320 pages, 33 of 38 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Even though they work right next door to each other, Cindy and Jeremiah come from two different worlds. Cindy is a church secretary; Jeremiah is a Reformed rabbi with a mysterious past full of danger and excitement. Together they have faced down a serial killer at Easter and a murderer of homeless people.The two unlikely companions continue to forge a strong friendship as they explore personal history and faith with each passing adventure.This third volume in the Psalm 23 Mysteries series finds Jeremiah and Cindy matching wits with an unscrupulous land developer. In a fast-paced story set around St. Patrick’s Day, murder invades an idyllic landscape, challenging them to save hundreds of teens even as they try to discover the source of their unexpected danger.
352 pages, 41 of 45 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Hannah Anderson had the life she always wanted, married to the man of her dreams. When her husband’s brother gets in trouble with the law, the town turns against them, shattering her perfect life. Now they are left with only one choice–to head west to the Arizona Territory in the hopes of creating a new life. Will the journey be worth the cost?
Or, is there a new dream quietly unfolding before their eyes?
The story also follows Will Colter’s journey from Texas to the Arizona Territory when he is forced to leave his home. As this rancher drives his cattle across the wilderness, he and his men run into life-threatening situations. Throughout the move his dreams for his new ranch solidify.
Once the main characters arrive in the Arizona Territory, their paths cross and they must learn to adapt to wilderness living. Things are not exactly what they thought. Each character is challenged to rely on God to face dangers in a new, wild territory.
313 pages, 34 of 63 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
As a wedding planner, Sherilyn Caine should have the perfect wedding experience…
After all, she just landed her dream job at the wedding destination hotel, The Tanglewood. The rest should be a piece of cake for Sherilyn’s Type A personality.
But while everything else goes smoothly, her own wedding plans start to sink right before her eyes. One way or the other, Sherilyn is determined to make this wedding work—until the latest development threatens to call the whole thing off. Is it possible that Sherilyn is allergic to her fiancé?
Also from the same series, Always the Designer, Never the Bride
338 pages, 5 of 5 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
India: 1946. Blessing Ashish murmured. Such a name for a man cursed by a million gods For forty-eight years, his family toiled as slaves in the fields of the high-caste Lal family, and all because of one small debt. Ashish and his family knew nothing of the hatred for the British seething around them, nor of the struggle for independence that simmered throughout India. At fifty-four, Ashish was old and worn out. His wife had died long before how many years, he had no idea. Even though he had four sons to work beside him in the fields, every day was a struggle to survive. Sometimes his only daughter worked, too, but she also cooked and cleaned and kept the clothes in repair. His wife had named the girl Shridula Blessings. Perhaps the name will bring you more fortune than it brought me, Ashish told his daughter. His words proved to be prophetic in ways he could never have imagined. And when the flames of revolt brought independence to India, they seared change into the families of Ashish and Lal.
344 pages, 4 of 4 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Chases Corner is a small town in rural South Carolina, reflecting all the better aspects of life in that part of the country. It is a town that runs slightly behind the times, but offers the warmth and welcome of a friendly people; traits still found within a close-knit, Southern community. It is a place populated by good, church going folks watching out for one another, protecting the life they share — and the secret that bonds them together.
Mark Daniels is a Yankee reporter working for the New York Times. Staunch and distant, Daniels is well equipped for the lifestyle of New York City, but when he is assigned to cover a hearing on the possible re-trial of a convicted murderer from Chases Corner, Daniels is tossed into a world in which his skills as a city-boy will do him little good.
When Daniels comes across a defrocked Catholic Priest living in Chases Corner, research the old priest is doing on a connection between autism and angels presents a whole new perspective on the people there. While straddling work on his original story and a growing interest in the mysteries of Chases Corner, he finds himself at the epicenter of a juicy political scandal rooted in racism. Daniels is forced to choose between the biggest scoop of his twenty-year career in journalism, or continuing a journey that is pulling him to look for answers he may not want to find.
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