The Prodigal's Shotgun Wedding
A prodigal’s hope for a happy homecoming is derailed.
Clay left home after his brother’s death—a death for which he was responsible. After years away he’s finally returning, hoping for reconciliation with his father. But when the stagecoach he’s riding in wrecks, and he is injured, he finds himself in a fight for survival. Jolie is fleeing a nightmare situation. She desperately hopes becoming a mail-order bride doesn’t land her in a worse place. When the stage crashes and she spends the night alone with a wounded man, she wonders if her intended will still want her. If he doesn’t, what will she do? She has no money and nowhere to go. On sale for 99 cents / Free on KU.
Land of Promise Series
Nancy J. Farrier
1860’s California Three women—kidnapped, considered worthless, sold. Will they trust God? Will they find the man of their dreams? First time in a box set.
The Damsel's Intent
The Quilting Circle book 3
Can Nicole learn to be enough of a lady to snag the handsome rancher?
Nicole Waterby heads down the mountain to fetch herself a husband, not realizing women don’t wear trousers or carry a gun. She has a lot to learn. Rancher Shane Keegan has drifted from one location to another to find a place to belong. When Nicole crosses his path, he wonders if he can have love, but he soon realizes she’s destined for someone better than a saddle tramp. Will love stand a chance while both Nicole and Shane try to be people they’re not?
Book One of the Georgia Gold Series
Mahala Franklin, a half Cherokee orphaned girl, grows up in the shadow of a mystery. Who killed her father, and what happened to the gold he mined from the Sautee Valley? Forced from the only life she's ever known and molded into her grandmother's idea of a proper young lady, Mahala finds life in Clarkesville lonely and full of challenges. But there are at least pieces of the puzzle of her past to be fit together, and relationships that will shape her future ... with Clay Fraser, her Cherokee friend who wants to be so much more, and with wealthy entrepreneur and competitor Jack Randall, with whom Mahala doesn't dare to dream of, and with Carolyn Calhoun, unwilling socialite caught between her feelings for two very different brothers. As the lives of the coastal "summer people" mingle with those of Habersham's natives, a tapestry of love, friendship and intrigue unfold, a tapestry laced with a brilliant thread that will lure you through all four books of The Georgia Gold Series. *This month, all four Eugenia Price-style novels are .99 each e-book!*
Hannah Lapp’s life, like a long-cherished recipe, is satisfying just the way it is. She enjoys whipping up desserts at the bakery, tutoring local children, and socializing with dear friends. One of those friends, Timothy Barkman, has made his interest in Hannah clear, but she’s been in no hurry to change her circumstances. No sooner does she feel ready to grow closer to hard-working, handsome Timothy than Hannah finds she may have waited too long. Charlene Shetler intends to become Timothy’s friend. It’s little wonder he’s attracted to such a pretty, forthright young woman, but is the newcomer all that she seems? Only when Hannah is willing to confront some difficult truths can she move bravely toward a life of abiding faith and love . . .
Under the Tulip Tree
Sixteen-year-old Lorena Leland’s dreams of a rich and fulfilling life as a writer are dashed when the stock market crashes in 1929. Seven years into the Great Depression, Rena’s banker father has retreated into the bottle, her sister is married to a lazy charlatan and gambler, and Rena is an unemployed newspaper reporter. Eager for any writing job, Rena accepts a position interviewing former slaves for the Federal Writers’ Project. There, she meets Frankie Washington, a 101-year-old woman whose honest yet tragic past captivates Rena. As Frankie recounts her life as a slave, Rena is horrified to learn of all the older woman has endured—especially because Rena’s ancestors owned slaves. While Frankie’s story challenges Rena’s preconceptions about slavery, it also connects the two women whose lives are otherwise separated by age, race, and circumstances. But will this bond of respect, admiration, and friendship be broken by a revelation neither woman sees?
The Soldier's Lady
Susanne Dietze, et al
Join four adventurous women making their homes at Old West forts. Ally at Fort Snelling in 1828. Emily at Fort Humboldt in 1854. Adelina at Fort Riley in 1864. Annie at Fort Garland in 1879. Faced with daily challenges—and stubborn men—they bring civility to the frontier.
Catherine Urich Brakefield
The Second Great Awakening has stirred her soul…
Rachael Rothburn is eager to leave her life of luxury in Boston to share the gospel with Native Americans in the west. The only problem is the missionary alliance won’t let her go unless she’s married. When Dr. Jonathan Wheaton, another missionary hopeful learns about the restrictions, he is desperate to find a wife. He offers Rachael a marriage of convenience and she agrees. The pair sets off for Oregon to share Jesus with the natives, but in the process, they discover God doesn’t create coincidences—He designs possibilities.