Value Fiction Brings Readers Summer Relief
Fiction lovers don’t need to budget to travel this summer with Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group’s eight full-length, historical novels by beloved Christian authors (WaterBrook, June 2, 2009).
At the low cost of only $5.99, these well-read “getaways” provide quality entertainment at a price that any reader can afford. Full-length historical novels offered include the following;
The Captain’s Bride
by Lisa Tawn Bergren
Book One in Northern Lights series. Experience an epic saga of perseverance and passion, faith and fidelity in a sea adventure from the gentle hills of Bergen, Norway, to the rocky coast of Camden, Maine.
by Linda Lee Chaikin,Book One in East of the Sun series. Family secrets and a passion for a man of a higher social class draw Evy Varley into a dangerous mystery and disturbing questions about her past.
The Silver Sword
by Angela Elwell Hunt,Book One in The Heirs of Cahira O’ Connor series.The auburn-haired O’Conner women push against social limits. Their tale is one of peril, courage, vengeance, love and sacrifice.
* I have read this entire series. I remember them being good. I would like to reread them since it has been awhile.
by Diane Noble. Hannah McClary dares to question the truth behind the shroud of secrecy that cloaks a nineteenth-century sect known as the Saints. Soon she and Lucas Knight, the young man she loves, find themselves fighting for their lives.
Under the Distant Sky
by Al and Joanna Lacy,Book One in Hannah of Fort Bridger.Join Hannah and Solomon Cooper as they journey by wagon train to a new life on the frontier. Will they overcome tragedy and great opposition as they strive to live their dream?
A Promise for Breanna
by Al & Joanna Lacy,Book One in Angel of Mercy series.Suspense, danger, romance and spiritual truth each play a part in this heroine’s life as she faces the man who once broke her heart and led her to mistrust men.
by Linda Windsor,Book One in Fires of Gleannmara.Maire, Warrior Queen of Gleannmara, finds her fierce heart gentled by a reformed mercenary, a Christian, who’s taken hostage during a raid.
* I have read this series. They are interesting. I need to reread them to say more.
A Gathering of Finches
by Jane Kirkpatrick. A turn-of-the-century Oregon coastal couples’ life is seen through the eyes of the wife, her sister, and her Indian maid who discover reasons why money and possessions can’t buy happiness or forgiveness, or relieve consequences of choices.