New Series Release
The Letters from Home series are heartfelt stories set during one of the most tumultuous times in American history. The Letters from Home novels are standalone books, but it's more fun when you read them all!
Letters from Kansas
Becky Nelson fled her childhood home and risked irreparable damage to her relationship with her only sister for an independent life in Kansas. The bookish bachelorette had no sooner settled in the Sunflower State when her path crossed with Henry, a ruggedly handsome farmer.
The draft selects the seemingly untouchable Henry, and the couple rushes to make their union permanent before the war carries him to far-off lands. As the days turn to months, their letters give Becky and Henry the strength to go on as he serves his country, and she shares their home with an unlikely guest.
As more men leave to fight in the war and fewer letters return, it's up to Becky to keep their farm going. Will Henry return home, or will this war rob her of the only man she's ever loved?
Letters from Georgia
Claire Davis had big dreams, but the war had other plans. Soon her father, her boyfriend Dan, and so many others leave for far-off lands. An exchange of letters is Claire and Dan's only ties to each other, and each new correspondence reveals new information.
On the homefront, Claire must decide if pursuing her big dreams of a writing career in New York is worth sacrificing her obligation to stay in Georgia with her family. A chance to work in her grandmother's bakery not only offers the time she needs to make up her mind but also presents a third option that Claire never saw coming.
War makes people grow up fast, and Claire and Dan are no exception. Will their relationship survive the war, or will Claire find the courage to make a decision that could change her life forever?
Letters from Washington
Lizzie Peterson's life changed in ways she never expected after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The most difficult change of all was her brother Marion's enlistment. Lizzie's instinct was to hide away from the world, but it was up to her to help support their family with Marion gone.
Finding a job was easy, but doing the work was not, and Lizzie tried one role after another in her search for the ideal career. The war also changed Lizzie's personal life, and her seemingly perfect past crumbled a little more with each passing day, and there was nothing she could do to stop it.
An announcement from Marion and the revelation of a family secret threaten to push Lizzie past her breaking point. Will she be able to accept that her life will never go back to the way it was before the war?