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Struggle for Limhah: Fighting Foreign Armies by Angelique Conger

Struggle for Limhah: Fighting Foreign Armies by Angelique Conger

A horde attacks… Seeking coins and women… A battle for freedom in the time before the flood Fighting against a larger, better equipped army to protect Limhah, Aleeza and Joshua discover their friendship has become love. Can Joshua protect Aleeza from marauders? Can they help maintain their small city’s freedom? What else will happen before they can be together? Avoiding capture, struggling to survive, and […]

April 20, 2021 / 0 Comments
In Ellen’s Shoes by Emily Beeson

In Ellen’s Shoes by Emily Beeson

A novel based on the life of Ellen Breakell Neibaur, a Victorian-era pioneer who, despite unending trials, kept trekking forward. Ellen has made the most reprehensible choice of her life and must abide by the consequences. But when strange dreams lead her and Alexander, the Prussian dentist, to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she wonders if there might be a measure of […]

April 7, 2021 / 0 Comments
Struggle for Limhah: Combating Cults by Angelique Conger

Struggle for Limhah: Combating Cults by Angelique Conger

Attacking men… Spinning staff… Elke decided fear won’t share her life anymore. She has become competent with the staff and expects to protect herself. But four men at once? And a baby on her back? Priests from Nod believe people in Limhah owe them donation coins, even though they left Nod and its laws three years earlier. If they can’t get coins, they’ll take women […]

March 18, 2021 / 0 Comments
The Jupiter Knife by D.J. Butler and Aaron Michael Ritchey

The Jupiter Knife by D.J. Butler and Aaron Michael Ritchey

Even ghosts need help from a cunning man. Hiram and his son Michael are dowsing a well in Eastern Utah when they hear a cry of help from the ghost of a small boy, torn to pieces by wild animals. Before they can even begin to look into that tragedy, however, a prosperous local rancher is murdered right before their eyes. In an attempt to […]

February 2, 2021 / 0 Comments
Found  by M.B. Padovich

Found by M.B. Padovich

Two different races, two different religions. Nia and Kent seem to have very different lives but they are actually more similar than they first realize. Nia’s traumatic and dark past comes crashing in on her as her plane crash-lands in the city she never wanted to return to. Kent immediately dislikes Nia’s cold and hateful persona, but because of Kent’s loving mother, he is forced […]

January 22, 2021 / 0 Comments
Food for Thought by Lea Carter

Food for Thought by Lea Carter

Noella Cormier has a full schedule, but her new life in Cadmia, Missouri is remarkably like her old life on Prince Edward Island. She even has the same clients, thanks to technology. When she isn’t working for herself, she’s busy volunteering somewhere—which is how she ended up in charge of the entire production for this year’s annual Christmas charity play. A chance encounter with the […]

November 14, 2020 / 0 Comments
Home Free by Lea Carter

Home Free by Lea Carter

Billionaire heiress Harmony Wells does her best to stay under the radar. She lives simply, goes to church, has weekly movie nights with friends, goes drag racing on the weekends… But it’s all a façade. Two years is her limit for any town and Cadmia, Missouri will soon be just a pleasant memory. Grant Reeves moved to Cadmia with a self-diagnosed case of burnout. Former […]

November 13, 2020 / 0 Comments
It’s Always Been You by Elin Williams Dastrup

It’s Always Been You by Elin Williams Dastrup

Is it possible that the privilege of being soulmates might come with the power to save a soul? Joseph is an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with a phenomenal life. Paul is a tortured soul who succumbs to addiction, ultimately betraying his wife and family. After their lives fatefully collide, the challenge is to salvage relationships with God, family, […]

November 11, 2020 / 0 Comments
In Due Season by Lea Carter

In Due Season by Lea Carter

Grace Myers fell hopelessly in love at sweet sixteen. Seventeen years later, it’s still hopeless. She’s grown into a confident, independent woman who owns her own veterinarian practice—but Alec Fitzsimmons still treats her like the little girl from church. Will he ever see past her status as his son’s best friend? Alec’s life takes a turn worthy of a roller coaster when he realizes he […]

November 7, 2020 / 0 Comments
A Country Mile by Lea Carter

A Country Mile by Lea Carter

Merry McKinney has carved out a nice life for herself; established a solid reputation in the furniture restoration industry. Her website boasts hundreds of completed projects, from family heirlooms to one-of-a-kind exhibition pieces. Sure, she’s thirty-seven and single, but maybe that’s for the best…even if it does hurt like lemon juice in a papercut sometimes. Tyrel Scott never thought of himself as a knight in […]

November 6, 2020 / 0 Comments