Wednesday, October 30, 2019

HHH Book Day!

Joline's Redemption
Vickie McDonough

Joline had lofty dreams of love and luxury, but after her husband leaves her and she makes a series of fateful decisions, Jo has fallen as far as any woman can. Bereft of all hope and with the threat of losing her son, Jo seeks refuge at her sister’s home. Jo has a long list of secrets to keep and has to look over her shoulder, as the man she’s running from may show up anywhere, anytime. Is it possible that God can redeem Jo, and give her hope for a happy future? Find out in Joline’s Redemption—book 2 in Vickie McDonough’s Land Rush Dreams trilogy.

The Perfect Bride

Debbie Lynne Costello

Avice Touchet has always dreamed of marrying for love and that love would be her best friend, Philip Greslet. She’s waited five years for him to see her as the woman she’s become but when a visiting lord arrives with secrets that could put her father in prison, Avice must consider a sacrificial marriage.

Philip Greslet has worked his whole life for one thing—to be a castellan—and now it is finally in his grasp. But when Avice rebuffs his new lord’s attentions, Philip must convince his best friend to marry the lord against his heart’s inclination to have her as his own.

The Ranchero's Gift
Nancy Farrier

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?

Home in Paradise Valley
Martha Rogers

Leila Abbott, despaired of ever finding a husband, has one goal in mind--to raise enough money or a library and new addition for the clinic. Jake Halliday's goal is to find a place he can call home after 5 years of drifting from town to town. Leila's attraction to the tall, dark stranger grows as he blends in with the people of Paradise Valley and lends a hand with his wood-working skills to help organize the largest fund-raising event ever seen by the town. Leila's enthusiasm and determination strike a chord in Jake as he searches for answers about faith and forgiveness. Their hopes and dreams for the future may well drive them apart, or bring about the love they both have sought.

Mail-Order Misfire 

Davalynn Spencer

Sheriff and part-time preacher Bern Stidham is heart-sore for a partner—a wife—but with wearing a badge, carrying a Bible, and raising his daughter Gracie his hands are full. Gracie knows her papa needs a helper, and she wants a mama, so she writes for a mail-order bride on his behalf. 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 he received from a lonely little girl, hope opens an unexpected door. Trouble is, the little girl's papa doesn't know about the letter until it's too late.

Fall Flip
Denise Weimer

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?

Thimbles and Threads
Susanne Norquist, Mary Davis, et al

Mending Sarah’s Heart
Suzanne Norquist
Rockledge, Colorado, 1884

Sarah doesn’t need anyone, especially her dead husband’s partner. With four brothers to mentor her boys and income as a seamstress, she seeks a quiet life. If only the Emporium of Fashion would stop stealing her customers and the local hoodlums would leave her sons alone. When she rejects her husband’s share of the mine, his partner Jack seeks to serve her through other means. But will his efforts only push her further away?

Mary Davis
Texas, 1884

Drawn to the new orphan boy in town, Tilly Rockford soon became the unfortunate victim of a lot of Orion Dunbar’s mischievous deeds in school. Can Tilly figure out how to truly forgive the one who made her childhood unbearable? Now she doesn’t even know she holds his heart. Can this deviant orphan-train boy turned man make up for the misdeeds of his youth and win Tilly’s heart before another man steals her away?

Lessons on Love
Kathleen L. Maher, et al

Step back into the classroom alongside four new teachers who face unexpected tests. In 1840 New York, Gilda’s religious beliefs are challenged. In 1870 Kansas, Mary helps ostracized immigrant children. In 1894 Michigan, Jesse discovers an unlikely friendship. And in 1904 Virginia, Margaret wants to make controversial changes. Will these tests teach the teachers about faith and love?

Titanic: Voyage of Intent
Mary Davis

Will trying to save her brother’s life cost Brenna her own?

Brenna Kelly’s brother is accused of a murder he didn’t commit and sentenced to die. Brenna follows the real murderer aboard the Titanic to find the proof to free her brother. Cliffton Statham sets out to help Brenna and win her affections, but his future is in jeopardy in more ways than one. He must choose between Brenna and saving himself. Can Brenna find the proof she needs in time? Will love be a help or a hindrance? Will the icy Atlantic waters be the end of them all?

The Widow of Rose Hill
Michelle Shocklee

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?

18 Redbud Lane
Alanna Radle Rodriguez, et al

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…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?

Longing for a Cowboy Christmas
Margaret Brownley, et al

Find your very own cowboy to keep warm these long, wintry nights as you cozy up with six sweeping, epic tales of heroism, passion, family and celebration from six bestselling authors.

Margaret’s story: A Love Letter to Santa


By J. M. Hochstetler and Bob Hostetler

Northkill Amish Series #1

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 community on the Pennsylvania frontier between civilization and Indian Territory. For eighteen years the community lived at peace with their native neighbors. Then, early on the morning of September 20, 1757, with the French and Indian War raging, the Hochstetlers’ home was attacked by a party of Indians allied with the French. Facing certain death with his wife and children, Jakob made a wrenching choice that tore his family apart and changed their lives forever. The Northkill Amish Series 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.

Crinoline Cowboys

Marilyn Turk, et al

4 Women Bring Southern Charm to a Cowboy Town
Crinoline Creek, Texas, 1868

Love’s Cookin’ at the Cowboy Café by Marilyn Turk

A refined but feisty southern belle inherits a saloon she plans to convert into a genteel café. Even though her lack of cooking skills threatens disaster, she rejects the town banker’s advice. What will happen when the two lock horns and an unlikely romance simmers on the back burner?

Titanic: Legacy of Betrayal
Kathleen E. Kovach, et al

A secret. A key. Much was buried when the Titanic went down, but now it’s time for resurrection. 

April 1912 - Olive Stanford boarded the Titanic determined to protect all she held dear. Her secret will go with her to the grave—but how can she face the afterlife carrying the burden of her actions?

April 2012 - Portland real estate agent, Ember Keaton-Jones, distrusts men, with good reason. Ever since her great-great-grandfather, Thomas, deserted the family after the fateful sinking of the Titanic, every Keaton male has disappointed. Ember is on the brink of a huge sale when a stranger shows up with a key to a century-old secret challenging everything she believes. She meets forward-thinking Jeff Dawson who is working in the family’s musty antique shop and finds an unexpected ally in unlocking the mystery of her past. But can they undo the legacy of Thomas Keaton's betrayal?

Carefully researched, this engaging tale includes true stories of the Titanic embedded in historical fiction.

1 comment:

  1. As always, some great titles and beautiful covers here! Congratulations to all of you!