Trust no one … love kills … Sydney Lassiter has the perfect life – glamour, wealth, and all the high-society status to go with it. But something is telling her that she needs to return to the sleepy little town of Stoney Creek, Alabama where she grew up. She hasn’t been there since her father was killed in a boating accident – or was he murdered? She takes a job as a safety consultant at the local sawmill – the same place where her father worked – and sets out to discover the truth about his death.
A murder, a girl on the run, and the sweetest romance, all in one book. Fiona jumps on a train heading west to escape her traumatic past. Through an exchange with a woman on the train she ends up in Hays explaining to Sam Jordan why his mail order bride isn’t going to arrive. She is invited to stay with his family where a plot develops in her mind: if she marries her name will change and the law wouldn’t find her.
(Mail Order Misdelivery Series)
Three dozen gingerbread cookies plus two lonely hearts, equals one Christmas miracle!
When Hunter Darcy finds himself the center of attention at the Twelve Days of Christmas Festival in his small town, he finds refuge in an Amish bakery, but it’s the owner who has him intrigued. The ladies in town see him as THE Mr. Darcy, but Noel isn’t as impressed with his rugged good looks.
Music has always placed a part in romance. These 7 contemporary romances are no exception. Let the melody stir your heart as you enjoy these Christian stories sure to rekindle a little note of romance for you.
“I enjoyed this collection of love stories very much! Each story in this set kept me interested and was perfect for late-night reading. For anyone who enjoys an entertaining, wholesome romance, this collection of stories is just right. Five stars!” by Patti Jo Moore
Beat Burnout, Find Inner Peace, and Strengthen Your Faith by Studying the Most Overlooked of the Ten Commandments. It’s hard to stop and rest for an hour let alone an entire day. Besides that, busyness is a badge – if you’re not busy, you’re not trying. Sure, you might make it to church every Sunday, but while there all you can think about is the to do list you need to work on. Andrew Gilmore was in the same boat: distracted at church, stressed out by his to do list, and unsure if the fourth commandment even applied to him.