A blast from the past. In 2016, this FREE book showed up in my feed. I did read it but it’s a little foggy in my brain and it appears I’ve not seen this author since. I’m in need of a refresher.
Laurel thought life had dealt her its worst blow when her marriage fell apart. For almost a year, she worked to put herself back together. These efforts culminated in a new job in a new place. Away from all the reminders of pain and humiliation, she can begin again. But what if her attempt to escape doesn’t take her away from Colton, but brings her to him instead?
Colton is reaping the sorrow and misery he deserves. For the worst of reasons, he hurt the woman he loves. Laurel’s heart won’t heal easily or ever without God’s help. Will she give him the chance to regain her trust? Or will he be forced to live the rest of his life without her?
Other books in this series: For Better or Worse: Book 2 in the Forgiving Hearts Trilogy.
This next one is an author new to me and I’m looking forward to the experience after reading the first chapter. A bargain price at $0.99. I don’t think this one is going to be a light read.
Shade’s life-altering vow to God leads to mysterious decisions that cause her to forfeit the man she loves.
Shade Doe believes her prayers are answered when she meets an older Christian man who offers her marriage and a name for her newborn child. Despite his overbearing nature, Shade delights in her new role as wife and mother. When her husband suddenly dies years later, she uncovers secrets from his past—secrets so profound they derail the lives of both her and her daughter.
After tragedy strikes, thirty-six-year-old Shade gains custody of her young grandson, Tyler, and moves to a small Michigan beach town where she becomes the owner of a successful bakery and café. Shade meets and falls in love with Tyler’s baseball coach, but their love for one another is doomed. Shade’s internal struggle to honor her vow to God, while denying her own desires, throws her on a path of painful redemption.
A cozy mystery is FREE this time. We have been reading Samantha’s books lately so I suspect it should be good.
Newly widowed Amish woman, Emma Kurtzler, has had little time to grieve when she learns someone is trying to take her farm.
When someone close to her is killed, a group of Amish widows befriends her. She soon learns there’s more to these sweet widows than meets the eye.
In the midst of Emma’s troubles, she is drawn to a neighbor, but can she trust this man who is trying his best to win her heart?
I’d tell you what my current read is but I’m having trouble settling on a book. I not feeling drawn to anything in particular, so it’s hard to decide. I’ve read a bit of The Runaway but I’m finding it easy to put down, possibly because I’ve read many other books like it.
I’ll keep looking – there is a lovely long list of books to pick from.