Was Jamie Steele's father really a killer?
On the day of her father's funeral, Jamie is devastated to learn he was the prime suspect in the disappearance of an old girlfriend. Everyone in their small town believes he's guilty, and only the lack of evidence-the missing woman's body-kept him out of prison. Already struggling to reconcile herself with the memories of a dad who never made her feel like she mattered, Jamie is desperate to learn what really happened twenty-five years ago. But the more she discovers about Sally Blake's disappearance, the more convinced she becomes of her father's guilt.
Was her father a cold-blooded killer?
How will she accept it if he is, and how can she forgive a man who never gave her the love and respect she needed while he was alive?
No matter the outcome, Jamie must find the truth, even if it means destroying what’s left of her memories of her dad.More info →
As far as Jamie Steele can see, there’s not a cloud on the horizon. She is finally at peace with the memories of her parents. She's ready to begin her college career. Her boyfriend, Jason Collier, is attending law school at the same university. Just when life couldn’t get any better, Jason makes an announcement that will change their lives forever.
Abigail Blackwood’s entire adult life has been a masquerade. When tragedy strikes, she realizes the secret she safeguarded for twenty years isn’t as well kept as she thinks. She will stop at nothing to protect what she has left, even if it means destroying the life of another.
Two women who share nothing more than love for one man. When their lives are shaken and faith tested beyond what either can imagine, will they trust God? Or will foolish pride drive them to take matters into their own hands?More info →
A murder conviction sent Sally Blake’s killer to prison. Nearly thirty years after that fateful night, a phone call from a potential eyewitness could prove the wrong person is serving time for the crime. What would drive someone to plead guilty to another man’s crime? Noel Wyatt enlists the help of a young attorney, and David Davis, the retired judge who prosecuted the case, to put all the pieces of the puzzle together.
If an eyewitness exists, where has he been for the last thirty years? Is it possible the killer did not act alone? Is that person covering up for the real killer? What evidence does the eyewitness have that might overthrow a murder conviction? Will justice come too late for the person convicted of Sally’s murder?More info →
The day before Jamie Steele and Eric Blackwood’s wedding, tragedy strikes, forcing them to postpone the ceremony. Eric goes to Chicago without her for an internship with a pharmaceutical company while Jamie stays home in Jenna's Creek to mourn her loss.
When the internship is extended and the wedding pushed even further back, Jamie begins to wonder if they’ll ever get married.
After five months Eric finally returns in time for the holidays, but nothing between them is the same. Jamie doesn’t want to be one of those clingy women who demands a ring on her finger. But it seems Eric continues to allow delays to stop their trip down the aisle. Now that he’s home, their different vision for their future seems to have multiplied. Can they reconcile and go back to planning a future together? Or are they better off realizing they were never meant to be before it’s too late?More info →
In a remote farmhouse, during the worst blizzard in Ohio history an old man falls down a flight of stairs to his death.
Melody Knauff cannot accept her strong, larger-than-life grandpa slipped and fell and died like a feeble old man. Not when everyone in the house had a reason to want to see him at the bottom of those stairs. But did they want it enough to commit murder?
The more Melody learns about her beloved grandpa’s past and the secrets he hid for sixty years, the more she wonders if she knew him at all. Who was Warner Beckwith? Was he a thief and a liar who was killed to preserve his secrets, or was he the strong man of faith Melody remembered? She won’t rest until she finds out what happened the morning the blizzard struck, even if it means becoming a target herself.
A year and a half after a robbery and assault in a motel room sent Melody’s friend and confidante Christy Blackwood home, she is ready to move on with her life. Christy hasn’t yet forgiven her mother for the sins that ripped their family apart, but holding them against her is getting harder and harder to do. When she runs into Jarrod Bruckner again, she realizes walking away from her life in Jenna's Creek won’t be as easy as planned.More info →