Someone So Right

About Kay

Kay Henley-Richardson is an accomplished poet.  Her poems were turned into inspirational greeting cards, and produced in a unique prayer cards gift box, by Books are Fun in 2005.  The gift box was distributed in the US and Canada. Kay continues to write poetry having self-published several cards, posters and bookmarks sold at various tradeshows. She enjoys serving at her church, in her sorority and on several non-profit Boards. Kay finds contentment in writing, traveling and spending time with family and friends. 

Prepare to be deeply moved by Someone So Right,  where the intertwining paths of Myles and Kayla converge in a tale of unwavering faith and unexpected love. As they navigate the challenges of later life, both having faced profound loss, their Christian faith becomes the cornerstone upon which their love story unfolds.

In the wake of sorrow and heartache, Myles and Kayla discover solace and strength in their shared belief, finding comfort in the promise of redemption and the enduring presence of divine love. Their journey is a testament to the power of faith to heal wounds, mend broken hearts, and ignite the flames of newfound hope.

Set against the backdrop of life’s twists and turns, Someone So Right is a poignant reminder that even in the darkest of times, the light of faith can illuminate the path forward, guiding souls toward unexpected blessings and profound connection. Join us as Myles and Kayla’s story inspires us all to embrace the transformative power of love and faith, reminding us that with God, all things are possible.


I enjoyed reading this unique memoir-style story. Your approach of starting with the individual perspectives of the two main characters before they met was a brilliant idea. This allowed the reader to fully immerse themselves in their lives and stories. We learned about their tribulations, hopes, and the pain of losing someone dear to them. And while they both went through some bleak  dates, they eventually “found” each other—it only took a few tries!

What made this book even more special were the added narrations from the Trinity and Peter, along with Anne. Their narration was unexpected and connected everything in the storyline seamlessly. I also liked how you embedded poems between the chapters. There were a lot of favorite moments for me, including reading about the Zoom shower. It was funny and interesting, as I had never heard of one, but I thought it was a great concept. The whole scene was hilarious (four hours, though!?). Oh! And that ending… it was uplifting! I cheered after reading it, especially since it mentioned the title. Overall, this was a captivating and inspiring book, reminding readers that there is no time limit when it comes to love.  And that healing is possible, even after our loved ones have passed.

"Elizabeth P"

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