Grace Mockingbird is a teenager living in Jubilee, Kentucky, a coal mining town, with her parents and two siblings: Sissy and Isaac.
Susanna Jenkins has a difficult life. First she lost her husband to influenza, and now she has to deal with her selfish family.
Theodosia Burr, daughter of Senator Aaron Burr, is a young socialite who comes of age in 1800.
For many years, Madame Sylvie Guilbert has been mistress of Le Petit Cottage, a plantation in St. James, Louisiana.
Willow Dupré, a wealthy heiress from one of the foremost families on Fifth Avenue, is the most sought-after lady in New York society.
Tracie Peterson is one of those authors who needs no preamble in the Christian historical fiction world. I have had the pleasure of reading her books before. So, when I saw her latest novel, Destined for You, I eagerly decided to give it a try.
Sophie Deiner, an ex-Amish woman and daughter of a prominent bishop, returns to Nappanee, Indiana, when she is ill.
Amy Clipston’s Naomi’s Gift is the story of a spirited young Naomi King, an Amish woman who has been jilted in love a few times.
Anna LeBaron’s The Polygamist’s Daughter is one of those books that grips you and refuses to let go.
The year is 1903. Anna Plank lives a charmed life in the small rural hamlet of Berlin, Ohio.
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