Friday, October 3, 2014

Christian Fiction Releases October 2014!

Exciting releases for the month of October!

Historical:
The Brickmaker's BrideA Lady at Willowgrove Hall, Whispers on the Moors Series #3   -     By: Sarah E. Ladd
Out of the Storm (Beacons of Hope, #0.5)

A Lady at Willowgrove Hall by Sarah E. Ladd (Thomas Nelson); Whispers on the Moors, book 3

Both the lady's companion and the steward of the Hall have secrets they fear to share - what will they do when they come to light?


Out of the Storm by Jody Hedlund (Bethany House); Beacons of Hope, e-novella, book 0.5

Prequel to Hedlund's new series, centered around Michigan lighthouses


The Brick Maker's Bride by Judith Miller (Bethany House); Refined by Love, book 1

In the aftermath of the Civil War, two families work together to rebuild their brick-making business.

Trails and Targets by Kelly Eileen Hake (Barbour); Dangerous Darlyn, book 1

The Daughter of Highland HallWhen four sisters lose their childhood home, they take to the road and are rescued by an unexpected hero with an eye for the sharpshooter of the family.
(Now officially releasing November . . . )


The Daughter of Highland Hall by Carrie Turansky (WaterBrook Multnomah); Edwardian Brides, book 2

Heading into her debut, Katherine Ramsey needs to secure her future, but family scandal forces her to the sidelines where she sees a different side of London.


Contemporary Mystery/Suspense:

A Promise to ProtectA Promise to Protect by Patricia Bradley (Revell); Logan Point, book 2

At the request of an old flame, the sheriff promises to protect her brother, but it turns out she is the one who needs protecting. 
Deceived

Deceived by Irene Hannon (Revell); Private Justice, book 3

A woman has mourned the loss of her son for three years, but when she spies a boy eerily similar to her dead child, she hires a PI to investigate the increasingly suspicious accident that took him from her.

2 comments:

  1. I'm really excited for A Lady at Willowgrove Hall!

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  2. Me too! Headmistress of Rosemere was so good!

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