Beneath a Turquoise Sky
Two hearts, two cultures find hope for healing…
When crisis forces Tse and Caroline to make a choice, will they find a path together…or will the chasm between their peoples be too great to span?
Remember the Wind
Veronica lost her father. The World War II vet lost his daughter. Can God craft the broken pieces of their hearts into a whole?
Journalist Veronica Lee isn’t happy about being pregnant, no matter what her husband, Nathan, thinks. Now the news that something is wrong with her unborn baby threatens to tear her carefully held-together life apart. She’s already got plenty to handle adjusting to a move from Los Angeles to rural New Mexico so Nathan can take over his family’s business. If growing up the daughter of a Vietnam vet with PTSD has left Veronica doubting her ability to mother even a healthy child, how will she handle a baby with special needs?
Then there’s Fred Charley, the Navajo Code Talker she’s been assigned to profile for the local paper—much to her dismay. Fred’s raw memories of boarding school and war in the Pacific resurrect pieces of Veronica’s past she’d rather forget. Yet she’s drawn to the elderly man, with a growing passion to not only tell his story but also mend the fragments of her own heart.
With her marriage and her faith stretched to the breaking point, will Veronica find healing and strength in time to face the biggest challenge of her life?
Fire in My Heart
He is driven by duty and burdened by the past. She just wants to make things right again. Can they find atonement together?
It’s 1863, and passionate young abolitionist Lucinda Mae Allen has found her niche fighting for equality amid Washington D.C. society. But when tragedy leaves her alone with compromised health, she must leave the friends she loves and travel west to her estranged father at the remote outpost of Fort Tejon, California. When she discovers injustice rages on the frontier as well—and that her father may be hiding a terrible secret—Lucinda must face whether the zeal in her heart can withstand the burden of sins from the past.
Lieutenant Isaiah Cooper, bearing scars from the Indian Wars and the loss of his young wife, just wants to keep the peace at Fort Tejon and do his duty to not be demoted…again. But when he discovers several hundred Paiute Indians held unjustly at the fort, memories are roused that he has long tried to bury. He and Lucinda join forces for the rights of the Paiute, but the struggle births feelings between them that Isaiah isn’t ready for—and may never be.
When romance, murder, and wounds of the past clash in the urgency of the present, can Lucinda and Isaiah muster the courage to find forgiveness, healing, and even…love?