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Within These Lines by Stephanie Morrill

Within These Lines by Stephanie Morrill

It’s difficult enough for Evalina Cassano and Taichi Hamasaki. Their interracial romance is frowned upon in 1942, and they haven’t told their families. With anti-Japanese sentiment rising in Northern California after Pearl Harbor, Taichi and his family face growing discrimination. Then the US government evacuates the Hamasakis to the War Relocation Center at Manzanar. Taichi… Read more »

Capture Me, by Sherry Kyle

Capture Me, by Sherry Kyle

Ashley Stevens loves her job as a veterinary technician, the family who adopted her, and her boyfriend Bryan—if only he’d propose!—but something is missing. While making scrapbooks for her grandmother, she discovers a childhood photograph of herself with a toddler who looks just like her. Who is the little girl? And why won’t her family… Read more »

The Lieutenant’s Bargain by Regina Jennings

The Lieutenant's Bargain by Regina Jennings

All Hattie Walker wants is a chance to prove herself as a real artist. Longing to paint the luscious landscapes of the Rocky Mountains – and for recognition – she takes a stagecoach to Denver. However, her stagecoach is attacked by gunmen, and Hattie is rescued by friendly Arapaho – but she doesn’t realize they’re… Read more »

Delayed Justice by Cara Putman

Delayed Justice by Cara Putman

Jaime Nichols has her life in control. Her apartment is stark white, her friends are kept at just the right distance, and her job as a defense attorney fulfills her need for justice. And she’s about to tie up the last loose ends in her life by pressing charges against the man who abused her… Read more »

A Poppy in Remembrance by Michelle Ule

A Poppy in Remembrance by Michelle Ule

In London in 1914, American Claire Meacham has a front row seat on the excitement as the Great War breaks out. This could be her opportunity to follow in her journalist father’s footsteps – but women aren’t welcome at the Boston News Service office except as stenographers. In the newsroom, she makes friends with dashing… Read more »

True Heart Girls Devotional: God’s Promises for Me! by Sherry Kyle

True Heart Girls: God's Promises for Me! by Sherry Kyle

Do you have a tween girl in your life? I have a hunch she’d love to make friends with Lauren, Emily, Brianna, Jessica, and Savannah – the True Heart Girls! Sherry Kyle‘s new book, True Heart Girls Devotional: God’s Promises for Me!, features stories about these five girls. The True Heart Girls deal with family,… Read more »

The Hope of Azure Springs by Rachel Fordham – and Book Giveaway!

The Hope of Azure Springs, by Rachel Fordham

The people of Azure Springs, Iowa find a young lady dying from a gunshot wound, and they save her life. Sheriff Caleb Reynolds tries to get to the bottom of Em’s story, but she knows little and she’s reluctant to share what she does know. Seven years before, Em and had come to Iowa on… Read more »

Book Beat – The Weaver’s Daughter, by Sarah Ladd

The Weaver's Daughter, by Sarah Ladd

The Dearborne family is committed to preserving the traditional ways of weaving. The Stockton family runs a mill, weaving cloth the modern way. When young Henry Stockton returns from war, he is struck by the lovely and bright Kate Dearborne, but family loyalties and distrust run deep on both sides. Will Kate and Henry’s growing… Read more »

Where the Fire Falls, by Karen Barnett – and Book Giveaway!

Where the Fire Falls, by Karen Barnett

In 1929, up-and-coming artist Olivia Rutherford is sent to Yosemite to paint watercolors for Scenic Magazine. After spending years cultivating her image as an avant-garde flapper, the last thing Olivia wants is to return to the national park where she grew up as poor Liv Rudd, daughter of an infamous murderer. Driven out of the… Read more »

Book Beat – A Refuge Assured, by Jocelyn Green

A Refuge Assured, by Jocelyn Green

During the French Revolution, anyone even associated with the nobility was in danger, and lacemaker Vivienne Ribard flees for her life to America. To her horror, she finds French revolutionaries in Philadelphia as well and flees again to the town of Azilum…a refuge from the madness. Or so she hopes. Liam Delaney fought for American… Read more »