They never should’ve existed. Now they don’t. In the aftermath of their first highly successful op, the first all-female special ops team, known as Zulu, discovered that innocent civilians – women and children – died at their hands. Zulu was set up to take the devastating fall. Fearing for their lives, the Zulu team vanished. With new identities and spread across the globe, they live in relative but isolated peace – yet still haunted by the past. Terrified of being discovered. Five years after that horrific night, they’ve begun to hope they might be safe and the tragedy forgotten. Until two of them are murdered.
Will Sheriff Riley Tucker break every law just to save the woman he loves? When Charlotte Figg is mistaken for a mail-order-bride and can’t prove her identity, she’s in a lot of trouble unless the real Darla Wingate shows up, or the sheriff breaks the law to save her from the evil, Beau Dalton. One way or another, Beau is determined to get his bride, and he doesn’t care which one it is.
(Western Mail Order Brides Series)
Will faith forge love or death? Returning home after the death of her older sister, Sen must find a husband to marry into her family’s swordsmith business. Failure ensures her family’s craft will die. Her father’s apprentice, Nobuhiro, seems ideal, but Sen wants a Christian husband, difficult as Christianity is banned.
Prodigal son of a high-level samurai, Nobuhiro hopes to prove himself by becoming a great swordsmith. But when Sen seeks local Christians, he finds he must protect her from a clandestine group of anti-Christian samurai. Failure to protect Sen dooms the family he serves. Falling for a Christian dooms reconciliation with his own father, who must enforce the ban.
Lila’s Flower shop and wedding business keep her plenty busy. Add in a handsome firefighter and crazy hits the fan.
When Lila’s sister and nephew move back in and a terrible disaster threatens her tiny Texas town, Lila realizes she might not be able to fix everything on her own. Will God send the miracle she needs to help her out of this mess?
(Miss Main Street Series)
Is Beatrix, the new schoolmarm, leading a double life as a saloon girl named Trixie?
When Beatrix arrives in Tombstone thinking she’s taking the position as the new school teacher, she’s shocked to discover the invitation from the schoolmaster was for a mail-order bride instead. Having misunderstood his intentions, she rejects his offer of marriage; he leaves town and his position as the school teacher. When the menfolk in town start to call her Trixie and rumors begin to fly, it isn’t long before the entire town begins to accuse Beatrix of leading a double life.
Little does she know that sheriff Muley Ransom, whom she’s courting, has been investigating the strange coincidences that involve her. This includes the recent stagecoach robbery. Will he be able to save her reputation and their blossoming courtship, or does his investigation turn up more than they both bargained for?
(Western Mail Order Brides Series)
Passport Through Darkness takes readers on Kimberly’s journey from normal family life and business, to Europe, to the deserts of Africa and ultimately, to the deserts of her own soul as she tries to live well as an imperfect American mom, crusade for justice for orphans around the world, and embrace God’s extraordinary dreams for her. When Kimberly and her family risk everything to answer God’s call, they see God change and restore them–even amid exhaustion, marital struggles, and physical limitations.
This story is not about avoiding death. It’s about living life. Immerse yourself in the amazing story of Edie Littlefield Sundby, who, after being told she had only 3 months to live, survived 79 rounds of chemotherapy, radical liver and lung surgeries, and then walked 800 miles along the California Mission Trail, averaging 14 miles a day, and stopping at life-giving missions to revive her body and her soul.
This engaging story reveals the incredible truth that everything we do matters! Based on The Butterfly Effect, Andy’s timeless tale shows children that even the smallest of our actions can affect all of humanity. The book will end with a flourish of butterflies and a charge to the child that they, too, can be the boy or girl who changes the world.
Financial advisor Emily G. Stroud is a mom, businesswoman, and entrepreneur. She has two decades of experience with helping people make smart choices about money. She knows that money can be one of the great causes of stress in life—but that it doesn’t have to be that way. Finances, in fact, can be a great source of joy, security, and hope.