Looking for a good read? Check these out!
1. A Simple Amish Christmas by Vannetta Chapman — A Romance from Abingdon. Will Annie find acceptance in the Amish community she left behind?
2. Brides of Arkansas by Janet Lee Barton — A Romance from Barbour. Thwarted by mystery and mayhem, three women in historic Arkansas are roused by love when and where they least expect it.
3. Embers of Love; Striking a Match Series by Tracie Peterson — A Romance from Bethany House. Deborah Vandermark desperately wants to fit into God’s plan and 1880’s Texas, but can the two coexist?
4. Emily’s Chance; The Callahans of Texas, Book 2 by Sharon Gillenwater — A Romance from Revell. Will cowboy and builder Chance Callahan be able to convince Emily Rose Denny that she can have love and a career?
5. First Love; Tombstone Treasures, Book 2 by Michelle Sutton — A Romance from Desert Breeze. Two former high school lovers play the roles of socialite and preacher as Tombstone actors and are reunited after four years of separation; but can they rebuild their love on a new foundation, this time around without falling into past behavior?
6. Legacy of Lies by Jill Elizabeth Nelson — A Suspense/Mystery/Thriller from Steeple Hill. When a cop’s widow discovers the bones of an infant buried in her grandparent’s back yard, she teams up with the local police chief to help clear her family name.
7. Love Finds You in Silver City, Idaho by Janelle Mowery — A Romance from Summerside Press. Whoever said trouble comes in threes has never been to Silver City, Idaho, where peace and acceptance face off against chaos and rejection, and the winner is not always clear.
8. Love is Grand; Walk in the Park, Book Three by Annalisa Daughety — A Romance from Barbour. National Park Ranger Ainsley Davis returns to her job at the Grand Canyon, a widowed mother who has become fearful of everything, including love.
9. Mirrored Image by Alice K. Arenz — A Suspense/Mystery/Thriller from Sheaf House. The uncanny resemblance of a murder victim to eccentric newspaper columnist Cassandra Chase gives Detective Jeff McMichaels the haunting suspicion there is a link between the two women . . . a link that may only exist in the murderer’s mind.
10. Mistletoe Prayers by Betsy St. Amant and Marta Perry — A Romance from Steeple Hill. Two heartwarming Christmas tales from your favorite authors.
11. Nipped in the Bud; Hometown Mysteries by Susan Sleeman — A Suspense/Mystery/Thriller from Barbour. After Paige Turner finds a dead body on her construction site and the police think she killed him, can she prove her innocence and stay out of jail?
12. Pearl in the Sand by Tessa Afshar — A Historical from Moody Publishers. Rahab vowed never again to trust a man. God had other plans. Salmone was a man of faith, honor, and an enemy. An impossible marriage: an unforgettable journey of healing.
13. Prairie Courtship by Dorothy Clark — A Historical from Steeple Hill. Emma Allen never knew, until she joined Zachary Thatcher’s wagon train to Oregon country, what being a doctor really meant—or how much it could cost.
14. Seek Me With All Your Heart; Land of Canaan Series by Beth Wiseman — A Romance from Thomas Nelson. Emily and David each come to terms with a past that follows them, testing their faith and resolve.
15. Seeking His Love: Love Inspired Series 593 by Carrie Turansky — A Romance from Steeple Hill. Haunted by false accusations, a former teacher tries to build a new relationship without revealing her troubled past.
16. The Preacher’s Bride by Jody Hedlund — A Romance from Bethany House. A young Puritan maiden determined to save a motherless baby… and a grieving preacher who doesn’t want another woman in his life.
17. Whisper on the Wind; Great War Series, Independent Read by Maureen Lang — A Romance from Tyndale. Isa Lassone sneaks into occupied Belgium to rescue the man she loves; when he refuses to go, she joins his secretive work˜praying it won’t cost both of their lives.
18. Wrangler in Petticoats: Sophie’s Daughters Book 2 by Mary Connealy — A Romance from Barbour. When the two of them see an elk, she reaches for her rifle, he reaches for a sketchpad, the word DRAW means completely different things to them.