We are half way through February. The days are getting longer, hopefully there is a bit more sunshine and there is a small hint of spring in the air. With spring break just around the corner, it is time to start planning on which books are you taking with you. Here are a few titles to get that list going.
The Promise of Palm Grove - Shelley Shephard Gray - #1 Amish Brides of Pinecraft - (from the back cover) A young Amish woman finds herself torn between the man she's pledged to wed and the man her heart desires in this heartwarming story of chance, duty and choice in the face of love.
An Amish Cradle - Beth Wiseman/Amy Clipston/Kathleen Fuller/Vannetta Chapman - 4 in 1 - (from the back cover) - Tiny fingers, tiny toes, and lives that will never be the same. Journey with 4 families as their lives are about to change forever.
Meek and Mild - Olivia Newport - #2 Amish Turns of Time - There is tension between the Old Order and the Marylanders of the Amish church in 1917. Clara and Andrew are caught in the middle as they try to decide what is God's will and what is just man trying to control his congregation.
Where Rivers Part - Kellie Coats Gilbert - #2 Texas Gold Novel - Juliet has devoted her life to provide safe drinking water. When a disaster brings it all crashing down she teams up with her estranged father to expose a far-reaching conspiracy.
The Crimson Cord - Jill Eileen Smith - The story of Rahab. Sold into slavery then prostitution, Rahab wonders if she will ever be free again. A spur of the moment decision to help two spies, gains her her freedom, but will she be able to over come the challenges outside the walls of Jericho?
The Babylon Contingency - Clifford Longley - DCI Robbie Peele is sent to investigate a very strange break in. The criminals want ancient clay disks with code written on them. What secrets do the disks hold and why would a terrorist cell want them?
The Matchmaker - Sarah Price - #2 the Amish Classics - An Amish retelling of Jane Austen's Emma - Emma has found out she likes playing matchmaker with her friends, but when one such matchmaking adventure goes wrong, Emma finds herself in trouble with the community. Will she be able to repair the damage?