Beneath a Prairie Moon by Kim Vogel Sawyer releases from Waterbook on March 20, 2018.
If you like the historical/Christian/fiction genre, this one is for you!
When I read the first chapter, I thought that this was going to be a predictable book. While some of my predictions definitely came true, it was a great read with several unexpected twists and turns. Definitely discovered a new author worth reading!
This historical romance is set in the 1920s in Yosemite National Park. Up and coming painter, Olivia Rutherford signs a contract to paint illustrations of the park...a place that holds one of the secrets from her childhood.
Upon arrival, she meets a handsome guide, Clark Johnson, who helps her discover the beauty of Yosemite and the love of Jesus.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The descriptions of the park were wonderful. I never heard of the nightly Firefall that happened at Yosemite, and wish it still happened today. What a sight that would be!
I highly recommend this book to those who enjoy historical fiction, romance and a little bit of mystery.
Across the Blue by Carrie Turansky is a new historical fiction book from Multnomah. It releases February 20, 2018.
Set in England in 1909, on a lovely Edwardian estate, Isabella Grayson wanted more than to just get married and have a family. The daughter of a newspaper owner, she loved to write and dreamed of writing for her father's newspaper.
As aviation was growing, there was a race to fly across the English Channel. One of those aviators was James Drake, who crashed his airplane on the Grayson Estate.
With twists and turns and lots of unexpected turbulence, Across the Blue is sure to be a favorite of those who love historical romantic fiction.
Pre Order your copy on Amazon today!