Cross vs the Manger

This post has been on my mind, so I thought I would share it again. Happy Easter! Easter is more important than Christmas. A friend made a similar statement to me this week and it got me thinking . . . Is it? I can hear your rebuttal because I went through the same debate.…

Reader’s Life

When I was little you couldn’t get my nose out of a Nancy Drew book! I loved to get lost in a mystery with my favorite teenage detective. I remember my mom calling me to do my chores and I would say, “Just one more chapter.” To which she would reply, “Darlene, close that book.…

Family Justice

Oath of Honor by Lynette Eason Officer Izzy St. John is thrust into action with the death of her partner. She barely escapes with her life and is now determined to discover out who pulled the trigger that killed her friend and partner. She soon finds her life in danger at every turn and must…

ACFW March New Releases

More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: Finally a Bride by Renee Andrews — Her dreams of love haven’t worked out, but veterinarian Haley Calhoun intends to grant an orphaned boy’s wish. She’ll heal Eli’s injured puppy—while resisting his charming counselor, Gavin Thomason, at the children’s home. Still mourning…

Deadly Betrayal

High Treason by DiAnn Mills CIA Operative, Monica Alden, is brought in to work with FBI special agent, Kord Davidson, when an attempt is made on a Saudi Prince. They must set aside their interagency differences and work together to solve the assassination plot. But when the mystery comes close to home and they begin…

February ACFW New Releases

More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Biblical: A Passionate Hope, Hannah’s Story by Jill Eileen Smith — Hannah has spent her life trusting God, loving her husband, putting up with abuse from a second wife and still she has no child–until one day she discovers the secret to her own…

Drop To Your Knees

She glanced over her shoulder, but only darkness greeted her. The heaviness in the night air prickled the hairs at the back of her neck and she ran faster. Who was chasing her? She stumbled on the loose rocks and fell forward, reaching her hands out to brace for impact. She thudded to the ground.…