READ ALL THREE STORIES ---- Sweet Forever, Everlasting Promise, and Charity's Heart
"Now go, write it before them in a table, and note it in a book. . ."
The wounds of war are deep. Charity Langdon knows this well, having lost her family and her home to Sherman’s army. Now living in Indiana with her aunt and uncle, Charity finds it hard to forgive those around her, especially those who wore the Union blue. But Daniel Morgan’s wounds run deep, too. As a POW in a notorious Confederate prison, he was severely wounded as he tried to prevent the beating death of a friend. Traveling home after the War, he was one of the few who escaped the explosion of the ill-fated steamship Sultana. Thus, Daniel finds himself drawn by Charity’s beauty but repelled by her soft Southern drawl. Will Charity and Daniel become two more casualties of the War between the States, or will they allow God’s spirit to work within them, healing their hurts and bringing freedom through forgiveness?
Susannah feels betrayed. Susannah Killion feels like God deserted her over four years ago when her husband was killed at war. Everything she’s done since, she’s done on her own. So what is God doing when He sends the surveyor for the dreaded railroad to her doorstep—and he turns out to be the man who caused her husband’s death? Thad Sutton arrives in Promise, Indiana, knowing his welcome will be tenuous at best. He works for the railroad, the arrival of which will likely sound the death knell for the canal-dependent town. Not only that, but he bears a long-overdue letter for a widow of a soldier under his command. But he couldn’t have expected what happens when he meets the Widow Killion.
God’s mysterious ways are at work in Promise, Indiana, and the town will never be the same again.
A riverboat explosion offers a welcome escape. A notorious riverboat gambler killed Rosaleen Archer's husband and Has taken her captive, forcing her to do unspeakable things. Convinced God hates her, Rosaleen looks to luck for help as she attempts to escape when the riverboat explodes. She awakens in the arms of a stranger who carries her from the riverbank to a new life and a fresh start, outwardly free of her past. Reverend Jacob Hale senses Rosaleen's innate distrust of God, but as she reveals her past to him, he understands. He finds himself irresistibly drawn to this lovely creature, but can love survive between them despite their differences? Can Jacob convince Rosaleen that God loves even her? Can Rosaleen ever escape the pain and shame of her past?
Becky Hale Declares War Against Conventional Medicine. . . . . .after watching her young cousin die at the hands of a prominent Cincinnati physician. She returns home to Larkspur, Indiana, promoting a gentler, herbalistic approach to medicine, while preaching against the evils of university educated doctors. Ephraim Morgan, fresh from Lexington, Kentucky's Transylvania University, arrives at his cousin's home in Larkspur with plans to set up a medical practice. What he hasn't planned, is finding a staunch adversary in his cousin's pretty hired-girl, Becky Hale. When opposing medical philosophies collide on the Indiana prairie, will new love succumb to pride and distrust? Or will God provide a cure?
Travel to a German settlement in Sauers, Indiana, and meet Regina Seitz. Her sisters were allowed to marry for love, but Regina has been told by her father she must marry a man she has never met, just so Papa can have a German son-in-law to inherit the family homestead. Diedrich Rothhaus is as reluctant as she is, until her striking beauty and deep faith stir emotions he hadn?t expected. Against both their wills, love claims their hearts. Then a cruel family secret is revealed, and Diedrich must fight to save the most precious thing in his life, Regina's love.
After the deaths of both her husband and papa, Annie Martin is left with nothing of their legacy but a small plot of land in Indian Territory. Her place is on the homestead they cherished, and she will not let anyone take what is hers. Until she meets Brock Martin and learns he has rights to half of the land….
Brock only recently discovered that his uncle bequeathed him land. Now he is torn between protecting Annie's feelings and protecting his own neck. A false murder charge forced him to flee the army, and the only way to clear his name is to hire a lawyer to defend his case. He needs money, and selling the land may be the only way to get it.
Can the two find common ground before something more precious than sod beneath their feet is ripped from their hands?
Ginny Red Fawn McLain, a Shawnee medicine woman, is thrust back into the world of her birth family twelve years after her abduction. While she eschews the Christianity preached by her birth uncle who found her, Ginny's heart refuses to shun his friend and fellow Christian minister, Jeremiah Dunbar. Jeremiah is immediately smitten with his friend's long-lost niece. But unless Ginny Red Fawn joins Christ's fold—something she adamantly resists—any future with the woman he loves is impossible.