It’s 1916, and the seventy-five-year struggle for women to gain the right to vote has escalated. Sarah Jordan, a young woman who embraces the cause, is determined to lend her voice to the growing dissent across the country. However, there is a choice to be made. Alex Taylor, the young lawyer she’s in love with, works in a firm that opposes women gaining the vote, and he claims Sarah’s political beliefs threaten his career.
Heartbroken, Sarah turns her back on Alex and begins a journey that will take her from everything she’s ever known to Washington, D.C., to join the pickets at the White House and on to the infamous Occoquan Workhouse as a prisoner. When she becomes a victim of the ‘Night of Terror’, Alex discovers she is near death and rushes to Washington to the save the life of the woman he’s always loved.
Together they must make the right choice—one that will affect not only their lives but also those of generations of women yet to be born.
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Before Anna Prentiss can start nursing school in New York, her brother sends her to Caddies Cove, deep in the Smoky Mountains, to spend a summer apprenticing to the local midwife. Anna is determined to prove herself and then head to the big city. But nothing could have prepared Anna for the beauty of the Cove, the community and friendships she finds there, or the feelings Simon Martin, the handsome young minister, arouses in her. Has God’s plan for Anna changed? Or is she just starting to hear Him clearly?
Book 2 in the Smoky Mountain Dreams Series
Rani Martin has everything she needs–a home nestled in the valley, the Smoky Mountains peeking over the trees, parents who love her, and plenty of clay to shape into pottery. She has lots of ideas about the man she’ll marry, but none of them could have prepared her for the return of Matthew Jackson.
But is there a place for Matthew in Cades Cove? And can the light of Rani’s love overcome the darkness of his past?
Book 2 in the Smoky Mountain Dream series spins a tale of God’s faithfulness throughout the generations.
Beyond These Hills
Book 3 in the Smoky Mountain Dreams Series
It’s 1934, and Laurel Jackson fears that the life she’s always known is about to become a memory. The government is purchasing property to establish the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, and nearly all the families in Cades Cove have decided to sell. Laurel is determined to save the land her family has lived on for a hundred years.
The Columns of Cottonwood
Book 1 in Alabama Brides
Even in its burned-out condition Cottonwood is still home to Savannah Carmichael, but now it belongs to Dante Rinaldi—a foreigner!—who paid the back taxes and bought it right out from under her. Both believe in the sovereignty of God, but how can they find a solution. . .a compromise to benefit both?
Dinner at the St. James
Book 2 in Alabama Brides
Tave Spencer has lost her heart to Daniel Luckett, but Daniel knows he can’t provide Tave with the luxury-filled life that Matthew Chandler can on his plantation. Will Tave find healing for her broken heart as the wife of Matthew and mistress of his plantation home? Will Daniel find the peace he so desperately seeks? And will Tave and Daniel discover the plans God has for them together—or will they wait until it is too late?
Blues Along the River
Book 3 in Alabama Brides
When Victoria Turner and Marcus Raines marry, they’re both surprised to quickly discover they’re not living happily ever after. Instead of being full of joy, their lives in their beautiful plantation home along the Alabama River reflect the blues sung by their workers. Will the pain of their pasts and their unwillingness to forgive leave their hearts empty and their home filled with bitterness?
A three-in-one collection that contains the books The Columns of Cottonwood, Dinner at the St. James, and Blues Along the River.