July 2019 New Releases

Good thing you don’t need a passport or visa to travel through books, because our two July fiction releases will take you all over the globe, to ancient Israel in Until the Mountains Fall, and to Russia, the Bahamas, Greece and many other countries in Storm Rising. Click on the covers below to read an excerpt of each of these page-turning books, perfect for summer reading.

 

Storm Rising by Ronie Kendig

Plot Summary: Once lost to history, the Book of the Wars has resurfaced, and its pages hold ancient secrets—and dangers. Former Navy SEAL Leif Metcalfe has been tasked with capturing the ancient text, but a Bulgarian operative snatches it, determined to secure her freedom. When a series of strange storms erupts, they must form an alliance to thwart impending disaster.

Until the Mountains Fall by Connilyn Cossette

Plot Summary: Recently widowed, Rivkah flees Kedesh, refusing to submit to Torah law and marry her husband’s brother. Malakhi has secretly loved Rivkah for years, but after her disappearance, he throws himself into the war against the Canaanites and is forced to confront not only his wounds, but also hers—including the shocking truth that has kept her from returning.

 

Since these books both have the protagonists on the cover, what do you feel like you know about them already just from a quick glance?

2 thoughts on “July 2019 New Releases

  1. Leif means business. He’s a seriously serious guy! And Rivkah is running away. But I get it. If my husband died, and he had a brother, I wouldn’t want to marry him either. It’s kind of creepy. Especially if you were married to your husband a long time. It really would be like marrying your brother then. 😲

  2. I kind of wish we could still get our passports stamped… maybe then I’d wind up with more than one stamp in my passport. HA!

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