Jenny Goodnight

By Killarney Traynor

Jenny Goodnight’s father was a preacher man, anything but a role model when it came to sins of the flesh, but Jenny loved him. As she grew up, she became a missionary with a difference: she learned how to use a gun. She shows off...

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The Cowboy & the Cheerleader

By Mary Allen Redd

The Cowboy & the Cheerleader is a work of fiction in the women’s fiction, interpersonal drama, and romance sub-genres, and was penned by author Mary Allen Redd. In a drama that spans many years and shows us how life can deliver many unexpected twists, turns,...

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Hidden Between the Lines

By Sally A. Laughlin

Hidden Between the Lines: A 19th Century Historical Romance by Sally A. Laughlin is the story of two innocent women who were thrown into terrible circumstances. Lady Rachel was looking forward to meeting the dashing Lieutenant Phillip Prescott when her dreams were shattered by her...

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The Truth in a Lie

By Jan Turk Petrie

Even before you have finished reading the opening chapter of The Truth in a Lie by Jan Turk Petrie, you know you have discovered a skilled creative writer. It takes well-honed writing talent to quickly arouse reader interest in something as ordinary as moving residences...

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Gifts for the Dead

Rivers, Book 2
By Joan Schweighardt

Joan Schweighardt's historical novel, Gifts for the Dead: Rivers, Book 2, is set in Hoboken, NJ, between 1911 to 1919, 1927 and 1928. Nora Sweeney is 19, Irish-American, whose parents died when she was four years old. She grows up living with her Aunt...

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Little Lost Things

Arms of Grace Book II (A Kidnapping Crime Thriller)
By Eleanor Chance

Despite being disabled, Johnny behaves like a typical teenage boy in Little Lost Things by Eleanor Chance. Johnny and his mother, Grace, butt heads about everything as Johnny yearns for independence. Johnny has had enough and walks out when he discovers that Grace has been...

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Clara's Way

By Roberta R. Carr

Clara’s Way is a work of fiction in the historical, romantic, and personal drama sub-genres, and was penned by author Roberta R. Carr. Set in 1904, our protagonist is Clara Tyler, who goes along quite happily in her work as a nurse in Ohio. But...

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Lady Sings the Boos

An Indigo Eady Cozy Mystery Short Story
By Gwen Gardner

A ghost whisperer is hired to investigate supernatural happenings at a soon-be-opened retro-forties nightclub in the extraordinary novella, Lady Sings The Boos (An Indigo Eady Cozy Mystery Short Story) by Gwen Gardner. Indigo Eady has the uncanny ability to see and hear ghosts. Her Victorian...

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An Impossible Price

Front Range Brides - Book 3
By Davalynn Spencer

An Impossible Price is a work of fiction in the historical, Christian and romantic sub-genres, and was penned by author Davalynn Spencer. The third story from the Front Range Brides romantic series, in this adventure we meet protagonist Sophie Price, an unmarried woman who has...

Fair as a Star

A Victorian Romance
By Mimi Matthews

The story opens as Beryl is returning from Paris with her Aunt Hortensia. Beryl has been gone for a year and her homecoming means she will soon be getting married to Sir Henry Rivenhall. Beryl and Henry are a compatible match but without much love....

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