CrossReads Short Takes: The Parson’s Bride & The Movement of Rings

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CrossReads Short Takes

The Parson’s Bride

A Christian Historical Western Mail-Order Bride Romance

by Lisa Prysock

The Parson's Bride

After serving in the Civil War as part of a Minnesota infantry regiment, Zachary feels compelled to head further west to follow the call of God tugging on his heart. He has finally completed correspondence school and earned a certificate to become a preacher. He accepts a minister’s position in the small town of Blossom in Dakota Territory, but there’s a catch. The church board requires him to become married, and a mail-order bride soon becomes the remedy.

When his bride arrives by train from Ohio along with the spring blooms, he has no idea so much trouble can exist in such a pretty package. Miss Darcy Chenowyth takes his breath away with her good looks. However, she can barely cook or clean, and finding peace and tranquility to study his sermons proves hard won, if not scarce, after her arrival.

When a small town printing press, a boy named Charlie, and the mysterious Old Man Brompton compound their challenges, Zach wonders what else could possibly go wrong.

Get your copy of this sweet, inspirational, pioneer adventure today, and begin enjoying the Wild West as it comes alive in this Christian Historical Western Romance novel by award-winning Author Lisa M. Prysock!

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The Movement of Rings

(Movement of Crowns Book 2)

by Nadine C. Keels

The Movement of Rings

Sequel to The Movement of Crowns.

What lies deeper than fear?
The Mundayne empire has prospered under the rule of King Aud, a ruthless man of war. Naona, a spirited imperial servant who holds Aud’s favor, enjoys pulling pranks on her peers around the king’s estate. But the time for laughter spoils when the citizens of Munda begin to oppose the taxes that pay for Aud’s wars.

After meeting the princess of Diachona, Naona must choose between remaining loyal to her king and becoming another nation’s ally. With the rise of unrest in Munda, how can Naona’s heart survive intact: intact enough, even, for a chance at love with a foreign man?

This book is inspirational historical fantasy: fictional history in a completely fictional world.

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