Happy February! Here are several
books from Harvest House Publishers that just might make your “love”
month, from classic romance to suspense thriller, just a bit more
by Mindy Starns Clark. Following
her extremely popular thriller, Whispers of the Bayou
Clark offers another suspenseful stand–alone mystery full of Amish
simplicity, dark shadows, and the light of God’s amazing grace. When
Anna’s brother vanishes from the genetics lab where he works DNA
research and gene mapping, Anna has no choice but to depend on her
Silicon Valley training, her instincts, her faith in God, and the help
of the Amish community to find him.
Book three in bestselling author Lori Wick’s popular new Big Sky Dreams
series transports readers to the Montana Territory in
the late 1800s
where they meet Jessie Wheeler, whose long–absent husband, Seth,
returns to prove his love. But can Jessie trust him or God with her
by Linore Rose Burkard. It’s Regency,
what else needs to be said? In her debut novel of what she calls
“spirited romance for the Jane Austen soul,” Burkard tells the story of
Ariana Forsythe, a young woman caught between her love for a man who
doesn’t share her faith and her resolution to marry only a fellow
believer in Christ.
y by Craig Parshall. Murder at the
Smithsonian over an obscure document implicates ravishing and
accomplished artist Vinnie Archmont. Her lawyer, guilt–burdened
criminal–law professor J.D. Blackstone, ends up uncovering the Mystic
Freemasons’ most guarded secret. Powerful, occult–obsessed enemies
force Blackstone to employ all his cunning...and to choose between
counterfeit and truth, guilt and forgiveness.
by Brandt Dodson. In this fast–paced thriller by popular author Brandt
Dodson, a young government accountant learns to trust God when his life
begins to fall apart and unseen enemies pursue him with relentless
zeal. A perfect suspense tale for readers who love Dee Henderson, James
Scott Bell, Brandilyn Collins, and James Patterson.
you’re not going to believe
this! A February feature that has something for singles? (it’s about
How Not to
Date a Loser
by Georgia Shaffer. Dating can be
difficult, even scary at times. Shaffer offers sage advice for those
who want to avoid the pain of failed relationships—providing hope,
encouragement, and practical solutions for those who want to choose
well in the most important relationship of their lives.
by Dr. Ronn Elmore. For those ready to meet
the love of their life, Dr. Ronn Elmore draws from his 20 years of
counseling singles and offers creative, biblical, and pro–active steps
to help readers gain the insight and confidence they need to make
healthy, life–changing choices for themselves, their love lives, and
by David & Lisa Frisbie. Can
couples realistically hope to become soul mates and create
intimate relationships? The authors show that marriage is still the
best environment for couples to enjoy health, happiness, and more.
Husbands and wives will find motivation and resources to lead them on
their spiritual journey of oneness.
by Kathi Lipp. Lipp shows wives through
simple daily action plans how they can bring the fun back into their
relationship even amidst their busy schedules. This book is for every
woman who desires to bring more joy into her marriage but just needs a
little help setting a plan into action.
A Little Book
by Debra White Smith. The playful ideas
in this pocket bookspice up love relationships.
1) giving a flower for every month of togetherness; 2) decorating a
small, lidded box and attaching this note: “Tonight we have plans.
Bring a romantic CD and wear what’s in the box.” Leave the box empty!