A leather-bound journal. A single father. A woman in pursuit of freedom.
Garner Bradford, heir to the troubled Bradford Shipping empire, doesn’t know much about babies. But he’s going to have to learn fast because he’s just become a single father to his newborn daughter. As he confesses through his journal entries, he’s not entirely sure how to keep a newborn alive, whether or not he’ll ever patch together his shattered heart, or how to forgive himself for his mistakes.
Career girl Kathleen Burke is wholly uninterested in settling down. She has big dreams, and none of them include …
Meet a Lieutenant and an Ensign in
When Tides Turn
When fun-loving glamour girl Quintessa Beaumont learns the Navy has established the WAVES program for women, she enlists, determined to throw off her frivolous ways and contribute to the war effort. No-nonsense and hoping to make admiral, Lt. Dan Avery has been using his skills to fight German U-boats. The last thing he wants to see on his radar is a girl like Tess. For her part, Tess works hard to prove her worth in the Anti-Submarine Warfare Unit in Boston–both to
For some odd reason, all the updates I did to this post last night which were live and well when I went to bed, disappeared overnight! Here I am trying again!
This is Revell’s late 2017 lineup and the covers that catch my eye are Bethany Turner’s and debut author, Joanne Davidson Politano’s. While you may be tired of me saying this, I just love it when publishers in the CBA try something different than the standard Christian covers we are so used to seeing.
I do love the colours of Ann’s These Healing Hills and I’m a sucker for …
Bethany House have long been a favourite publisher of mine. For many reasons. They have a stellar list of authors who write quality fiction, even if the story isn’t to my taste. The same with their cover art – it is always high quality and designed with smarts and reader demographics clearly in mind. As a reviewer and blogger, they are marvelous to work with, never requiring a positive review and are always gracious when I’ve posted about a book I didn’t like.
As I share the last of their 2017 releases, I really appreciate the genres they cover. Amish, …
Meet the indomitable Barley in
The Dog Who Was There
My main character is a dog named Barley. Smallish, off-white, the same color as the grain for which he was named and the bits and pieces of which covered him when he was found in a sack on a riverbank after a cruel farmer tried to drown him as a pup. Barley is alert, intuitive and brave–far beyond his small size. Above all, he is loyal and loving to the very last when it comes to his Master. As …