Friday, March 4, 2016

NEW Christian Fiction releases for March 2016!

Quite a line-up for March - from historical to mystery to contemporary romance to young adult. Lots of books to be excited about!

Flirtation Walk Playing the Part Dressed for Death

Flirtation Walk by Siri Mitchell (Bethany House)

A con artist's daughter vies for a life of respectability, but will her cadet sweetheart understand when he discovers her secrets?

Playing the Part by Jen Turano (Bethany House); A Class of Their Own, book 3

When one of her adoring fans turns threatening, an actress is whisked off to safety at a country estate belonging to a friend's eccentric and eligible grandson.

Dressed for Death by Julianna Deering (Bethany House);  A Drew Farthering Mystery, book 4

When a guest at a Regency-era house party turns up dead, it's up to Drew to uncover the murderer. Methinks some references to Jane Austen will be taking part . . . The Red Door Inn A Fool and His Monet
Contemporary romance:

Back in the Saddle by Ruth Logan Herne (Multnomah); Double S Ranch, book 1

After his losses in the Stock Exchange, the prodigal returns home to his father's ranch. But when Wall Street pendulums again, will he choose to return to the world of finance or stay in the saddle?

The Red Door Inn by Liz Johnson (Revell); Prince Edward Island Dreams, book 1

When a man agrees to help restore his uncle's inn, he doesn't expect the man to have hired a jumpy, nervous woman with a taste for expensive antiques to be the interior decorator.


A Fool and His Monet by Sandra Orchard (Revell); Serena Jones Mystery, book 1

New to the FBI's Art Crimes division, a young agent leaps at the chance to rescue a stolen Monet--and lands in a heap of trouble.
A Daring Sacrifice
Young Adult:

A Daring Sacrifice by Jody Hedlund (Zondervan); An Uncertain Choice, book 2

With her cruel uncle on her rightful throne, a young woman takes to the woods to fight for and feed the starving widows and orphans. When her uncle calls in a knight to hunt her down, it is none other than a friend from her youth.

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