September Bethany House Books

On this first day of September, I’m excited to let you know about five new releases from BHP. They’re set all over the map: the Pennsylvania countryside, Montana’s frontier, the halls of Edwardian England, a New York horse farm in the 20s and the bustling Wall Street of current day. Take a trip inside the pages by clicking on a cover to read an excerpt.


The Wish by Beverly Lewis

Leona lost her best friend the day Gloria’s father was expelled from the Amish church. When she receives an unexpected letter from Gloria, Leona makes up her mind to go after her friend. To the alarm of her fiancé, the deacon’s son, she sets out on a mission to persuade Gloria to return to the Amish church. Will Leona’s dearest wish lead to her own undoing?

Love Transformed

A Love Transformed by Tracie Peterson

Widowed and penniless, with two small children, Clara Vesper returns to her uncle’s ranch in Montana, the only place she has ever been happy. As she tries to find that feeling again, she encounters a suitor from her past and is soon followed by her brother-in-law, who will stop at nothing to bring her back to the family business.

Domino Effect
The Domino Effect by Davis Bunn

Esther Larsen, a risk analyst at a powerful banking institution, is convinced she has uncovered a ticking bomb with the potential to overshadow 2008’s market crash. She has to do something—but what? With global markets on the brink, and her own life in danger, Esther races against the clock to avert a disaster that threatens worldwide financial devastation.

Lady Unrivaled
A Lady Unrivaled by Roseanna M. White

Lady Ella Myerston knows of the danger that haunts her brother, and she intends to put an end to it. While visiting her friend Brook, the true owner of the Fire Eyes diamonds, Ella accidentally gets entangled in an attempt to blackmail the dashing, newly reformed Lord Cayton. Will she become the next casualty of the alleged curse?

Love's Faithful Promise

Love’s Faithful Promise by Susan Anne Mason

When her mother suffers a stroke, Deirdre puts her medical career on hold and persuades Dr. Matthew Clayborne to help treat Mrs. O’Leary at Irish Meadows. But since the doctor has no intention of leaving his life in Canada, and Deirdre has sworn off marriage altogether, how will they deal with the undeniable spark between them?

Since school is starting up, here’s a question: what’s a classic novel you read in high school or college that you genuinely enjoyed?

3 thoughts on “September Bethany House Books

  1. I remember like yesterday the first time I read Jane Erye (Mrs. Cook’s 10th grade English class.) I believe that day began my lifelong love for classic literature!

  2. More good books! So little time and so many outstanding books! Thanks, BHP! Enjoy you guys very much! One of my favorite classic reads is still Pride and Prejudice.

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