New books!


I can’t be trusted with a credit card when books are involved. It’s as simple as that. The last couple of weeks have seen several book purchases. I’m happy to say that some of these are e-books, and were only $.99, and one or two were even free. But most of them weren’t. Not to […]

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The Goodbye Bride by Denise Hunter


Zac Callahan is just starting to get his life back together when he gets a phone call from his ex-fiancé, Lucy Lovett. She has had an accident, and can’t remember the last seven months of her life. That includes leaving Zac just weeks before their wedding. Lucy doesn’t remember leaving Zac or moving to Maine. […]

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A Fine Imitation by Amber Brock


Vera Bellington comes from a wealthy family. She lives the life of high society in Manahattan, attending an endless stream of dinners and cocktail parties. Her days are spent at luncheons with other ladies of society, while her nights are spent alone, waiting for a husband who seldom comes home. When artist Emil Hallan is hired to paint […]

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Core Christianity by Michael Horton


Many people turn away from words like “doctrine” or “theology.” They seem like things only pastors and scholars should care about, but theology is simply the study of God and His word. In Core Christianity, Michael Horton discusses the central beliefs that all Christians share, why we believe them, and why it is important for us to understand […]

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The Ivy Tree by Mary Stewart


When Connor Winslow meets Mary Grey, he mistakes her for his assumed dead cousin, Annabel. Mary soon discovers that if Annabel were alive she would receive an inheritance that Connor wanted for himself. The two come up with a scheme to bring “Annabel” home and make sure Connor gets what he wants. But hidden secrets […]

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