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ONCE UPON A TIME in the land of Missouri, there was a little boy named Jory. He loved his daddy, but something was missing: a mommy. So Jory set out to find one. THE PRINCE WAS RELUCTANT Matt wasn't looking for happily ever after --he wasn't even looking for a date! So when his son brought home the golden-eyed librarian from story hour, Matt was fit to be tied. THE PRINCESS WAS...PERSISTENT It was just Larissa's luck to find a handsome prince who didn't believe in fairy tales. But she was fated to be queen of the curmudgeon's castle--and determined to create a happy ending big enough for three....
Love Inspired Christian romance set in Missouri and Tijuana, Mexico.
Carl Brenner finally finds meaning in his life when he meets widow Grace Mallory and her children. But when a long-lost relative from Grace's past suddenly appears, he risks his own happiness to give her the ultimate gift.
Seeking recovery from her husband's death, Holly Douglas and her twin boys arrive in Safe Harbor. But when her husband's killer is freed, the only man Holly can count on is investigator Alex Wilkins--who unmasks her closely guarded secret--a secret at odds with her strong faith. Original.
Cody North is a busy man. An ex-cop, he has a full life as proprietor of Island Breeze condos and as the father of a teenage boy. Bree Trehearn is on the run, wanting to get as far from rural Indiana as possible. It doesn't take long for Cody to wish that Bree, her cat Gabriel, and her car full of computer parts had stayed back in Indiana instead of coming to rest on his beach. When Bree complicates matters by "modernizing" his business, he's sure it's all a nightmare waiting to happen. Then Bree disappears, and it takes all of Cody's police skills and his newfound faith to find her. Nothing in his life before Bree could prepare him for his role as her rescuer-but nothing after she "breezes" into it seems right without her!From the Trade Paperback edition.
My new job: Gracie Lee Harris, dead body finder. First, my con-man husband. Now, Frank, the no-good contractor renovating my apartment. Frank was less than, well, frank, with people; now someone has made sure he's less than alive. And I think Ray--uh, Detective Fernandez--is starting to wonder about me, since I'm always sticking my nose into his homicide investigations. That could be the reason he keeps coming to question me. . . . They say God doesn't give us more than we can handle, but I wish He didn't think I could handle so much!
Lori Harper was on her own. Recently widowed with a young son to raise and a baby on the way, she had no one she could rely on. And when she went into labor in her isolated home with no way to call for help, she prayed for a miracle....Delivering gifts to needy families on Christmas Eve, fire department volunteer Mike Martin never imagined he'd be called on to nearly deliver a baby! Drawn to Lori's unbelievable faith and optimism despite her dire circumstances, Mike was determined to take care of her family as best he could. Even if it meant believing in the power of miracles.
I, Gracie Lee Harris, do hereby declare I had nothing to do with the murder of my two-timing, con man husband. But I do know three women who could have killed Dennis: his devoted mother who gave him her life savings--which he squandered; his disillusioned daughter who gave him her college fund-- again, squandered; and his pregnant almost-fiancee, whom he'd left with empty promises and unpaid bills. With the help of some new friends--and the Lord--I'll find the killer. . . hopefully without becoming the next victim!
I seem to be gathering quite a collection of murder victims: fi rst my husband, then my contractor. And now my ex-husband's fi ancée has turned up dead. But I, Gracie Lee Harris, am on the job--much to the dismay of my boyfriend, homicide detective Ray Fernandez. I've enlisted the ladies of the Christian Friends to help me fi gure out who killed my ex's sweetie not long before their wedding. My ex is the prime suspect, but his fi ancée kept secrets that might have been deadly. I just pray that her secrets don't get me killed!
HOMEWARD BOUNDLaurel Harrison longed to return to Missouri, and when her sheriff father fell ill it seemed to Laurel to be a message from above telling her to leave California behind. And she hoped that by moving back she would finally find a home for her restless heart....Deputy Tripp Jordan was trying the best he could to fill in for the town sheriff. But under the watchful eye of the sheriff's daughter his every move was challenged. He soon found himself looking for the faith he'd let go of long ago and praying Laurel would realize her heart belonged in Missouri-with him!
In this concluding title in the Faith on the Line multiauthor series, FBI special agent Jake Morrison and his assistant, Holly Vance, thwart a drug cartel's attempt to take over Colorado Springs. Their attraction grows, but Holly has a secret. Will it change Jake's feelings for her? Original.
Cassie Neal is too independent to admit she needs a man in her life. Even when her children introduce her to the perfect man, Lee Winter, she must struggle with feelings of hate and anger before she can let him, and God, back into her heart. Only through surrender can Cassie win. But is she strong enough to surrender?From the Trade Paperback edition.
Forensic specialist Kyra Elliott faces the challenge of her career. From scattered skeletal remains she must identify a serial killer who's gotten away with murder, and his young victims. Help comes in the tall, dark, handsome form of an old friend--and secret crush--FBI investigator Joshua Richards. Considered a loose cannon, Josh has been "loaned" to Kyra, and he doesn't like it. Yet as they close in on the killer, Kyra has to trust her hostile partner with her life--and her heart.
A faded childhood photograph of the Barker girls was the only clue found at a crime scene. But it didn't explain who'd want Jessie Barker's sister dead. The snapshot brought back memories of another tragedy, shrouded in mystery, that left the Barker girls orphaned as children. Jessie had to find out what happened to her beloved sister, but she'd have to trust a stranger with a twenty-five-year-old story that no one had ever believed. Yet detective Steve Gardner did believe -- and with God's help he would aid Jessie in her dangerous quest for the truth. . .
The Love Inspired "RM" series give today's spiritual female readers what they've been asking for -- contemporary inspirational love stories that reflect their commitment to life, love and faith. Capture this audience with Love Inspired "RM", books that offer a unique blend of faith and romance. After 12 years of marriage to her high school sweetheart, Claire Collins realizes that she wants to be more than just a housewife. As she struggles to find herself, Claire learns that with God's helping hand, her family's love is strong enough to overcome all obstacles.
This has been a year of family turmoil-and it's only June! Life hasn't been the same since I learned my long-presumed-dead mother is actually alive, and then my father was arrested for murder. I'm so thankful that Reverend Gregory Brown is here. My caring confidant is haunted by something from his own past, but Greg has put that aside to help me find my mother. I just pray we find her before it's too late!
''Your bag is not the designer number #11;I'd expected, Miranda," said Greg. #11;"What's the story there?" The pastor looked so genuinely interested in her answer that she had to tell him the whole story. "Winnie made it for me about twenty years ago." it looks like a well-used treasure," Greg pointed out, endearing himself to her for good. He could have noted instead that the pink corduroy was faded and thin in spots and that it was worn down past the wale from years of use. Instead he'd noticed how cherished it was. "You're right. It is the one link I have with my mother that I can carry around every day." She fingered the cloth lovingly. "When I was ten, my mother and father had a terrible fight and she left home. The next morning, Father told us that she had been in a terrible accident after she left and had died. Of course we know now that wasn't true...." * * *