Lady Jayne Disappears by Joanna Davidson Politano (Revell). A different sort of tale than usual, mysterious, with hints of Dickens and a different period of British history than we generally see (1860's).
Holding the Fort by Regina Jennings (Bethany House); Fort Reno, book 1. Delightfully sweet and funny, while taking place in one of America's historical frontier forts (1880's).
Heart on the Line by Karen Witemeyer (Bethany House); Ladies of Harper's Station, book 2. The geeky telegrapher saves the saves the day (and wins the girl)! Sweet, funny, and a delight to read. (1890's)
A Dangerous Legacy by Elizabeth Camden (Bethany House); Empire State, book 1. Smart characters who make the most of their intelligence! Not to mention, the story is clever and suspenseful, with some wonderfully unexpected turns. (1900's)
The Illusionist's Apprentice by Kristy Cambron (Thomas Nelson). A spectacular jazz-age mystery where so little is precisely how it it appears. (1920's)
When Tides Turn by Sarah Sundin (Revell); Waves of Freedom, book 3. I love the author's attention to WWII history, but this is one of my favorites yet for wonderful characters and intriguing plot.
The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck by Bethany Turner (Revell). About an erotic romance writer who meets Jesus and falls in love with her pastor; it was incredibly funny, but also rather pointed and sadly true about aspects of church life.