Author Interview with Anne Perreault

Introducing Multi-genre, Multi-published Christian Author Anne Perreault


Anne's Biography:


Anne Perreault was born and raised in Germany. By the time she was 14 years old, her family moved to Dubai, UAE. While living in this exotic place, she traveled extensively to various countries around the world. After graduating from an American boarding school in Austria, she attended college in England, where she met her husband. She graduated from New England College with a degree in biology and settled down in Connecticut. Anne became a horseback riding instructor as well as a certified therapeutic riding instructor. She and a group of friends started a therapeutic riding center in Bristol, CT. During that time, Anne also received a master’s degree in secondary education and began to homeschool her three children. While raising their three children, she began to write an inspirational story primarily for her daughter.

Anne, her husband, and two of their grown children now reside in Southern Vermont, where they are building their home. Besides writing, Anne enjoys reading, spending time with her husband, grown children, and grand-dogger.


Let's celebrate Anne's brand new release called For Better or For Worse!


For Better or For Worse Book Description:

Cady McClintoch’s sheltered existence was thrown into glorious disarray when she met Grant.

Now married to him, she moves to Montana to start a new life. Settling into the role as wife, Cady soon learns that not everything goes the way she has planned. Grant's past has a way of making things difficult. She questions his love for her and struggles to overcome her own insecurities.

Grant McClintoch is a man of God with his share of demons to conquer. Overcoming the loss of his first wife and daughter, he works hard to reassure Cady that she is more than enough for him. Wanting her to spread her wings, yet being overly protective of her, is a real dilemma.

When unspeakable tragedy strikes, changing their lives forever, their commitment is tested.

Can God teach them a deeper love for each other?

Is their love strong enough to survive for better or for worse?</