The Heart’s Treasure

15 years ago, Kitt and Michael married right out of school against their parents wishes. They were happy and expecting a child. Then suddenly, the baby was lost. Michael took off to join the military while Kitt worked through her grief and went to school. Now Kitt is an archaeologist and Michael is a free lance writer. In their journey, Kitt turned from the Lord and Michael found the Lord. Michael was sent to do a story on an archaeology site in New Mexico where they were moving an ancient graveyard. There is a mystery surrounding an Indian named Black Dove. When Michael shows up to have the interview they are both stunned to see one another. There is still a spark of attraction, and a lot of hurt that lies between them. He is anxious to talk with her and settle the past, but she wants him to leave (to protect her feelings). This story is their journey in dealing with hurt, pain and forgiveness. Will they be able to work through the emotions of the past, mend the broken pieces and come together? This story is also a mystery about Black Dove. He seems to be buried in two different places. Then there is the question about where the gold is buried… You will meet some interesting characters along the way! So join Michael and Kitt as they journey from New Mexico to Mexico seeking the answers they’re looking for, both professional and personal.

Author: Catherine Palmer

English Ivy (Book #1)

On the eve of her 21st birthday, Ivy Bowden has much to anticipate. Engaged to be married to the man her father has chosen for her, Ivy dreams of a secure, contented future. But when she finds herself in the arms of her roguish neighbor, her world is thrown into complete disarray. Ivy must choose to submit to her family’s choice, follow the leading of her willful heart–or obey her Father’s will.

Author: Catherine Palmer

Dana’s Valley

Erin Walsh thinks her family is as close to perfect as it can be. When one grim diagnosis is all it takes to shake her family to the core, she wonders if they can ever go back to they way they were. Erin’s attempts to go about life as usual feel empty and as each member of her family seems to struggle alone, she is about ready to give up on God. However, Erin has yet to learn that God will never give up on her.

Author: Janette Oke

Return to Harmony

Jodie Harland and Bethan Keane had little in common before a homeless dog brought them together, but from that day on the two young girls were best friends. In this captivating story set in the pre-World War I South, two of your favorite authors combine their talents to share the joys and trials of friendship—and the healing miracle of God’s love.

Authors: Janette Oke, Davis Bunn

Another Homecoming (Kyle Adams #1)

In the wake of her husband’s presumed death, a young war bride makes a desperate choice to give her baby a better life. However, her choice will have unforeseen ramifications for more lives than she ever expected.

The baby girl, named Kyle by her adoptive parents, grows up with no knowledge of her humble beginnings. When a heartbreaking loss pits Kyle against her high society mother, secrets from Kyle’s past come to light. Suddenly, she finds herself searching for the family she never knew and a faith she’s only beginning to understand. With all that has come before, will Kyle ever be able to find home?

Author: Janette Oke, Davis Bunn

Drums of Change (Women of the West)

The stillness of the mountains, the pines covering the hillsides, the gurgle of the spring… this was her home The prairie fires that sweep the grazing lands, the coming of white men with their guns and diseases, and the quick slaughter of the vast buffalo herds leave Running Fawn’s Blackfoot tribe with little choice but to take up residence on the assigned Reserve. All her life, Running Fawn has known only contentment, but now what will become of her hopes and dreams?

Author: Janette Oke

The Bluebird and the Sparrow (Women of the West)

Sometimes she wished she was an only child . . .

“She’s lovely! Look at those curls. Those blue eyes. She’s just beautiful!”

Berta was used to hearing comments like that. But they were not about her. . . . Whenever ladies came to the house or met her mother on the street, they exclaimed over Berta’s little sister, Glenna.

Somewhere along the way, Berta decided that whatever Glenna was, she would not be. Whatever Glenna did, she would not do. Whatever Glenna liked, she would not like. She would be the opposite.

Sure enough, Glenna is sparkling, vivacious, outgoing, and adored, while Berta is serious, dependable, and prim. Their relationship grows more and more distant until, finally, Berta must look into her heart and discover what truly has caused the rift between them.

Author: Janette Oke

A Gown of Spanish Lace (Women of the West)

Ariana loves her life as a schoolteacher in a little frontier town. But one evening after classes are done and she prepares to hurry home, her life changes in an instant when a band of rough outlaws abduct her and take her far away from all she has ever known. Trapped in a small shack, Ariana prays and waits, her emotions swinging between terror and boredom as days stretch into weeks. Still, the outlaws refuse to tell her why they’ve taken her or what they plan to do.
Then the boss’s son appears in the doorway of her cabin. He seems different from the others, but can she trust him? Will she ever again see her mother and father, the couple who lovingly adopted her and raised her as their own? Will she ever wear the beautiful wedding dress so carefully saved for her–her one remaining link to her birth parents?

Author: Janette Oke

Too Long a Stranger (Women of the West)

She made the difficult decision with only her daughter s best interest in mind…but did she sacrifice too much?

When her husband dies, Sarah Perry is left with no way to support herself and her daughter, Rebecca. Reluctantly, she takes over operation of her husband’s freight-hauling business, managing to save enough money to send Rebecca east to a boarding school– to an easier life and a future Sarah could not provide. With the boarding-school fees consuming Sarah’s savings, there is no money left for trips home. Over the years, the chasm between mother and daughter becomes much more than geographical distance, and when Rebecca finally returns home, it seems that she and her mother are from different worlds. What hope is there of breaking down the enormous barriers between them?

Author: Janette Oke

Heart of the Wilderness (Women of the West)

Kendra Marty goes to live with her grandfather when she is orphaned at a young age. As a trapper living in the wilderness, George McMannus isn’t sure how well he’s going to be able to bring up a young lady, but he knows that he and his granddaughter are destined to be together. After George teaches Kendra how to survive in the wilderness, he sends her to school to refine her intelligence and teach her the rules of society. While much of what Kendra must now learn goes against her wilderness knowledge, she must reconcile her two worlds and learn to understand the ways of God.

Author: Janette Oke