Song of the Highlands by Sharon Gillenwater
After an inheritance makes him the Earl of Branderree, Scottish military piper Kiernan Macpherson finds himself thrust into the unfamiliar, glittering world of Regency England’s aristocracy. His greatest surprise, however, comes when he wins a run-down English estate-with the spirited sister of the previous owner still in residence!
About the author: Bestselling author Sharon Gillenwater writes stories about love–between a man and a woman, of family and home, and the everlasting love of God and Jesus.
She grew up on a ranch in the Rolling Plains of West Texas, near the small town of Colorado City. Marriage took her across the country, but Texas is still dear to her heart. All of her Christian contemporary romances and most of her Christian historical romances are set in small West Texas towns filled with rugged, yet tenderhearted cowboys and strong, yet compassionate women.
Boo Hiss by Rene Gutteridge
When a soccer field complex springs to life seemingly overnight in the sleepy community of Skary, Indiana, and the local coffee shop begins offering computer access along with its suddenly overpriced beverages, goosebumps start popping up all over town. Has soccer mom Katelyn Downey hatched a diabolic plot to turn their slow-paced town into a den of hip suburban iniquity–or is this the perfect solution to the community’s financial woes?
Even as concerned residents take sides over their town’s future, many are dealing with changes of a more personal nature. Novelist Wolfe Boone can’t seem to find the right niche for his post—horror writing efforts, and his new bride Ainsley–known for executing complicated events with penache and perfection–is bewildered by her inability to control something as seemingly simple as scheduling a pregnancy. Frustration turns to envy when her wacky friend Melb discovers, to her utter terror, that she and husband Oliver are expecting a baby.
Through its quirky characters and winsome humor, Boo Hiss offers unexpected insights into the various ways people respond to change and demonstrates that growth often occurs amid the most difficult–and hilarious–circumstances.
About the author: Rene Gutteridge is the author of My Life as a Doormat, Scoop, Boo, The Splitting Storm, and Boo Who. She lives with her husband, Sean, a musician, and their children in Oklahoma City.
Elixir by Davis Bunn
Against a backdrop of international intrigue and ruthless drug monopolies, award-winning author Davis Bunn delivers an intoxicating page-turner in this redemptive thriller.
Multi-billion dollar giant Revell Pharmaceuticals is devouring its competition. A new research breakthrough propels the company into releasing its most profitable product ever. Yet a family crisis confronts them when Kirra Revell, heiress to the empire, goes missing.
Taylor Knox, an employee of Revell’s latest acquisition, is blackmailed into leading the search. An expert surfer, Taylor pursues the world’s biggest waves as a cover, only to be ensnared in a deadly contest of corporate espionage.
In the race to find Kirra, everyone’s motives are suspect. A Celtic monk’s warning only heightens the peril. Is it money, power, passion, or something deeper that compels Taylor to risk everything?
From Scotland’s holy islands to the rugged Basque coast of Spain, from boardrooms and luxury yachts to the dungeons of America’s oldest surviving fortress, the hunt is on. Can Taylor Knox achieve his quest before time runs out for Kirra Revell — and for himself?
About the author: T. Davis Bunn is an American author. Bunn grew up in North Carolina. He became an international financial expert and worked in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Bunn and his wife live in Oxford now.
Good Heavens by Margaret Graham (A Trilogy Book 2)
Esmeralda’s back. Readers met this feisty widow as she fussed over her fellow citizens of a small southern town in Margaret Graham’s novel Mercy Me. Now in a delightful sequel, Esmeralda feels led to take on a new project. A halfway house for female addicts finds itself in need of a responsible woman to move in and help out, and against her better judgment, Esmeralda volunteers. She knows nothing about drugs or about much of anything else these women have been through. But she knows when she’s being “led,” so she packs up her life, moves to the mountains, and becomes a housemother. There she meets women with lives she could never imagine, and she must navigate well outside her comfort zone. Soon enough, she learns how to love the unloved-and to accept their love in return. Good Heavens is packed with hilarity, humanity, and good lessons. Graham once again has given readers a lovable and very human believer to accompany as she plods through alien territory with her Bible in hand.