by Deeanne Gist
Saddled with a man’s name, the captivating Billy Jack Tate makes no apologies for taking on a man’s profession. As a doctor at the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair, she is one step closer to having her very own medical practice—until Texas Ranger, Hunter Scott asks her to give it all up to become his wife. Clash of wills but will love win out? Another fun read from Deeanne Gist!
Plots and Pans
by Kelly Eileen Hake
Tucker Carmichael likes order, especially on a cattle drive. The Chisholm Trail is dirty, dangerous, and no place for women. After being away at school, Jessalyn Culpepper has come home and is determined to show everyone that a woman can manage everything from cooking to cattle! Tucker is horrified when she wants to join the cattle drive. But when they need a chuck wagon cook, Jessalyn seems the only solution.
by Jolina Petersheim
Rhoda , a Mennonite woman, with a past she wants to hide, is the head midwife at Hopen Haus. Beth Winslow, a surrogate whose unborn child has some abnormalities, flees to Hopen Haus were Rhoda works. Add to that a pregnant young woman named Amelia who arrives bearing secrets of her own. As Amelia’s due date draws near, Rhoda must face her past and those she thought she had left behind in order for the healing power of love and forgiveness to set them all free.
Bridge to Haven
by Francine Rivers
It’s the 1950s and Lena Scott is the hottest rising star since Marilyn Monroe. Only a few people know her by real name Abra and even fewer know the price she has paid for stardom. Pastor Ezekiel Freeman found her years ago, an abandoned newborn. The scars of that event left her vulnerable to a fast talker who lured her to Hollywood, to a life she is not prepared for. Fame comes at an awful price. She has burned every bridge to get exactly what she thought she wanted. Now, all she wants is a way back home.
The Pelican Bride
by Beth White
In 1704 Genevieve Gaillain and her sister board a ship to the Louisiana colony as mail-order brides. Genevieve knows life won’t be easy but when she falls in love with Tristan Lanier, an expatriate cartographer whose fair treatment of native people has made him unpopular in the colony, Genevieve realizes that even in this land of liberty one is not guaranteed peace. And a secret she harbors could mean the undoing of the colony itself.
One Perfect Spring
by Irene Hannon
Claire Summers is an independent single mother who is doing her best she can. Keith Watson is a workaholic with no social life. As the executive assistant to a local philanthropic businessman, he’s used to fielding requests for donations. But when a letter from Claire’s eleven-year-old daughter reaches his desk, everything changes. The girl isn’t asking for money, but for help finding the long-lost son of an elderly neighbor.