A Sleigh Ride For Rowena (Bargain Read)

Rowena Williams never knew a sleigh ride would come to mean so much. But thanks to the relentless winter in Jackson, Wyoming, she discovers that her ride to school is the highlight of her day.

Of course, it helps that the driver is a bear of a man with a heart of gold whose smile makes her forget the reason she came to the frontier town. Their rides together light up her life during the harsh winter months, and the heartache of her past fades away.

It takes a sleigh ride to fall in love …

Jake Brooks has also had his share of heartaches. But as he gets to know the pretty schoolteacher, he’s ready to put the past behind him and focus on the future – until his past arrives to claim him with devastating force. Helpless in the face of a potent threat, Jake is forced to choose between protecting Rowena and his own happiness. It’s an impossible decision and Jake cannot bear to see Rowena’s heart breaking before his eyes.

With so much at stake, Jake must decide where his priorities lie … or risk losing everything that matters.

A Sleigh Ride for Rowena is a sweet historical Western tale of grit and determination in a frontier town. In it, you will find lovable characters, suspenseful situations, and sweet kisses (nothing more!). It contains references to the faith of the characters and is part of the Sleigh Ride multi-author series.


Meet Kaitlynn Clarkson

Kaitlynn Clarkson loves writing sweet and clean, faith-friendly romance stories. She writes in contemporary and historical genres because she couldn’t decide which one she likes best! She’s dreamed of writing ever since she was a little girl when she would get into trouble for reading instead of doing her chores.
These days, Kaitlynn lives on a farm with her husband and children and a herd of cows. She loves to play the piano and trombone in her spare time and is certain there will never be enough time to read all the books she wants to.

My Unreasonable Boss

She thinks he’s arrogant, he believes she’s unprofessional–but their first impressions couldn’t be more wrong.

Alayna Sullivan is one of the hardest workers at the corporate office of Rolland Myers. Every boss she’s ever had praised her for her exemplary work ethic. But that all changes when she meets her new supervisor, Jasper Garrison, on his first day at the office. Her casual attire lands her in hot water, earning her a reprimand for violating the company’s dress code.

When Jasper Garrison moves to Los Angeles to take on the role of supervisor, he’s intent on proving himself. He believes Alayna has received more favoritism than she deserves, and he decides to rectify the situation.

As tensions simmer between them, the vice president of the company sends Alayna and Jasper to a team-building conference. Forced into close proximity, they grow to admire each other, and their feelings begin to change. They must navigate the fine line between professionalism and the desire for a relationship they can never have.

Will they give in to their feelings or will they let fear dictate their actions?

*This is a contemporary Christian story with strong Biblical themes and Bible references.


Meet (Evangeline Kelly, pen) Jeanine Hawkins

Evangeline Kelly writes clean and Christian romance. She has thirty-five books and has been delighting readers with her heartwarming stories for years.

Roll over image to zoom in Follow the author Ruth Kyser Ruth KyserRuth Kyser Marcie’s Mountains (Tennessee Christian Romances Book 1)

When Marcie Starr is given a magazine assignment to collect information and write an article about McRae’s Recycled Logs and Materials—a business specializing in saving old log cabins—she is ecstatic. Then she finds out the business is located in the mountains of East Tennessee, not far from her hometown—a place Marcie vowed she’d left for good when she went to college. A place filled with bad memories, mostly revolving around her alcoholic mother. Then she meets Dean McRae and the guys who work for him. Instantly, Marcie is drawn back toward the life she’d left behind so many years before. And even though she keeps telling herself the relationship will go nowhere, Marcie is also inexplicably attracted to Dean—a man completely different from any she’s ever known before. Will Marcie be able to reconcile with her mother and forgive her for the past—or has she waited too late? And what about Marcie’s relationship with God—also broken the same time she left the mountains? And then there’s Dean McRae—the tall, good-looking, honest man of the mountains who draws Marcie in with her first glimpse of him. Does he fit in with God’s plans for Marcie’s future, or will she have to also leave him behind to chase her dreams? Marcie’s Mountains is a Christian Romance—a heartfelt story filled with people you will come to know and love.

Meet Ruth Kyser

Ruth Kyser is a native Michigander—wife, mother, and grandmother—who writes Christian Inspirational Romance. Ruth has had a wide variety of careers in her lifetime—ranging from accounting, working at a YMCA Summer Camp for kids, owning and operating a hardware store with her husband, to being an insurance agent for twenty years. She recently retired (for the second time) from a part-time job as a church administrative assistant. Now her focus is centered on writing Christian Fiction. In her spare time, Ruth enjoys sewing, quilting, gardening, and searching out her family genealogy. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and enjoys reading almost as much as she loves writing!

A Wing and a Prayer

She’s dead-set on giving everything to the war overseas … Even if it means losing everything in a war of the heart. A street orphan abused and abandoned by an alcoholic father at age five, Gabriella (Gabe) O’Connor has never let a man stand in her way yet. So when a handsome flight officer thwarts her plans to become a Women Airforce Service Pilot, she’s determined to join the war effort anyway she can. Her chance comes when she “borrows” foreign correspondent credentials from the Boston Herald—where her father is the editor—to stow away on a medical ship to the front. Lieutenant Alex Kincaid pegs Gabe O’Connor as trouble the moment she steps foot on Avenger Field as a WASP cadet. As the eldest brother of a boy whose jaw Gabe broke in grade school, Alex is familiar with her reputation as both a charismatic ringleader and a headstrong hooligan who’s challenged every male and nun from grade school to college. As her WASP flight instructor, Alex eventually expels Gabe when she pulls a dangerous stunt. But when he is an evacuation pilot in France eight months later, their lives intertwine once again, exposing them to a danger as perilous as the German tanks roaming the Reichswald Forest: a love that neither expects.

Meet Julie Lessman

The Whispering Sentinel

This Christian Romance is a true ‘coming home’ story that will touch your heart. It is said ‘you can’t go home again’, but after a canceled wedding and the death of her father, Sandy Martin makes the decision to do just that when she returns to her hometown of Bradford Mills. She buys her grandmother’s old house, and in the process of remodeling the house with an old friend, Tom Brannigan, Sandy discovers her house has a story to tell. While she continues an internal struggle to find the faith and relationship with God she’d had in the past, she begins a journey to find not only her history, but that of another. This is a true ‘coming home’ story that will touch your heart.

Meet Ruth Kyser

Ruth Kyser is a native Michigander—wife, mother, and grandmother—who writes Christian Inspirational Romance. Ruth has had a wide variety of careers in her lifetime—ranging from accounting, working at a YMCA Summer Camp for kids, owning and operating a hardware store with her husband, to being an insurance agent for twenty years. She recently retired (for the second time) from a part-time job as a church administrative assistant. Now her focus is centered on writing Christian Fiction. In her spare time, Ruth enjoys sewing, quilting, gardening, and searching out her family genealogy. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and enjoys reading almost as much as she loves writing!

Oatcakes, Tea, and Me (The Scotand Romance Series Book 1)

Ann Grant is in a rut. Her grandson just got married to the love of his life, and as a widow, Ann is now all alone, living in her little house in South Haven, Michigan. Then her best friend deserts Ann, and she can’t help but wonder what God has planned for the rest of her life. At almost seventy-years-old, is Ann’s life over?

Then Ann decides to step out in faith and go with her grandchildren to Scotland to stay at the sheep farm of her new granddaughter’s grandfather and meet the man himself–Sandy Murray. Never in her wildest dreams could Ann have envisioned what God had waiting for her in a small fishing village on the west coast of Scotland.

A story of faith, lost loves, and the undying legacy of family and home God has given to each of us–and a firm reminder that no matter what our ages, God isn’t finished with us yet.

Meet Ruth Kyser

The author of more than two dozen Christian novels, Ruth Kyser is a native of the State of Michigan in the USA–wife, mother, and grandmother She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, and enjoys reading almost as much as she loves writing!

Forever 1982: A Sweet Romance Across Time

To some, home is not a place but a time.

For every child of the 1980s who’s ever said, “I want to go back.”

A nostalgic romance with a spiritual bent.

Michael “Mickey” Collins is a Generation X writer lost in a Generation Z world. He graduated from high school in 1982 and joined the Marines. A year later, he was severely burned by a terrorist bombing in Lebanon. Now, he pines for the past. Specifically, for 1982, his “last good year.”

Upon moving back to his childhood home, he receives a mysterious letter addressed to him and postmarked more than forty years ago. It’s a response from a young woman named Laura Harlech to a pen pal request he’d placed in a magazine more than four decades prior.

For literary inspiration, he writes a mock response that gets mailed by an overly conscientious mailman. But much to Mickey’s shock, he receives a reply. The logic defying reality sinks in that he has a pen pal across time. Mickey and Laura begin corresponding. Friendly banter turns into something deeper. For the first time in his life, Mickey finds himself in love. But love is hard when you have to go back to the past to realize your future. Can Mickey and Laura overcome the ultimate long distance relationship?

Chock full of 80s nostalgia—the music, the television, the movies, the fads, the events and personalities—this short but very sweet novel about love letters is itself a love letter to the greatest decade of all-time. No, it won’t change your life. But it will take you back to the time before life changed. So, dust off your VCR, put on your painter’s cap, and stick a Styx tape in your Walkman…and prepare to enter a world where it’s Forever 1982.


Meet Arthur Archambeau

Know me through my writing. It’s all in there. My life story is in my stories. And I’m not a “brand.” Brands are for bread and soda, not people. I write the kinds of stories that I myself would want to read. I don’t write to a formula or to “the market.” If you’re looking for those types of stories, look elsewhere. There are literally millions of writers putting out those kinds of books. But if you’re looking for something different and unlike anything else you’ve ever read, something honest and real, I invite you to give my books a try.

Loving Dory

Dan Logan fell hard and fast for Dory Devereaux, a widowed mother of the sixteen-year-old boy he saved from drowning during the summer. Just when their budding romance is becoming a reality, uninvited guests turn up on Dory’s doorstep and create havoc that puts a rift between the newly formed couple.

Meet Irene Onorato

I love making my readers laugh, cry, and everything between. A good story ought to make you feel SOMETHING, right?

Two Hearts: A Christian Romance

Will friendship win out in the end, or will God lead them to something more? Victoria Hendricks arrives at the Circle Bar T Ranch in the Hill Country of Texas with enthusiasm. It’s a beautiful country with its grassy pasturelands and rolling hills—and the ranch has a reputation for being a pleasant place to visit. While she’s there, Tory hopes to do a little bit of relaxing—in addition to finding inspiration for her current marketing and advertising project. Instead, she discovers that the cabin that was supposed to be reserved for her was given to someone else. To make things even worse, the two weeks she’s at the ranch is scheduled as a marriage retreat called Two Hearts, and she’s the only single guest in attendance. Then she meets Reed Montgomery, a tall, good-looking Texan, who just happens to be the owner of the Circle Bar T and the man in charge of solving Tory’s housing dilemma. He’s determined to make things right for Tory and even provides a special family cabin, so she has someplace to stay. Even though Reed acts like a Christian, Tory senses right away that things aren’t right with Reed and his relationship with God. It also doesn’t take her long to find out Reed is a confirmed bachelor, with no plans to change his status. That’s fine with Tory, as she has also made the decision to stay single. And she knows it’s much more important that Reed get his life right with God than have a romantic relationship with her. Tory and Reed quickly become friends, but both wonder if God could have brought the two of them together for another reason. Will friendship win out in the end, or will God lead them to something more?

Meet Ruth Kyser

Ruth Kyser is a native of the State of Michigan in the USA–wife, mother, and grandmother–who writes Christian Inspirational Romance. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, and enjoys reading almost as much as she loves writing!

A Place Called Hart’s Desire

“A Place Called Hart’s Desire” is a contemporary Christian romance, set in the hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Christian Romance Author Ellie Hathaway escapes for two weeks to a cabin in the Blue Ridge Mountains, intent on finishing her book within the deadline. Of course, it only confuses the issue that the cabin she’s staying at is the same one her parents originally reserved for her now-defunct honeymoon.

Then Ellie meets the owner’s son, Lucas Hart—a widower wracked by grief and with a heart hardened against God. Ellie is immediately drawn to Luke, but she cautions herself against falling for a man so obviously still in love with his dead wife.

Can Ellie help Luke find his way back to God? And in the process, will Ellie’s heart be totally broken—or will she also learn to forgive, and love again?