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New in LDS Fiction


So far, our LDS fiction titles for 2014 are full of mystery, suspense, and a dash of romance. Check out the new titles below!

Run for Your Life by Jean Holbrook Mathews

Law student Theo Novak simply saw what no one else did: a suspicious link between an ongoing environmental lawsuit and the nomination of a new judge that would ensure a victory for the energy companies. He stumbled on a conspiracy that extended to the upper echelons of the US government—and wrote a legal brief to kill for…

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After a long and prestigious career, Congressman Max Southland is ready to retire, and as a member of his staff, Mattie Mathis is on hand to help her uncle wind down his career. When Mattie receives a cryptic call from her boyfriend and fellow staffer Craig, she’s left with more questions than answers: an interesting bit of research by a young law student has surfaced what could have national consequences. A copy is on its way to her. Before she can process this information, Craig is dead … and Mattie will be next.

There is only one person who can help Mattie: Jack Summers, a cop whose sense of duty stems not only from his assignment but also from his growing feelings for the woman he’s bound to protect. As the pair runs for their lives, it is clear that a violent cover-up has been plotted—and they must unravel the conspiract if they hope to survive.

As You Are by Sarah M. Eden

A horse breeder by trade, Corbin Jonquil is more at home in the stables than in the ballroom of his sprawling estate. Corbin is the quietest of the Jonquil brothers and has always faded into the background, contentedly unnoticed. When a mysterious young widow, Mrs. Clara Bentford, moves into the neighborhood, however, Corbin quickly comes to realize that being noticed has its advantages. But how to catch the eye of the lady? According to his brothers, Corbin need only make a few simple changes to transform himself into the object of any woman’s desire—dubious advice, indeed. Following a series of misadventures, Corbin and Clara slowly lower the facades behind which they’ve been hiding, leaving Corbin shocked by the horrors that haunt the woman he’s coming to care for so ardently. When the menace of Clara’s past threatens to tear them apart and tensions mount, will the couple have the courage to fight for the promise of forever?

The Rosefields of Zion by Marilyn Brown

It is 1925, and the government wants to purchase the Rosefield family farm at the mouth of Zion National Park to build a visitor’s center. Bradley and Ellen Rosefield refuse to sell. When they pass away, the two oldest Rosefield boys assign their sister Marissa to retrieve the land title from the St. George courthouse. There she meets a debonair government official from New York who sweeps her off her feet. But are his intensions honorable? Facing suspicion of murder and intrigue, Marissa and her brothers reveal strength of character they didn’t know they possessed. The Rosefields of Zion celebrates the majesty of a landscape like none other on earth, while honoring the steadfast residents determined to stay true to their faith.

I’m Not Cinderella by Tarrah Montgomery

I_m_not_cinderella_detailSeventeen-year-old Brinlee is a modern girl living in Idaho. When she discovers a secret portal in her attic bedroom, Brinlee accidentally swaps places with the main character from her favorite fairy tale,Cinderella. Lost in Cinderella’s world, Brinlee threatens to ruin one of the world’s greatest love stories. New mysteries surround the characters of the beloved tale, and Brinlee is determined to uncover the secrets. Once she entangles herself in the affairs of Cinderella’s family and meets not one but two dashing men, can she keep this celebrated romance on track? This book is first in a series of fairy-tale reinventions.

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