Genre: Historical

Trailing the Hunter by Heidi Eljarbo

Trailing the Hunter by Heidi Eljarbo

Opposition, courage, and determination. Not the most pleasing qualities for a young, eligible woman. But to some, her strength could mean life or death. ***1661 in Norway*** Clara Dahl has made a decision. She has seen the dread and sorrow witch-finder Angus Hill has caused in her hometown and sets out to find him. Her goal is to fight the wrongful and wicked misconceptions about […]

October 30, 2019 / 0 Comments
Bootleggers & Basil by E.B. Wheeler

Bootleggers & Basil by E.B. Wheeler

A Greek odyssey in 1920s Utah. When Helen immigrates from Greece to Salt Lake City only to discover that her arranged marriage has fallen through, she struggles to find purpose in a country that doesn’t seem to want her. Can fellow immigrant Demetrios convince her that the American Dream is worth fighting for? An earlier version of this novella appeared as The Picture Bride in […]

October 14, 2019 / 0 Comments
The Faith of a Queen by L.A. Pattillo

The Faith of a Queen by L.A. Pattillo

Is there truly a treasure greater than Gold? Growing up in the slums of Ishmael in 70 BC, Hannah knows what it is to be starving and without hope. Determined to be a help and not a burden to her family, she spends her days seeking for work in order to put more food on the table. This task is more difficult than it appears […]

October 9, 2019 / 0 Comments
Deborah: Prophetess of God by H.B. Moore

Deborah: Prophetess of God by H.B. Moore

After years of mistreatment, the Israelites prepare to defend themselves against the oppressive Canaanites. Readying for war not only takes secret military training but also an Israelite leader who is willing to both stand against generations of oppression and follow God. Deborah, a young Israelite woman, lives a quiet and isolated life with her father and brothers. As a shepherdess in the hills near her […]

September 2, 2019 / 0 Comments
Fire and Steel: Into the Flames by Gerald N. Lund

Fire and Steel: Into the Flames by Gerald N. Lund

Adolf Hitler has completed his transformation of the German Republic into a total dictatorship. The Great Depression and relentless drought continue to ravage the United States. In all corners of the world, fear and uncertainty seem to rule the day. Can there be any hope on the horizon? In America, Mitch and Edie continue their struggle to hang on to the ranch that has been […]

September 2, 2019 / 0 Comments
Deborah: Fugitive of Faith by Diane Stringham Tolley

Deborah: Fugitive of Faith by Diane Stringham Tolley

160 B.C. A new king and a time of transition and upheaval in the kingdom of Lehi-Nephi. A young Hebrew girl, renowned for her beauty, becomes the ultimate prize of two of the priests of the evil King Noah. Oren, wicked like his king, and Alma, young and idealistic. To choose Alma, as her heart dictates, means to abandon her life of wealth and ease. […]

June 28, 2019 / 0 Comments
The Faith of a Wife by L.A. Pattillo

The Faith of a Wife by L.A. Pattillo

Is what they will lose, worth the cost? A Prophet of the Lord. A God calling for repentance. A Danger they never knew existed. After being thrown in prison for preaching of God in the town square, Amulek must rely on his new found faith that his family will be spared the evil running rampant through the city. Little does he know that this is […]

June 14, 2019 / 0 Comments
Muddy by Dean Hughes

Muddy by Dean Hughes

When Brigham Young summons young Morgan Davis to his office and calls him to join other missionaries in settling the Muddy River Valley (what is now Nevada), Morgan can’t imagine what lies in store. He has just two weeks to find a wife and gather enough belongings to help start a settlement. As Morgan and his new bride, Angeline, travel the long trail south in […]

May 16, 2019 / 0 Comments
A Song for the Stars by Ilima Todd

A Song for the Stars by Ilima Todd

Inspired by a true story Hawaiian Islands, 1779 As the second daughter of a royal chief, Maile will be permitted to marry for love. Her fiancé is the best navigator in Hawaii, and he taught her everything he knows—how to feel the ocean, observe the winds, read the stars, and how to love. But when sailors from a strange place called England arrive on her […]

April 4, 2019 / 1 Comment
Charlie’s Choice by Zina Abbott

Charlie’s Choice by Zina Abbott

Charlie, it would be easier to stop the flow of the great Missouri and Kansas Rivers than to prevent the Americans from coming to Kansas. It is 1856, and the United States opened Kansas Territory to American settlement two years before. Land belonging to the once-powerful Kansa tribe, known to the whites as the Kaw, was sold by treaty to the Americans a generation earlier. […]

January 7, 2019 / 0 Comments