Twelve-year-old Lizzie and her brother find themselves in the middle of the controversy raging in 1765 Boston over the taxes that Britain is levying on the colonies.
Lia, a cripple, is forced to work for her cruel adoptive mother. Is there any way she can possibly escape the horrible life she is in, and has Bioti been hiding things from her all these years?
After Anne Hjelle is attacked by a mountain lion while out mountain biking, is there any way she can conquer her fear and begin living normal life again?
A miserly innkeeper in the crowded village of Bethlehem receives several heavenly visitations in one night, and his life is changed forever.
When his mother signs him up for a drama co-op, Guzzy’s summer is dramatically changed—how will he cope?
Ben Taylor, adoptee, struggles to balance his professional life and spending time with his children—and just about the time he reconnects with his real family, his life spins out of control.
When Mae accidentally forgets something that results in her grandson’s death, she can’t forgive herself.
As Sir Bentley discovers the intense hatred between the knights he knows and the Followers of the Prince—those who defend him even if they have to go to prison afterward—can he find justice not only in his life, but a true purpose to fulfill as well?
After the death of her parents, Marie finds herself in a Midwest farming community, far from her home in New York City, among people with a quite different view of God than her family had.
When he sees something different in his neighbor, Wendy, the town grump, Neal Kirkpatrick, ends up buying a Bible to figure out what makes her so different, and so attractive to him.
Teenaged Bill Tidd has a lot to worry about already, with having to protect and provide for his little sister, when war breaks out with the Indians and he is expected to do his part.
Manolo is expected by everyone in his town to become a great bullfighter like his father—but is that really what he should do with his life?
When Christy goes to Cutter Gap, in the heart of the Smoky Mountains in Tennesse, to teach school, she enters a foreign world.
When someone starts entering Wendy’s house and messing with her seven Christmas trees (one for each cat), she has to find out who the intruder is and stop him before any of the cats gets hurt.
Lisa Marsh assumes she knows all about a man based on his appearance, and sets out to better his life, whether he wants her help or not.
When unfaithfulness is discovered, the effects are far reaching—is there any hope that one can find forgiveness after something like that?