The Shepherd’s Voice (£2.99) For ten years, Gabe Talmadge languished in prison, convicted of a horrible crime. Now, he is free once again but unable to find work in the midst of the Great Depression. In desperation, Gabe returns to Ransom, Idaho, hoping that his uncaring father will give him food and shelter. But the prodigal son is not welcomed home. Hungry and hopeless, Gabe is rescued by the owner of a sheep ranch south of Ransom. Incredibly, Akira Macauley gives him a place to live and work to do. More than that, she gives him hope. But just as Gabe comes to believe that happiness may be within his grasp, his life begins to unravel.
The Forgiving Hour (£2.99) Twelve years ago, Claire Porter thought her entire life was over when she learned that her husband Dave was having an affair with a young college student. Following their divorce, Claire started over including changing back to her maiden name of Conway. She has raised a wonderful son Dakota, enjoys her work, and finally has a new love. When Dakota informs her that he is engaged, she looks forward to meeting his fiancee even as she wonders if thirty-one-year-old Sara Jennings is too old for her ‘little’ six-foot-plus boy. Secrets never stay buried long and only God can help Claire find forgiveness when betrayal comes back to haunt her.
Whispers from Yesterday (£2.99) Society darling Karen Butler falls hard after the public discovery of her father’s suicide and his empty bank accounts. With no friends, money, or faith, Karen goes to live with her grandmother Sophia, hoping to inherit her ranch. But the dilapidated ranch is not what Karen expects, and her uncanny resemblance to Sophia’s dead sister, Esther, forces Sophia to confront the tragic mistakes of her own past by giving Esther’s diaries to Karen. As the reluctant newest resident of her grandmother Sophia’s Golden T ranch, pampered socialite Karen Butler wants nothing more than to return to L.A. But there’s no going back to the past. Her father is dead. Her family home has been sold. Her finances and options are exhausted. And her hope is gone.