We have harrowing missions and a parent's legacy, princely heroes, the dangerous love of a baron, healing for a widow's heartache, and fledgling love in Lancaster. Whew!
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A Sense of a Mission by Ann Gaylia O'Barr
Kaitlin is driven to succeed in the mission denied her mother. Can she redeem that mission if she discovers another calling?
The Fire Starter by Gloria Clover
Amaryllis Filippopoulos was raised to rule the island of Celosia. Alone. So what's she to do with an off-island prince who tempts her to surrender her life's purpose for him?
Her Good Name by Ruth Axtell
In the 1890 thriving coastal town of Holliston, Maine, the leading lumber baron's son, Warren Brentwood, fights his attraction for Esperanza Estrada, daughter of an immigrant fisherman. Espy discovers that catching Warren’s eye is a far cry from capturing his heart because when rumors circulate about her, Warren believes the worst, forcing Espy to flee
Living in Harmony by Mary Ellis
Amy King--young, engaged, and Amish--faces difficult challenges in her life when she suddenly loses both of her parents in a house fire. Her fiancé, John Detweiler, persuades her and her sister Nora to leave Lancaster County and make a new beginning with him in Harmony, Maine, where the ultra-conservative district becomes more than either bargained for.
Rodeo Ashes by Shannon Taylor Vannatter
Lacie Gentry, a young widow and mom, is struggling with the aftermath of her husband’s tragic death. Quinn Remington, her former classmate always had eyes for her, but will his involvement in her husband’s demise keep them apart?