Tag: forgiveness

The Truth about Miss Ashbourne by Joanna Barker

The Truth about Miss Ashbourne by Joanna Barker

Governess Juliana Ashbourne has dreams reaching far beyond the confines of her current position, hoping to someday establish her own school for girls. When she inherits a fortune from her late grandfather, she is shocked to learn that “someday” may soon be within reach. However, there is one condition: she must spend a month at the estate of Havenfield–with the very family who disowned her […]

November 2, 2018 / 2 Comments
As Wide As the Sky by Jessica Pack

As Wide As the Sky by Jessica Pack

Five a.m.: Amanda Mallorie wakes to the knowledge that her son Robbie is gone. And a new chapter of her own life must begin. She has spent four years as her son’s only support, desperately trying to understand the actions that landed him on death row and to change his fate. Now Amanda faces an even more difficult task—finding a way, and a reason, to […]

July 31, 2018 / 0 Comments
Healing Sarah by Lorin Grace

Healing Sarah by Lorin Grace

The only thing colder than Summer 1816 is Sarah’s heart, and Dr. Timison Dawes is determined to melt it. Sarah Marden is perfectly happy in her role as the family spinster. Almost. But things aren’t the way they should be this summer. Emma’s health is failing, snow is falling in June, and Timmy is back. Twenty years ago, Sarah ran from his kisses because he […]

March 14, 2018 / 1 Comment
Snowdrift by Debra Erfert

Snowdrift by Debra Erfert

Artist Abigail Carson crashes off the deserted highway during a Wyoming blizzard while driving to reach her dying mother. Carbon County Sheriff Jackson Reynolds rescues her, leaving her Jeep in the snowdrift as the storm becomes a whiteout. They’re trapped at his ranch for the week leading up to Christmas, along with his two young daughters, a protective mother-in-law, and a bitter memory of his […]

June 27, 2017 / 0 Comments
The Prodigal Father by Richard M. Siddoway

The Prodigal Father by Richard M. Siddoway

Does it take a funeral to learn how to forgive? When Scott left home after graduating high school, he told himself he would never go back. But thirty-two years later, he finds himself home again—for his father’s funeral. The man who had driven Scott away becomes the reason that brings him back, but not for reconciliation. Scott’s past away from home begins to unravel, and […]

May 9, 2017 / 0 Comments
In A Moment by Sarah Gerdes

In A Moment by Sarah Gerdes

Lindy Gordon is living the enviable life of an entrepreneur in San Francisco. Her public relations firm is thriving, her five-year marriage is strong and her apartment at the top of Noe Valley is the envy of her friends. Then the unthinkable happens. An accident briefly ends her life, leaving her with a scar, cracked bones and fractured images that make no sense—at first. As […]

February 21, 2017 / 0 Comments
Between Hope & the Highway by Charissa Stastny

Between Hope & the Highway by Charissa Stastny

Sometimes life gets so messed up there’s no other option than to grab your boots and get the heck out of Dodge. That’s what Liz Ruthersford does when broken promises threaten to destroy her peace and sanity. Memories can be weapons, and hers have become incoming missiles. Fleeing home and her parents’ pity, she seeks refuge on a remote ranch in Montana where no one […]

September 21, 2016 / 0 Comments
Grandma’s Christmas Wish by Shelley Bingham Husk

Grandma’s Christmas Wish by Shelley Bingham Husk

The Cavanaugh’s are a young family torn apart by tragedy, reunited by a wish. All Grandma ever wanted for Christmas was to have her family together. Twenty-nine-year-old Claire eloped to escape the memories of her parents, believing that her grandmother was responsible for their deaths. Twenty-seven-year-old Jack rarely comes home, having bought into Claire’s memories of the tragic night their parents were killed. Twenty-year-old Darby […]

August 23, 2016 / 0 Comments
A Fire That Heals by D Vansen

A Fire That Heals by D Vansen

Serena is devastated when her lifelong friend, Aminadab, is banned from Zarahemla for abandoning his faith and persecuting the saints. To add to her despair, she loses the rare ruby her father entrusted to her. Unbeknownst to her, Aminadab finds the ruby and takes it as his only reminder of Serena. Now an outcast, he joins the company of dissenters seeking refuge among the bloodthristy […]

May 13, 2016 / 0 Comments