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The London Restoration by Rachel McMillan

The London Restoration by Rachel McMillan

World War II may be over, but for Brent and Diana Somerville, the journey is just beginning. Newlyweds when Brent was sent to be a medic in the British Army, now they have to learn each other all over again. And both are carrying secrets. During the war, Diana broke codes at Bletchley Park, a… Read more »

Fragments of Light by Michèle Phoenix

Fragments of Light by Michele Phoenix

June 6, 1944. Paratrooper Callum McElway jumps into Normandy on D-day but ends up tangled in a tree. A young French girl cuts Cal down, tends his wounds, and brings him into the castle where the villagers are hiding in case the Germans return. All Cal wants is to complete his mission and return to… Read more »

A Wing and a Prayer by Julie Lessman

A Wing and a Prayer by Julie Lessman

Orphan Gabriella (don’t dare call her that!) “Gabe” O’Connor has grown up with the loving, boisterous O’Connor family, but at her heart she’s still a streetwise, heartbroken little girl. When the US enters World War II, Gabe decides to put her piloting skills to use in the WASPs. But her trouble-making tendencies get in her… Read more »

Set the Stars Alight by Amanda Dykes

Set the Stars Alight by Amanda Dykes

In modern times, Lucy Clairmont and Dash Greene grow up together in England, inseparable friends, united over a love of books and of Lucy’s father’s storytelling. But when they grow up, they grow apart, Dash pursuing a career in forensic astronomy in his native America and Lucy chasing after her late father’s most elusive tale,… Read more »

The White Rose Resists by Amanda Barratt

The White Rose by Amanda Barratt

When Anneliese Brandt comes to Munich in 1942, her only purpose is to have one year of relative freedom, studying at the university until she has to marry the man picked out for her by her father, an officer in the SS. Resistance was rare in Nazi Germany and ruthlessly put down, and although Anneliese… Read more »

Veiled in Smoke by Jocelyn Green

Sisters Meg and Sylvie Townsend would be perfectly happy running the family bookstore in Chicago if only their father were his old self. Stephen Townsend came home from the Civil War a changed man, forever pacing the roof and creating a mock-up of the Andersonville prison camp. Meg does what she can to make him… Read more »

A Girl’s Guide to the Outback, by Jessica Kate

A Girl's Guide to the Outback, by Jessica Kate

With her sharp mind for business, Kimberly Foster has big plans for Wildfire, the youth ministry where she works in Virginia. But she is constantly butting heads with the ministry’s founder, handsome Australian Samuel Payton. When Kimberly defies him and presents her expansion proposal, the board approves it – but Sam quits and heads home… Read more »

The Thief of Lanwyn Manor by Sarah E. Ladd

The Thief of Lanwyn Manor by Sarah E. Ladd

Julia Twewethey journeys to Lanwyn Manor in Cornwall to aid her cousin, confined to bed for her pregnancy. But when Julia arrives, she’s held up at the local inn, only to be rescued by the gallant Isaac Blake. Isaac and his twin brother, Matthew, run their late father’s copper mine. Although Matthew inherited the mine… Read more »

Three Little Things, by Patti Stockdale

Three Little Things, by Patti Stockdale

As America enters into the Great War in 1917, Hattie Waltz has her hands full with the Knitting Brigade. When she gets roped into singing for the departing soldiers at the train station, she never dreams she’ll attract the attention of two men. Unfortunately, one is Arno Kreger, a childhood friend now known for brawling…. Read more »

The Major’s Daughter by Regina Jennings

Caroline Adams knows two things – she wasn’t cut out for high society after all and she’s tired of living under her father’s roof at Fort Reno. The 1889 Land Run in Oklahoma gives her a chance to make it on her own, perhaps opening a boardinghouse for weary travelers. Shaking off his roguish past,… Read more »