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  • From Creation Until Forever

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    Young school Mistress Hallie Donahoe’s life in the backwoods beyond the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia changes in one tragic moment the day her beloved mother, father, and their home are swept away by a flash flood. Weeks later, she is whisked ...


  • Rock Solid

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    When James is hired by the Duke of Dorchester to deliver a young Arab stallion to the colony of Newfoundland in the year 1800, he and the duke’s daughter, Alicia, realize this is a perfect opportunity for them to escape together to the New World. ...


  • Celtic Knot

    A Clara Swift Tale by

    1868 Ottawa D’Arcy McGee is assassinated. As John A. Macdonald cradles his friend’s bloody head, he blames transplanted Irish terrorists: the Fenian Brotherhood. Within a day, Patrick James Whelan is arrested. After a show trial, Whelan is ...


  • The Centurion's Woman

    Warrior by

    Twenty-First Century Survivalist, Alexandria “Alex” Moldovan, is wounded and sitting in a cart on the way to Illyria – but in 5 AD. The lost daughter of Avilius Tacito Severus is traveling through Germania Inferior under the protection of her ...


  • Lincoln Cathedral

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    Jack Borden, an RCAF pilot, is in Halifax awaiting transport to England, and he meets Shelagh Pearson of the RCAF Women's Division also awaiting orders. A complicated whirlwind wartime courtship ensues. This is primarily Jack's story. Gaps between ...


  • Sing To Me David

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    What happens when the female descendant of a Black Loyalist slave and the male descendant of an Irish emigrant come together in a maritime nation noted for its racial and religious intolerance? Can ebony and ivory mix? Can a young romance born from ...


  • Lords and Lepers

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    Six-year-old Francine Stonehenge lives with her parents near the ocean in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island when the unthinkable happens: both her parents drown. Her aging uncles, whom she has never met, take her by bus, ferry, and train to live with ...


  • Farewell The Innocent

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    When Virginia secedes from the Union, Wil Harleck can hardly wait to put on the uniform and march off to battle like his older brother. With faith untested and the wide-eyed optimism of youth, the 19-year-old preacher’s son from the Shenandoah ...


  • Arriving

    1909-1919 by

    Arriving, book one of Corinne Jeffery’s Understanding Ursula trilogy, vividly recreates the pioneer world of the Canadian prairies with a multitude of memorable characters. You’ll lose yourself between the pages as you watch them struggle to survive ...


  • The Curse at the Confluence

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    “It is of small consolation to us that the white-man will ultimately be the arbiter of his own eventual ruin. But since there is nothing we can do to stop him, I have designed, and now propose, a curse. Like a disease, my curse has been engineered ...