Love Inspired (Christian Contemporary Romance Novels)
Wyoming Cowboys #3
Wyoming Cowboys #2
Wyoming Cowboys #1
Lake Endwell #4
Lake Endwell #5
Lake Endwell #3
Lake Endwell #2
Lake Endwell #1
Four Christmas Novellas for $0.99!
I’LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS
Four best-selling authors of Christian romance bring you heartwarming stories filled with holiday cheer and romance under the mistletoe. Featuring A Hope Valley Christmas by Belle Calhoune, Sugarplums and Second Chances by Jill Kemerer, A Brilliant Christmas by Allie Pleiter and Seashell Santa by Lenora Worth.
Sugarplums and Second Chances by Jill Kemerer
Sugarplums and Second Chances by Jill Kemerer. Former NFL star, Chase McGill, invites his teammate’s widow, Courtney Trudesta, to spend Christmas in his guest cottage after her mother dies. Courtney faithfully wrote him letters every week while he was in prison for attempting to avenge the murder of the mother of his son, Wyatt. Chase wants to be there for Courtney the way she was for him. But there’s more to Christmas than sugarplums and wishful thinking. If they trust God’s plan, they’ll have a second chance at happiness…with each other.
Nonfiction (Christian Self-Help)
A GAME PLAN FOR CHRISTIAN PARENTS
Surviving the ups and downs of sports
For years I couldn’t escape the anxiety that came with my kids’ sports. The extreme competitive atmosphere often left me fuming, upset, or bitter. But all that changed when I defined why I wanted my kids playing. Instead of worrying about their performance, I recognized opportunities for them to build integrity. Almost overnight I began enjoying watching them play without letting politics, other parents, or my own unrealistic expectations get in the way. And now when I sit through tough games, I have tools in place to combat my negative emotions.
Game On is a faith-based survival guide for parents. Join me in exploring the realities of children’s sports, the reasons parents get caught up in unhealthy competition, and strategies to keep the big picture in mind when we’re too close to the game. We can be the parents our kids need us to be–even on the sidelines!