Composing Amelia: A Novel
Newlyweds Amelia and Marcus Sheffield are recent college grads, trying to stay afloat in LA while searching for their dream jobs. Marcus hopes to become a mega-church pastor. Amelia has an esteemed music degree, and longs to play piano professionally. The Sheffields are clearly city people. But when a small town church offers Marcus a job, the couple’s dedication to their dreams and each other is tested. After a risky compromise is made, Amelia falls into a dark emotional place, where she finds skeletons she’d fought hard to deny. In desperation, she calls out to God. But why can’t she find Him? While Amelia struggles, Marcus learns news that nearly crushes him. He must lean on his faith to withstand the pressure… or risk losing his wife forever.
Thy KINGDOM Come: The Promise of the King
“The place whereon thou standest is holy ground.” The same war waged against God from its first celestial battleground continues through time to follow a peculiar group to the land of Canaan, perhaps the bloodiest soil known to man. The trembling and stalwart hearts of God’s men upon the mountains of Ararat, Moriah, and Sinai long for the realization of the Garden Promise, as the adversary does all to prevent its fulfillment.
Through the Fire (First Responders Book #1)
Firefighting burns in Aidan O’Neill’s blood. The son of a fireman, O’Neill has a sixth sense about fire and often takes dangerous risks. When one act of disobedience nearly gets a rookie killed, O’Neill is suspended. His weeks off are supposed to be a time to reflect but instead he escapes to Mexico, where another rash act of bravery actually kills him. But only for a few minutes. Called back to Reno, he’s now haunted by visions of hell and paralyzed in the face of fire. And at the worst time, because an arsonist is targeting Reno. With a growing love interest with one of the investigators complicating everything, Aidan must discover where his trust rests as the fires creep ever closer.
Armored Hearts (Fantasy Steampunk)
When a crippled young lord rescues a girl falling from a tree, it reveals a secret about himself and his mother’s side of the family that could put him at the center of a war with beings he thought only existed in fairy tales. Tristan Gareth Smyth lived his entire life stuck at home at Waverly Park and left behind while his Grandfather makes trips to London, all because of his blasted wheelchair. Then an American heiress falls in his lap, literally, and he must find a way to keep her at a distance to protect not only his secret, but everyone around him from an assassin sent to kill him.
The Castaway’s Bride (Truly Yours Digital Editions)
When her sister Abigail’s beau returns from the sea after being thought dead for five years, Deborah Bowman is torn. She greatly admires Edward Hunter and believes him to be the best of men, but Abigail’s heart now belongs to another. Deborah longs to honor her sister’s choice, but why can’t Abby see Edward’s superior character and the miracle of his return? Edward Hunter has come back to life in the eyes of his friends and family. Marooned on a deserted island, only the Lord and thoughts of his beloved Abigail kept him going. But now that he’s home, he finds he and Abigail aren’t who they used to be. . . and neither is Abigail’s little sister, Debbie. Could the Lord have used tragedy and separation to open Edward’s eyes to what-and who-he really needs?
Wrestling Ichabod – A Christian Romance
Lucie is making plans to depart her small Illinois town and see the world when an old flame shows up and her plans go awry. A week later, she finds herself in the mountains of North Carolina, married to Cain Cantrell, learning to make gourmet chocolate and run a small business. Cain doesn’t explain the ongoing feud between him and the town’s other chocolatiers, and when he abandons Lucie for good, she must decide whether to carry on his vendetta or seek the truth about Mark Henley and his family.
A To Z With C. S. Lewis
Professor, apologist, novelist, literary critic, fantasy writer, philosopher, theologian, and ethicist, Lewis has exerted a profound influence on the way millions of people read literature, make moral choices, think about God, and live out the Christian faith. By means of a genial blend of reason and imagination, logic and fantasy, profound academic insight and good old common sense, Lewis has challenged the modern world to re-examine the claims of Christ, the Bible, and the Church, re-experience the goodness, truth, and beauty of literature, and re-expand its vision of God, man, and the universe. In each 600-word entry, Markos enlist Lewis’s aid in the study, both theoretically and practically, of a topic of perennial interest to humanity and of particular interest to the early 21st century.