LAVENDER FIELDS INN
Love grows amid the flowers in the magnificent Rockies at Lavender Fields Inn, but romance can be deceptive at times.
Wren Tabor hopes the cool Colorado air at Lavender Fields Inn will heal her aching heart after her former boyfriend betrays her. When she literally bumps into handsome accountant Graham Maier, the painful memories from the past begin to fade. But after she sees Graham kissing another woman, she figures no man can be trusted.
Graham Maier needs to prove to his father he's as capable as his brother Greg. The Rocky Mountain Anglers' Tournament at Gold Pan Lake will give him the chance. But he must win first place. After he meets Wren, a woman like the unnamed girl who's occupied his dreams, he can't understand why she suddenly won't speak to him.
Can Wren learn to trust men again? Can Graham understand how valuable he is in God's sight?
High school softball coach, Dale Denning, is persuaded to masquerade as catcher on her twin brother's company sponsored all male summer baseball team. During a game, she trips on a bat--and meets Justin Whitaker, owner of the company. Focused on her job, church, and missions, the last thing Dale needs is the complication of a man in her life. One bad experience is enough.
Having been deceived by his girlfriend in high school, Justin hates deception of any kind. Once he discovers who Dale is, he finds himself attracted to her. But, if she will deceive him in a small thing, won't she deceive in bigger ways?
When it appears she has conned his Alzheimers afflicted dad into signing over company assets to her, what is Justin to think? Will he learn to trust God to show him the truth?
Jill Hargrove loves collecting antiques, so much so that she's used her inheritance to start her own business-the Junktique Shoppe. But she's learning that owning a business is not all it's cracked up to be, especially when she discovers major structural problems in her building. Ed Mathis specializes in restoring old homes, but he's between jobs. When he learns of a new entrepreneur in town who could use some help, he arrives expecting to do minor handiwork. What he finds is a fascinating woman whose heart is in as much of a shambles as her building. Can God use a broken-down building, a strong Christian community, and Ed's precocious twin daughters to bring them together?
THE WEDDING CAPER
Join Annie Peterson, mother of the bride, as she solve crimes on her way to the wedding. In book one (The Wedding Caper) a $25,000 night deposit mysteriously disappears from the Clark County Savings and Loan, and Annie Peterson takes on the role of amateur sleuth to solve the mystery. Only one problem... she knows nothing about crime solving! With loads of humor and just enough of a mystery to make you wonder whodunit, this story is perfect for a cozy listening.
Note: This book has a Christian, faith-based message. Janice Thompson, author of more than 100 books for the Christian market, offers readers an inspirational, yet wacky story!
A WELL-FOUNDED FEAR OF DEATH
Julie Richards is slightly agoraphobic, but she manages to hide it from her friends. She’s taking baby steps to overcome it, but the trip to Colombia tests her limits, and she can’t wait to return to her normal, safe life in Celebration, her boyfriend, and her law practice.
But nothing is safe and normal in Celebration. Will Julie hold fast to her “Life’s not fair” mantra, or will she cling to God’s promise that all things work together for good?