Oh, no he didn’t! But he did. Carlie Davenport’s best friend and neighbor, Smith Johnson, has stepped over the line–and into the next county. Who does he think he is? Making a list of potential boyfriends? Really?
Things get even more interesting when Smith takes on the responsibility for his sister’s kids and trying to stop the gossip mill in Rhodes Crossing. An attractive reporter turns everything topsy-turvy, and if that isn’t enough, somehow he’s agreed to a puppy–one for each of the kids.
Ava Fraser’s life is stripped away. As a business manager, she hopes to rise up and create a better future, but fears and her past plague her.
A widower, tragedy is no stranger to cruise line owner Tony Andrews, as he continues a search for someone close to his heart.
From Venice, Italy to the Florida coast, Tony and Ava are drawn together through serving others affected from human trafficking and those abused in the crisis centers he founded.
Is it really just a question of faith? Abbilene loses her husband and her dreams in the fire that destroys the flour mill. The town is crying out for answers, and the Mayor promises justice. During the reading of her husband’s will, Abbilene’s faith is tested when she discovers the true depths of his betrayal. She will inherit the mill and the money to rebuild as long as she adopts his son, left in an orphanage in San Francisco. The son no one knew existed. How can she love a child her husband fathered with another woman?
Tucker Manning, childhood friend and Sheriff, is ordered by the Mayor to uncover the truth of the explosion that took eight lives. He doesn’t believe the rumors around town about Abbilene and Sterling, her husband’s cousin. Could the woman he grew up with have planned and plotted to get rid of her husband and inherit the mill? The past has shown him that some women aren’t to be trusted, but Abbie is different. Isn’t she?
(A Question of Hope)
Sweet, small-town romance for ages 18 to 80…fall in love all over again…
Get swept away in five contemporary southern romances filled with faith, family, and fun. From love-at-first sight to falling in love again, these sweet summer stories are sure to warm your heart.
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Years after Jerusalem’s defeat by Babylon, the Jewish people returned to their land, only to discover a city left in ruins. Surrounded by enemies, Nehemiah finds himself tasked with an overwhelming charge: To rebuild the walls of his beloved city. This Bible study examines Nehemiah’s remarkable journey from the everyday to the extraordinary, and explores the unique power found in perseverance. The Wiersbe Bible Studies Series explores timeless wisdom found in God’s word.
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Lois Tverberg knows the treasures that await readers willing to learn how to read the Bible through Jewish eyes. By helping them understand the Bible as Jesus and his first-century listeners would have, she bridges the gaps of time and culture in order to open the Bible to readers today.
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