Suspenseful Read

Plain Target By Dana R. Lynn Horse trainer Jess McGrath suspects something is off about her brother’s suicide. There’s no way the man she knew would commit the crimes they’re accusing him of, so she sets out to prove everyone wrong. She soon finds herself in the path of a killer determined to steer her…

ACFW March Releases

More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: Reunion at Crane Lake by Robin Bayne — Colt’s memory is returning after the accident that ended his career. Now he wants to take over his family’s inn, but he’ll have to partner with his former fiancée to…

Spellbinding Tale

For Love & Honor By Jody Hedlund One had to marry for money. The other because no one else would have her. Would they find love in such an unorthodox union? Lady Sabine lived with the brand of a witch—a hideous blemish—all her life. Even though she tried to hide it, somehow it didn’t remain…

Charming Tale

The Innkeeper of Ivy Hill By Julie Klassen What friendships await in the quaint and cozy English village of Ivy Hill? What is life like there when all seems lost? Jane Bell is about to find out. When her innkeeper husband dies and leaves her in charge of The Bell, she finds herself stumbling in…

ACFW February Releases

More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Biblical:Redeeming Grace by Jill Eileen Smith — When famine visits Bethlehem, Boaz holds out hope for rain while his relative Elimelech moves his wife Naomi and their sons to Moab. For a while, it appears the Lord is blessing Elimelech’s…

Fulfilling Study

Giving God Your Future Women of Faith Bible Series Are you struggling with giving God your future? Think you know your own path and can see it clearly? What happens when that path is blurred and a fork in the road appears? Do you go left or right? This study is about trusting God to…

From My Playlist – Sovereign

Jigsaw puzzles seem to be the rage lately. Do you remember doing them as kids? Placing each piece in its specific spot was fun . . . until you either couldn’t figure out how one fit—or heaven forbid—you lost a piece. Then everything changed. It wasn’t fun anymore. More like frustrating. This got me thinking…