Jonathan's First Wedding

Jonathan's First Wedding

Sandie Nygaard

Sandie Nygaard

The Robertson family hasn’t had a normal wedding since…well… never. So when Jonathan’s sister, Susan, announces her engagement, her family launches an attempt to plan the perfect day. But the wacky wedding gene runs deep, and careful arrangements soon go hopelessly awry. When the bride finally walks down the aisle, it’s love –along with a little confusion – that rules the day.Amelia St. John and Joshua Hawthorne fell in love at first sight. Separated by circumstance rather than ideology, they found themselves on opposite sides during the bitter Civil War. Amelia, persuaded Joshua no longer loved her, married another man.Each struggled with their own private war. Joshua fought with the Union Army, surviving its bloodiest conflicts, while Amelia fought her war deep in the Confederacy. She battled starvation, sickness, and the death of her husband as she struggled to provide for her young son.When the war ended, Joshua found Amelia, but the carefree girl Joshua remembered was now a disillusioned, wounded soul and a fiercely protective mother. The only male in her life she would ever allow herself to love again was her son. Could Joshua earn back Amelia’s trust? Love is always full of possibilities.
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The Elm Street Ladies Tea and Wine Society

The Elm Street Ladies Tea and Wine Society

Sandie Nygaard

Sandie Nygaard

Sara runs from the garden Nazi living next door, June stalks the night streets attempting to avert environmental disaster, and Jean cinches her seat belt, hoping it will help her survive driver’s education. Come meet the misfit inhabitants of Cedarville, Washington, population, 4,601. These fun-filled stories are filled with the warmth, humor and eccentricities of life in small town America.What causes brother to rise up against brother? Can men, nations, and families ever experience true unity and peace? Will racism and hatred finally be eradicated? War often seems to be man's answer for settling disputes and thwarting evil. Perhaps the best solution to our conflicts doesn't reside in this world. When a Civil War chaplain finds himself dodging death-stamped mini balls and dismembering shrapnel, he realizes there is a better way, a final, lasting hope.
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