We have two bargain books tonight. One I’ve read and enjoyed. The second is new to me but the author I’ve read. They both were suggested by 1531 Entertainment.
A dead man stands on her doorstep.
When the Navy wrote off her MIA husband as dead, Eden came to terms with being a widow. But now, her Navy SEAL husband is staring her in the face. Eden knows she should be over-the-moon, but she isn’t.
Diagnosed with PTSD and amnesia, Navy SEAL Jonah Mills has no recollection of their fractured marriage, no memory of Eden nor her fourteen-year-old daughter. Still, he feels a connection to both.
Unfit for active duty and assigned to therapy, Jonah knows he has work to do and relies on God, who sustained him during captivity, to heal his mind, body, and hopefully his family.
But as the memories lurking in his wife’s haunted eyes and behind his daughter’s uncertain smile begin to return to him, Jonah makes another discovery. There is treachery in the highest ranks of his Team, treachery that not only threatens him but places his new-found family in its crosshairs.
Imprisoned by their past mistakes, can love break the chains of shame?
Expected to follow in her father’s footsteps as a successful lawyer, Genevieve Trehearn’s world is turned upside down when she finds herself behind bars with a criminal record slapped against her name. Having rebelled against the wishes of her family, Genevieve is suddenly alone – disowned by her wealthy parents and those whom she considered to be her closest friends. With her once pretentious life reduced to the four walls of a prison cell, Genevieve must face the mistakes of her shameful past and plan for a new future.
David Molineaux is the owner of ‘Elevation Adventures’, an outdoor adventure company that also works with at-risk kids, providing opportunities for them to learn new skills and develop new friendships. He loves nothing better than to spend time outdoors with his Creator and encouraging others to do the same. But David is also hiding scars from his past. And when he is asked to provide adventure opportunities to ex-prisoners, he is worried his past will catch up with him and destroy his business. When Genevieve and David’s worlds collide, fear of the past threatens to destroy a promising future. Can the shame from their pasts be overcome? Or will the burden from past mistakes be too heavy to bear?
I started another new book today. Quite a departure from the murder and mayhem of the last book, which turned out to be nothing like what I expected. It was good though.
When widower Gerrit Appeldoorn takes his granddaughter to piano lessons one day, he finds himself drawn to her music teacher, a woman unlike any he has known. It’s an unlikely attraction. He’s a retired dairyman with mud on his boots; Joan Horton is a world traveler and former piano instructor at New York’s prestigious academy of music. Not quite “beauty and the beast,” but close.
Even so, Gerrit slowly begins to open his heart to Joan, to music, and to the possibilities that may be found in both. Yet as their relationship deepens, Gerrit faces crises concerning his family and farm, and Joan confronts a dark secret that threatens her future. While coping with these challenges, neither can predict how their duet will sound as they practice the music of renewed hope and second chances.
I think this one will be good too.
What are you reading? Is it good? Share if you care to, we would love to hear about it.