Tag: 2011

Immortal Mine by Cindy C. Bennett

Niahm (pronounced Neeve) Parker is thoroughly content with her life in the small town of Goshen. Her parents, who travel frequently for their work, have raised a headstrong, independent teen. While her peers can hardly wait for the opportunity to leave, Niahm plans to stay forever. When Shane Coleman and his nephew Sam move into town, it’s the biggest event to happen in as long […]

December 4, 2011 / 0 Comments

The Chimney Sweep Charm by Marcia Lynn McClure

There was the muffled sound of audience members standing up, and Baylee and Candice turned to look behind them. “Holy smokes!” Baylee breathed. “It’s like a Navy SEAL convention or something,” Candice added. And it was! Baylee couldn’t believe that over twenty-five of the people in the orientation audience were tall, dark, handsome, buff guys dressed all in black. Each man stood with his feet […]

December 1, 2011 / 0 Comments

House of Diamonds by Karen Jones Gowen

In this sequel to Gowen’s debut novel, Uncut Diamonds, she follows sisters Cindy and Marcie as they reach a crossroads in their lives. House of Diamonds tells the story of two women, one facing opportunity the other tragedy. Can their bond endure? Marcie pursues her dream of becoming a published writer while Cindy faces a terrible tragedy. In this gripping story of faith, loss and […]

November 30, 2011 / 0 Comments

A Walk In Heaven by Marie Higgins

All he wanted was to trust again. Joshua Grayson is not happy about his new sister-in-law’s visit and he uses the term ‘sister-in-law’ loosely as Careen Kennedy Grayson was a complete stranger. Joshua’s brother, Matthew, left the family ranch in the dead of night to run away and wed a woman he’d never met. The fact Matthew was killed moments after walking out of the […]

November 29, 2011 / 1 Comment
The Sweetest Kiss by Marie Higgins

The Sweetest Kiss by Marie Higgins

Lord Trey Worthington isn’t about to give his heart to a woman. He does not want a marriage like his parents. But when his mother brings in a childhood acquaintance into the home to sponsor into society, Trey has to get Miss Faraday trained properly. The more he gets to know Judith, the more he yearns for something he doesn’t dare reach for. Judith is […]

November 29, 2011 / 0 Comments

The Miracle of Mirador by C. Michael Perry

What if it took the loss of everything you loved for you to become whom you were meant to be? Miraden, Master Magician and Enchanter under the direction of the Creators of the Realms of the Crystal Orb, finds a boy pure of heart and mind. The ancient Prophecy is fulfilled in Daniel, the miracle boy, as he learns and is guided at the Master’s […]

November 27, 2011 / 0 Comments

Applespell by Danyelle Leafty

When the faerie queen is unable to revive Mara, Nerissa decides that she’s done with fairy godmothering, finished with being a winged problem solver, and no longer willing to deal with the heartbreak that comes from wishes, wings, and wands. She is not, however, going to give up dealing with DIDs. (Damsels in Distress) But now, rather than mopping up messes and helping them achieve […]

November 26, 2011 / 0 Comments

In the Valley of the Mountains by Anita Stansfield

Jamie walked away…He wondered why he was even trying. He felt certain there was nothing he could ever say or do to compete with a man like Hugh Montgomery, and he was fooling himself to believe that he could ever be a contender for Gillian Brierley’s heart. The year is 1862, and the setting is Salt Lake City. Gillian — Ian and Wren’s eldest daughter […]

November 26, 2011 / 0 Comments

Cloak by James Gough

You know the neighbor down the street who looks a little like a rodent? What if he’s part gerbil? Or that beaky store clerk? She could be one-fifth cockatoo. Just suppose that half-humans/half-animals have lived incognito for centuries, blending in seamlessly. And suppose you are the only person on earth able to see through their ruse. Thirteen-year-old Will Tuttle lives a boring, friendless life trapped […]

November 26, 2011 / 0 Comments

Texting Through Time by Christy Monson

The phone buzzed in Micah’s pocket. He pulled it out and the screen lit up. June 1, 1812. Backwoods of New York State. Brigham Young’s eleventh birthday. When 12-year-old Micah “borrows” his father’s experimental time-travel phone, his dreams of seeing the future are dashed as he and his sister, Alicia, end up trapped in the past at Brigham Young’s boyhood home. Their only hope is […]

November 25, 2011 / 0 Comments