Chasing Sunsets by Karen Kingsbury (Apr. 7, hardcover,
$22.99, ISBN 978-1-4516-8750-7). The second novel in a series
about divine intervention and the trials and triumphs of life tells
of a woman desperate to find deeper meaning in her life.
Tiffany Girl by DeeAnne Gist (May 5, paper, $15.99, ISBN
978-1-4516-9244-0) is a historical novel about a progressive “New
Woman”—the girl behind Tiffany’s chapel—and the love that
An Amish Man of Ice Mountain by Kelly Long (Apr. 28, mass
market, $7.99, ISBN 978-1-4201-3546-6). Amish Joseph King
has good reasons to work an oil rig far from his beloved Ice Moun-
tain, but no honorable man would let Priscilla Allen and her four-
year-old daughter remain homeless. When his guilt and her secrets
threaten the trust growing between them, they need miracles to
put the past to rest.
Joseph’s Dilemma by Ervin R. Stutzman (June, paper, $15,
ISBN 978-0-8361-9909-3). The second book of the Return to
Northkill series chronicles the experiences of Amish teenager
Joseph Hochstetler, who was taken captive by Native Americans
during the French and Indian War.
Beneath the Forsaken City by C.E. Laureano (Feb. 1, paper,
$14.99, ISBN 978-1-61291-631-6). In book two of the Song of
Seare fantasy series, Conor and Aine have barely escaped Seare with
their lives. Surrounded by despair and thrown into as much danger
as they left behind, Conor and Aine must cling to Comdiu’s plans
for them. But at what cost?
The Crimson Cord by Jill Eileen Smith (Feb., paper, $14.99,
ISBN 978-0-8007-2034-6). When Israelite spies enter Jericho and
come to lodge at her house, Rahab, forced into prostitu-
tion to cover her husband’s debt, sees a glimmer of hope
and the opportunity of a lifetime.
Buried Secrets by Irene Hannon (Apr., paper,
$14.99, ISBN 978-0-8007-2126-8). Smalltown police
chief Lisa Grant needs the assistance of detective Mac
McGregor, an ex-Navy SEAL, when a human skeleton
is unearthed in her town. As they work to solve the
mystery behind the unmarked grave, danger begins to
Spy of Richmond by Jocelyn Green (Mar. 1, paper,
$14.99, ISBN 978-0-8024-0579-1). In Richmond, Va., 1863,
Union loyalist Sophie Kent risks everything to help end the war.
Former slave Bella Jamison sacrifices her freedom to come to
Richmond, where her Union soldier husband is imprisoned, and
her twin sister still lives in bondage in Sophie’s home. Harrison
Caldwell, a Northern freelance journalist who escorts Bella to
Richmond, infiltrates the Confederate War Department as a
clerk, but is conscripted to defend the city’s fortifications. The
Civil War is reimagined from these perspectives.
Summer’s List by Anita Higman (June 1, paper, $14.99, ISBN
978-0-8024-1232-4). After breaking her engagement with a rising
politician, Summer Snow is adrift in life and love. Again. She discovers that her dearest childhood companion, Martin Langtree, who
made the ideal friend when they were growing up, could now make
the ideal husband.
Center of Gravity by Laura McNeill (July 14, paper, $15.99,
ISBN 978-0-7180-3090-2). Ava’s life in the coastal South appears
nearly perfect after her recent marriage to the powerful and hand-
some Mitchell Carson. Outwardly, Mitchell appears to be a caring
husband and doting father, but as Ava soon discovers, there is a dark
side to her husband that she never imagined.
The Curiosity Keeper by Sarah E. Ladd (July 7, paper, $15.99,
ISBN 978-0-7180-1178-9). Born into two different classes, James
and Camille shouldn’t even know each other, in this historical. But
when the pursuit of a missing ruby brings them together, much
more than a mere acquaintance is ignited.
By Your Side by Candace Calvert (Mar. 1, paper, $14.99, ISBN
978-1-4143-9032-1). ER nurse Macy Wynn learned essential,
gritty lessons in the California foster care system: land on your
feet and trust no one. Deputy Fletcher Holt believes in a higher
plan, a fair outcome, and his ability to handle that by himself if
necessary. When everything goes wrong, where do they put their
Chance of Loving You by Terri Blackstock, Susan May Warren,
and Candace Calvert (May 1, paper, $14.99, ISBN 978-1-4964-
0537-1) is an anthology by three bestselling romance authors.
Three different main characters are given a chance to change their
lives, but will love be the real prize?
When Grace Sings by Kim Vogel Sawyer (Mar. 17, paper,
$14.99, ISBN 978-0-307-73133-3). In a contemporary Old Order
Mennonite story of family secrets and the rocky road to romance,
two women are on the cusp of finding out what is real—
and uncovering an elaborate scheme to hide the truth.
The Wood’s Edge by Lori Benton (Apr. 21, paper,
$14.99, ISBN 978-1-60142-732-8). Two families, one
haunted by a twin’s absence, the other now an ocean
away, are caught in a web of lies in the 18th century.
Love Arrives in Pieces by Betsy St. Amant (June 9,
paper, $12.99, ISBN 978-0-310-33847-5). Former
pageant queen Stella Varland doesn’t trust beauty since
her divorce. Contractor Chase Taylor is determined to
live a life of no regrets after losing his fiancée in a car
crash. When he returns home to Bayou Bend to renovate the town’s
old theater, he is shocked to learn former flame Stella is the
designer for the project. Forced to work together, Chase and Stella
battle their chemistry and their pasts.
Murder Freshly Baked by Vannetta Chapman (June 8, paper,
$15.99, ISBN 978-0-310-32217-7). The Amish Artisan Village is
the setting for a Race for a Cure. When runner Ryan Duvall crosses
the finish line of the race and falls down dead, police hunt the
murderer. Amber Bowman, who manages the artisan village, looks
to her young Amish friend Hannah Troyer to help her find the killer