Reckless Love (Daughtry House)

By Beth White - Published 2020


Inspirational Romance

Mississippi, 1870. After the Daughtry sisters learn they’ve been left a saloon, Aurora makes plans to convert it into a boardinghouse. With one ...Read Review

Appalachian Summer

By Ann H. Gabhart - Published 2020


Set in the mountains of eastern Kentucky during the Great Depression, this novel tells the story of the Frontier Nursing Service. A relatively ...Read Review

Key to Everything

By Valerie Fraser Luesse - Published 2020


Set in 1947, The Key to Everything is a story about the freedom to pursue one’s dreams. Fifteen-year-old Peyton Cabot loves to watch ...Read Review

Stories That Bind Us

By Susie Finkbeiner - Published 2020



Recently widowed, but not ready to concede to a quiet life, Betty Sweet focuses on the number one thing she’s always done ...Read Review

A Life Once Dreamed

By Rachel Fordham - Published 2020


Inspirational RomanceWestern

Agnes Pratt has gotten used to her work as a teacher in 1880s Dakota Territory. She fled a pampered life – and her childhood ...Read Review

Out of the Embers (Mesquite Springs)

By Amanda Cabot - Published 2020



Twenty-three-year-old Evelyn Radcliffe cooks for the orphanage in Logansville in east Texas, where she has lived during the 10 years since her parents’ murder. ...Read Review

Star of Persia: Esther’s Story

By Jill Eileen Smith - Published 2020



Bestselling biblical fiction author Jill Eileen Smith breathes new life into the story of Queen Esther, the titular Star of Persia, by steeping ...Read Review

Uncommon Woman

By Laura Frantz - Published 2020



In the western Virginia borderlands, Tessa Swan, her mother and five brothers run Swan Station, a large ranch near the ferry crossing of ...Read Review

Land Beneath Us (Sunrise at Normandy)

By Sarah Sundin - Published 2020



This last in the Sunrise at Normandy trilogy begins with Private Clay Paxton training as a Ranger at Camp Forrest, Tennessee, in 1943. When ...Read Review

One More River to Cross

By Jane Kirkpatrick - Published 2019


As the winter of 1844 approaches, several dozen men, women, and children set out to cross the Sierra Mountains into California by wagon train. ...Read Review

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