After his young daughter dies, heart surgeon Samuel Truelove leaves his successful medical practice and moves to a small town, where he opens a clinic. Although he can still heal the sick, Truelove now doubts God's power to heal his wounded soul.
"At the Scent of Water"
Linda Nichols is a best-selling author of Christian fiction and was a 2003 Christy Awards finalist. She creates another inspiring and emotional novel with If I Gained the World. After leaving her partner, Daniel, Lenore plans on beginning a new life with their son. But parting from the man she loved for so many years sends her into a deep depression. Finally, Lenore meets the people of the Greater Grace Tabernacle, and with their help, she finds peace and happiness again.
"Deserving of 10 stars!!!"
Life is rewarding for Samuel Truelove. He's a gifted surgeon, he's married to the love of his life, and he has a beautiful daughter. But when he's called to perform an emergency surgery, a deadly cascade of events is set in motion, and his picture-perfect life begins to unravel.
"Parents Worst Nightmare and the Aftermath"
In this Romantic Times Top Pick, Christy Award finalist Linda Nichols follows the wanderings of Miranda DeSpain, a young woman still haunted by a painful adolescent experience. When Miranda finds a clue to this mystery from her past, she travels to an idyllic Virginia town. There, an 11-year-old girl helps her find lodging and a job. Suspicious of strangers, the police chief discovers there's absolutely no record of Miranda. And then he notices his niece's picture among Miranda's belongings.
"Excellent Inspirational Book!"
Mary Bridget Washburn was tired of running, tired of being haunted by the empty shell her life had become. Determined to make a new start, she escapes to the quaint city of Alexandria, Virginia, where she takes on her mother's identity and finds sanctuary in the shadow of a decades-old church. Can Mary Bridget hide her tainted past long enough to bring hope to a family falling apart?
"The Christ the World needs to See . . ."