March 2011 New Releases
This month’s list of new releases from ACFW authors is jam-packed with different eras that range from Bible times to WWI and the Vietnam War to today. The main characters include cowboys, detectives, forensic artists and British sailors. There should be something of interest for just about anyone.
A Bond Never Broken by Judith Miller — A Historical from Bethany House. For many years, Ilsa Redlich has helped her parents run a hotel in South Amana, but as the United States enters the Great War, she can feel her world changing.
A Cowboy’s Touch by Denise Hunter — Romance from Thomas Nelson. Will the secrets Abigail Jones brought with her to Moose Creek, Montana separate her from Wade Ryan, the cowboy who finally captured her heart?
A Gentleman’s Homecoming by Ruth Axtell Morren — A Historical Romance from Love Inspired (formerly Steeple Hill). It’s been six years since Luke Travis has seen his native England…and his son, Sam. But his hopes for a joyful reunion are shattered when he learns that Sam wants nothing to do with him. There’s one ray of hope–Luke’s former sister-in-law, Bobbie Gardner.
A Heart Most Worthy by Siri Mitchell — A Historical from Bethany House. Three beauties each long to break free of their obligations and embrace the American dream–and their chance for love. But the ways of the heart are difficult to discern at times.
Among the Magnoilias by Diane Ashley and Aaron McCarver — A Historical from Barbour Heartsong Presents. In spite of the love she sees between her parents, Abigail LeGrand is determined never to marry. Nathan Pierce is desperate to hide his past. Will Abigail and Nathan accept each other’s love and respect, or will they stubbornly cling to the fears that threaten to keep them apart?
Bathsheba: A Novel; The Wives of King David Series, Book 3 by Jill Eileen Smith — General Fiction from Revell. Will one night of unbridled passion destroy everything Bathsheba holds dear? Can she find forgiveness at the feet of the Almighty? Or has her sin separated her from God—and David—forever?
Blood Ransom by Lisa Harris — A Thriller/Suspense from Zondervan. Deep in the heart of Africa, two American lives are about to change forever.
Code of Justice by Liz Johnson — A Thriller/Suspense from Love Inspired (formerly Steeple Hill). Heather Sloan is willing to risk her life to find her sister’s killer—but her code of justice could cost her the chance to win Jeremy Latham’s love.
Face of Danger by Valerie Hansen — Mystery from Love Inspired (formerly Steeple Hill). Giving murder victims a face is forensic artist Paige Bryant’s speciality. She can always put the pieces together. But her work turns dangerous when Texas Ranger Cade Jarvis brings her a special project related to the notorious Lions of Texas gang.
In The Shadow of Evil by Robin Caroll — A Thriller/Suspense from B and H Publishing. Amidst the layers of unethical practices, supply shortages, and excess murders, a top Louisiana homicide detective loses his heart to a charitable contractor while uncovering a secret about his tragic past.
Jersey Brides by Laurie Alice Eakes — A Romance from Barbour. Riches Become the catalyst for love in New Jersey. Issues of wealth and status have three nineteenth-century women tied in knots.
Love Amid the Ashes by Mesu Andrews — General Fiction from Revell. When scandal and murder rock Dinah’s life, the daughter of the great patriarch Jacob is sent away to Job’s household. After Job’s own world comes crashing down, Dinah finds herself drawn to this great man brought low. What will she risk to fight for his survival?
Secret Place by Leslie J. Sherrod — General Fiction from Urban Christian (Kensington). When desperation leads to homicide, can healing, freedom – and faith – be found?
Springtime of the Spirit by Maureen Lang — A Historical from Tyndale House. The winter of an unjust war is over. A springtime of the spirit awaits.
Surrender the Night by MaryLu Tyndall — Romance from Barbour. A timid American farm girl at the mercy of the enemy. . . A wounded British sailor driven into hiding. . . Both are about to change the course of history forever.
The Artist’s Grandmother by Robin Bayne — General Fiction from White Rose. When Megan bids on her grandfather’s painting, the last thing she expects is to be outbid by Michael Kirk, her first love.
The Map Across Time; Book 2, Gates of Heaven Series by C. S. Lakin — Fantasy from AMG-Living Ink Books. An epic fairy tale that shows how God uses the simple, weak, inconsequential of the world to accomplish his great purposes.
The Proper Wife by Winnie Griggs — A Historical from Love Inspired (formerly Steeple Hill). Eli Reynolds knows what he wants in a wife, and the flighty Texas girl couldn’t be further from the mark.
Yesterday’s Tomorrow by Catherine West — Romance from Oak Tara. Set in the backdrop of the Vietnam War, Kristin Taylor and Luke Maddox must decide if they’re willing to set aside selfish ambition for the love that seems to have ambushed them and captured their hearts.
(Monthly releases are compiled by ACFW and reprinted here with permission.)
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They all look so good! But the one you have me the most curious about is “A Bond Never Broken.” Thanks, Sandy!
That definitely sounds like one that’s right up your historical alley at this time, Heidi!
Oh, I didn’t know Denise Hunter had a new book out. She’s quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. I’ll have to check that out. Thanks for letting us know about all the new books. 🙂
Barbara, I haven’t read anything by Denise Hunter yet. That one sounds fun, though.