By Tracey Hoffmann
Eli has an eye fixed for marriage and longs for a cheerful ever after existence, yet he has a lot to do earlier than that’s ever prone to ensue. Alliances are made to accomplish a typical aim, yet everyones playing cards is probably not at the desk, who might be depended on? occasions have became his international the other way up back and he’s now in a race opposed to time to discover his spouse to be.
By Henry K Ripplinger
By Jennifer L. AlLee,Angela Breidenbach,Darlene Franklin,Cynthia Hickey,Carrie Fancett Pagels,Tiffany Amber Stockton,Niki Turner,Gina Welborn,Becca Whitham
By Leonora Pruner
By A. Shope
When confronted with an incredible heartbreak, physician Amanda Sloan, a brand new York urban health professional, reveals herself at a crossroad. Feeling as if every thing is being stripped away, life-changing situations reason Amanda to relocate to Grand Ronde, Oregon the place she takes up place of dwelling at the Achantchuyuk reservation. operating within the reservation sanatorium with a staff of common Practitioners, she is immersed in tribal tradition and neighborhood clash. Amanda is faced by way of her personal own demons. blind to the liberty that gallops within the open fields that encompass her every day, health care professional Sloan fights her blindness to determine the hot existence that waits for her. the pony. See the way it runs...
By Rachel Hauck
From New York Times bestselling writer comes The marriage ceremony Dress.
Four brides. One Dress.
A story of religion, redemption, and undying love.
Charlotte owns an elegant Birmingham bridal boutique. Dressing brides for his or her special occasion is her reward . . . and her ardour. yet together with her personal marriage ceremony day imminent, why can’t she locate the ideal dress…or think sure she should still marry Tim?
Then Charlotte discovers a classic gown in a battered trunk at an property sale. It appears brand-new—shimmering with pearls and satin, hand-stitched and timeless in its layout. yet the place did it come from? Who wore it? Who welded the lock close and tucked the puppy tags in that little sachet? Who left it within the basement for a ten-year-old woman? And what in regards to the mysterious guy within the red vest who insists the gown were “redeemed.”
Charlotte’s look for the gown’s history—and its new bride—begins as a distraction from her sputtering love existence. however it takes on a lifetime of its personal as she involves comprehend the ladies who've worn the costume. Emily from 1912. Mary Grace from 1939. Hillary from 1968. every one along with her personal tale of promise, ache, and future. and every with anything targeted to proportion. For woven in the threads of the attractive hundred-year-old costume is the reality approximately Charlotte’s background, the ability of braveness and religion, and the undying fantastic thing about discovering real love.
“The tale of 4 loveable girls, miraculously sure via one costume, whose lives span a century . . . will take your breath away.” —Beth Webb Hart, bestselling writer of Love, Charleston
By Martha Rhynes
Milly and Robert fall in love on December 7, 1941, a similar day the japanese assault Pearl Harbor. He turns into a Marine pilot, and even with her mom and dad' disapproval, they marry. whereas conflict rages on continents, she awaits his go back from the South Pacific. Raised in Tulsa, Milly strikes to Robert's remoted ranch and turns into Uncle Charley's cook dinner and ranch hand. jointly, they live to tell the tale a snowstorm, a twister, and a tragedy regarding pals at Eureka Springs. in the meantime, Robert flies bombing missions over Rabaul, an enemy provide base. Later, he transports males and provides to Tinian, the island from which the atomic bomb is introduced. Milly attends collage in Alton, and turns into a winning junior highschool instructor. while the Germans hand over in Europe in 1945, she celebrates V-E Day together with her buddies, Audrey and Sidney. Letters continue Milly and Robert's marriage alive in the course of the warfare, yet many courageous americans are killed or wounded prior to the japanese eventually hand over and Robert comes home.
By Jennifer Beckstrand
Elsie Helmuth’s plain-spoken methods bought her in hassle as soon as ahead of, so she must make an excellent influence at her new educating activity. yet she's now not approximately to permit disabled scholar Wally Sensenig paintings lower than his strength. and she or he certainly won’t submit together with his hot-headed older brother sabotaging her efforts, irrespective of how good-looking he's. . .
Sam is almost on the finish of his rope taking care of his in poor health, widowed mom, operating their farm, and elevating his siblings. he will admit Elsie’s principles are bringing Wally out of his offended shell—but why does she need to be as obdurate as she is lovely? but because it seems, Elsie has taught Sam anything approximately himself besides. And he’ll do no matter what it takes to make up for his mistakes—and win her center forever.
Praise for Jennifer Beckstrand and her Matchmakers of Huckleberry Hill series
“Beckstrand keeps to deliver unforeseen and heart-melting plotlines to this impressive series.”
–RT publication Reviews
“Full of variety, honest characters suffering from the easiest how one can remain precise to themselves and their beliefs.” --Publishers Weekly
By Amanda Deed
A girl determined for experience.
Set opposed to the tumultuous instances of the Eureka rebellion in Ballaarat, 1854, the 2 locate themselves sufferers of an abduction. to flee may perhaps suggest dying. to wish for rescue isn't an option.
Together they need to give you the chance to outlive in an untamed land the place bushrangers, dense wooded area and wild animals are just a number of the hazards they need to face. Can he locate the braveness to be triumphant? Can she appreciate her goals of freedom? Will the ordeal forge a bond of affection among them, or force them aside? And particularly, will they locate their means home?
Amanda Deed is the award-winning writer of the sport, and Ellenvale Gold.
By Donald J. Walker
Containing real occasions, his personality Don walks you thru his twelve years serving lifestyles classes all through legal associations purely to benefit that every thing was once now not what it seemed to be whereas exposing an international filled with racism, corruption, inequality, and the wrongful deaths of many person, fairly black men—a mental tornado.
Don was once knocked down yet emerged to turn into a champion freedom fighter and felony reform suggest who painted an unforgettable photo of prisons all through his personal strange criminal love tale. a narrative that might have Hollywood’s reveal writers mesmerized on the mystery slavery plantations nonetheless current all through America’s mass incarceration and judicial system.
This booklet chronicles, compares, and contrasts the struggles of African-Americans from the earlier to today’s titanic legal warehousing bias approach. It reads like a fiction, yet Don’s love story unravels and gratifies your interpreting event because it is jam-packed with recommendations for today’s socio-economic struggles. Taking you in the back of the felony partitions will evoke emotions of guilt, tears, pleasure, love, and hate, then compassion and energy to loose your self from the claws of capitalism and chains of slavery!
“A social genius exposing the manipulative try and keep an eye on you”
Prison reform needs to happen now!
About this Book
A distinctive and infrequent ebook written as fiction, with a plethora of surprising yet precise occasions! the writer vividly stocks tales and incidents as he recollects them.
The solar shines even in the back of the clouds and at last after they feather away, the glare will enlighten you thru every one be aware masterfully selected and expressed during this publication. Anonymity is used regularly all through, and a few occasions have been ignored or a little augmented to guard and admire the victims.
The darkish historical past of enslaving and controlling African-Americans defined herein is sadly actual and used to be no longer replaced. “For to be loose isn't really in simple terms to do away with one’s chains yet to dwell in a fashion that respects and complements the liberty of others.”— Nelson Mandela