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The Farmer’s Daughter by Julie L. Spencer

The Farmer’s Daughter by Julie L. Spencer

Sometimes our dreams are right before our eyes. Ashley’s been taught all her life to find a nice Mormon boy and get married in a temple. That’s easier said than done living in rural Michigan, where members of her church are few and far between. Ashley drives each morning to the University of Michigan to study pre-med, while her non-member boyfriend Paul, the boy next […]

May 26, 2020 / 0 Comments
Her Broken Hero Billionaire by Stephanie Fowers

Her Broken Hero Billionaire by Stephanie Fowers

If she wasn’t on the run, she’d leave… But she’s stuck with him like Persephone with Hades. Welcome to Billionaire Bachelor Mountain Cove. Off the grid, exclusive and remote, it’s the best place for a man to lick his wounds and heal. Jett Eastwood’s climbing accident changes the course of his life forever. Hannah Noah must escape an abusive ex who will do anything to […]

May 20, 2020 / 0 Comments
River by Dean Hughes

River by Dean Hughes

Where Faith and Consecration Converge When the settlers from the Muddy River Mission, including the Davis Family, move to Long Valley in Utah, they establish the town of Orderville, the most successful and longest-lasting attempt at living the United Order. River is the story of these idealistic settlers who devoted themselves to living this order with “no rich or poor among them.” As they strive […]

April 23, 2020 / 0 Comments
Paper Hearts and Angels by Marianne Gowers

Paper Hearts and Angels by Marianne Gowers

Haley’s life had been turned upside down, going from a single woman without a care in the world to a mother raising four children. Despite her early misgivings, she was quickly learning to love the children her sister had left in her care. Ashlyn, the soon-to-be-teenager was like an extension of Haley, always stepping in to fix dinner or to resolve a crisis. Aaron, the […]

April 16, 2020 / 0 Comments
Mormon Steampunk Anthology: A Mighty Fortress

Mormon Steampunk Anthology: A Mighty Fortress

In this fourth installment of the incredible Mormon Steampunk series by Immortal Works Press you’ll find seventeen different tales spun by seventeen different authors, having only “steampunk” and “Mormon” in common. Tales of semi-sentient temples that walk and fly, a missionary’s unfortunate encounter with hostile natives whose mechanical knowledge far exceeds his own, a hidden treasure trove and a kidnapped girl saved by Porter Rockwell, […]

February 19, 2020 / 0 Comments
Goodbye, Nauvoo by Marie Woodward

Goodbye, Nauvoo by Marie Woodward

In 1845, Nauvoo, Illinois was a bustling city of Latter-day Saints, but an exodus was on the horizon. Mobs riddled Nauvoo and threatened to burn the city if the Saints didn’t leave. Goodbye, Nauvoo is based on the lives of three real women from a pioneer family: Martha, a young mother who wants nothing more than to see the completion of the Nauvoo temple and […]

November 28, 2019 / 0 Comments
The Librarian Picks Her Poison by Amber Gilchrist

The Librarian Picks Her Poison by Amber Gilchrist

Audrey Scott has solved a murder before, but never one that matters so much. Audrey Scott might be a children’s librarian, but that isn’t all she can do. When her best friend, Gretchen Holden, stands accused of a murder, Audrey can’t handle doing nothing more than bailing Gretchen out of jail. She has to figure out who really killed Gretchen’s step-father, a universally hated federal […]

November 18, 2019 / 0 Comments
Finding Hope by Shannon Symonds

Finding Hope by Shannon Symonds

Can four broken people save one lost girl? Hope is hiding from her present, Grace is hiding from their past. What happens when their worlds collide? With nothing but her guitar and a few belongings, Hope Flanagan escapes the abuse and negligence from her mother’s boyfriend. Hope’s lucky enough to find a warm exhaust vent in an alley of her coastal town and blessed with […]

November 7, 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
The Goats and the Sheep by Karen E. Dimick

The Goats and the Sheep by Karen E. Dimick

Life was going to be just perfect once Randy fully lived the gospel! A wonderful husband, beautiful children, and wonderful women to minister to, what could go wrong? Randy is a young, Latter-Day Saint mother, and she has things all figured out. As a child, her life was unsettled and disturbing at times, but now she is following the gospel of Jesus Christ. She is […]

September 27, 2019 / 0 Comments