A best-selling author's latest book is a flop. While the reviewers are happily skewering her, her racecar-driver husband walks out on her and she's evicted, because he hasn't paid the lease on their condo for the last three months. Then she discovers he also he drained their bank accounts. Homeless and broke, she and her little boy have no choice but to retreat to the house she inherited from her nana in Chapel Springs. Then, a stranger knocks on her door. One that will change the course of her life.
With their marriages as much in need of restoration as the town, Claire and Patsy embark on a mission of mishaps and miscommunication, determined to restore warmth to Chapel Springs and their lives. That is if they can convince their husbands and the town council, led by two curmudgeons who would prefer to see Chapel Springs left in the 50s and closed to traffic.
"Chapel Springs Revival"
As a widowed, single mom, Lyndsey Allen has a load of financial troubles. Despite her best efforts to stay afloat, she faces foreclosure. With a young son to consider, she needs a miracle - and quick - but pride won't let her accept money from a longtime friend. When handyman Shep Patterson promised his best friend that he'd look after Lyndsey should anything happen to him, he never imagined that would include marriage...yet a proposal slips from his mouth. Lyndsey accepts his proposal, shocking them both.
"great christian book"
Anna Marquette has everything to live for. Her daughters are in college and, with the support of Paul, her loving husband, she is pursuing her dream of a career in counseling. Then one night, while on a trip to Orlando, the unimaginable happens. She takes a shortcut to an evening out with Paul and is brutally assaulted. When Anna suspects the attack has left her pregnant, her faith is put to the test. As Anna and her family confront the heart-wrenching decisions that lie ahead, Anna gradually comes to realize that God has a plan for her and that she must trust Him.
A mail-order bride, a town overrun with tourists, and illegal art. How on Earth will Claire and Chapel Springs survive? With the success of her Operation Marriage Revival, life is good for Claire Bennett. That is, until the mayor's brother blabs a secret: Claire's 19-year-old son, Wes, has married a Brazilian mail order bride who is eight years older than him. When Claire tries to welcome her new daughter-in-law, she's ridiculed, rebuffed, and rejected. Loving this girl is like hugging a prickly cactus. Will Claire and her family survive her son's marriage?
The horrific death of Holly's parents left her feeling tainted and unworthy. As she longs to come out from under the stain of their sin, she is held back by the constant whisperings in her mind that never fail to remind her who she is and where she comes from.
"A Good Start to a Series"
Kat Jennings and Scott Murphy don't just play two people who are secretly in love on a television sitcom - they are actually head over heels for each other in real life. When the lines between reality and TV land blur, they hope they can keep their relationship under wraps. But when Kat's grandmother, an eccentric star from Hollywood's golden age, mistakes their on-screen wedding proposal for the real deal, things begin to spiral out of control. Will their secret be front-page news in the tabloids?
"Sweet Christian Love Story"
When Adrianne found out she was pregnant eight years ago, she made the decision to leave Bible school and raise her child alone. Staying would have prevented her boyfriend from fulfilling his God-appointed mission in life. But every day since, she has regretted her decision. Chris - rejected, confused, and heartbroken - finished school and soon found himself in Nicaragua, loving life as a missionary. But the void left by Adrianne's unexplained departure remains.
"Red Like Crimson: Red, White and Blue Weddings"
Katie Walken has been running most of her life - from her Amish upbringing, from her family's expectations, and from an arranged marriage to Karl Borg. Now a real estate agent, Katie feels she finally has the life she always wanted...or does she?
"Out of the Blue"
He's running from his past. She's hiding from her present. But God has a plan for their future.... This audiobook is a modern retelling of the classic Cinderella story. It is an Amish fairy tale for adults.
"Cindy's Story - A story that ended too soon"
In the eyes of the community, Birdie Miller is a loyal daughter and a church member in good standing. Birdie knows this is a lie. Soured to the faith by an unhappy childhood, she made the difficult decision to leave her home. But when a terrible accident injures her mother, Birdie is forced to return home. Caleb Troyer is as certain in his commitment to the Amish path as any young man can be. Can a man of faith reach the heart of a spiritually wounded young woman with a reputation for rebellion?
"Great Sweet Romance-A Nice Break From Contemporary"
When Gregory Richler's girlfriend breaks up with him right before Christmas, it crushes his spirit. When the humbug of a holiday is over, he vows to never experience something like that again. He goes on a mission to find the love of his life by the following Christmas. Will he be able to live up to his promise, or is he bound to spend another holiday season without love?
A knock on the door brings Lauren Ballard news of her husband's death and his adultery. All at once, Lauren finds herself alone, wounded, widowed and expecting a child. When her strict and demanding father falls ill, Lauren reluctantly heads home. It isn't long before she finds herself regretting her decision. Her father's resort places her in constant contact with Kyle Ashcroft, her high school sweetheart who she left without so much as a goodbye.
"Good Faith Based Novel"
When Samantha Schuster and Steven Mueller were courting, she loved the fact that they worked at the same restaurant because it meant they'd get to see each other more often. But ever since Steven broke her heart, having to run into him every day at work is like pouring salt into her wound. She knows she has to make a change as soon as possible. That's when she stumbles on a job listing at the local Amish newspaper, "The Buggy News". Immediately she thinks this could be her chance to start over.