I am offering the following books for one credit:
- Search for Yesterday by Mary Hawkins -
Hilda Garrett has watched the man she loved marry someone else. Then her father died. Now she's discovered that her father wasn't her birth father after all. While she manages her family's sprawling farm in Australia, Hilda is determined to discover the identity of her birth parents. But every clue leads to a dead end, and Rance Telfor, the young minister who is helping with her search, must leave to resolve his own mysterious past. Hilda knows that her friendly feelings for Rance have grown into a lasting love. She also understands, however, that until they complete their search for yesterday, they cannot face the future.
- Sign of the Dove by Kay Cornelius -
Her flaming red hair and tendency to speak her mind make Hannah stand out in any group. But her independent spirit and concern for others have attracted the special attentions of both Clay Scott, recently returned from fighting the War for Independence, and Nate McIntyre, an old hunting friend of Hannah's father. As the end of the war returns peace to Carolina, Hannah finds herself fighting a new battle in her heart. Not only must she determine her true feelings for Clay and Nate, but she also must resolve the anger and bitterness she harbors toward her cousin Marie. Peace and love remain elusive until Hannah learns the sign of the dove. By following that sign, will she discover the joy she seeks?
- This Trembling Cup by Marlene J. Chase -
Pinewood Acres is a playground for the wealthy and an inspiration to those less fortunate. Among the latter, Angie Carlson has accompanied her friend, a relative of Pinewood's owner, for a much-needed holiday. On her easel Angie skillfully depicts the vivid beauty of the bucolic resort, but in her thoughts the burned-out buildings and lives surrounding her inner-city mission threaten to overwhelm her. When Angie befriends the reclusive owner, Rena Mara, a once proud businesswoman who is now a debilitated alcoholic, she senses a need as profound as those she fled. When Rena's son Richard Ogden returns to Pinewood to save the resort from financial ruin--and his mother from herself--his motives are not above suspicion. Will Angie's enduring faith help her save Rena from her trembling cup of life? Will Richard also partake, or forever languish in self-pity?
- Heartstrings by Irene B. Brand -
She sang it and she lived it... Genna Ross would always be a "One-Man Woman." She was a coal miner's granddaughter who grew up in the stark hollows of Logan county, West Virginia, forever stigmatized by her illegitimate birth and her grandpap's moonshine. She was once a gap-toothed girl who loved a rich boy until family pride and black lung decided otherwise. To her country fans Genna Ross is a blonde vision, an articulate entertainer who moves effortlessly from a signature song in sequins to a simple folk tune in mountain garb. Yet despite the glitter and applause, Genna comes home to understand her past and discover her future, and to find the only man she has ever loved. Well-known romance writer Irene B. Brand has penned a true American love story about one woman's quest for God's will, whatever the cost may be.
- Sisters in the Sun by Shirley S. Rohde -
Elise's father wants her to marry Derrick...but who does her heavenly Father want her to marry?
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