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Historical Fiction

 

Daughter of the Cimarron

Daughter of the Cimarron by Sam Hall It’s 1928 … the Great Depression lurks just around the corner. Divorcing a cheating husband means disgracing her family, but Claire Devoe can’t take it anymore. Forced to provide for herself, she travels the Midwest with a...

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The Sound of Diamonds

The Sound of Diamonds by Rachelle Rea Her only chance of getting home is trusting the man she hates. With the Protestant Elizabeth on the throne of England and her family in shambles, Catholic maiden Gwyneth seeks refuge in the Low Countries of Holland, hoping to...

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Benjy and the Belsnickel

Benjy and the Belsnickel By Bonnie Swinehart The Belsnickel is coming... Dressed in black from head to toe.Porcupine quills in his hat. A whip in hand.And bells that jingle with every step. Benjy, a lovable eleven-year-old in the 1930s, just can't seem to help himself...

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A Fair to Remember

A Fair to Remember by Suzie Johnson Buffalo, New York, Pan-American Exposition Clara Lambert thought being a Kodak girl at the World’s Fair would an adventure–but she never expected to end up photographing the attempted assassination of President McKinley. James...

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A Heart’s Revolution

A Heart’s Revolution by Roseanna M. White In 1783 peace has been declared, but war still rages in the heart of Lark Benton. Never did Lark think she’d want to escape Emerson Fielding, the man she’s loved all her life. But when he betrays her, she flees...

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A Soft Breath of Wind

A Soft Breath of Wind Sequel to A Stray Drop of Blood by Roseanna M. White A gift that has branded her for life Zipporah is thirteen when the Spirit descends upon her, opening her eyes to a world beyond the physical goings-on of the villa outside Rome she...

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Contemporary Fiction

 

Shine the Light

Shine the Light by April McGowan Shannon is out to save the world one caring act at a time. She's stood by her best friend, Amber, through their whole lives especially when Amber lost her sight. She has an active outreach ministry to the homeless and...

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Weddings, Willows, and Revised Expectations

Weddings, Willows, and Revised Expectations Seventeen years after being orphaned, Apryl Burns and her twin sister Courtney have their own expectations for life. While Courtney continues to shine at everything, Apryl holds fast to the mantra that as long as her potato...

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Paint Chips

Paint Chips by Susie Finkbeiner What lies beneath the layers of hurt? Though haunted by her troubled past, Dot has found a safe haven. She has a fierce protector and a colorful collection of friends…but sometimes she wonders if her life will ever be normal again....

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My Mother’s Chamomile

My Mother’s Chamomile by Susie FinkbeinerDesperate for the rains of mercy… Middle Main, Michigan has one stop light, one bakery, one hair salon…and one funeral home. The Eliot Family has assisted the grieving people in their town for over fifty years. After...

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I Always Cry at Weddings

I Always Cry at Weddings by Sara Goff Ava Larson is going to bring all the other brides to tears. Engaged to a wealthy NYC socialite’s son, Ava is ready to set the city abuzz with her glamorous wedding. At least until she realizes her relationship isn’t what it...

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Ryan’s Father

Ryan’s Father by June Foster The rippling influence of Ryan Reid’s less than moral mother and absent father left a mark on his soul. Yet everything changed when the young teacher gave his life to the Lord—almost everything. An earthquake hurls the beautiful Sandy...

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