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2017 Book of the Year
Singer, songwriter Cooper O'Connor thought he could make it big and took nearly everything his dad held dear and made his way to Nashville, where he promptly lost it all! After five tough years, he miraculously survives being shot and left to die in a fire, but can no longer sing or play music. When he returns home, he hopes to find the healing and reconciliation he desires.
Her One and Only, by Becky Wade
When NFL tight end Gray Fowler is threatened by a stalker, his team hires a professional bodyguard to watch him. But when Gray's "protection" turns out to be a woman half his size, he's indignant. Will Dru Porter, a former marine and expert markswoman, prove to be up to the job? Meanwhile, who's guarding Gray's heart?
When tragedy tears her family apart, the idyllic world of 9-year-old Abby McAndrews is shaken. Her teenaged brother, Matt, starts acting out in dangerous ways. Full of guilt, Abby's pastor father refuses to move on, while her mother tries to hold an unraveling family together. Will their faith bring them through such a loss? 320 pages, softcover from Shiloh Run.
In the summer of 1972, Matt Plumley forms a friendship with Jesse Woods, a tough-as-nails girl. But one night the wrath of the prominent Blackwoods and the secrets of Jesse's family collide---and destroy the promise she and Matt make to each other. Will he ever learn the truth behind the only pledge Jesse ever broke? 400 pages, softcover from Tyndale.
During the 18th century in Louisiana, women were expected to reproduce. As a midwife Julianne lost her first patient just seconds after the delivery. She was blamed for the death and banished to the French colony of Louisiana with a permanent criminal symbol branded on her back. When Julianne realized that her brother was last stationed in the same area, she asked Marc-Paul Girard for help to find him. He seems to know more than he is letting on. Should she trust him?
Historical Romance (2 winners)
In the mid 1800’s women were not allowed to play music in public.
This is the third novel in the Belmont Mansion series about a gifted woman who was truly a woman before her time. As a young child Rebekah’s father had taken her to the symphony; inspiring her and setting her dreams in motion. She spends most her life struggling to play in the symphony.
Rebekah grew up in Nashville, Tennessee. She was very close to her grandmother, who was a Godly woman, yet had an estranged relationship with her mother.
Later in life she meets Tate, the composer of Nashville’s first philharmonic. She judges him before fully getting to know him. In the end God’s lessons will humble her more than she ever thought possible.
An encounter between a nurse, a circus lion tamer, and his infant niece change all three lives forever. While love requires sacrifice, it also brings true peace.
When Death Draws Near #3, in the Gwen Marcey series, by Carrie Stuart Parks
When Gwen Marcey finds herself out of work, jobs soon appear. But even for a forensic artist, these cases seem strange. The first involves a death-by-snakebite; the second, a serial rapist. Gwen suspects the cases may even be connected. If that isn’t enough, her doctor’s office calls to inform her that her breast cancer seems to have returned. Then her daughter suddenly shows up. Time may be running out in more ways than one for Gwen Marcey when death draws near.
Jake Palmer's annual lake-house vacation with friends is supposed to be relaxing---but when he meets an elderly stranger one morning, his world tips on its side. The man claims that on the far side of the lake there's a mysterious corridor that holds the answers to all our greatest questions and sorrows. Could it be true?
The Silent Songbird #7, Fairy Tale Romance series, By Melanie Dickerson
Evangeline is the ward and cousin of King Richard II, yet she dreams of a life outside of Berkhamsted Castle, where she might be free to marry for love and not an arranged marriage. But the young king betroths her to his closest advisor, Lord Shiveley, a man twice as old as Evangeline. Desperate to escape a life married to a man she finds revolting, Evangeline runs away from the king and joins a small band of servants on their way back to their home village.
To keep her identity a secret, Evangeline pretends to be mute. Evangeline soon regrets the charade as she gets to know Wesley, the handsome young leader of the servants, whom she later discovers is the son of a wealthy lord. But she cannot reveal her true identity for fear she will be forced to return to the castle.
Wesley le Wyse is intrigued by the beautiful new servant girl. When he learns that she lost her voice from a beating by a cruel former master, he is outraged. But his anger is soon redirected when he learns she has been lying to him. Not only is she not mute, but she isn’t even a servant.