Historical Romances

Amy has written three historical romances, all set in Colorado in the early 1900’s.

along-unfamiliar-paths-cover Along Unfamiliar Paths

Raine Thomas has been relieved of her position as headmistress of the London mission school. Going back home to live with Papa is out of the question, but what else can she do? Before she can decide, dashing shipping owner Ben Thackeray bursts into her life with a link to her past. Raine has not seen Paul Oliver in seven years, but when Ben presents her with a locket containing an encoded message from Paul, her hopes soar. Could Paul still be alive? Compelled by her long-held dreams and faithful love, Raine boards Ben’s ship to America on the trail of many unanswered questions. Smitten immediately by Raine’s charms, Ben offers to escort her to Boston where the search for Paul will begin. Will they find Paul in time to thwart the plans of his enemies? Will Ben be able to deny the longing of his heart out of loyalty to his long-time friend, Paul?

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after-the-flowers-coverAfter the Flowers Fade

Carrie Winthrop is a nurse-a good one. Ashamed of her past, she has worked hard to earn the confidence of the townspeople and the right to hold her head up high.But when Dr. Zach Tanner comes to set up a medical practice in her small mountain town of Bailey, Colorado, the sparks fly. Convinced that Zach has come to run her out of town, Carrie is ready to fight for her way of life.But she is taken off guard by the young physicians gentle means and the manner in which he reflects the love of Jesus Christ. Working together in relative harmony, it seems nothing can ruin their growing friendship, until Zach stumbles upon a long buried secret from Carrie’s past.Will love and faith be enough to see them through, or will Zach’s sudden quest to avenge Carrie’s shame destroy their only hope?

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bartered-brides-thumbnail A Vow Unbroken (novella)

A Vow Unbroken threatens a young couple’s ability to stand firm against the dangers facing their homestead. Can God’s love teach them to trust again?

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