It’s nearing the end of summertime, but there’s still plenty of time for a few great summer reads!
This month, Bethany House is releasing four books from four different genres: legal suspense, historical family saga, contemporary romance, and supernatural thriller. When we say there’s something for everyone on this list, we mean it! Read the descriptions, admire the covers, and click on the books to read an excerpt of each.
Fatal Trust by Todd M. Johnson
Plot Summary: Defense Attorney Ian Wells is struggling to build a law practice while caring for his sick mother. When a new client offers a huge sum to take on a simple trust fund case, he can’t afford to say no. But when the investigation leads to a decades-old mystery linking the trust to dangerous criminals, he realizes this case could cost him his career.
The Promise of Dawn by Lauraine Snelling
Plot Summary: In 1910, Signe, her husband, and their boys emigrate from Norway to Minnesota, dreaming of one day owning a farm of their own. But the relatives they’ve come to stay with are harsh and demanding. As Signe’s family is worked to the bone to repay the cost of their voyage, can she learn to trust God through this trial and hold on to hope for a better future?
The Two of Us by Victoria Bylin
Plot Summary: Nurse practitioner Mia Robinson is done with dating. Instead, she’s focused on caring for her patients and her teenage sister, Lucy. Mia is shocked when she learns Lucy is pregnant and plans to marry her boyfriend. She’s determined to stop the wedding, but she wasn’t expecting best man Jake Tanner, a handsome police officer with a wary heart so like her own.
The Assault by Bill Myers, Frank Peretti, Angela Hunt, and Alton Gansky
Plot Summary: In cycle two of the series, the Harbingers team investigates more unsettling mysteries that drive them to the breaking point. Will they be strong enough to keep overcoming the world’s dark forces? Fast-paced and ongoing, this thrilling collection reads like your favorite TV series, with each linked episode written by a talented author.
Here’s a question for you, readers: do you have a go-to genre, or is your reading taste more eclectic?