In this month’s round of new releases, you’ll find espionage, revival meetings, natural disasters, and plenty of dangerous secrets. Whether you prefer a romantic read or page-turning suspense, there’s something here for you. Click on a cover that catches your eye to read an excerpt, and enjoy a fall filled with great books!
The First Love by Beverly Lewis
Plot Summary: In the summer of 1951, Amishwoman Maggie Esh is struggling with a debilitating illness and few future prospects. When tent revival meetings come to the area, Maggie attends out of curiosity. She’s been told to accept her lot in life as God’s will, but the words of the evangelist begin to stir something deep inside her. Dare she hope for a brighter future?
An Hour Unspent by Roseanna M. White
Plot Summary: As England plunges into war, Barclay Pearce uses his skills as a thief to help his nation. But upon rescuing Evelina Manning from a mugging, he begins to wonder what his future might hold. When her father’s invention gives England a military edge, the whole family is in danger—and it may just take a reformed thief to steal the time they need to escape it.
In Times Gone By by Tracie Peterson
Plot Summary: After getting left at the altar, Kenzie Gifford flees to San Francisco, determined to never love again. But when an earthquake devastates the city and the life she’s built there, Kenzie finds herself facing a hidden danger—and two men set on winning her heart. With her life—and heart—on the line, who can she trust?
The Cost of Betrayal by Dee Henderson, Dani Pettrey, and Lynette Eason
Plot Summary: Three bestselling Christian romantic suspense authors team up in this intense novella collection. In Henderson’s Betrayed, a woman cleared of a murder she didn’t commit faces another deadly betrayal. In Pettrey’s Deadly Isle, a couple is trapped on an island with a murderer. And in Eason’s Code of Ethics, two people must outrun the killers hunting them.
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