Friday, October 2, 2020

Fiction Friday: October New Releases in Historic Fiction


New Releases!

Check out these October releases in Christian and Clean-n-Wholesome historical fiction: 

Joy to the World by Amanda Barratt, Carolyn Miller, and Erica Vetsch (10/13/20)
: In Joy to the World, three popular romance authors come together to offer a heartwarming collection of holiday Regency romance. Based on the lines from a beloved Christmas carol, these three novellas have depth, faith, and satisfying stories all packed into the perfect length for readers to curl up and take a brief break from their holiday busyness. “Far as the Curse is Found” by Amanda Barratt, “Heaven and Nature Sing” by Carolyn Miller, and “The Wonders of His Love” by Erica Vetsch. 

The Lost Heir by Candee Fick (10/5/20): 
A foundling raised by the local vicar and his wife finds herself the ward of an earl and on a direct path to a London Season. If only her heart wasn’t still drawn to her childhood friend and their small Yorkshire village. 

Setting Two Hearts Free by Janet Grunst (10/6/20)
: Donald Duncan joined the Patriot cause for noble reasons, battling the British while enduring deprivation and hardship on every side. The war has changed him, and now the battle is internal. Returning home to Virginia is in sight where a new life and his Mary wait for him. Mary Stewart spends the war ears with her family at Stewarts’ Green, helping them operate their ordinary. Daily, she prays for Donald’s safe return, eagerly waiting for him...until the day the evil side of war touches her. Two hearts changed by a war that dragged on for six years. Two hearts left hurting and struggling to find the love and trust they once knew. Is there a path for them to rekindle what was lost; Setting Two Hearts Free?

A Haven for Her Heart by Susan Anne Mason (10/13/20)
: A young woman struggles to find redemption by helping troubled women and in doing so finds love but deems herself unworthy of happiness.

A Doctor in the House by Linda Shenton Matchett (10/15/20)
: Emma O’Sullivan is one of the first female doctors to enlist after President Franklin Roosevelt signs the order allowing women in the Army and Navy medical corps. Within weeks, Emma is assigned to England to set up a convalescent hospital, and she leaves behind everything that is familiar. When the handsome widower of the requisitioned property claims she’s incompetent and tries to get her transferred, she must prove to her superiors she’s more than capable. But she’s soon drawn to the good-looking, grieving owner. Will she have to choose between her job and her heart? 

The Love Note by Joanna Davidson Politano (10/20/20):
A career-minded woman in Victorian England sets out to deliver a lost love letter to its rightful owner—unless it’s already too late.

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