Friday, January 30, 2015
Henry has seen some success as a potter since a major store commissioned his work for their catalog. But the trouble is they want to market him as Amish. Though he was raised in the faith and lives in Amish country, Henry has never joined church and doesn't plan to. Which also means, despite the attraction between them, he must keep his distance from Sarah. But what will happen when Sarah and Henry are called upon to help a runaway whose Englisch family is blind to how lost their son has become? The plant Sarah calls Keys of Heaven can grow in impossible places, but it's hard for people to find their own place, which creates quite a temptation for Sarah to take matters into her own hands... -- Faith Words
As Rita takes her mother's place at work, the nearby skating rink she loved as a child brings back fond memories. Rita also finds herself renewing friendships with her childhood best friend, Marley, as well as her classmate Johnny. Although they now lead such seemingly different lives, Rita is surprised by how well she and Johnny connect and how far he will go to help her. Though Rita believes Johnny is only being kind, with romance kindling in the air and on the ice, their friendship may just fall into something more. -- Center Street
I don't know about you, but I'm not a fan of flowers for Valentine's Day. My husband doesn't quite get it, but I'd rather have something that lasts longer than a few days.... like books! What is more perfect than getting a set of romantic books along with a chocolate bar for Valentine's Day?
I am so excited to say that the fine folks at Hachette Books are sponsoring this Give Books Not Roses giveaway. I have copies of KEYS OF HEAVEN by Adina Senft and LOVE GENTLY FALLING by Melody Carlson along with a delicious chocolate bar by Olive & Sinclair Chocolate.
LOVE GENTLY FALLING
Barnes & Noble: http://bit.ly/1xX5cWD
KEYS OF HEAVEN
Barnes & Noble: http://bit.ly/13yw0BI