Historical Romance. Left for dead, Larson Jennings, returns home badly burned. His obviously pregnant wife Kathryn is losing their ranch. Disfigured beyond recognition to most--Larson is determined to save his family.
Historical Fiction. In 1905 North Dakota, the small town of Blessing, started by Norwegian immigrants, is rapidly growing. The two female doctors need help, so some trainee nurses are sent. Working on a construction crew that's building new housing, Trygve Knutson falls in love when he meets nurse Miriam, who's torn between Trygve and her family back home who need her.
Historical Romance. Hiding a secret that she thinks could destroy her, Olivia Keene flees home and ends up on the grounds of Brighton Court, the estate of Lord Edward Stanton Bradley's family in 1815. There, Edward sees her and believes she has overheard a damaging conversation that could cause his ruin; he insists she accept the position of governess in the nursery so he can prevent her from reporting what she heard and ruining his reputation.
Historical Romance. When she was just a toddler, Addie Sullivan was in a shipwreck. A California lighthouse keeper found her and raised her as his own child, though his wife disapproved. Now, in 1907, a long-lost and wealthy blood relative finds her and enlists her to work as a governess at the family's lavish estate in Mercy Falls, California.
Historical Fiction. Formerly an Indian captive named Burning-Sky, Willa Obenchain unexpectedly returns to her family's New York homestead after her twelve-year absence. With faith in God and the skills to survive on the frontier, Willa must decide if love is possible as she faces the challenges brought on by her dual identities and an unforgiving land.
Historical Fiction. Change is coming to 1935 rural Alaska whether Gwyn Hillerman, who associates change with heartache, likes it or not. The federal government is sending hundreds of settlers to Matanuska Valley, where Gwyn works as a nurse in her father's medical office. Knowing that her father already has his hands full, Gwyn worries about him, especially since her mother and sister left them to return to Chicago several years earlier, but she trusts in God.
Historical Fiction. Two women walk 3,500 miles alone across the United States, from Washington State to New York City -- and they do it in 1896 while wearing new clothing that doesn't require corsets and shows their ankles. Though this sounds almost unbelievable, it's a true story.
General Fiction. When a prairie fire threatened her home, young Joann hid under her family's beautiful heirloom table from Norway. Later, as a new wife and mother in the 1940s and 50s, she raises her daughter, Saffee, while slowly succumbing to mental illness and obsessively repainting the family table.
Historical Fiction. Letitia Carson, a freed slave and a midwife, prepares to leave the slave state of Missouri in 1845 to travel the dangerous Oregon Trail with her common-law husband, Irish immigrant Davey Carson. As the couple progress, Letitia meets Nancy, a young doctor's wife whose family is also traveling the trail, and Betsy, one of the few Kalapuya Indians left in Oregon's Willamette Valley, who wants her grandson to learn the ways of her people.
Historical Romance. When her widowed father dies, Caroline Taylor takes over caring for her four siblings and tending Michigan's Windmill Point Lighthouse. But she's not allowed to be the light keeper because she's a woman, and wounded Civil War veteran Ryan Chambers gets the job. Since the family has nowhere to go, Ryan lets them stay for a bit. That's good, since it becomes clear that he's not up to the job due to the opium and alcohol he uses to dull the pain from his war injuries.