Arthur Davenport has it all: looks, money, and a successful future planned by his parents. He knows that something is missing, but when he and Josie, his mother's maid, develop a friendship that can only be based on Christian values, he realizes that his love for her is the key to his happiness. Can he convince her that he would gladly give up his life of luxury for a life of service with her? 

What are readers saying about Throne of Grace?

This book deserves 10 STARS!

As refreshing as a positive daydream.

I absolutely loved this couple and this story!

What a truly amazing book. I absolutely loved it. I couldn't put it down. It is so sweet and romantic. I would highly recommend this book. I am looking forward to reading the other books in this series.

This historical romance captured my interest from the beginning.

Extremely well-written.

Classic Christian fiction.

It's easy to cheer for Arthur and Josie. 

One of the best Christian love stories I've read.

This is not a book you will read one time and forget about, you will read it again and again.

A sweet romance and a lovely ending.

I simply loved this book!

I would give this book a higher rating than a five star review if I could.

I was captivated by the story from the first line.

This book does an excellent job of grounding the reader in the spiritual lives of the characters, intimating their spiritual discoveries in such a way as the reader can pick them up and apply them to one's personal life, and telling a story that leaves you wanting more. What else can one ask of Christian fiction?

The complete Cliff Walk Courtships trilogy is now available!

Throne of Grace, Book One

Crown of Beauty, Book Two

Treasure of Hope, Book Three

Look for the sequel series, Cliff Walk Cousins, a five-book saga beginning in October 2020.

Catherine has everything she needs and all of what she wants. Or does she? Raised in opulence in New York City and the beautiful shores of Newport, Rhode Island, she has never wanted for anything, but when her parents begin to pressure her about marriage, she insists that she doesn't want one arranged for her. She would much rather stay home and read than socialize or, worse, select a husband who might not approve of her reading habit. Her father insists that she spend time helping at her brother's homeless shelter to understand how privileged she is, and her wariness of love and marriage is tempered when a mysterious young man with intense blue eyes is brought, cold and wet, to the shelter doorstep one night.

Will wakes up in a strange room with vague memories of being caught in a thunderstorm as he began to search for shelter for the night after making his way to Newport from New York City. A beautiful girl sits beside him, but she leaves his care to another in what he assumes is shyness. The shelter offers assistance in ways he could only dream of, and as he searches for work and a home of his own, he finds himself drawn to the girl who ran from him when he first woke up. The two are drawn to each other, sneaking glances in spite of her brother's disapproval, but Will's secrets will test the love that grows between them. 

Book two of the Cliff Walk Courtships series features Arthur's sister Catherine in her own discovery of faith, love, and hope against the backdrop of gorgeous turn of the century Newport, Rhode Island. 

The complete Cliff Walk Courtships trilogy is now available!

Throne of Grace, Book One

Crown of Beauty, Book Two

Treasure of Hope, Book Three

Look for the sequel series, Cliff Walk Cousins, a five-book saga beginning in October 2020.

If you enjoy Jodi Picoult, you'll love this book . . . definitely worth the read!

Locklyn Gaines isn’t her mother, but the residents of her small southeastern Kentucky town don’t care. Her mother’s secrets are Lock’s shame, and every time her drunk stepfather uses her as a punching bag, Lock wonders how much her dying mother knows about what goes on in the crumbling old house her mother’s family has lived in for generations. Isaiah Parker hardly remembers life before the first day of kindergarten, before he became obsessed with the serious, dark-haired girl in sunglasses who lives just beyond the field behind his house and rides the school bus with him every day. Protecting Lock had been a fantasy for the child he was, but Isaiah and Lock are nearly finished with high school, and Isaiah knows that now is the time for him to save her. Her stepfather has other plans, however, and one night may be all they have to do whatever it takes to escape and start over again, together.

What are readers saying about A Harvest of Stars?

A beautiful portrayal of friendship, love, and loss.

An emotional roller coaster.

I absolutely loved this book, even when I had to stop reading for a few moments to dab the tears from my eyes so I could see the print! 

Well-written, exciting, dark story.

Captured the meaning of everlasting friendship in the purest of forms.

Ripped my heart out in so many ways.

Poignant and timeless. 

Profound fiction that will linger in my mind.

I was hooked and intrigued throughout.

I read this cover to cover because I couldn't put it down.

For Mary Sofia, The Penultimate writing competition is more than a chance at a free college education; she wants to show her younger siblings that they can all rise above their violent family history. For Raiden, the pressure to succeed comes from within, although he knows that family traditions play a part in his determination. For Camara, writing fiction is almost compulsive, but her own dark secret may be the best story she can ever tell. For Michael, swimming and writing fit his introverted personality perfectly, but meeting a smart and beautiful girl at The Penultimate makes stepping outside of his comfort zone easy. All four will compete against each other along with 96 other high school juniors for the chance of a lifetime: a full scholarship to a prestigious private college. Some students will do anything to win, but others may pay the price. 

Themes of FRIENDSHIP and typical teenage behaviors are represented WELL. School Library Journal

What are readers saying about The Competition?

Inspiring YA story!

Well-written with unexpected twists.

The young men in the story were well-drawn and refreshingly sensitive.

The author captured what it's like to be a writer -- especially the self-doubt which goes along with writing.

Compelling fun!

Special appreciation for the homeschooling shout out; I particularly loved those moments!

A beautiful story with complex characters.

A pleasure to read.

Great characters and a solid story.

Love YA fiction? Read all three of Cecily Wolfe's young adult novels, available now!

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