Quotes and Themes: March 2017 New Releases

I love finding quotable gems in our novels, ones that hint at the conflict and themes of each, so I’ve created a few to give you a sneak peek into this month’s books. (For a longer sneak peek, click on a book cover to read an excerpt.) Feel free to share the memes if you’ve read either of these books or they’re on your To-Be-Read pile!

Treasured Grace by Tracie Peterson

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On the grueling trail west, Grace Martindale loses her new husband and her last vestige of security. Upon arriving in Oregon Country, she uses her midwifery skills to help the other settlers, and—with the aid of fur trapper Alex Armistead—the Cayuse tribe. But peace between the groups is fragile, and tension soon leads to violence.

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Long Time Gone by Mary Connealy

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The Boden clan thought their troubles were over with the death of a dangerous enemy. But with new evidence on Cole’s shooting, Justin can’t deny that the plot to take their ranch was bigger than one man. While the doctor and his distractingly pretty assistant help Cole, Justin has to uncover the trail of a decades-old secret as danger closes in.

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Is there a quote you especially enjoyed from a book you read recently?

2 thoughts on “Quotes and Themes: March 2017 New Releases

  1. I just came across this quote from Dani Pettrey’s Still Life: “Letting go equaled vulnerability. Something she swore she’d never be again for anyone. But this wasn’t anyone – this was her Savior.”

    I love it because it is during a crucial exchange between the two main characters. And, it reiterates the thread of faith in this action-packed story.

  2. Why does email say that “Dawn’s Prelude” is a NEW book from Tracie Peterson? I read that one in 2009. ??new cover or revised??

    On Thu, Mar 2, 2017 at 9:26 AM, Bethany House Fiction wrote:

    > bethanyfiction posted: “I love finding quotable gems in our novels, ones > that hint at the conflict and themes of each, so I’ve created a few to give > you a sneak peek into this month’s books. (For a longer sneak peek, click > on a book cover to read an excerpt.) Feel free to share ” >

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