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In the Pursuit of Eden by Stephanie Fowers

In the Pursuit of Eden by Stephanie Fowers

Everyone wants to find Eden’s Paradise. Except Ivy. Ivy is a city girl through and through. So when she follows her twin brother into the forests of the Uintas to make a documentary about looking for a treasure that’s plagued her family for generations, she’s a little out of her element. It’s the same treasure that ended her father’s life. Add to that her run-ins […]

May 2, 2019 / 0 Comments
Undercover Honeymoon by Kari Iroz

Undercover Honeymoon by Kari Iroz

Wedding bells are finally ringing for Jacklyn “Jack” Wyatt and her FBI-agent fiancé, Damon Wade. After their adventurous beginning, the happy couple finds the relative calm leading up to their big day a huge relief. Unfortunately, it seems the peace and quiet were too good to last. As they embark on their honeymoon, a weeklong cruise, Jack can’t shake the feeling that something is off […]

April 1, 2019 / 0 Comments
The Prospector and the Widow by Carolyn Twede Frank

The Prospector and the Widow by Carolyn Twede Frank

It is no secret that infamous gold miner, Cass Hite hates the Mormons. When he nearly dies while passing through a remote Mormon settlement, the kind-hearted widow, Sarah Hansen, takes him in and nurses him back to health. She has the room and the time to take care of this prospector that everyone else in town shuns. Sarah has known loneliness since a young age, […]

March 11, 2019 / 0 Comments
Meant for You by Raneé S. Clark

Meant for You by Raneé S. Clark

A hometown hero that’s suffering a personal crisis. A single-mom who’s back on her feet again. And the what-ifs they finally have a chance of seeing come true. A year after her divorce, Chelsea Lewis spends most of her days working part-time at her cousin’s bakery and hiding veggies in her picky son’s lunches. Then she reconnects with an old friend who helps Chelsea in […]

January 2, 2019 / 1 Comment
Linda Wallheim: Not of This Fold by Mette Ivie Harrison

Linda Wallheim: Not of This Fold by Mette Ivie Harrison

Now that all five of her sons have left home, Mormon bishop’s wife Linda Wallheim has quite a bit of time on her hands, most of which she spends worrying about the state of the country and how her youngest son, Samuel, who is openly gay, is faring on his mission in Boston. She has also become close with one of the women in her […]

December 4, 2018 / 0 Comments
Hermana by Becca McCulloch

Hermana by Becca McCulloch

Bookish and street-smart Hermana Lannie Lewis wants to be more than the child of a broken home who flunked out of music school. Full-time mission service will carry her away from the problems with her dad and immerse her hands in the work of God, or, it would, if she’d stop hiding in the bathroom and wishing the island had better bug spray. When a […]

November 5, 2018 / 1 Comment
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
A Miracle for Ann by Sara Fitzgerald

A Miracle for Ann by Sara Fitzgerald

Ann is two-years-old and was recently diagnosed with autism. Her parents are desperate to help her. Ann shows great promise. However, she needs early intervention at an expensive preschool. Going to school could give Ann the life her parents always dreamed of for her. But paying for the school would take a miracle, and this Christmas season, miracles seem to be in short supply. Rating: […]

October 29, 2018 / 0 Comments
Fighting the Promise by F. Allan Roth

Fighting the Promise by F. Allan Roth

When the Chinese conquered America, the government gave up without a fight—but the people didn’t. Church leaders had cautioned the people that the collapse of their nation was the fulfillment of an ancient prophetic promise from the Book of Mormon. Fighting against the occupation, they warned, would be the same as fighting against God’s righteous judgment on a nation ripened in iniquity. But when war […]

October 6, 2018 / 0 Comments
The Empty Manger by Anita Stansfield

The Empty Manger by Anita Stansfield

It is just two days until Christmas. The lights are twinkling on the tree, music plays merrily in the background, and holiday goodies have been delivered throughout the neighborhood. But for Loralee, these jolly preparations ring hollow. Her longing to share Christmas with children of her own remains an unfulfilled dream, so when the Baby Jesus disappears from the manger scene outside her home, it […]

October 6, 2018 / 0 Comments