Publisher: Eastwood Press

Daring To Dream by Vicki Hunt Budge

Daring To Dream by Vicki Hunt Budge

Belle Gardner leaves her family to care for a dear friend who is extremely ill. When her home remedies fail to produce a cure for Mrs. Stribling, Belle reluctantly seeks the help of George Jepson, a vilified physician’s apprentice who returned home to Clover Creek in disgrace. If George Jepson and the doctor who was training him hadn’t been drinking while caring for a patient […]

September 16, 2019 / 0 Comments
Ruby’s Rhapsody by Vicki Hunt Budge

Ruby’s Rhapsody by Vicki Hunt Budge

Ruby Gardner plays the organ with gusto, but only in the privacy of her own home with family around. When the handsome schoolteacher and fiddler moved to town, Ruby fell in love with him, and his music. Now, nearly two years later, the aloof fiddler still doesn’t know she exists. There’s only one thing that Nathan Banks loves more than teaching children, and that’s playing […]

August 21, 2019 / 1 Comment
Deliverance: Lydia’s Story by Vicki Hunt Budge

Deliverance: Lydia’s Story by Vicki Hunt Budge

Lydia Blankenship and her husband, Jim, lost their own little girl years ago to a medical mishap. It took Lydia nearly thirty years to stop hating the nurse who administered the wrong medicine. Now, she and Jim are once again in parental bliss as the legal guardians for Lydia’s charming five-year-old grandniece, Gracie. The girl’s mother, however—recently released from prison for drug-related theft—plots to kidnap […]

December 20, 2016 / 0 Comments
Renewal: Kayla’s Story by Vicki Hunt Budge

Renewal: Kayla’s Story by Vicki Hunt Budge

Kayla Morrison, an LDS young single adult, grew up in an unloving, verbally abusive home. It’s no wonder she’s skeptical when charming, successful Chris Christensen brings up love on their first date. Making things worse, her former fiancé shows up later and claims Chris doesn’t love her. Meanwhile Kayla’s father drops the bomb that he’s not her real father. And then he dies, setting Kayla […]

October 14, 2015 / 0 Comments