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Secrets of My Heart

by Karen Rigby

In Tracie Peterson’s engrossing historical romance "Secrets of My Heart", dangerous truths threaten a city’s future as a widow discovers her late husband’s misdeeds. Nancy married Albert to escape her rural, religious upbringing,... Read More

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Of Green Stuff Woven

by Meagan Logsdon

In "Of Green Stuff Woven", theology and pragmatism butt heads, with the fate of the prairie and a Des Moines cathedral hanging in the balance. Brigid, who’s the dean of a historic cathedral, has a crisis on her hands. Her Episcopal... Read More

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The Tea Chest

by Jeremiah Rood

Heidi Chiavaroli’s thrilling romance "The Tea Chest" asks questions that resonate beyond the immediate needs of its heroines. Emma and Hayley live two hundred years apart, but they are connected through their tenacity and willingness... Read More

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East of Midnight

by Edith Wairimu

"East of Midnight" is a Christian novel about a blossoming relationship that falls apart after a catastrophic accident. In Karen S. Humeniuk’s heartwarming Christian romance "East of Midnight", a promising relationship breaks and is... Read More

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Seat of Truth

by Edith Wairimu

In the intriguing novel "Seat of Truth", a recently deceased man learns about the machinations of the devil on Earth. Ezechias Domexa’s Christian fantasy "Seat of Truth" reimagines what heaven is like through the experiences of a man... Read More

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Daughter of Rome

by Karen Rigby

"Daughter of Rome" is an intricate Christian novel focused on Priscilla and Aquila, following them from their charged first meeting through to their work as Corinthian tent makers. Little is known about the couple’s early days, but the... Read More

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Unstuck

by Melissa Wuske

Kim Anderson’s "Unstuck" is an empowering women’s guide to becoming who you were created to be. Many modern women feel frustrated, but Anderson believes that God designed them for something more. Her book explores its way toward... Read More

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