Child of the Appalachian mountains, Tess Spencer has experienced more than her share of heartache. The Glock-wielding, knife-carrying housewife knows how to survive whatever life throws at her. But when an anonymous warning note shows up in her best friend Miranda’s mailbox – a note written in a dead woman’s handwriting – Tess quickly discovers that ghosts are alive and well in Buckneck, West Virginia.
(A Murder in the Mountains Series)
A Brand New Release from Laura J. Marshall.
Caleb Fisher’s “interchangeable” twin sisters, Emma and Lizzie, are up to their old tricks. When their prank backfires in the worst possible way, can Caleb sort out his sisters and their suitors?
(An Amish Life Series)
God help the man who ever gets in her way again… Harriet’s worthless husband has snatched the world out from under her feet, and then gone and died on her, to boot. First, though, he left her in deep debt and facing foreclosure on the ranch that she loves almost as much as her own children. Livid, staring at bankruptcy and fighting hopelessness, she grits her teeth and comes up with a plan. Money, gold, and jobs are abundant in the boom town of Blessings, California. She’ll start over there, taking one step at a time to rebuild a life with her children, her financial independence, and her dreams of a new ranch.
(Brides of Blessings Series)
Losing everything has Lexi clinging to her daughter. Hell is determined to loosen her grip. It’s been seven years since disaster struck her family. Lexi Solomon has held it all together since then–just barely. But now Lexi is losing it. The husband who deserted her is back in town, wanting to see their daughter Molly. Her sister’s shameless murderer is up for parole.
Full: Food, Jesus, and the Battle for Satisfaction
by Asheritah Ciuciu, Linda Dillow
Can the Bible help me with my food struggles? Have you ever felt stuck in a seemingly endless cycle of overeating, yo-yo dieting, and obsessive thoughts about food?
Join Asheritah Ciuciu as she shares honestly about her own battles with food and reveals the path to freedom. You’ll discover the joy of living free from food fixation so you can experience deeper satisfaction in Christ, gain a renewed sense of purpose, and yes, even enjoy good food (without regret).