THE PRICE TO LOVE
She could give him everything except the one thing he wanted—A child.
Candy knows that her husband wants a baby, but she can’t give him one. When Neil pays for a surrogate and moves her into their home, he tells her not to worry, but she suddenly feels as if she’s on the outside looking in.
Then, one day, she meets a little girl who steals her heart, a little girl with a damaged, scarred soul filled with the kind of despair and hopelessness that should never be in the innocent eyes of a child. But neither Neil nor his family understand her need to help.
As their marriage hangs on brink of disaster Candy is forced to make a choice between her husband and helping this child.
A DIFFERENT KIND OF LOVE brings back the couple that started it all: Brad and Emily. You fell in love with them in The Forgotten Child. Now, years later, they face an entirely new set of challenges with their preteen autistic boy when his mother, Crystal, returns. She wants a relationship with the boy she abandoned—something Brad and Emily never expected. She says she’s changed, but can the Friessens believe her?
A VOW OF LOVE
Sometimes families need a helping hand...
Holidays are about family, love, and giving, but this Christmas, the Friessens are in for a rough holiday season.
Thirteen days before Christmas, a letter arrives that Candy Friessen was never meant to see. When she opens it, she discovers a lie that rocks her world, and she begins to question everything she and Neil have created together, including his love for her and their family.
Seven days before Christmas, her heart breaking, Candy considers leaving her husband for good, and she begins making plans—until a call one night alerts all the Friessens that Becky, their mother, is in the hospital, fighting for her life. Without a second thought, the entire Friessen clan is on a plane to her bedside. Faced with uncertainty, Brad, Neil, Jed, and their wives are together for Christmas, but there’s no happy celebration, no gifts piled under the tree.
For Candy and Neil, once trust is destroyed, can their family bond be strong enough to save their marriage?
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Readers who enjoyed ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE, THE NIGHTINGALE, and THE NOTEBOOK will enjoy this WWII serial. An old-time romance, reimagined…
While a world war waged around them, two people are connected after an unimaginable tragedy. One letter at a time, they give each other a reason to hope…and begin to fall in love.
International Bestselling Author Ava Miles presents an exciting, new story set during WWII told one letter at a time between two people who have never met. Noah Weatherby is an orphan. Going to war, he tells himself he has nothing to lose. But Noah finds a family in his brothers in arms, none more than Martin Sims.
When tragedy strikes Martin, Noah sends a letter to his sister, Anna, at the man’s request. Soon he discovers he has something powerful to live for—letters from Anna.
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