June 1944: As World War II rages, the people of Eastern Europe are hopelessly trapped between two formidable forces: Hitler’s Germany and Stalin’s Soviet Union. In their midst, a band of heroes works to defend against the inevitable Communist takeover.

After narrowly escaping her Nazi captors, French Resistance worker Genevieve Olivier has fled to Allied territory with the help of American Lieutenant Peter Eddy. Their connection is undeniable, forged in the crucible of danger. But despite their blossoming feelings for each other, they must both finish the work they began . . .

In the safety of England, Genevieve hopes to find purpose as a nurse all the while unaware that the Gestapo still seeks the woman who slipped through their grasp. When she is called upon to resume a life of danger as a French spy, will her desire to prove herself be her downfall?

Recruited by an elite special ops team intent on thwarting the Nazis, Peter finds himself engaged in a personal battle as well there is a traitor among his comrades. Deep in the Carpathian Mountains, Peter combats an unknown foe. The stakes are high as he fights to save the lives of his teammates. They are miles apart, yet as Genevieve and Peter fight for their own survival, they find a common well of strength in their faith and their determination to be reunited.

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Title: Sworn Enemy

Author: A.L. Sowards

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: April 1, 2013

ISBN: 978-1621083597

Size: 281 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical

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She is a beautiful young Jewess, content in her life of anonymity.

He is the most powerful king in the world.

When chance brings the two together, the course of history is forever altered.

An unexpected meeting between Esther and King Xerxes results in an immediate and unmistakable connection. When Esther is summoned to enter the harem—the first step toward becoming his wife—Esther is torn between her desire to be with Xerxes and the knowledge that they will forever be divided by the secret of her Jewish heritage.

Encouraged by her family to do what she must to help her people, she deftly navigates her new position in the palace, quickly becoming beloved by all, including Xerxes. But when a treacherous plan threatens to engulf the kingdom in violence, Esther must choose between love and duty.

Is she prepared to sacrifice all that she holds dear in order to save her people from certain annihilation?

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Title: Esther the Queen

Author: H.B. Moore

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: April 1, 2013

ISBN: 978-1621084174

Size: 288 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Historical

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Journey of Promise by Vickie Hall

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Richard and Leah Kenyon believe they’re ready to sacrifice whatever it takes to reach Zion. To confront the challenges mounted against them they call upon the Lord’s tender mercies to see them through and strengthen their love for one another. But they’re unprepared for the exacting measure of the Atlantic Ocean and the mighty Mississippi […]

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Micah put the phone back together and touched the screen. Nothing. “Maybe it needs to dry,” said Micah, opening up the back and leaving the phone in the sun. After a few minutes, he put it back together, but still nothing. “What are we going to do?” “Maybe we’re stuck here forever,” said Alicia. Micah […]

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Elder Rich finally ended with a solemnly pronounced “amen.” Golden added his amen and opened his eyes. Four ragtag-looking hillbillies with rifles stood watching them. They’d evidently heard the elders from the road and had been watching them while they prayed. The one with the longest rifle and the least amount of teeth looked at […]

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He couldn’t help but wonder when he’d become so violent. He had in the last few weeks threatened two men and gotten into two fights. He hadn’t fought anyone since his pa had died. He drew a deep breath, trying to calm his anger at the man he’d just encountered, and as he inhaled a […]

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Come to Zion: The Winds and the Waves by Dean Hughes

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Will Lewis is stuck. the class system in England in the 1840s seems destined to keep him in his place as a poor tenant farmer who cannot improve his lot and will never be able to marry the woman he loves. But the “new religion” that is sweeping through congregations of the United Brethren, Will’s […]

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Soulfire by Betsy Love

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Will God hear Zephenia’s prayers? It is 148 BC, and the city of Nephi is ruled by the wicked King Noah and his corrupt priests. Zephenia’s father has turned to his drink after the death of her mother, and her younger sister Sari dreams of living in the king’s palace. When the family’s hut is […]

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