February 2011 Releases
This month’s releases by ACFW authors offer a little something for everyone: western/historical, romance, thriller, mainstream.
Angel Sister by Ann Gabhart — General Fiction from Revell. It is 1936 and Kate Merritt, the middle child of Victor and Nadine Merritt, works hard to keep her family together during the Great Depression. Who could imagine that a dirty, abandoned little girl named would be just what the Merritts need?
Another Dawn by Kathryn Cushman — General Fiction from Bethany. What would you give for a second chance to make things right? When life gets complicated, Grace Graham runs. But now her sister, Jana, is giving her once last chance.
Blood Covenant by Lisa Harris — A Thriller/Suspense from Zondervan. Paige Ryan and Nick Gilbert must put their own lives in the hands of God as they fight for the safety of the refugees under their protection.
Deadly Ties by Vicki Hinze — A Thriller/Suspense from Waterbook-Multnoma. Her enemy will stop at nothing for control. She will risk everything for freedom.
Hometown Dad by Merrillee Whren — A Romance from Steeple Hill Love Inspired. A pair of rowdy boys would be exhausting for two parents—little wonder single mom Melanie Drake feels overwhelmed. Enter Nathan Keller—respected banker, descendant of the town’s father…and baseball coach.
Journey to Riverbend by Henry McLaughlin — A Western Historical from Tyndale. A chance for redemption was something they never expected. A chance for love was something they never dreamed of. Sometimes the journey is only the beginning . . .
Lady in the Mist by Laurie Alice Eakes — A Romance from Revell. By virtue of her profession as a midwife, Tabitha Eckles is the keeper of many secrets. Dominick Cherrett is a man with his own secret to keep: namely, what he, a British aristocrat, is doing on American soil working as an indentured servant.
Larkspur Cove by Lisa Wingate — General Fiction from Bethany House. Adventure is the last thing on Andrea Henderson’s mind when she moves to Moses Lake. But when a little girl is seen with the town recluse, Andrea and the new game warden are drawn together in the search for her identity. The little girl offers them both a new chance at redemption and hope–and may bring them closer than either ever planned.
Letting Go; Healing Hearts Series, Book 1 by Michelle Sutton — General Fiction from Sheaf House. From an early age Diane Simmons was trained by her parents in the art of seduction, but she hates that about herself and wants to be loved for who she is, not what she looks like.
Raider’s Heart by Marcia Gruver — A Romance from Barbour. Dawsey Wilkes wakes up deep in the Carolina swamps, the prisoner of a rowdy family who support a vigilante intent on bringing justice to the poor. Wooed by the competitive McRae brothers and shunned by their sister Ellie, Dawsey remains intent on getting back home to her ailing father. But has it been God’s plan all along to unite these two very different families?
Save the Date by Jenny B. Jones — A Romance from Thomas Nelson. You’re invited to the engagement of the most unlikely couple of the year.
The Outlaw’s Return by Victoria Bylin — A Historical Romance from Steeple Hill Love Inspired Historical. J.T. Quinn would know Mary Larue’s beautiful voice anywhere. He just never expected to hear her singing in a Denver church.
Turbulance by Dana Mentink — A Thriller/Suspense from Steeple Hill Love Inspired Romantic Suspense. Someone wants to ensure that the flight bringing Maddie Lambert and a transplant organ to her father never reaches its destination. Someone who’s desperate enough to sabotage the plane.
When All My Dreams Come True by Janelle Mowery — General Fiction from Harvest House. An adventurous novel of faith, hope, and love in the Wild West.
Words by Ginny Yttrup — General Fiction from B&H Publishing. Brought together by Divine design, Kaylee and Sierra will discover together the healing mercy of the Word-Jesus Christ.
(Monthly releases are compiled by ACFW and reprinted here with permission.)
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