Letters from Grace (Love and War Book 1)
Scarred from the death of her fiancé in World War II, Grace Campbell must learn to love again. Lieutenant Luke Brady could make falling in love easy…except he’s going to war. There’s one thing that can keep a thread tied between them—letters. But the suave Dr. William Keller enchants Grace with his charm and proposes marriage. She must choose between them. Will she settle for comfort and safety or risk losing everything on the Normandy beaches?
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Love in Independence (Holiday Mail Order Brides Book 6)
They say love covers a multitude of sins, and for matchmakers Mercy, Martha, and Maude, it’s a good thing! Fearing the town’s new pastor is lonely, they decide to take matters into their own hands, and order him a mail order bride! Imagine his surprise when he finds out? Only he doesn’t! Mercy, Martha, and Maude see to that!
Can’t Buy Me Love (Destination Wedding)
Bellamy grew up in a large, boisterous family. The Hillmans may not have had it all, but Bellamy learned how to stretch a dollar and make it look like she did. Now she’s marrying Reid Stanton, the man of her dreams. While planning their one-of-a-kind Manhattan destination wedding, Bellamy gets caught up in all things Pinterest. It starts out simply enough with a “Save the Date Destination Wedding” board. Then it’s the “Destination Wedding Dresses” and “Invitations” boards. As her ideas multiply, so does the cost of the wedding.
When Noah Wesley heard the faint sound outside the door of his remote Alaskan mountain cabin during a violent nighttime blizzard, it was no less than the voice of God that urged him to take a closer look, soon to discover his snow angel. Unconscious and more than half frozen to death, her name, as Noah would later learn after boldly saving her life, was Elizabeth, a beautiful young woman, fragile yet fierce, and intent on discovering gold like so many others in that region during the late 1800s.
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Imagine struggling through a childhood dominated by an intimidating father. Imagine stepping into an elite airborne division that trains you to be a killer in Vietnam. Try to imagine stumbling back into society after that…minus an arm. All of a sudden, your body isn’t whole, and your country turns its face as you approach. This is the story of John Steer, a heavily decorated soldier from Vietnam, a wandering warrior returning from southeast Asia, from a troubled past, and full of hate for himself and everyone else. In need of a lifeline, this brawling ex-soldier finally finds a commander worth his respect: John Steer meets Jesus Christ, and the healing begins…
God Answers Prayers–Military Edition: True Stories from People Who Serve and Those Who Love Them
More than one million men and women presently serve America in the Armed Services. Many millions more are veterans, having done their part to keep our nation secure. And in many cases, these brave soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines, and Coast Guardsmen have remarkable stories to tell about their experiences in uniform. Here are their stories of how God was with them during often life-threatening situations. Each story is a recollection from a past or present serviceman or woman or their loved one, sharing their story of how God answered their prayer. Stories range from our current struggle in the mideast to past conflicts such as World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.
Wanting to Believe: Faith, Family, and Finding an Exceptional Life
When it comes to life, we want to get it right. As the only son of child and family psychologist Dr. James Dobson, Ryan Dobson grew up in the hot spotlight of what felt like Christian celebrity culture, with his dad’s proponents and opponents alike wanting to know if “Doc” actually practiced what he preached. As a teenager, Ryan was curious about that too: sure, his parents talked a good game, but would they back up their beliefs with action?