Spare Change by Aubrey Mace

Title: Spare Change

Author: Aubrey Mace

Publisher: Cedar Fort

Release Date: April, 2008

ISBN: 978-1-59955-150-0

Size: 210 pages, 5.5″ x 8.5″, paperback

Genre: General, Romance

New Year’s resolutions are one of Riley’s least favorite things—until this year.

Twenty-three and single, Riley thinks resolutions should be fun, not hard. Just before midnight, she vows to make the easiest resolution ever: save her pennies and at the end of the year, buy something nice for herself. Easy! …Or is it?

Working at a cancer treatment center can change one’s perspective, and before long Riley decides to donate her extra money to cancer research rather than reward herself. At first her resolution is her own secret, but all too soon the nurses figure out her plan, and then things really begin to get out of hand!

As people through the hospital, and then the town, begin to get involved, Riley finds herself at the front of the fund-raising campaign. She also finds herself face-to-face with Paul, the grouchy but cute bank teller. But can she overcome the memory of a failed relationship—and can he do the same? And who is the secret admirer who keeps leaving pennies and notes for her to find?

Aside from a million pennies, every flavor of ice cream imaginable, and maybe even love, Riley is about to discover that an ordinary person can be the catalyst for extraordinary events.

The Littlest Nephite by Bevan Olsen

Title: The Littlest Nephite

Author: Bevan Olsen

Publisher: Cedar Fort

Release Date: April, 2008

ISBN: 978-1-59955-087-9

Size: 16 pages, 11″ x 9″ Hardcover

Genre: Children’s Picture Book

Join the Littlest Nephite in this delightful adventure of following Nephi and his brothers Laman and Lemuel as they obtain the brass plates from the wicked Laban.

Cleverly written by Bevan Olsen and beautifully illustrated by Rebecca Miller, The Littlest Nephite will increase your child’s understanding of the Book of Mormon and open his heart to its truthfulness.

This book is not eligible for a Whitney Award.

Against the Giant by Christy Hardman

Title: Against the Giant

Author: Christy Hardman

Publisher: Cedar Fort

Release Date: April, 2008

ISBN: 978-1-59955-117-3

Size: 5.5 x 8.5 paperback, 268 pages

Genre: Historical

Ancient Israel faces a terrible threat—the Philistines!

David is a young Israelite who trusts the Lord. But being the youngest can be hard. While David tends sheep, his older brothers are out battling the Philistines. They come back boasting of their strength and telling tales of their enemy. The Philistines are stronger, larger, and have better weapons. In contrast, the Israelites are fewer, smaller, and have weapons of only stone and stick. No one wants to fight the fearsome Philistines. To survive, Israel needs to rely on God and to listen to the prophet. But the Israelites won’t listen, which leads them to a big problem—a Philistine named Goliath.

Against the Giant delves deep into the classic biblical story and brings to light a brand-new perspective as it tells the story through young David’s own eyes. Feel the thrills and the terror, along with the growth and courage, as if you were there standing against the giant yourself.

The Arthurian Omen by G.G. Vandagriff

Title: The Arthurian Omen

Author: G.G. Vandergriff

Publisher: Shadow Mountain

Release Date: April 2, 2008

ISBN: 978-1590388631

Size: 320 pages, 6×9, paperback

Genre: Suspense

Is the story of King Arthur history or myth?

A Celtic scholar is brutally murdered when she finds a clue to a priceless fifth-century manuscript that could prove the identity of King Arthur. Determined to find the ancient relic and avenge her sister’s death, Maren Southcott begins a quest that immediately puts her own life in danger.

In the tradition of Mary Higgins Clark, The Arthurian Omen weaves a tale of mystery and suspense as pursuit of the manuscript winds through the medieval castles and monasteries of Wales. Stalked by a psychopath with delusions of a Welsh revolution, Maren is shaken to the core when a new crisis threatens to destroy the one person she loves most. Can she find the manuscript before the murderer strikes again? Or is the manuscript-and the legend-better left buried in the past?

The Holy Secret by James Ferrell

Title: The Holy Secret

Author: James Ferrell

Publisher: Deseret Book

Release Date: April 2, 2008

ISBN: 978-1590387184

Size: 224 pages, hardback

Genre: General, Inspirational

Many today carry a secret: We do not love what we have been commanded to love. We do not love what is holy. Although we might reverence things that are deemed holy—the temple, for example, and the scriptures, and the Sabbath—we do not love them. Not really. Not with our whole souls.

The Holy Secret is the story of a man who learns how to love what matters. As he does, he learns another secret: Love for holiness transforms life itself. His realization of what he had been missing may lead you to some discoveries of your own!

The Crayon Messages by Christine Thackeray

Title: The Crayon Messages

Author: Christine Thackeray

Publisher: Cedar Fort

Release Date: April, 2008

ISBN: 978-1-59955-148-7

Size: 128 pages, 5.5″ x 8.5″, paperback

Genre: General, Women

Cath Reed has been feeling desperately lonely. With a husband alway traveling, a daughter on the brink and still adjusting to her new ward, she hopes her new visiting teaching route will bring some much needed companionship. Then she finds out she has been given the hardest visiting teaching route ever with the surly inactive Bishop’s wife at the top of the list. At least her companion Gwen seemed nice, an older woman in a nursing home who said no one had visited her in years.

Using this to her advantage, Cath calls her new sisters and convinces them to cheer Gwen up. Surprisingly most agree but when Cath arrives at the Pleasant Valley Home for the Elderly she is disappointed to find Gwen fast asleep. Apparently Gwen has a sleeping disorder called KSL and no one knows when she will wake up- it could be weeks. Armed with a bucket of crayons and a handful of paper, Cath convinces the sisters to write Gwen notes so when she does wake up, she’ll know some cares. What no one guessed is that Gwen would write back and change all of these women’s lives forever.

Mom Says I Can by Judy Cooley

Title: Mom Says I Can

Author: Judy Cooley

Publisher: Shadow Mountain

Release Date: April 2, 2008

ISBN: 978-1590388723

Size: 10×9, 32 pages

Genre: Children’s Picture Book

Here’s the story of little Max and his search for the “World’s Greatest Treasure.” He begins as a pirate with a treasure map. On another page he’s a spaceman. Along his journey, whether he’s a cowboy or the king of the jungle or a knight in shining armor, Max hears encouraging words like: “Mom says I’m so amazing.” “Mom says I’m brave.” “Mom says I’m her hero.” At the end of the day, Mom gives Max a big hug. “Mom says she loves me.” That’s when he discovers that the “World’s Greatest Treasure” has been next to him all the time.

This book is not eligible for a Whitney Award.

Edith and the Mysterious Stranger by Linda Weaver Clarke

Title: Edith and the Mysterious Stranger

Author: Linda Weaver Clarke

Publisher: American Book Publishing

Release Date: April 1, 2008

ISBN: 978-1589824690

Size: 316 pages, softcover

Genre: Historical Romance

With mysterious letters, cattle rustlers, a spunky woman, the liar’s fire, Halloween, and young love, there is always something happening. It is 1904 and Melinda is “with child” and threatening to miscarry. Her cousin Edith, a nurse, moves to Paris to care for her. Edith has wonderful qualities but never gives a man a second chance because her expectations are so high. However, all that changes when a mysterious stranger begins to write to her. For the first time, she gets to know a man’s inner soul before making any harsh judgments. Whoever he is, this man is a mystery and the best thing that has ever happened to her. The question that puzzles her is whether or not he’s as wonderful in person as he is in his letters.

Glory from On High (vol. 3) by Marci Gallacher & Kerri Robinson

Title: A Banner Is Unfurled: Glory from On High (vol. 3)

Author: Marci Gallacher & Kerri Robinson

Publisher: Covenant Communications, Inc.

Release Date: March 2008


Size: Hardback

Genre: Historical

Series: A Banner Is Unfurled (vol. 1); Be Still My Soul (vol. 2)

As the walls of the Kirtland temple rise in splendor, opposition rages within and without the Johnson home. Multiple tragedies strike Ezekiel and Julia’s family, threatening to rip relationships apart at the roots. Threats from Church antagonists mingle with contention and suspicion simmering amongst the brethren themselves. And not even the Prophet can escape the specter of illness hanging over the city. Will the faith of the Johnsons flounder, or flourish?

Thankfully, there are times of rejoicing amidst the struggle: births and marriages, baptisms and blessings. The beloved temple is dedicated, ushering in great manifestations of the Spirit. Kirtland is riddled with debt and doubt, but rich in revelation. Even Ezekiel Johnson’s heart is touched—yet escalating dangers may widen the division between him and Julia.

Join the Johnsons as they test the strength of faith and the resilience of love, with the white walls of the Lord’s house as a backdrop, shining with glory from on high.

Buckingham Palace Gardens by Anne Perry

Title: Buckingham Palace Gardens

Author: Anne Perry

Publisher: Ballantine Books

Release Date: March 25, 2008

ISBN: 978-0345469311

Size: 320 pages, hardcover

Genre: Mystery/Detective; Historical

Series: This is #22 in the Thomas Pitt series

Anne Perry’s Charlotte and Thomas Pitt mysteries are perhaps the best loved of all her Victorian bestsellers, luring us into the multi-layered richness of London, from the great mansions and secluded drawing rooms to the city’s festering slums. Now, in her most mesmerizing novel yet, she invites us to a house-party at Buckingham Palace.

The Prince of Wales has asked four wealthy entrepreneurs and their wives to the palace to discuss a fantastic idea: the construction of a six-thousand-mile railroad that would stretch the full length of Africa. But, alas, the prince’s gathering proves disastrous when the mutilated body of a prostitute hired for a late-night frolic (after the wives have retired to bed) turns up among the queen’s monogrammed sheets in a palace linen closet.

With great haste, Thomas Pitt, brilliant mainstay of Special Services, is summoned to resolve the crisis. The Pitts’ cockney maid, Gracie, is also recruited — to pose as a palace servant and listen in on the guests’ conversations, scan their bedrooms, and scrutinize their troubled faces for clues to hidden rivalries and attachments that could have lead to murder. If Pitt and Gracie fail to find out who brutally murdered the young woman — as seems increasingly likely — Pitt’s career will be over, and the scandal may just cause the monarchy to fall.

With a cast of wonderful characters, among them the gentle Princess of Wales, and a twisting plot that takes us into the hidden world of the royal family, Anne Perry probes deeply the hearts of men and women ensnared by their own emotions. Never has this distinguished novelist told a story with more truth and passion.

Season of Sacrifice by Tristi Pinkston

Title: Season of Sacrifice

Author: Tristi Pinkston

Publisher: Golden Wings, Enterprises

Release Date: March, 2008

ISBN: 978-0-9794340-1-3

Size: 6×9 paperback, 320 pages

Genre: Historical

Sarah Williams is a young Welsh immigrant, coming to Utah to join her sister Mary Ann Perkins. When the Perkins are asked to join the San Juan mission to pioneer a trail through Southern Utah, they take Sarah along to help care for the children. But a six-week journey turns into six agonizing months of hard work and toil as the Saints blast their way through a cliff to bring their wagons through what would become the famous Utah landmark “Hole in the Rock.”

Finally settled in the San Juan, Sarah’s true hardship begins when Ben Perkins asks her to be his second wife. With their faith and testimonies challenged to the core, both Sarah and Mary Ann struggle to find the true meaning of Christ-like love and obedience. Will they make it through?

Keeping Keller by Tracy Winegar

Title: Keeping Keller

Author: Tracy Winegar

Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc.

Release Date: March, 2008

ISBN: 978-1-59955-115-9

Size: 5.5×8.5 paperback; 218 pages

Genre: General

Keller is a force to be reckoned with!

The year is 1955, and few people understand or tolerate mental handicaps. For Beverly and Warren Vance, the daily struggle to live with their handicapped son, Keller, is taking its toll. Keller is large for his age and often aggressive, prone to throwing tantrums and breaking everything in sight. Beverly and Warren have been encouraged to institutionalize him, or at least keep him out of public view. But they decided long ago that trying to teach and raise him was a better option–at least until now. When a shocking development and a disastrous incident complicate their decision, the lines between right and wrong become increasingly blurred. Yet in the end, through their own choices they come to understand that the most important thing in life is family.

The Lost Verses by Barbara Miller

Title: The Lost Verses

Author: Barbara Miller

Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc.

Release Date: March, 2008

ISBN: 978-1-59955-108-1

Size: 5.5×8.5 paperback; 236 pages

Genre: Mystery? Speculative?

Series: Golden Verses

“Ask your mom about a special Bible she used to have. Ask her to remember the golden verses. That might help you both.

When Andy’s little sister died, his faith in God died with her.

Now, ten years later, Andy uncovers a secret—a tale too fantastic to be real. A story about six Bibles, each with verses written in gold. And for those who read the passages in gold, the scriptures come to life.

Out of respect for his mother and her friends, Andy halfheartedly agrees to find the old Bibles. Little does Andy know that the Bibles are closer than ever. Nor does he realize that the books are haunted by a dark shadow, an entity desperate to destroy the last of the golden verses.

As the Bibles make their way to the people who need them most, Andy begins to understand the worth of the Bibles, as well as the danger they are in. The Bibles have the power to save those who will read, and for this reason the books have long been marked for destruction. When the shadow closes in on the Bibles, it falls to Andy and his newfound friends to ensure that the holy books survive.

A gripping tale, The Lost Verses is a story of miracles, redemption, and the power of the word of God.

The 13th Reality: The Journal of Curious Letters by James Dashner

Title: The 13th Reality: The Journal of Curious Letters

Author: James Dashner

Publisher: Shadow Mountain

Release Date: March 3 2008

ISBN: 978-1590388310

Size: Hardback; 432 pages

Genre: Middle Grade Fantasy

What if every time you made a choice that had a significant consequence, a new, alternate reality was created—the life that would’ve been had you made the other choice? What if those new realities were in danger? What if it fell to you to save all the realities? Atticus Higginbottom, a.k.a. Tick, is an average thirteen-year-old boy until the day a strange letter arrives in his mailbox. Postmarked from Alaska and cryptically signed with the initials “M.G.,” the letter informs Tick that dangerous—perhaps even deadly—events have been set in motion that could result in the destruction of reality itself. M.G. promises to send Tick twelve riddles that will reveal on a certain day, at a certain time, at a certain place, something extraordinary will happen. Will Tick have the courage to follow the twelve clues M.G. sends to him? Will he be able to solve the riddles in time? Will Tick discover the life he was meant to live? The first volume of an outstanding new children’s fantasy series, The Journal of Curious Letters is filled with adventure, humor, riddles, and, oh, yes—danger… As M.G. warns Tick, Very frightening things are coming your way. Will you join Tick and his friends on an amazing journey through the Realities? What will your choice be?

Fool Me Twice by Stephanie Black

Title: Fool Me Twice

Author: Stephanie Black

Publisher: Covenant Communications

Release Date: March 2008


Size: 6×9 paperback

Genre: Suspense

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When it comes to pleasing her twin sister, Megan O’Connor is an easy touch. She’ll do just about anything to gain Kristen’s approval, including trading places with her. After all, Kristen’s plan promises to get Megan out of a dead-end job and make them both rich. It will be a nice reward for a little genealogical investigation–something that couldn’t have happened without the help of Kristen’s new LDS acquaintances. And who could blame the twins for using a tiny bit of deceit to manipulate an inheritance out of someone as demanding as their estranged aunt Evelyn?

All Megan has to do is pretend to be Kristen, move into Evelyn’s house, and take care of the wealthy old woman until her failing health kills her. It shouldn’t take too long. It shouldn’t be too difficult. Megan’s the nice one. Except for the lie, the task is a natural fit. Everything would be perfect if she could just ignore the guilt–a feeling that only grows stronger as she spends more time with the new friends Kristen arranged for her.

But soon Megan discovers there is more to worry about. She’s living in a house of illusions where she isn’t the only one playing a part. Someone has developed a new plotline that ends with a death scene–and in this version, the victim won’t die of natural causes.

Beneath the surface of the sleepy New England town of Britteridge, deceit weaves a deadly web where turnabout is anything but fair play.

Fields of Home by Rachel Ann Nunes

Title: Fields of Home

Author: Rachel Ann Nunes

Publisher: Shadow Mountain

Release Date: February 29, 2008

ISBN: 978-1590388525

Size: 6×9 paperback; 320 pages

Genre: Romance

One decision frozen in time. A choice that can never be altered. After fighting her way through a bitter and hurtful past, Mercedes Johnson has painstakingly carved out a life of quiet contentment on a Wyoming farm with her husband, Wayne, and their three boys. But all that changes when the birth father of her oldest child returns to Riverton. Brandon Rhodes has plans for his son, threatening the carefully balanced life Mercedes and Wayne have created. Just how far is he willing to go? As Mercedes uncovers the truths of his intentions and the lies surrounding the past, she is torn between what is and what should have been. Fields of Home is a novel about the deepest kind of ties and true meaning of love.

Diamondback Cave by K.L. Fogg

Title: Diamondback Cave*

Author: K.L. Fogg

Publisher: Covenant Communications, Inc.

Release Date: 2008


Size: small hardback

Genre: Middle Grade Fantasy

Series: Serpent Tide (vol. 1), Widow’s Revenge (vol. 2)

Imogene Vandergrift wants out of jail. And she’ll say or do just about anything to make sure she can recover the millions in diamonds she has hidden away. Television reality-adventure star Jack Mackey wants nothing to do with Imogene–especially after what she has already put his son Wesley through. Jack has assured Wes that the evil woman who pretended for years to be his mother will remain behind bars. But that was before Alex Harris mysteriously disappeared. Now the rules have changed. Wesley and his best friend Amanda decide it is up to them to find Alex, Amanda’s soon-to-be stepfather. A little covert detective work leads them to Diamondback Cave.

Although Imogene’s diamonds are hidden inside, it is named for the rattlesnakes that infest the black hole in the ground. However, the cavern also holds other dangers–henchman who may be working for, or against, Imogene. Can Wesley’s friends and family survive these new attacks from Imogene Vandergrift? Will Amanda find Alex before it’s too late for him to become part of her family? Will you be able to catch your breath as you dive into Diamondback Cave?

*Although this book is in Seagull stores, it’s not on their website nor on Covenant’s. I couldn’t find a cover image that I could lift anyplace online. This is the cover of the audio book.

Shades of Gray by Pamela Carrington Reid

Title: Shades of Gray

Author: Pamela Carrington Reid

Publisher: Covenant Communications, Inc.

Release Date: 2008


Size: 6×9 paperback

Genre: Romance

Fighting her way through the chaos of her family’s dysfunction, Samara Danes has immersed herself in a promising photography career. She sees no need to love or be loved. Then Adam Russell arrives in Samara’s hometown on Australia’s Gold Coast. Years ago, it was Adam who introduced her to the art of photography and opened her eyes to the wonder of the world. She in turn opened his heart to the truths of the gospel. Now can the older man’s kindness, wisdom, and strength help save a family that teeters on the brink of dissolution? Are Samara’s strong feelings for Adam more than just friendship and gratitude?

With tender insight, gifted LDS author Pamela Carrington Reid explores the dynamics that stretch fragile relationships nearly to the breaking point. Shades of Gray is a richly crafted novel, genuinely moving and compelling–a tribute to the healing power of the gospel, where the lines of love are never blurred.

Master by Toni Sorenson

Title: Master*

Author: Toni Sorenson**

Publisher: Covenant Communications, Inc.

Release Date: 2008


Size: Hardback

Genre: Historical

My name will mean nothing to you, but my story is a retelling of the greatest story ever told and should mean everything to everyone.

If you interpret my words as fiction and fiction only, you will miss out on truths that are both historical and spiritual. Search the scriptures. There you will find evidence of my existence recorded in ancient sacred writ, overlooked for millennia. My story comes forth now because now is the promised day when satanic doubt spreads like black ink, threatening to blot out His very name, to reduce Him to nothing more than a teacher, to erase the eternal truths He taught and lived. That cannot happen. Jesus was who He said He was. I know because I was there in the shadows of His holy footsteps. His miracles were real. I know because I am one of those miracles.

**The front of the book lists author as Toni Sorenson; online she’s listed as Toni Sorenson Brown.

Freefall by Traci Hunter Abramson

Title: Freefall

Author: Traci Hunter Abramson

Publisher: Covenant Communications, Inc.

Release Date: February 2008

ISBN: 978-1-59811-510-9

Size: 6×9 paperback; 242 pgs

Genre: Suspense, Thriller

Lieutenant Brent Miller arrived in the Middle East with one objective — get seven hostages out of a hostile country. The plan almost worked. But now he has been left behind — with one of the hostages. It’s up to Brent to get Amy Whitmore, an LDS Senator’s daughter, across miles of desert to safety. What he doesn’t know is that to survive, he needs her as much as she needs him.

Bound on Earth by Angela Hallstrom

Title: Bound on Earth

Author: Angela Hallstrom

Publisher: Parables (Bentley Enterprises)

Release Date: February 1, 2008

ISBN: 978-0-961-4960-9-8

Size: 6×9; 212 pages

Genre: Literary

“In this novel, Angela Hallstrom demonstrates an admirable mastery of the art of fiction. In essence, it is the history of an extended Mormon family. Composed of vignettes–some of which have been published as stories–the novel advances from the present into the future, retreats momentarily to the past, or works laterally to include nearly simultaneous episodes. The point of view shifts deftly among a widowed grandmother, her son and daughter-in-law, their three daughters and their husbands. The style is strong and functional, unerring in its cadence and nicely balanced between the formal and the colloquial.

“The subtle background to this novel is the Mormon world view, established without preaching or assumptions of superiority. But it presents a far from idealized vision of reality. By moments the members of this extended family writhe with conflict, tension, depression, self-pity, and misbehavior. The attempts of the strong willed mother to guide and intervene often disrupt rather than heal. Her husband nearly succumbs to the veiled allurement of a seductive sister in their ward. A teen aged daughter conceives a baby out of wedlock. Another daughter is distraught by the birth of a fourth son, deeply disappointed that she has not at last borne a daughter. Yet another daughter marries–and determines to stay with–a bi-polar husband who periodically lapses into abuse. Yet ultimately their underlying bond with one another–their willingness to affirm whoever claims a place among them–triumphs. Though bound on earth, this is a family that will endure in eternity.

“If there’s a lesson to be learned from this novel, it’s that the pain and endurance required to create a family are worth it. In the final vignette, the dying matriarch of the family attends the celebration of the wedding anniversary of her son and daughter-in-law. She is greatly comforted just to be there, watching while “wives turn to husbands, fathers to children, and life keeps spinning forward, loose and free as a ribbon off a spool.” In heaven, she concludes, “there will be children there, and music, and cake, and husbands and wives and daughters and sons.” That is a picture of eternity that she can accept. —Levi Peterson, author of The Backslider and editor of Dialogue magazine

The Unvalentine by Sam Beeson and Jesse Draper (Illus)

Title: The Unvalentine*

Author: Sam Beeson

Illustrator: Jesse Draper

Publisher: Shadow Mountain

Release Date: January 8 2008

ISBN: 978-1590388433

Size: 6×7; 32 pages

Genre: Children’s picture book, Teens & Adults

“Exactly mid-way through the frigid month of February A day is celebrated by the dumb and ordinary. And all around me, notes are passed by idiots and stupids– Packed tight with sugar-mottoed hearts and naked pudgy cupids. This ritual, conducted under heart-shaped, crimson flag, Does absolutely nothing for me, but to make me gag!”

This tongue-in-cheek, rhymed story is a hilarious gift for young single adults. Features UnValentine cards in the back of the book!

This book is not eligible for a Whitney Award.

Chase McKay Didn’t Get Up Today by Cindy R. Williams

Title: Chase McKay Didn’t Get Up Today

Author: Cindy R. Williams

Illustrator: Donald Jenny

Publisher: Goodfellow Publishing Services

Release Date: February 1, 2008

ISBN: 978-0981581408

Size: 56 pages, softcover

Genre: Picture Book

Chase McKay would not get up,
so Mama made his bed.
She straightened the covers and pulled them,
right over his head.
Chase McKay cannot play,
He didn’t get out of bed today.

Heaven Scent by Rebecca Cornish Talley

Title: Heaven Scent

Author: Rebecca Cornish Talley

Publisher: Cedar Fort

Release Date: February 2008*

ISBN: 978-1-59955-100-5

Size: 5.5×8.5; 236 pages

Genre: YA

“She’d wanted her father to pay more attention to her, and she’d wanted her family to be like it used to be. She hadn’t wanted everything to change so drastically that she may not even survive it.”

As Liza proves herself a basketball star, everyone – from college basketball recruiters to the gorgeous Kyle Reynolds – seems to take note of her. Everyone, that is, except her own father. While her father is busy at his law practice, Liza learns about a strange new religion from Kyle. Could Kyle’s religion help her family? Or is it already too late for her father to make amends?

When yet another broken promise finally leads to tragedy, Liza doesn’t know if she will ever be able to forgive her father. It will take a good friend, a new belief, and a miracle straight from heaven to help Liza see that she still has a choice. The compelling story of a high school basketball star, this is a novel every girl will want, and none will be able to put down!

*Author website says release in March; publisher’s site says February and it’s listed for sale now.