Wednesday, June 30, 2021

HHH June Book Day



(The Quilting Circle 4)

By Mary Davis

Washington State, 1894

Geneviève Marseille has one purpose in coming to Kamola—stopping her brother from digging up the past. Deputy Montana has lived a simple life. But when a fancy French lady steps off the train and into his arms, his modest existence might not be enough anymore. A nemesis from Aunt Henny past arrives in town threatening her with jail. Will she flee as she’d done all those years ago, or stand her ground in the town she’s made her home? When secrets come out, will the lives of Geneviève, Montana, and Aunt Henny ever be the same?



By Nancy J. Farrier

Men are not to be trusted, and rarely true to you. It happened to Cinda Bryant when the man she’d been engaged to for years did the unthinkable. So why does her heart skip when her shop is broken into, and the very attractive Officer Ortega helps her? Daniel Ortega has been waiting for the right woman to come along, and Cinda is that woman. But is Cinda too wounded to see how much he cares for her? When Daniel asks Cinda to teach a quilting class for the teens he’s helping, can she work a miracle in their lives?





By Debbie Lynne Costello

“Complete with all the medieval details, charm and wonderfully strong characters, this book has it all. Secrets, betrayal, forgiveness and trust… It’s a book you want to read to the end, but yet, never want it to end!”~Reviewer

Deirdre Mackenzie is caught reiving by a hated English Laird. A beautiful reiving lass is the least of Bryce Warwick’s worries with King Richard’s distrust of his nobles. Despite the odds against them, the two are drawn together. But there are adversaries seeking to ruin their chances at love. The stakes are high, secrets prevail, and treason is just a kiss away.




OUT OF MY MIND: A Decade a Faith and Humour

By Terrie Todd

For ten years, Terrie Todd has been writing a popular "Faith and Humour" column for The Graphic Leader in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada. This book celebrates a decade of wit and wisdom found in Terrie's hand-picked favorites. Arranged by category and excellent for use in public readings on various topics or simply for your own enjoyment, this book could be called a weirdly out-of-order memoir of a life in which faith and humour dwell hand in hand. Categories include: Marriage & Family, Health & Fitness, Faith, Writing Life, Christmas, Easter, Mothers & Fathers Day, Thanksgiving, Remembrance Day.




By Suzanne Norquist, et al

4 Love Stories Are Quilted Into Broken Lives


“Mending Sarah’s Heart” By 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?


“Bygones” by 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?




By Sherri Stewart

She has the voice of an angel. But the devil is listening.

After Nazi soldiers destroy Tamar Kaplan’s dream of becoming a professional singer, she joins the Dutch Resistance, her fair coloring concealing her Jewish heritage. Tamar partners with Dr. Daniel Feldman to help escaping refugees. When they are forced to flee themselves, violinist Neelie Visser takes them into hiding. Tamar struggles with the paradox that a loving God would allow the atrocities around her. From a prison hospital to a Nazi celebration to a concentration camp, will the three survive to tell the world the secrets behind barbed wire?




By Cindy Ervin Huff

The last thing rancher Jed Holt expected is to be shot at from the barn next to a burned-down homestead. But the soot-covered woman hiding inside needs protecting, and Jed is the man to do it whether. Can two broken people form a forever bond? Can he save her from her past?




By Denise Weimer

Susanna Moore can’t get him out of her mind—the learned lieutenant who delivered the commission from Andrew Jackson making her father colonel of the Cherokee Regiment. But the next time she sees Sam Hicks, he’s leading prisoners into a frontier fort and wearing the garb of a Cherokee scout. As Susanna’s father and Sam’s commander, Colonel Moore couldn’t have made his directive to stay away from his daughter clearer to Sam. Then a suspected spy forces Moore to rely on Sam for military intelligence and Susanna’s protection, making it impossible for either to guard their heart.




By Linda Shenton Matchett

The past clashes with the present to jeopardize their future.

Fiona Quigley’s parents came to America for a better life, but illness and the Civil War took them from her. Now, she’s barely scraping by as a seamstress to Boston’s elite. A chance for a new start arises in the form of being a mail-order bride, but to her dismay, she must marry the man by proxy. Once they’re wed, there will be no turning back.




By Molly Jebber

Grace has a birthmark on her cheek, and Amish men pass her by, until Mark. They fall in love, but when her father discovers Mark’s secret, he withdraws his blessing for them to marry. Then, Mark’s secret brings trouble to their community. Grace prays for a miracle.




By Vickie McDonough

Three mail-orders brides arrive in Lookout, Texas, each expecting to marry the local marshal—but Luke didn't order a bride. At the mayor’s insistence, a friendly contest ensues to discover which bride will make Luke the best wife, but on contest day, there is a surprise fourth entry--an anonymous one. Mayhem occurs as the whole town tries to figure out who the anonymous bride is, and the mayor pressures Luke to pick a bride or lose his job. Will Marshal Davis tuck tail and run for the hills? Or will he lose his heart and his bachelorhood?

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By Cindy Regnier

Rand Stafford isn't looking for love. He'd ridden that trail ending with a shattered heart. What he needs is help caring for his orphan nieces. Desperate, he places an advertisement for a wife. Fleeing her employer who would use her in his crimes, the ad sounds like the perfect refuge to Carly Blair. Escaping the city, the intrigue, and the danger to hide on a Kansas cattle ranch is worth a shot. Its sanctuary comes with a price—a husband. But it's better than being caught by the law. Or is it?




By Donna Schlachter

A rough-and-tumble cowgirl, “Cactus” Lil Duncan longs for true love, but is afraid to let down her prickly exterior when a city slicker from New York City, with less-than-honorable intentions, tries to win her trust and her hand.




By Catherine Ulrich Brakefield

Rachael 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, another missionary hopeful learns about the restrictions, he is desperate to find a wife. They agree to a marriage of convenience and learns God doesn’t create coincidences—He designs possibilities. “…one gripping, compelling read. Wilted Dandelions by Ms. Brakefield had me eagerly turning pages and sighing over the love story premise as well as taking comfort in the spiritual message…” ES Amazon Reader




By Michelle Shocklee

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 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. Frankie’s story challenges Rena’s preconceptions about slavery, but it also connects the two women whose lives are otherwise separated by age, race, and circumstances. Will this bond of respect, admiration, and friendship be broken by a revelation neither woman sees coming?



(Montana Treasure, book 1)

By Janalyn Voigt

A preacher’s daughter shouldn’t encourage a troublemaker, no matter what her wayward heart desires. Liberty has always believed she should marry a man of God, but Jake doesn’t qualify. The promises they’d made at age twelve can’t change that. If only Jake would stop pursuing her, she might keep from falling in love with him. Jake fears he’ll lose Liberty to Beau, the new man in town. He doesn’t trust the smooth-talker—and certainly not with Liberty. Jake and Liberty must each overcome their own false beliefs. Only then can they experience the truth of God’s redeeming love.


  1. Wow! What a lineup! Congratulations on all of your book babies! Praying for lots of sales!

  2. A great lineup for recent or upcoming release. Now to find more time to read! Congratulations to all the authors.