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Louisville, Kentucky 1859
Wade Taylor is the perfect blend of American renegade-pioneer and English aristocracy. He stands for God, the Bible, freedom, and guns. If anyone can bring Owens to justice, he can! The problem is, Miss Jenna is bait and doesn’t even realize it. It’s going to take round the clock coverage to protect her. Twelve schools in Jefferson County under his jurisdiction, but the school house in rural county district four… Owens is fixated on.
Vivacious and beautiful, Jenna is the product of her southern belle mother and abolitionist father. She’s also the new teacher in district four. How on earth is he going to keep her out of trouble and bring Owens to justice?
The tension is building in beautiful, rolling Kentucky in this Civil War Era love story! Kentucky author, Lisa M. Prysock, manages to keep readers on the edge of their seats with many twists and turns in this heartwarming, Christian, faith-inspired, historical romance.
‘The Lydia Collection’ is a series of unrelated, Christ-centered, historical romance books that can be read in any order. The first story in the collection is “The Redemption of Lady Georgiana,” a Regency time-period romance, loosely adapted from one of the greatest Bible love stories of all time, The Book of Ruth.
Lisa is the author of two faith-inspired, Regency, romance books and two faith-inspired, Victorian, romance books: “To Find a Duchess,” “The Redemption of Lady Georgiana,” “Hannah’s Garden: a Turn of the Century Love Story,” Volume 1, and “Abigail’s Melody,” Volume 2 of ‘The Victorian Christian Heritage Series.’ You can find out more about this author at www.LisaPrysock.com.
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This 10,000-word short story is perfect for your lunch break, workout, or while you wait in line at the mall. Read it today to get a taste of autumn any time of the year!
Is it the perfect or the worst time for the kingdom to…change?
The nation of Diachona rejoices as the king’s daughter and heir, Constance, turns twenty. Yet, not everyone approves of Constance’s desire to sit on the National Council: a Council run solely by men.
What’s more, oppressive threats from a neighboring, powerful empire are rousing the people’s fears. Amid rumors of war and personal doubts about her future, Constance suspects that her growing love for one Commander Alexander may be ill-timed. Especially if this is the end of the kingdom as they know it…
This book is inspirational historical fantasy: fictional history in a completely fictional world.
For Duke and Avalon McNeil, it was love at first sight. Married within months of meeting, their feet hardly touched the ground until the reality of their haste hit home with startling clarity.
Duke’s heart shattered when Avalon vanished for nearly three weeks, fleeing their arguments and misunderstandings. Now she’s back. He’s happy she’s home and safe, but he isn’t ready to risk everything again when their bond was so easily broken.
Avalon’s relieved to be home. She’s desperate to make peace between them, but returns with a secret. She can’t reveal anything to Duke until she proves to him she came back to restore their relationship.
As outside pressure continues to threaten Duke and Avalon’s fragile foundation, they must find the strength to prove to each other their marriage is worth fighting for.
Finding Hope – When Lexi Chandler is diagnosed with cancer, it feels like her life is falling apart around her. Lance Davenport has had feelings for Lexi for years. He doesn’t know what the future holds, but he’s determined to not waste another minute.
Finding Courage – For Duke and Avalon McNeil, it was love at first sight. But shortly after getting married, Duke’s heart was shattered when Avalon disappears for three weeks. As outside pressure continues to threaten their fragile foundation, they must find the strength to prove to each other their marriage is worth fighting for.
Finding Faith – Serenity Chandler will do whatever it takes to help her son, Gideon, who has autism. That includes moving away from everyone she knows so he can attend a special needs school. Aaron Randall is a music therapist and enjoys helping children reach their full potential. The more time Aaron spends with Serenity and Gideon, the harder it is to ignore what they could have together.
Finding Joy – A horrific accident changed everything for Parker Wilson. The beautiful new employee his mom hires is the last thing he needs to deal with. Nothing short of desperation would force Chelsea Blake to work on a local cattle ranch. Unprepared to discover all they have in common, if they set aside their initial dislike, they might find joy beyond measure.
Finding Grace – For Tyler, falling in love is a risk he shouldn’t take. Too bad chance encounters and his stubborn heart keep trying to convince him otherwise. After escaping a nightmarish relationship, Beth Davenport is content with her safe and blessedly normal life. Yet something about Tyler and his adorable daughter makes her wish for more. Can they let go of their fear and trust God to lead them to the love they desperately need?
They want to escape their little hometown forever, even if that means giving up on love.
1975: Dorothy Robbins is working hard to build up her Leaving Legend Fund. But she’s waitressing at Jim Bob’s Saloon, where the only thing worse than the tips are the songs on the jukebox.
Charles McClain is back in town–just for the holidays. He’s a different person than he was when he moved away, and the family has changed while he was gone. He doesn’t belong in Legend anymore.
But it’s Christmas… The air is cold, hearts are warm, and mistletoe is overhead when you least expect it. And sometimes the path that led you away can also lead you home.
Spend your holiday in Legend with this series prequel, and discover that love is sweeter, and hot cocoa tastes better, in the shadow of the Great Smoky Mountains!
The McClains of Legend, Tennessee is a contemporary romance series, providing wholesome, heartwarming romance books for anyone who loves a happily-ever-after. Readers enjoy becoming immersed in the lives and loves of the large, sometimes exasperating, and always entertaining McClain family, to whom Legend has been home for generations.
Readers have said they’d like to move to the fictional town of Legend, Tennessee. Perhaps their strong positive reaction to the town is because it’s so believable, while still providing that always-required happy ending.
The stories can be read as stand alones, or sequentially:
Midnight in Legend, TN
Where Her Heart Is
Building a Dream
Christmas Charm: a short story
Home for Christmas
-Under the Mistletoe (set in 1975), and
-The Holly and the Ivy (set in 1978)
**This title was previously published by Resplendence Publishing LLC, and Turquoise Morning Press.**
I’ve lost myself. Where did I go? Can I find myself? I just don’t know…
Savannah Monroe dances with demons from a complicated past.
Families believe ghosts can be well hidden deep in the ancestral closet, but forget all too easily that those ghosts haunt with abandon. Savannah has to face each one of hers as she heads home again to Bay Creek, South Carolina, after running away over five years ago. The closer she gets to home, the clearer the realization becomes that some skeletons need to be dealt with and properly buried.
Mature content due to subject matter dealing with rape.
Help. Me. Find.
In the days that follow, the tragic encounter plays increasingly on Sam’s mind. Who was the victim? What was he trying to find? With the police investigation drawing a total blank, Sam searches for the truth himself, determined to carry out the dead man’s cryptic final request. However, following in the footsteps of a murdered man brings plenty of danger of its own.
Searching For Hope is the latest mystery featuring former undercover cop Sam Carlisle as he finds himself drawn into a perilous world of unscrupulous characters, dark secrets and a family torn apart by tragedy and betrayal.
Though always from her perch on the Aussie shoreline, Sharp explores all the universal themes that define stories of romance and relationships: jealousy, ambition, empathy, love and self-actualization.
Backdrops include beaches, cottages and city apartments, the urban and the rural: a multifaceted scenic tour that enhances the feel of the various narratives… long and short. This is a book for fans of literary fiction and romance, but suitable also for a YA audience.
As are all of Margaret Lynette Sharp’s books, this is one is edited by her husband Ronald Sharp B.E.M., the creator of the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall’s Grand Organ.