Becoming Mrs. Lewis by Patti Callahan


As an admirer of C. S. Lewis, both as a writer and an apologist, I was drawn to this book when I saw it. I’d never read anything by or about Joy Davidman, so I wanted to learn more about the woman who Lewis (known to those who loved him as Jack) married. This book, […]

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American Omens by Travis Thrasher


In 2038 America, technology reigns. Cars drive themselves. Algorithms make is so the simplest tasks, such as picking out your own clothes, never cross your mind. Cheyenne Burne is a programmer who works for the leading tech firm. When her father converts to Christianity, he disappears. As do many other Christians, many never to be […]

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Lady of a Thousand Treasures by Sandra Byrd


The Sheffield Brothers firm is well-known among collectors. Trained by her father and her uncle, Miss Eleanor Sheffield is a talented evaluator, able to tell a fraud from a genuine artifact. But in 1860’s England, Eleanor is unable to run the firm as un unwed woman. After her father’s death, her uncle’s health begins to […]

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Murder at the Flamingo by Rachel McMillan


After Hamish DeLuca’s anxiety gets the better of him during his first real court case as a lawyer, he runs away to his cousin, Luca Valari. Luca was the only person who never focused on Hamish’s flaw, and treated him like everyone else. Regina Van Buren comes from high-class society stock, but she flees when […]

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For Love and Honor by Jody Hedlund


At his mother’s request, Sir Bennet returns home to help his family. They are deeply in debt, and their situation has become dangerous as the people they owe threaten to attack and take everything. His mother feels the only way out is for Sir Bennet to marry a wealthy woman. Lady Sabine doesn’t consider herself […]

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White by Ted Dekker


Thomas Hunter isn’t sure which is more real, the virus that will kill practically every person on the planet in less than two weeks, or the Horde that threatens the existence of his people. The fate of two worlds rests in Thomas’s hands, and they are somehow connected. More than Thomas could have ever imagined. […]

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Red by Ted Dekker


Thomas Hunter leads two lives. In one world, he is trying to stop a virus from wiping out civilization. In the other, he is the leader of warriors who protect their people from a fallen enemy. The evidence of a link between these worlds grows, and Thomas must stay alive to change history, or both […]

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Black by Ted Dekker


When Thomas Hunter falls asleep in this world, he awakes in another. It’s a world where what we know as the spiritual is physically present. He lives there until he falls asleep, then he reawakens in this world. As he goes back and forth, he loses sight of what’s real. Is it this world or […]

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The Outlaw’s Second Chance by Angie Dicken


For Cort Stanton and Aubrey Huxley, the Oklahoma Land Run is a chance for freedom. For Aubrey, it’s freedom from no-good father. For Cort, it’s freedom from a jail cell for a crime he didn’t commit. When they try to claim the same piece of land, Cort agrees to let Aubrey have it if she […]

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Bleak Landing by Terrie Todd


Bridget O’Sullivan is a twelve-year-old Irish immigrant. In a poor Canadian town, she is often beaten by her father, and bullied by her schoolmate, Victor Harrison. But she dreams of a better life, and runs away just a few years later. When her father dies, Bridget must return to Bleak Landing to claim what’s hers. […]

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Deep Waters by Jessica R. Patch


Members of the Flynn family tend to hold dangerous jobs. All except for Caley. She purposely avoids danger, living her life rescuing and studying turtles instead. When she finds the body of one of her interns on the beach, she fears it’s foul play. At the request of Caley’s brother, Shepherd Lightman detours from his […]

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A Plain Leaving by Leslie Gould


Jessica Bachmann has been on her own for three years. She has a job that she loves, and a boyfriend she cares for. Her life is good enough that she doesn’t regret leaving her Amish community, despite the time it took to get over the pain of the separation. Now, after the death of her […]

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