Gypsy's Game

Christian Books, General Fiction, Romance

By Delia Latham

Publisher : White Rose Publishing

ABOUT Delia Latham

Delia Latham
DELIA LATHAM enjoys multiple roles as Christian wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend, but especially loves being a princess daughter to the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. She's got a thing for Dr. Pepper, and enjoys interacting with her readers. You can contact her through her More...



Gypsy Lovell stands to inherit an enormous amount of money from a father who never gave her anything but a ridiculous name. Even now, he doesn’t make it easy. A stipulation in the man’s will demands that Gypsy be married in order to claim what is hers.


Desperate for the monetary windfall that could save her ailing mother’s life, Gypsy visits a Christian dating agency, hoping to find a temporary husband. Someone easy to handle for the required six months, and easy to get rid of when she no longer needs him.

Jal Garridan is neither of those things, but he's willing to take on the challenge presented by the beautiful stranger—on his own terms.

What Gypsy doesn’t know is that Solomon’s Gate is a dating agency with a Divine connection. What she finds there may save more than her mother’s life. It could very well save her soul.

Readers Favorite
5-star review

This book was so hard for me to put down that I read it straight through right up to the climactic ending. I would be hard pressed as to which of the books in this series I think is the best as they are all excellent, but I think Gypsy’s Game is my favorite. I feel the book can be read as a standalone but for better understanding I feel one needs to read all three. Highly recommended for everyone.

Reviewed by Lynn Fowlston
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5-star review
Gypsy’s Game reminded me of why I became a writer. To entertain people who like to read and that’s just what Ms. Latham does in this book.

Reviewed by Lillian Duncan
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Novel Books

I recommend Gypsy’s Game by Delia Latham for readers who enjoy Christian inspirational romance touched by angel’s wings.

Reviewed by Janalyn Voigt
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There is nothing not to like about this book. The pages turn by themselves as the story unfold in glorious technicolour. Seriously, technicolour. This one pulls you in and leaves you wanting more.

The World Can Wait
Clare Revell
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This story was so full of the love and understanding mercy that can come only from God, that my heart was warmed with every word Jal spoke.
Donna B. Snow
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[...there are spiritually supernatural elements to this book....angel appearances and the beating of angel wings. Since I'm a believer in angels, I loved those parts of the books!]

The Character Therapist
Jeanne Mood Campbell
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...well written and an enjoyable read.
Sandra Ardoin
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Faith, Fiction, and Unvarnished Truth 

Gypsy's Game, a novel written by Delia Latham, is out of this world.

Deborah K. Anderson
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Book three in the Solomon's Gate series is not your usual Christian Romance. Gypsy knows the game's rules. Rules wanting to take her places she has no intention of ever going, but she desperately needs the prize of the game. It's the exceptions to the rules that get Gypsy. Things she didn't expect and which make her spin in circles of questions, disbelief and despair. Can she believe a Heavenly Father or an earth-bound man's love-both of whom understand one angelic messenger?
Jude Urbanski 

Gypsy's Game was well written and sent me on the highs and lows that I expect from a good book.
Ginger Solomon

Delia, I love, love, love this story.  I began reading it in the early evening and finished at about 2:00 a.m.!  GOOD JOB, GIRL!
Shirley Scott, Oklahoma


OMG! I didn't put that book down till almost 12:30 this morning! Then I was reading while eating breakfast & even picked up my Nook to read a couple of paragraphs in Gypsy when a light turned red as I reached it. I’m enjoying it so much, but will hate to see it end.  But it’s probably a good thing.  I haven’t gotten much done since I first picked up Destiny’s Dream.  Get busy, girl!  I need more reading material! 
Vicki Anslinger, California  

Oh, my how I love this book--even the second time around. Yes, I just read Gypsy's Game for the second time, but not the last. This is one of the best books I have ever read. I love the way Jal expresses his love to Gypsy, so like Christ loves us unconditionally. And I love the way the book does not waste a lot of space describing scenery or having characters go on long "thinking journeys". There is so much interaction and dialogue between Jal and Gypsy and the story is so beautiful that I never want it to end. The best of the three in the Solomon's Gate series. Love, love, love it. Do not hesitate to purchase.

K. Bennefield
5 stars (Amazon review)