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Reviews, author interviews, and discussion about the best in Christian historical fiction.
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Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.Shadows of the White City by Jocelyn GreenThe one thing Sylvie Townsend wants most is what she feared she was destined never to have--a family of her own. But taking in Polish immigrant Rose Dabrowski to raise and love quells those fears--until seventeen-year-old Rose goes missing at the World's Fair, and Sylvie's world unravels.From the glittering architecture of the fair to the dark houses of Chicago's poorest neighborhoods, they're taken on a search that points to Rose's long-lost family. Is Sylvie willing to let the girl go? And as Kristof and Sylvie grow closer, can she reconcile her craving for control with her yearning to belong?Between the Wild Branches by Connilyn CossetteTen years ago Lukio fled Kiryat-Yearim, where he'd been adopted by the Levite family who guarded the Ark of the Covenant. Feeling betrayed by everyone, he returned to his birthplace in Philistia to become a famous fighter. Now the champion of Ashdod, Lukio has achieved every goal with the help of his ruthless cousin. But just as he is set to claim the biggest prize of all, the daughter of the king, his past collides with his present in the form of Shoshana.With explosive secrets and unbreakable vows standing between them, finding a way to freedom for both may cost them everything.The Orchard House by Heidi ChiavaroliTwo women, one living in present day Massachusetts and another in Louisa May Alcott’s Orchard House soon after the Civil War, overcome their own personal demons and search for a place to belong.A Lady in Attendance by Rachel Beck FordhamRachel Fordham pens a tender tale of a soft-spoken man, a hardened woman, and the friends that stand by them as they work toward a common purpose--to expunge the record of someone society deemed beyond saving--and perhaps find love along the way.Winning the Gentleman by Kristi Ann HunterAs secrets come to light and past vulnerabilities are confronted, will Aaron and Sophia sacrifice their former dreams and forge a new one together--against all odds?Jewel of the Nile by Tessa AfsharIn this transformative tale of historical fiction, bestselling author Tessa Afshar brings to life the kingdom of Cush and the Roman Empire, introducing readers to a fascinating world filled with gripping adventure, touching romance, and a host of lovable characters—including some they may recognize from the biblical book of Acts.Be sure to follow Christian Historical Fiction Talk on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.Check out Liz Tolsma's website and see what books she has coming up in 2021.
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.We chat with author Laura Frantz about her latest release, Tidewater Bride, which is inspired by Pocahontas. Selah Hopewell seems to be the only woman in the Virginia colony who has no wish to wed. True, there are too many men and far too few women in James Towne. But Selah already has her hands full assisting her father in the family's shop. And now she is in charge of an incoming ship of tobacco brides who must be looked after as they sort through their many suitors.Xander Renick is perhaps the most eligible tobacco lord in the settlement. His lands are vast, his crops are prized, and his position as a mediator between the colonists and the powerful Powhatan nation surrounding them makes him indispensable. But Xander is already wedded to his business and still grieves the loss of his wife, daughter of the Powhatan chief.Can two fiercely independent people find happiness and fulfillment on their own? Or will they discover that what they've been missing in life has been right in front of them all along?Bestselling and award-winning author Laura Frantz takes you to the salty shores of seventeenth-century Virginia in this exploration of pride, honor, and the restorative power of true love.Pick up your copy of Tidewater Bride here.Visit Laura's website.Visit Liz Tolsma's website.Follow Christian Historical Fiction Talk on Facebook,  Twitter, and Instagram.
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.We chat with Author Elizabeth Camden about her latest release, A Gilded Lady, and her upcoming book, The Prince of Spies, as well as her life before she was an author and what she likes and doesn't like about writing. Be sure to visit her website to find out more about her.A Gilded LadyCaroline Delacroix is at the pinnacle of Washington high society in her role as secretary to the first lady of the United States. But beneath the facade of her beauty, glamorous wardrobe, and dazzling personality, she's hiding a terrible secret. If she cannot untangle a web of foreign espionage, her brother will face execution for treason. Nathaniel Trask is the newly appointed head of the president's Secret Service team. He is immediately suspicious of Caroline despite his overwhelming attraction to her quick wit and undeniable charm. Desperate to keep the president protected, Nathaniel must battle to keep his focus fully on his job as the threat to the president rises. Amid the glamorous pageantry of Gilded Age Washington, DC, Caroline and Nathaniel will face adventure, danger, and heartbreak in a race against time that will span the continent and the depth of human emotion.You can purchase the book here.The Prince of SpiesLuke Delacroix has the reputation of a charming man-about-town in Gilded Age Washington, DC. In reality, he is secretly carrying out an ambitious agenda in Congress. His current mission is to thwart the reelection of Congressman Clyde Magruder, his only real enemy in the world.But trouble begins when Luke meets Marianne Magruder, the congressman's only daughter, whose job as a government photographer gives her unprecedented access to sites throughout the city. Luke is captivated by Marianne's quick wit and alluring charm, leading them both into a dangerous gamble to reconcile their feelings for each other with Luke's driving passion for vital reforms in Congress.Can their newfound love survive a political firestorm, or will three generations of family rivalry drive them apart forever?You can purchase the book here.
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.The Book of Lost Friends by Lisa WingateLouisiana, 1875: In the tumultuous era of Reconstruction, three young women set off as unwilling companions on a perilous quest: Hannie, a freed slave; Lavinia, the pampered heir to a now destitute plantation; and Juneau Jane, Lavinia’s Creole half sister. Each carries private wounds and powerful secrets as they head for Texas, following roads rife with vigilantes and soldiers still fighting a war lost a decade before. For Lavinia and Juneau Jane, the journey is one of stolen inheritance and financial desperation, but for Hannie, torn from her mother and siblings before slavery’s end, the pilgrimage west reignites an agonizing question: Could her long-lost family still be out there? Beyond the swamps lie the limitless frontiers of Texas and, improbably, hope.Louisiana, 1987: For first-year teacher Benedetta Silva, a subsidized job at a poor rural school seems like the ticket to canceling her hefty student debt—until she lands in a tiny, out-of-step Mississippi River town. Augustine, Louisiana, is suspicious of new ideas and new people, and Benny can scarcely comprehend the lives of her poverty-stricken students. But amid the gnarled live oaks and run-down plantation homes lie the century-old history of three young women, a long-ago journey, and a hidden book that could change everything.The Edge of Belonging by Amanda CoxWhen Ivy Rose returns to her hometown to oversee an estate sale, she soon discovers that her grandmother left behind more than trinkets and photo frames--she provided a path to the truth behind Ivy's adoption. Shocked, Ivy seeks clues to her past, but a key piece to the mystery is missing.Twenty-four years earlier, Harvey James finds an abandoned newborn who gives him a sense of human connection for the first time in his life. His desire to care for the baby runs up against the stark fact that he is homeless. When he becomes entwined with two people seeking to help him find his way, Harvey knows he must keep the baby a secret or risk losing the only person he's ever loved.In this dual-time story from debut novelist Amanda Cox, the truth--both the search for it and the desire to keep it from others--takes center stage as Ivy and Harvey grapple with love, loss, and letting go.The Shepherd's Wife by Angela HuntYeshua of Nazareth has two sisters: Damaris, married to a wealthy merchant's son, and Pheodora, married to a simple shepherd from Bethlehem. When Pheodora's husband suffers an unexpected reversal of fortune and is thrown into debtor's prison, she returns to Nazareth, where she pins her hopes on two she-goats who should give birth to spotless white kids that would be perfect for the upcoming Yom Kippur sacrifice. In the eighteen months between the kids' birth and the opportunity to sell them and redeem her husband from prison, Pheodora must call on her wits, her family, and her God in order to provide for her daughters and survive. But when every prayer and ritual she knows is about God's care for Israel, how can she trust that God will hear and help a lowly shepherd's wife? A Portrait of Loyalty by Roseanna M. WhiteThe Land Beneath Us by Sarah SundinFragments of Light by Michele PhoenixThe Haunting at Bonaventure Circus by Jamie Jo WrightTo Steal a Heart by Jen TuranoA Gilded Lady by Elizabeth CamdenPlease also check out my latest releases,
Debut author Amy Lynn Green joins us to chat about life, writing, and her new novel, Things We Didn't Say. Headstrong Johanna Berglund, a linguistics student at the University of Minnesota, has very definite plans for her future . . . plans that do not include returning to her hometown and the secrets and heartaches she left behind there. But the US Army wants her to work as a translator at a nearby camp for German POWs.Johanna arrives to find the once-sleepy town exploding with hostility. Most patriotic citizens want nothing to do with German soldiers laboring in their fields, and they're not afraid to criticize those who work at the camp as well. When Johanna describes the trouble to her friend Peter Ito, a language instructor at a school for military intelligence officers, he encourages her to give the town that rejected her a second chance.As Johanna interacts with the men of the camp and censors their letters home, she begins to see the prisoners in a more sympathetic light. But advocating for better treatment makes her enemies in the community, especially when charismatic German spokesman Stefan Werner begins to show interest in Johanna and her work. The longer Johanna wages her home-front battle, the more the lines between compassion and treason become blurred--and it's no longer clear whom she can trust.Purchase a copy of Things We Didn't Say.Find out more about Amy Lynn Green.Purchase a copy of Liz Tolsma's book The Refrain Within.Find out more about author Liz Tolsma.
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.We chat about what some of our favorite time periods are to read. Here are some of the books and authors I mentioned for each era.WWITerri Wangard, Roll Back the CloudsJ'nell Ciesielski Beauty Among RuinsCarrie Turanksy, No Ocean Too WideVietnam EraJennifer Lynn Cary, Relentless HeartGreat DepressionMichelle Shocklee, Under the Tulip TreeCathy Gohlke, Night Bird CallingCivil WarLynn AustinJocelyn Green, Wedded to WarTamara Alexander, With This PledgeRevolutionary WarHeidi Chiavaroli, The Tea ChestLaura Frantz, An Uncommon WomanBiblical FictionFrancine RiversLynn AustinBarbara Britton, Hannah's JourneyRegina Rushing, Seal of the Sand DwellerLate 1800sJeanette OkeElizabeth Camden, The Spice KingTracie Peterson and Kimberly Woodhouse, In the Shadow of DenaliRegencySarah Ladd, The Light at WyndcliffJulie Klassen, Castaway in CornwallErica Vetsch, The Lost LieutenantWWIISarah Sundin, When Twilight BreaksKristy Cambron, The Paris DressmakerAmanda Barratt, The White Rose ResistsAmanda Dykes, Whose Waves These AreLiz Tolsma, The Refrain Within
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.In this episode, I chat with author Joanna Politano. Her newest release is The Love Note.Focused on a career in medicine and not on romance, Willa Duvall is thrown slightly off course during the summer of 1865 when she discovers a never-opened love letter in a crack of her old writing desk. Compelled to find the passionate soul who penned it and the person who never received it, she takes a job as a nurse at the seaside estate of Crestwicke Manor.Everyone at Crestwicke has feelings--mostly negative ones--about the man who wrote the letter, but he seems to have disappeared. With plenty of enticing clues but few answers, Willa's search becomes even more complicated when she misplaces the letter and it passes from person to person in the house, each finding a thrilling or disheartening message in its words. Laced with mysteries large and small, this romantic Victorian-era tale of love lost, love deferred, and love found is sure to delight.Also, check out Lady Jane Disappears, A Rumored Fortune, and Finding Lady Enderly.Please take a peek at Liz's newest release The Gold Digger and her Christmas novella collection, A Joyful Christmas.
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.A Life Once Dreamed by Rachel FordhamFan-favorite Rachel Fordham brings to life the dusty streets of an 1880s frontier town in this story that affirms where you come from matters far less than where you're going.A Castaway in Cornwall by Julie KlassenOn a stormy night Physician’s daughter Laura Callaway is alerted that there’s a shipwreck on the local shore with only one survivor. Alexander Lucas hides his secrets well, but danger seems to follow him to Cornwall.Saving Ebenezer by S. Daniel SmithSaving Ebenezer picks up on a story started by Charles Dickens in 1843 with A Christmas Carol. Christians will appreciate a heartwarming story of God's love shown in tragedy while all readers will enjoy the common points between Saving Ebenezer and the original work.The Right Kind of Fool by Sarah Loudin ThomasLoyal Raines has survived his share of whispers behind his back. A childhood fever took his hearing. For years Creed Raines' guilt over his son's disability had driven a wedge right down the middle of Loyal's family, but on a hot summer day Creed was the first person Loyal ran to tell about a dead body.The Librarian of Boone's Hollow by Kim Vogel SawyerA traveling librarian ventures into the mining towns of Kentucky on horseback—and learns to trust the One who truly pens her story—in this powerful novel.Also check out Liz Tolsma's newest release, The Gold DiggerIn 1907, shy but loyal Ingrid Storset travels from Norway to support her grieving sister, Belle Gunness, who owns a farm in LaPorte, Indiana. Well-to-do widow Belle, who has lost two husbands and several children, provides Ingrid with enough money to start a small business. But Ingrid is confused by the string of men Belle claims to be interviewing for her next husband. When Nils Lindherud comes to town looking for his missing brother, who said he was going to marry Belle, Ingrid has a sinking feeling her sister is up to no good.
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.We chat with author Jen Turano about life, writing, and her latest release, To Steal a Heart.After a childhood as a street thief, Gabriella Goodhue thought she’d put her past behind her until a fellow resident at her boardinghouse is unjustly accused of theft. In the middle of breaking into a safe that holds the proof to prove her friend’s innocence, Gabriella is interrupted by Nicholas Quinn, the man she once considered her best friend–until he abandoned her.After being taken under the wing of a professor who introduced him into society and named him as heir, Nicholas is living far removed from his childhood life of crime. As a favor to a friend, Nicholas agreed to help clear the name of an innocent woman, never imagining he’d be reunited with the girl he thought lost to him forever.As Gabriella and Nicholas are thrown together into one intrigue after another, their childhood affection grows into more, but their newfound feelings are tested when truths about their past are revealed and danger follows their every step. You can buy the book here.Also, be sure to check out Liz's website and her latest release, The Gold Digger.
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.Love's Pure Light by Suzanne Dietz, Shannon McNear, Janine Rosche, Deb RaneyBe transported to unique time periods as you follow a treasured family nativity set through four generations of the Shepherd family.Joy to the World by Carolyn Miller, Amanda Barratt, and Erica VetschIn Joy to the World, three popular authors come together to offer a heartwarming collection of holiday Regency romance. Based on lines from a beloved Christmas carol, these three novellas in one book have depth, faith, and satisfying stories all packed into the perfect length for readers to curl up and take a brief break from their holiday busyness.A Joyful Christmas by Cynthia Hickey, Liz Johnson, Vickie McDonough, Liz Tolsma, Carrie Turansky, and Erica VetschGrab a warm cup of tea and watch as romance is kindled and joy is restored to broken lives during six bygone era Christmas celebrations.Silver Bell Christmas by Jennifer Lynn CaryShe's learning to live again……He wants to leave the past behindTogether they might find love's second chance in their golden years.A Christmas Wish by Diana Lesire BrandmeyerShe vowed to marry for love. He promised his daughters a mother for Christmas. Time is running out for both of them.Please don't forget to check out Liz Tolsma's website.
Michelle Shocklee stops by the podcast and chats about her life, her writing, and her newest release, Under the Tulip Tree.Sixteen-year-old Lorena Leland’s dreams of a rich and fulfilling life as a writer are dashed when the stock market crashes in 1929. Seven years into the Great Depression, Rena’s banker father has retreated into the bottle, her sister is married to a lazy charlatan and gambler, and Rena is an unemployed newspaper reporter. Eager for any writing job, Rena accepts a position interviewing former slaves for the Federal Writers’ Project. There, she meets Frankie Washington, a 101-year-old woman whose honest yet tragic past captivates Rena.As Frankie recounts her life as a slave, Rena is horrified to learn of all the older woman has endured—especially because Rena’s ancestors owned slaves. While Frankie’s story challenges Rena’s preconceptions about slavery, it also connects the two women whose lives are otherwise separated by age, race, and circumstances. But will this bond of respect, admiration, and friendship be broken by a revelation neither woman sees coming?You can buy the book here.Liz and Michelle were also part of the novella collection, Mail-Order Brides, which you can buy here.Visit Liz's website and check out the Christmas novella collection she mentioned, A Joyful Christmas.
We discuss the historical novels that are finalists in the 2020 Christy Awards. They include:Whose Waves These Are by Amanda DykesBoxes of rocks may hold the secret to healing for two generations of people dealing with tragedy. The Medallion by Cathy GohlkeAn illuminating tale of courage, sacrifice, and survival, about two couples whose lives are ravaged by Hitler's mad war yet eventually redeemed through the fate of one little girl. Memories of Glass by Melanie DobsonThis stunning novel draws from true accounts to shine a light on a period of Holland’s darkest history and bravest heroes.My Dearest Dietrich by Amanda BarrattRenowned German pastor and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer is famous for his resistance to the Nazi regime and for his allegiance to God over government. But what few realize is that the last years of his life also held a love story that rivals any romance novel.The Land Beneath Us by Sarah SundinCan a love strong enough to overcome death grow between them before Clay's recurring dream comes true?The Number of Love by Roseanna M. WhiteAmid biological warfare, encrypted letters, and a German spy who wants to destroy not just them but others they love, Margot and Drake will have to work together to save themselves from the very secrets that brought them together.The Painted Castle by Kristy CambronA lost painting of Queen Victoria. A library bricked off from the world. And three women, separated by time, whose lives are irrevocably changed.
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.Roseanna M. White stops by and chats with us about her latest release, A Portrait of Loyalty. You can find out more about Roseanna on her website. You can purchase her book, A Portrait of Loyalty, here. Zivon Marin was one of Russia's top cryptographers until the October Revolution tore apart his world. Forced to flee to England after speaking out against Lenin, Zivon is driven by a growing anger and determined to offer his services to the Brits. But never far from his mind is his brother, whom Zivon fears died in the train crash that separated them.Lily Blackwell sees the world best through the lens of a camera and possesses unsurpassed skill when it comes to retouching and re-creating photographs. With her father's connections in propaganda, she's recruited to the intelligence division, even though her mother would disapprove if she ever found out.After Captain Blackwell invites Zivon to dinner one evening, a friendship blooms between him and Lily that soon takes over their hearts. But both have secrets they're unwilling to share, and neither is entirely sure they can trust the other. When Zivon's loyalties are called into question, proving him honest is about more than one couple's future dreams--it becomes a matter of ending the war.Find out more about the host of Christian Historical Fiction Talk, author Liz Tolsma, on her website. Purchase her latest release, The Refrain Within, here.To save a life, would you betray everyone you love?Hungary in 1944 is a dark place. The Nazis have invaded and turned the country upside down, their evil making its way into every life.Clarinetist Eva Bognar is engaged to conductor and composer Patrik Kedves, happily planning her wedding. At first she doesn’t think the war will affect her directly; everyone around her can be trusted to do the right thing. Then her Jewish best friend and sister-in-law Zofia goes missing--and instead of the Gestapo being to blame, a friend says it was Patrik who led Zofia away. Has he betrayed Eva and everything the family stands for?When the rest of the family’s lives are directly threatened, Patrik’s secrets must come to light. The Bognars flee for the border in hopes of getting out of the country to the safety of Palestine. Eva must put her life and the lives of everyone she loves in the hands of the very man who betrayed her--and they may not all make it out of the war alive . . .
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.We discuss some of our favorite reads from the past summer. These include:If I Were You by Lynn Austin. This sweeping story transports readers to one of the most challenging eras of history to explore the deep, abiding power of faith and friendship to overcome more than we ever thought possible. You can buy the book here.The Tea Chest by Heidi Chiavaroli. Two women, separated by centuries, must find the strength to fight for love and freedom. . . and discover a heritage of courage and faith. You can buy the book here.Until June by Barbara Britton. Josephine is determined to get Geoff back on his feet—figuratively...Although, sending a rich, handsome WWI veteran back into society may cost Josephine the man she has grown to love. You can buy the book here.Fragments of Light by Michele Phoenix. An impossible decision in the chaos of D-Day. Ripples that cascade seventy-five years into the present. And two lives transformed by the tenuous resolve to reach out of the darkness toward fragments of light. You can buy the book here.The White Rose Resists by Amanda Barratt. Inspired by the incredible true story of a group of ordinary men and women who dared to stand against evil. You can buy the book here.A Gilded Lady by Elizabeth Camden. Amid the glamorous pageantry of Gilded Age Washington, DC, Caroline and Nathaniel will face adventure, danger, and heartbreak in a race against time that will span the continent and the depth of human emotion. You can buy the book here.The Bride Ships Series by Jody Hedlund. Four books about English women who sail to Vancouver Island in hopes of securing a husband. You can purchase The Reluctant Bride, The Runaway Bride, Bride of Convenience, and Almost a Bride. Don't forget to check out Liz's website. She also has a new release, a WWII novel called The Refrain Within, set in Hungary and telling the story of the Zionist Youth movement. To save a life, would you betray everyone you love? You can buy the book here.
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.Award-Winning author of The House on Foster Hill and The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond, Jaime is a prolific coffee drinker as well as a voracious reader of all things Gothic.Please visit Jaime's website to find out more about her books, for book club information, and some YouTube videos.You can buy her book, The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus,here. Please visit Liz's website and make sure you pick up a copy of her new release, The Refrain Within.
In this episode, we discuss historical fiction that won Carol Awards in 2020.Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.Historical fiction: Memories of Glass by Melanie Dobson. You can buy the book here.Historical romance: The Sea Before Us by Sarah Sundin. You can buy the book here.Novella: The Groom She Thought She'd Left Behind by Darlene Panzera. You can buy the book here.YA: Romanov by Nadine Brandes. You can buy the book here. Debut Novel: Shadow Among Sheaves by Naomi Stephens. You can buy the book here.Please visit my website at Check out my new release, The Refrain Within.
To learn more about Rachel McMillan, you can visit her on her website.The London RestorationThe secrets that might save a nation could shatter a marriage.Madly in love, Diana Foyle and Brent Somerville married in London as the bombs of World War II dropped on their beloved city. Without time for a honeymoon, the couple spent the next four years apart. Diana, an architectural historian, took a top-secret intelligence post at Bletchley Park. Brent, a professor of theology at King’s College, believed his wife was working for the Foreign Office as a translator when he was injured in an attack on the European front.Now that the war is over, the Somervilles’ long-anticipated reunion is strained by everything they cannot speak of. Diana’s extensive knowledge of London’s churches could help bring down a Russian agent named Eternity. She’s eager to help MI6 thwart Communist efforts to start a new war, but because of the Official Secrets Act, Diana can’t tell Brent the truth about her work.Determined to save their marriage and rebuild the city they call home, Diana and Brent’s love is put to the ultimate test as they navigate the rubble of war and the ruins of broken trust.You can buy the book here.Please visit my website and find out more about me and my books there.My latest WWII book, The Refrain Within, set in Hungary during the war and focusing on the Zionist Youth movement rescuing Jews, releases on September 29, 2020. You can purchase the book here.Our sponsor today was Barbour Publishing's book A Joyful Christmas. You can buy the book here.Please note: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. This enables me to keep providing great content.
Disclaimer: As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus by Jaime Jo WrightIs uncovering your roots worth putting yourself directly in the path of a killer?Buy the book here.A Portrait of Loyalty by Roseanna M. WhiteWhen Zivon's loyalties are called into question, proving him honest is about more than one couple's future dreams--it becomes a matter of ending the war.Buy the book here.Under the Tulip Tree by Michelle ShockleeAn unemployed newspaper reporter. A 101-year-old-slave. Will this bond of respect, admiration, and friendship be broken by a revelation neither woman sees coming?Buy the book here.The London Restoration by Rachel McMillanThe secrets that might save a nation could shatter a marriage.Buy the book here.Please check out my website, purchase a copy of A Joyful Christmas, or order The Refrain Within.
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