by greed – redeemed by love
  • Can the Master Potter work in Rachel and Andrew’s hearts and give them a second chance at love?
  • Can the Master Potter work in Megan’s heart and save her marriage?
  • A doctor in need of healing. A nurse in need of love.
  • She’s fleeing an abusive relationship, he’s grieving his wife’s death…
  • He’s struggling to accept his new normal. She’s losing her patience…
  • She’s disillusioned and troubled. He has a secret…


9 stories to 'touch your heart and soul'

"If you see Juliette Duncan’s name on a book, you should read it, because it will be great!" Gloria

Intro into Chapter One

Blessings of Love - Chapter One

Sydney, Australia

Scott Anderson checked his appearance in the mirror one last time before leaving the house and smiled at his reflection. No matter how many times his pastor reminded him that humility was a virtue, he knew the Lord had blessed him.

Especially today.

Not only had hebeen blessed with good looks and intelligence, but he’d just received the promotion he’d been working for for months. At twenty-four he was the youngest employee at Jennings Engineering to ever hold a position of this calibre. Today was indeed a good day.

The perfect day to propose to Skye.

Scott been dating the pastor’s daughter long enough to know that she was The One. Bright, bubbly and committed to her nursing career, not to mention, drop-dead gorgeous, Skye complemented him perfectly.

Although he knew she sometimes questioned the depth of his faith, he thought she had enough for both of them. Not that he wasn’t a committed Christian, he reminded himself as he left the house and climbed into his Mazda MX-5 GT convertible he’d recently bought. Sure, maybe he could do more for his community, but he was a busy man. He’d worked hard to get where he was. You didn’t graduate as a civil engineer with honours by resting on your laurels, but God had rewarded him today. He might not be the perfect Christian, but at least he wasn’t a hypocrite.

Like his father.

One of the things Scott loved about Skye was that she was so refreshingly honest. She walked her talk, and he admired her devotion to others less fortunate than herself, even if he did sometimes think she was a bit naive. Like right now, for instance, she’d been talking about going on a mission trip.

A mission trip!

He shook his head and glanced down at the little package on the seat next to him. Hopefully this will take her mind off it. The box contained the most beautiful platinum and diamond engagement ring he could find. If he was going to propose, he was going to do it in style.

* * *

Skye Matthews glanced at the clock and rubbed her hands together nervously. Scott would be here for dinner any minute and her stomach fizzed with anxiety at the thought of telling him her news—and what she wanted from him. Please Lord, soften his heart, she prayed softly under her breath as she fingered the cross neckla ce hanging around her neck.She loved Scott, she really did, and she knew her friends were envious that she was dating the most eligible bachelor, not just at church, but probably in their entire hometown. Scott was the whole package—handsome, intelligent, ambitious, and he was a Christian. Well, he came to church most Sundays. He was always attentive and lavished her with flowers and jewelry. She had no doubt that life with himw ould be amazing. And yet, sometimes she couldn't help but feel he wasn't committed enough. Not to her, but to God. For how could a man truly cherish anyone else if his heart wasn’t fully open tothe greatest love of all? She knew Scott's work was important to him and it kept him busy, but even so, she had the niggling feeling that when it came right down to it, his faith wasn’t a priority. In fact, sometimes she sensed a cynicism and hardness of heart that grieved her. Still, she reminded herself, he hadn’t been raised in a loving family like she’d been. Being a pastor’s kid, she’d been surrounded by love all her life. Scott’s father professed to be a Christian, but it was well known that he was a bully. Scott rarely spoke about his father’s behaviour, but Skye was sure that’s what had hardened his heart. She truly believed that this trip could be just what Scott needed to open his heart to a life of faith and purpose.

God, You’ve just got to convince him to go.

It wouldn’t be easy, but Skye knew one thing. She was going—with or without Scott Anderson.

* * *

Scott flicked a small piece of fluff from his trousers as he stood anxiously on the doorstep of the cottage Skye shared with her friend, Fleur, waiting for her to answer. When the door opened, her bright, pretty face beamed at him in a smile that sent his senses spinning.

“Wow, Skye, you look gorgeous. Hot pink looks great on you.” Her hot pink jump suit matched her bright personality.

Skye flushed coyly, as he knew she would, and stood on tiptoe to kiss him lightly on the cheek.

He squeezed her hand and inhaled her sweet perfume, and the aroma ofsomething delicious cooking inside.“ Something smell snice,” he said as he followed her in.

“I've made your favourite.” She gave another smile, but he thought he detected a flash of nervousness in her eyes.

Does she know I’m about to propose? He fingered the ring box in his pocket, imagining her face when she opened it.

“Beef and mushroom pie?” he asked casually.“

"Exactly that. Sit down, it won't be long.” Skye disappeared into the kitchen as he sat at the beautifully set table and glanced around the room. It was decorated simply, with just a touch of fresh femininity. Skye had only moved out from her parents’ home a year ago and now shared with a friend from her Bible study group, but Scott knew the decor was thoroughly Skye’s work. She would create a beautiful home for them both to live in, he mused.

His stomach was just beginning to rumble when she brought in the pie and vegetables, which looked and smelled delicious. “What’s for dessert?” he teased, thinking about the ring in his pocket and wishing he’d taken advice on what was ‘proper’ on these occasions.

Propose after dinner, before dessert? Or after they’d finished eating altogether? And when should he tell her about his promotion?

“Let’s see if you can finish your pie first,” Skye teased back.

They chatted easily throughout dinner, although once again Scott thought he detected a hint of nerves in Skye’s demeanour. As he swallowed his last piece of pie, she laid her knife and fork on her plate slowly, and he realised she’d barely touched her own dinner.

“Scott,” she said gently, raising her gaze to meet his, “there's something I need to tell you.”

“Good news o rbad?” he asked in a light tone, though he was beginning to wonder if something was wrong.

“Good, I hope.”

“Let's hear it.”

Her gaze penetrated him like a laser. “You remember that mission trip to build houses in Burkina Faso I was talking to you about a few weeks ago?”

He nodded slowly as dread seeped through him.

“Well, it’s definitely going ahead, and I've decided to go,” she continued brightly.

Scott opened his mouth to reply, but her words tumbled out.

“I’d really like you to come with me.” She grabbed his hand, her face filled with excitement. “It’d be such an amazing experience for us.”

He couldn’t believe it. Building houses in a country no one has heard of? And in Africa,of all places! He shook his head. “I can't take weeks off work, Skye.”

“It’s three months,” she said matter-of-factly. Both her smile and excitement faded fast.

He let out a heavy sigh. “I can't do it.”

Skye blinked as though she was holding back tears. “This is really important to me. The people over there need us. It’s a real opportunity for us to live out our faith, to walk in the footsteps of the Lord.” She smiled hopefully. “And it’s not forever. I’d really love us to do this together.”

Feeling a pang in his heart at the emotion in her voice, Scott moved his chair next to hers and squeezed her hand, the ring heavy in his pocket. “Skye,” he said,his tone soft, “I love you. I really want us to build a life together. In fact...” He went to reach into his pocket, but she cut him off, looking at him with eyes brimming with tears.

“I feel that way too, Scott. But I need to know you want the same things from life that I do. I’m definitely going on this trip, and I want you to be with me. If that’s not what you want, well, I don’t know how I feel about that.” She gulped. “About our future.”

Her words were like a blow to his heart when he realised what she was implying. His hand left his pocket with an empty palm. He felt like crying himself. Faced with the prospect of losing her, his promotion all of a sudden seemed less important.

But I've worked so hard! I can't give it all up to go on a mission trip!

His shoulders slumped. “I just don't know, Skye. It’s such a big step. After the three months, then what? The company won’t give me that much time off.”

And I was planning on saving for the wedding of the century.

She squeezed his hand, her expression brightening. “Isn’t that the beauty of it, though? To follow our hearts and see where the Lord takes us?”

He wanted to tell her that he didn’t have that much faith, but if their relationship was going to survive, he had to keep his mouth shut. Instead, he simply asked, “Can I think about it at least? Give me a few days?”

“Of course, but don’t leave it too long.”

Although she still looked upset, there was a new determination in her voice.

Later that night, lying in his bed and remembering that determination, Scott prayed with an urgency he hadn’t felt for a long time, but he prayed mainly that Skye would change her mind about going on the mission trip, because the prospect of him going wasn’t even an option.

* * *

Just a few blocks away, Skye prayed fervently that Scott would make the right decision.

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    Blessings of Love

    Skye Matthews, a devoted nurse and pastor's daughter, is in love with Scott Anderson, the town's most eligible bachelor. Although he treats her well, Skye worries about his commitment to God. She suggests a mission trip to Burkina Faso, jeopardizing Scott's career plans. As they grapple with this decision, their faith will be tested, and they'll confront unexpected truths.Will their love and faith withstand the trials ahead, guiding them toward God's plan for their lives?

  • The Homecoming

    Kayla McCormack, a music industry sensation with everything she desires, crosses paths with Dane Carmichael, a wounded war veteran dedicated to mentoring church teens. When Kayla returns home due to a family crisis, their connection rekindles. Dane's simple faith intrigues and unsettles her, prompting her to question her lifestyle. Meanwhile, she harbors a painful secret, struggling to forgive herself. As she's drawn closer to God, much like Dane's pottery work, she learns about His forgiving and loving nature.

  • Unchained

    Sally Richardson had it all – a devoted husband, two kids, a beautiful home, and a tight-knit community. But when her husband, Brad, is sentenced to five years in jail for fraudulent activities, Sally is devastated. How could she not have known about his deceit? Can she ever trust him again?
    Brad, now locked up with hardened criminals, seeks redemption through faith. Can he convince his family of his genuine remorse? As their perfect life crumbles, will they lose not only everything they held dear but each other as well?

  • The Hope We Share

    Rachel Jennings flees an unhealthy relationship and heads north with her son, Joshua. Arriving in the sleepy coastal town of Coral Bay, she hopes she can build a new life.
    Andrew Daley has travelled a similar road. Arriving at Coral Bay three years earlier, he’s since found peace and purpose amongst the caring group of Christians and is now trusting God with his future.
    Thrown together in a work situation, the pair become friends, but when she receives bad news from home, Rachel’s fledgling faith is challenged.
    Will she once again blame God? Can she open her heart fully and allow Him to give her a hope and a future? And can hers and Andrew’s relationship last the distance when they’re miles apart?

  • When Love Abounds

    Megan and Wes’s perfect marriage comes under fire when he begins working longer hours and she becomes irritable and needy.
    How can she lead a spiritual disciplines course in her women’s group at church when God seems so far away, and her spirit, so dry?
    Wes is doing his best for his family. He’s working long hours, but it’s only for a season.
    Why can’t Megan see that?
    Will their marriage survive when Megan seems so ambivalent? How has this happened when they’re the model couple at church? It doesn’t seem possible.
    Can God touch both their souls and save their marriage?

  • Love's Healing Touch

    After being betrayed by her husband and best friend, Melanie has finally found peace. She loves her new role as a midwife at the Coral Bay Memorial Hospital, and she feels blessed to have such a supportive group of friends at her local church.
    But they’re all married.
    That doesn’t worry her until she meets Dr. Sebastian Donohue.
    Seb has issues of his own. A widower raising a disabled son with the help of his mother, he’s juggling too many balls, and all is not well with his soul.
    Can God reach deep inside his heart and draw him back to the fold?
    Can Melanie learn to trust again after being so badly betrayed?

  • Melody of Love

    When Melody Grayson escapes a verbally and emotionally abusive relationship, she flees with her four-year-old son to her brother’s home in the seaside town of Windmaroo.
    Broken and scarred, she starts rebuilding her life amongst the tightly knit Christian community.
    And with the help of her brother’s best friend, Tim Rogers.

    Tim lost his wife and unborn child in a car accident four years earlier. He finds solace in surfing, and in his band, Heaven Bound. He’s still grieving his loss, but he knows that God has a plan for his life. When he meets Melody, he wonders if she might be part of it.
    When an awful accident occurs, Melody and Tim are thrust together, but can she learn to trust God and open her heart to love?

  • Whispers of Hope

    When Luke Grayson lost his leg in a shark attack, he also lost his faith.
    How could God have allowed this to happen?
    Now, he could lose everything – his wife, his children, his house, his job, simply because he’s in a miry pit of self-pity and depression he can’t climb out of.
    Twelve months after the attack, Rachel has reached the end of her tether. She’s been patient with her husband. She’s taken a job to pay the bills. She’s been mother and father to their two children. But she’s tired and doesn’t know how much longer she can continue.
    Why can’t Luke wear his prosthesis and get on with life?
    When she meets a woman on a desolate beach, she wonders if God has heard her prayers.
    Can Luke’s heart be healed, their marriage restored, and their faith renewed?

  • Promise of Peace

    When Hayley Fisher returns to Windmaroo after discovering her long-term boyfriend has cheated on her, she’s troubled and disillusioned.
    Not only has she failed in love, her artwork isn’t selling, the shack she’s living in is falling down, and her old van is dying. What more could go wrong?
    With little hope of involvement in his daughter’s life, Zach Donovan returns to Windmaroo to care for his aging grandparents. Although he’s made mistakes, he’s a Christian and he knows God’s forgiveness. But his life lacks something. Or someone.
    At Windmaroo’s Saturday markets, he bumps into his old school buddy, Hayley Fisher. Was this meeting orchestrated by God? Could she be the one he’s been waiting for?
    Will Hayley open her heart to God and allow Him to restore her life and give her peace Can Zach let go of the past and trust God with his future?