Welcome to the HHH Book Day where we feature our bloggers books. If you are looking for a good book to read, this is the place to discover one. Enjoy!
When Maya Garza’s step-father drags her to the cantina, planning to auction her off to cover his debts, she is desperate to escape. She sees no hope as she stands atop the table with a room full of men leering at her. Yaniv Madrigal is searching for his brother, and he can’t believe his eyes when he finds his brother bidding for a young woman. A woman who has the look of a trapped animal. Will Yaniv and Maya find a solution to their trouble before the unthinkable happens?
Lawmen and Ladies of the Old West Team Up to Track Down Outlaws
On Track for Love by Vickie McDonough
A new job and a move to a new state put Railroad Agent Landry Lomax on track to meet Cara Dixon—a spirited woman holding a derringer on a train robber. This stubborn woman is not one he wants around his young sister, but then they end up in the same St. Louis boardinghouse. But could Cara’s gumption help him trap a gang of train robbers?
After the death of her cruel father, Brithwin is determined never again to live under the harsh rule of any man. Independent and resourceful, she longs to be left alone to manage her father’s estate. But she soon discovers a woman has few choices when the king decrees she is to marry Royce, the Lord of Rosencraig. As if the unwelcome marriage isn’t enough, her new husband accuses her of murdering his family, and she is faced with a challenge of either proving her innocence or facing possible execution. Royce of Hawkwood returns home after setting down a rebellion to find his family brutally murdered. When all fingers point to his betrothed and attempts are made on his life, Royce must wade through murky waters to uncover the truth. Yet Brithwin’s wise and kind nature begin to break down the walls of his heart, and he soon finds himself in a race to discover who is behind the evil plot before Brithwin is the next victim.
Six historical Christmas romances prove life’s most priceless gifts come not in the form of polished gold or silver—but from the vast riches of a loving heart.
Barnes and Noble Link
The tragic death of Shelby Dodson’s husband—her partner in a successful Home Network house flipping business—stole love, status, and career. Now a bungalow redesign thrusts Shelby into the company of a new contractor. Scott Matthews remembers high-and-mighty Shelby from high school, and her prissy, contemporary style goes against his down-to-earth grain. When the house reveals a mystery, will its dark secrets—and their own mistakes—cost them a second chance at love?
Hills of Nevermore by Janalyn Voigt
Can a young widow hide her secret shame from the Irish preacher bent on helping her survive? Based on actual historical events during a time of unrest, Hills of Nevermore explores faith, love, and courage in the Wild West.
The Widow’s Plight (Quilting Circle series Book 1) by Mary Davis
A single mother steps out of the shadows of abuse and into the sunshine. But will a secret clouding her past cost her the man she loves?
Nine Wealthy Women Struggle to Find Love in a Society that Values Money First
~When it comes to love, each woman struggles to find true love within a society where “first comes money, second comes marriage.” What kind of man can they trust with their greatest treasure—their hearts?
The Reluctant Heiress by Mary Davis
1905 – Boston, MA
Victoria must decide whether to accept her inheritance with its proviso of a forced marriage or walk away from a fortune. Her attorney, Graham, finds it difficult not to cross the line from business to love with the enchanting heiress.
During the American Revolution, the British Redcoats carry out a horrific attack along the coastal towns of Connecticut. The inhabitants of New Haven and Fairfield attempt to fight back but are outnumbered by the weapons and soldiers of the enemy. In the midst of this war, Zadok Wooding and Aurinda Whitney cross paths and must battle emotional and physical challenges which threaten their growing attraction.
Jakob Hochstetler and his family came to America in 1738, seeking freedom to live according to their Anabaptist beliefs. They settled in the Northkill Amish Mennonite community on the Pennsylvania frontier between civilization and wilderness. For eighteen years the community lived at peace. Then, as the French and Indian War rages, the Hochstetlers’ way of life is brutally shattered. Early on the morning of September 20, 1757, their home is attacked by a party of Indians allied with the French. Facing certain death with his wife and children, Jakob makes a wrenching choice that will tear apart his family and change all of their lives forever.
Northkill is closely based on an inspiring true story well-known among the Amish and Mennonites and documented in many publications, contemporary accounts preserved in the Pennsylvania State Archives, and private collections.
Adventure girl, Maureen Quinn, isn’t yet sure of her life’s direction, but she knows she isn’t cut out to be a bookkeeper for the town’s undertaker. Preston Stevens, s back in town and he couldn’t have shown up at a better time. It isn’t long before they become inseparable and she’s sure he’s the man God has for her. But it isn’t long before life-altering events occur affecting both his and Maureen’s lives forever.
Widowed during the war, Natalie Ellis finds herself solely responsible for Rose Hill plantation. When Union troops arrive with a proclamation freeing the slaves, all seems lost. How can she run the plantation without slaves? In order to save her son’s inheritance she strikes a deal with the arrogant, albeit handsome, Colonel Maish. In exchange for use of her family’s property, the army will provide workers to bring in her cotton crop. But as her admiration for the colonel grows, a shocking secret is uncovered. Can she trust him with her heart and her young, fatherless son?
Recently widowed dressmaker Etta Collier is a half-step ahead of the banker who carries a lustful eye for her as well as the note on her home. When her pastor encourages her to answer an unusual letter from a little girl, hope opens an unexpected door—right into the home of Sheriff Bern Stidham, widowed father of a letter-writing daughter who didn’t bother to tell him about the bride coming his way. For love of a little girl, will two widowed hearts give hope a second chance?
Six generations build a legacy of faith on the Oklahoma prairie. From the dusty chaos of the land run to present day, these are the tales of the love and legends who lived in a small house in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Oh the stories these wall can tell…
“Racing for His Dreams” by Vickie McDonough
The Oklahoma land run was Reece Redding’s only chance to own his own hardware store and quit working for his overbearing brother. It was all or nothing.
“Pins and Nails” by Alanna Radle Rodriguez and Shannon Pearson
Naomi Redding lives in her family’s building. Jared Burkstrum owns the deed. Whose dream will win?
“New Beginnings” by Alanna Radle Rodriguez and TJ Radle
David Hensley liked his job, but it was his love for the owners—and the owner’s daughter, Cassie—that kept him clerking at the hardware store. Will the sudden, unexpected death of Cassie’s parents be the catalyst to bring them together or a wedge to push them apart?
Jessica Foster has spent her time competing to be the best in everything from fishing to spelling bees to math contests. Now at age 23, she wants to impress the man she loves, Sheriff Brady Cantrell, and enters the Summer Festival cooking contest even though she knows very little about cooking. Brady has always had a special place in his heart for Jessica but she’s his best friend’s little sister, and his job as a sheriff is too dangerous for a married man. Although entering the contest will only cook up trouble for her, Jessica has never backed down from a challenge and plunges ahead with lessons. With the snobbish women of Willow Creek criticizing Jessica’s involvement in the contest and her relationship with Brady, will Brady finally admit his love for Jessica and stand up for her?
Seven daring damsels don’t let the norms of their eras hold them back. Along the way these women attract the attention of men who admire their bravery and determination, but will they let love grow out of the adventures? Includes:
Riders of the Painted Star by Kathleen E. Kovach
Zadie Fitzpatrick, an artist from New York, is commissioned to go on location in Arizona to paint illustrations for an author of western novels and falls for the male model.
Zola’s Cross-Country Adventure by Mary Davis
1903 cross-country trip
Zola Calkin sets out on an adventure to be the first woman to drive across the country. Will the journalist tasked to report her presumed failure sabotage her efforts? Or will he steal her heart?
Detours of the Heart by Donna Schlachter
1925 New Mexico