If you’ve checked your list twice and still have a gift you didn’t get for Aunt Felice. Not only that, you just realized you left Uncle Tad off your list altogether. Run, don’t walk to your nearest Barnes & Noble or Borders.
Here are a few suggestions for the discerning Christian reader…
Fit to Tied by Robin Lee Hatcher. It’s 1916 and Idaho rancher Cleo Arlington knows everything about horses, but nothing about men. Enter: English aristocrat Sherwood Statham.
Celtic Knot by Tammy Doherty. A tale about learning to love and trust in the midst of lies, turbulance, counterfeiting and betrayal. Set in 1890 Colorado, this book is a compeling western romance.
Try Darkness by James Scott Bell. Former high power trial attorney Ty Buchanan is out of prison and trying to put that period of his life behind him. He’s living in a trailer on the grounds of a monestary. He’s easing back into professional life when his client is murdered…and he has to protect the woman’s little girl.
Deuces Wild: Beginner’s Luck by L. S. King. With gangsters on their tail a berieved cowboy and and cynical space pirate are forced to work together for their mutual survival. A full of explosions, spacey technology, and more.
Deadline by Randy Alcorn. After a tragic car accident involving suspicious circumstances, award winning journalist Jake Woods teams up with Detective Ollie Chandler to uncover the truth.