"Darman has researched this novel extremely well, as one would expect with his military non-fiction background. This detail is meshed with great story telling which flows along with great gusto."



The Parthian
Author Peter Darman


Even hardened warriors need a little love...



Of Love and Betrayal
Author Louise Lyndon


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“Devendorf delivers this heart-pounding story with a terror and grace found in classic suspense novels.”



Deciduous
Author Michael Devendorf


Finding love after forty!



Nola & Duke
Author Rachel Lyons


They sold her to pay her father's debts. For Anna, helping her family was priority one. She was not their priority. When is a sacrifice too much?



Young Anna
Author Dr. Sharon Mitchell


An innocent man spends five years in a Moroccan jail while the love of his life is told he is dead. When he discovers the who and why of it all, war breaks out.



Broken Fingers
Author Stephen Coombes


New Book Releases for June

We are highlighting two exciting New Book Releases for June 2021 from our New Book Releases List (click to see all the new releases). If you are looking for something new to read this is a great place to start.

The Marshall and the Thief

Christian Historical Romance. Christian Western Romance. Sweet and Clean Romance.

A woman desperate to escape . . .

Paige is on the run from her family and the U.S. Marshall hunting them. No one says no to her father. The plan was simple. Escape during the train robbery and make a fresh start. Her plans go awry when an impulsive decision drops her into the arms of the Marshall. He offers her a deal she can’t refuse. Help him capture the gang and go free. Could the Marshall be her saving grace? Or is he using her? Life has taught her to trust is foolish, but her heart has a mind of its own.

A man hunting a killer . . .

U.S. Marshall Nash Houston is determined to capture the gang, leaving a trail of dead behind them. Even if the daughter of the gang isn’t behind the robberies, she’s way too skittish and all too lovely for Nash to just let slide past his penetrating gaze. When he discovers a vulnerability in Paige and courage beneath fear, he’s left aching to protect her and longing to heal her heart.

Both are about to learn that true freedom comes when you let go of fear and step into the perfect promise of God’s love.

Deadline Rome: The Vatican Kyli

Crime

It is 1980 and Clare Phillips, a beautiful, young British free-lance journalist based in Rome and her friend Daniel, a young American priest, visit an Etruscan tomb and make a macabre discovery. Clare realizes that a kidnapping has taken place and, with Daniel’s grudging help, decides to do some investigating on her own.

With a background in archeology, Clare is also covering the announced purchase by the Vatican’s Etruscan Museum of a valuable antique Greek wine cup – a kylix – painted by the world famous Euphronius. A major exhibit has been planned. The purchase turns out to have been engineered by an unscrupulous Argentinian archbishop and a greedy French diplomat, and Clare – with Daniel’s help – uses her contacts to dig deeper. She gets advice from fellow journalists, including Luca, an Italian investigative reporter with whom she’d had a brief passionate fling, works closely with several of Italy’s top investigating magistrates. But her determination to make a name for herself leads her repeatedly to strike out on her own.

Gradually several things become clear. First, that the purchase may have been made with “dirty money”, and second, that a avaricious Christian Democratic politician and his henchmen may also be involved in the kidnapping. Then, once the identity of the kidnapping victim becomes known, that the two events are inextricably linked.

Clare’s ambition puts her at risk on more than one occasion. The kylix will leave a bloody trail and the story, spun out against its Roman background, highlights the life of a dynamic foreign journalist in Italy.

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