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Gwen’s Picks. Book Recommendations.
The Runaway Pastor’s Wife
by Diane Moody
What could possibly drive a pastor’s wife to run away from home?
After years of frustration from life in a church fishbowl, Annie McGregor walks away from it all and bords a plane for Colorado. She has no way of knowing her college sweetheart is headed to the same cabin in the Rockies, terrified and gravely wounded. Their unexpected reunion couldn’t have come at a worse time. Or could it? Bewildered that God would allow Michael Dean to walk back into her life, Annie pleads with Him to keep her heart true to her husband and her family. God answers her prayer, but in a way she would never expect.
This story had suspense, drama, good vs evil and spiritual challenges. A peek into what our pastors and their families today go through at times. Author, Diane Moody reminds the reader that there is always redemption and love which completed the story beautifully.
Squeaky Clean Mysteries: Hazardous Duty
by Christy Barritt
On her way to completing a degree in forensic science, Gabby St. Claire who drops out of school and starts her own crime scene cleaning business. When a routine cleaning job uncovers a murder weapon the police overlooked, she realizes that the wrong person is in jail. But the owner of the weapon is a powerful foe…and willing to do anything to keep Gabby quiet.
Murder, mystery, suspense and funny. I enjoyed this book and ended up reading all the books that make up the Squeaky Clean Mysteries. You will find it hard to put this book down. I know, I ended up losing some sleep because I needed to turn the page to read on to the next chapter..
Check it out!
(Only In Gooding #1)
by Cathy Marie Hake
When Britisher Lady Sydney Hathwell’s father dies, the American who planned to wed her suddenly reneges. Stranded in America and penniless, Sydney contracts a relative in Texas who, mistaking her male-sounding name, invites his “nephew” to join him on his ranch.
“Big Tim” Creighton, however, is appalled when this mincing fop arrives at Forsaken. He determines -he’ll turn Fancy Pants Hathwell into a man before the boss returns home. From the get-go, he has “the kid” mucking stalls, clearing and plowing a field, and assisting with a difficult calving. But when Sydney’s true identity is uncovered, Tim resents being deceived. Yet in time, he also finds that he doesn’t like all the attention Sydney garners now that she’s wearing pretty gowns…
Together Sydney and Tim will discover the importance of family and what it means to be a man—and a woman—of God.
This book was fun to read with some romance. It kept me enticed to the end.
The Rose Legacy
(Diamond of the Rockies #1)
by Kristen Heitzmann
Driven by hope and vengeance, Carina Maria DiGratia leaves her idyllic home in Sonoma, California, for a new life in the mining town of Crystal, Colorado. Though the town has a rough element, Carina is determined that it is the place her dreams will come true. Early on, two men vie for her trust, but neither is what he seems. Will Carina discern the truth in time to prevent tragedy?
Do you feel like you’re in a mood for a romance story? The first book is the beginning of a well written series? The story draws you in wanting to help this young woman who travels far away from home to succeed with her dream.
Kristen Heitzmann is another favorite author of mine and has many books out that all are enjoyable to read.
The Telegraph Proposal (A Montana Brides Romance Book 3)
by Gina Welborn and Becca Whitham
Fall 1888 // Helena, Montana
In the rough and rugged Montana Territory, the journey to true love is filled with unexpected twists—and sweet rewards—for daring frontier women who faithfully believe every heart has a home . . .
With the help of the Archer Matrimonial Company, Yancey Palmer has finally put
Hale Adams, the man she’s loved for ten years—sometimes not wisely or well—behind her. Yancey is so sure of her love for the man the agency matched her with, she readily promises a friend that she’ll help Hale with his mayoral campaign without chasing him.
Hale has also engaged the services of the matrimonial agency. He’s so pleased with one lady, he requests that she join him in Helena to commence a sixty-day courtship. But instead, the Archer ladies arrive in town to reveal the true identities of both
Hale’s and Yancey’s matches: each other. Can they look past their misunderstandings and hurt to see that they are still a perfect match?
An enjoyable read about grace and forgiveness. Both authors have a flare for words. There are two other books that complete the A Montana Brides Romance saga. Check them out.
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