Free books March 5, 2020

LPC books (Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas) has some awesome FREE suggestions for us today. There are so many we will have to save the windfall of bargain books for tomorrow’s post.

The Forgotten Life of Evelyn Lewis is Free for a couple of days. This book showed up a year ago and it was definitely a favorite.

The forgotten life of Evelyn Lewis

Facing bankruptcy, a high-end interior designer returns to her childhood Tennessee to salvage her company and finds herself tangled in relationships, property disputes, and a past that refuses to be silenced.


Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Roaring Twenties series Book 2) is also FREE and a favorite back in 2018.

Ain't Misbehavin

Selling hats at Marshall Field is a respectable way to pay the bills while Dot Rodgers struggles to get her less respectable singing career off the ground. Independent and feisty, she’s the life of the speakeasy. But the glitter and glamour can’t conceal her fears —she’s not worthy of the love of a good man. So why is Charlie hanging around?


Her Deadly Reunion (Jill Shepherd Suspense Book 2) FREE. Another favorite from a year ago.

Her Deadly Reunion

Determined to meet the father she has never known, Jill Shepherd agrees to spend the Christmas holidays at his Wisconsin home. When she and her friend Clay Merrick arrive, they find family members hostile, her father gravely ill, and his home a dangerous place to mix past with present.


Lightning on a Quiet Night FREE also read a year ago.

Lightning on a Quiet Night

In the years following World War II, a town too proud of its virtues has to deal with its first murder. Despite the implication of the crime, the town of Beneficent, Mississippi, population 479, tries to hold onto its vain image. The young veteran Jack Davis wholeheartedly believes the town’s idyllic vision. He tries to share it with newcomer Lisa Kemper, but she is repelled by everything in the community. While the sheriff tries to find the murderer, Jack and Lisa’s contentious courtship reveals the town’s astute perceptions and surprising blind spots. But unexpectedly, the couple finds a kind of evil danger seething beneath the town’s placid surface.


Rumors and Promises FREE, another also read & enjoyed.

Rumors and Promises

Sophie Biddle is an heiress on the run with a child in tow. Wary and self-reliant, Sophie is caught off guard when meeting a kind, but meddling and handsome minister at the local mercantile. Believing he has failed God and his former flock, the Reverend Ian McCormick is determined to start anew in Stone Creek, Michigan. While Sophie seeks acceptance for her child and a measure of respect for herself, the rumors swirl about her sordid past. Should Ian show concern for Sophie’s plight? If he does, he’ll risk losing everything — including his new position as pastor of Stone Creek. Will the scandals of their pasts bind them together, or drive both deeper into a spiral of shame?


Secrets and Wishes FREE, read & enjoyed a year ago

Secrets and Wishes

Stone Creek, Michigan, April, 1901 — Maggie Galloway and Thomas Harper clash after their sons collide in a fistfight. Both widowed, they’re each doing their best as single-parents. Outgoing Maggie has dreams for a home of her own and a business to provide for her son as she searches for God’s path for her life as a widow. Reserved Thomas struggles to establish his new pharmacy and take care of his four rambunctious children, while wondering how a loving God could take his beloved wife.


These comments sound like a broken record, the same thing over and over, but it’s true. We have seen them all before, and it’s great seeing them again.

A sneak peak at the bargain books tells me it’s second time around for many of them too. It’s good to see them again.

Happy Reading!!!

We have a big snow storm happening tonight…. our winters are never boring!

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