Genre: Historical

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
Fire and Steel: Out of the Smoke by Gerald N. Lund

Fire and Steel: Out of the Smoke by Gerald N. Lund

The Eckhardt and the Westland families move into one of the most turbulent times in history. Facing tectonic shifts like few generations have ever seen, they are caught up in a whirlwind that will permanently and profoundly alter their lives. Mired in the depths of a global economic depression, the world takes little notice of a 1930 Parliamentary election in the floundering democracy of Germany. […]

October 29, 2018 / 0 Comments
Letters from the Homefront by E.B. Wheeler

Letters from the Homefront by E.B. Wheeler

Evie Lewis finds little to look forward to in the Christmas of 1944. Her older brother, Albert, is missing in action in the Pacific Theater, and every day she sees the horrible effects of World War II while working at Bushnell General Military Hospital in Utah. Then, strange things begin to happen at work. Someone is going through Evie’s files, and a hospital employee may […]

October 29, 2018 / 0 Comments
Christmas Spoons by Cindy A. Christiansen

Christmas Spoons by Cindy A. Christiansen

Louise has been passed from one relative to another for years. Now, World War II has ended, she’s ready to graduate high school and wants to escape to Salt Lake City, Utah on her own. That is, until she meets Danny who has just returned from World War II. Danny longed for two years to return to his small home town. Now that he’s home, […]

October 10, 2018 / 0 Comments
Anna the Prophetess by H. B. Moore

Anna the Prophetess by H. B. Moore

When Anna’s great-niece Julia is exiled to Jerusalem as punishment for her refusal to marry a man old enough to be her father, Anna shares the story of her early days of courtship with her husband. Although Julia’s parents admonished her to observe firsthand how lonely Anna’s life is, Julia instead discovers that her great-aunt’s life is far from lonely—it is full of love, peace, […]

August 1, 2018 / 0 Comments
Forbidden Faith by Mechel Wall & R.H. Roberts

Forbidden Faith by Mechel Wall & R.H. Roberts

When Queen Mera’s son Noah takes the throne ahead of his righteous elder brother, Jarom, Mera hopes he will mend his ways and turn to the Lord. Instead, he leads the kingdom into iniquity, disregarding the priesthood and dishonoring his young wife. Mera fears she is to blame, and she can only hope that it is not too late to change his heart. Meanwhile, Noah’s […]

July 10, 2018 / 0 Comments
One Step Enough by Carla Kelly

One Step Enough by Carla Kelly

How does life go on in the aftermath of tragedy? If it were possible for two lovers to deserve peace, Owen and Della Davis should have been the happiest couple in Utah. But after the shocking deaths of two hundred friends and miners and the dispersal of their widows and children, happiness is hard to come by. Owen has promised Della he is through with […]

June 12, 2018 / 0 Comments
American Fork by George B. Handley

American Fork by George B. Handley

Zacharias Harker is a brilliant botanist and an aging recluse. Haunted by his mistakes and living without his wife and daughter for the past twenty years, he hatches the idea to write his magnum opus, a book on the implications of climate change for humanity focused on the wildflowers of Utah’s Wasatch Mountains. Just prior to the tragedy of 9/11, he hires a young artist, […]

May 25, 2018 / 0 Comments
Perils of Wrath by Elsie Park

Perils of Wrath by Elsie Park

To shaped their destiny, they must give up control. Welcome to knight boot camp! Sir Roland Beaumont’s investigation into his birth parents’ deaths leads him to Guildon Castle, domain of Lord Craven. Roland’s plans are complicated when the earl enlists him to tame his stepdaughter, Audrina Gibbons, by training her as a squire. Roland soon finds that Audrina is much more than he imagined. Unable […]

May 23, 2018 / 0 Comments
Road to Covered Bridge by Marilyn Brown

Road to Covered Bridge by Marilyn Brown

Escaping World War II After barely missing the devastation of Pearl Harbor, the McKinsey family makes a bridge-like transition, crossing from the experiences of war to what they hope is safety. However, when they arrive in Provo, Utah, what they find is a series of questions. Who is America Laughingheart? Who murdered Mrs. Potter? And who left the grave open? Other difficulties plague them: chickenpox, […]

May 11, 2018 / 0 Comments