Book 1 of the Diamond of the Rockies series. An Italian heiress, driven by hope and vengeance, moves to the mining town of Crystal, Colorado. When two men vie for her trust, will she be able to confront the darkness hidden in her own heart?
Annabelle Grayson has been given a second chance at life, but she can't claim it with the cloud of her past hanging over her in Willow Springs. After her husband dies, she advertises for a trail guide to accompany her to land waiting for her in Idaho--and a most unlikely candidate applies for the job.
Matthew Taylor is a man on the run, with consequences of past mistakes pursuing him at every turn. Meeting Annabelle Grayson the first time was unpleasant enough, but when she crosses his path again, her presence in his life--and what she reveals--is devastating. If given a single wish, Matthew would turn back time and right a grievous wrong. If given a second wish, he would make Annabelle Grayson pay.
The most romantic of the three Kinship and Courage titles by award-winning author Jane Kirkpatrick, What Once We Loved beautifully illustrates the truth that neither the past nor the future need be feared as God heals old wounds and prepares a way for those who seek Him, call on His name, and surrender to His service. Readers will love this satisfying conclusion to the series, which follows Ruth Martin and the other turnaround women as they travel to arenas of untested promise, wherein they find hope that sustains them and relationships they'll cherish all their days.
In the sixth installment of the Journeys of the Stranger series, legendary hero John Stranger becomes involved in the lives of a brave and skillful Sioux warrior named Quiet Thunder and the white Army captain who has been his blood brother since childhood
From the gold and silver mines of California and Nevada to the wide open plains of Texas, the American West was a wild frontier in the 1870s where dangerous outlaws pursued devilish dreams of fortune. But there were other men of simple faith, unsung Civil War heroes who would adventure west bringing justice to places that had none. Those they called "The Justice Riders." The debut novel by Chuck Norris and friends.
A Threat to Justice, the second Old West novel from Chuck Norris and friends, finds Ezra Justice and his elite group of special operation soldiers having gone their separate ways just after the Civil War. But not for long. When General Sherman needs men to combat armed resistances against President Grant and his efforts to reconstruct America, Justice rides again.
This heroic action tale of good versus evil, with elements of faith and romance, takes the Justice Riders everywhere from the Ku Klux Klan-ridden deep South to the adventure-filled goldmines of California.
This is the story of Beau Claxton, a cowboy who finds himself obliged to a young widow after she saves him from near death on the prairie. Beau and Charity face the difficulties of life on the prairie and ultimately find joy and hope.
Continuing with the adventures of Old West heroine Breanna Baylor, book five of the Angel of Mercy series finds Breanna once again facing danger and reaching out to those in need of love...and Christ. After accidentally learning of a planned assassination attempt on the life of President Ulysses S. Grant, Breanna risks her own safety to protect the country's leader. Afterward, she is invited to Washington to receive a commendation before Congress, and on the way home the traveling nurse comes across an"orphan train" carrying children out West to find adoptive families. A special bond forms between Breanna and three of the children who she leads to the Lord. But when the children's new family is not all that it appears, B ... more
When Zebulon Deforest arrives in Sycamore Creek, Fairwyn March is mesmerized. But after they marry, Zeb sets out to change almost everything about her. Then, a startling discovery and disturbing confrontation shatter Fairwyn's world and send her into self-imposed exile. In the decaying Mission San Juan Capistrano, she meets an exiled priest in need of his own healing. Together, they discover acceptance, as well as the truth that both must face their pasts before their restoration can be complete. Inspired by Ezekiel 11:19, Heart of Glass beautifully illustrates the scriptural promise: "I will remove from them their heart of stone and give them a heart of flesh."