Friday, December 28, 2018

Alaskan Holiday By Debbie Macomber


Josie Avery lands her dream job as a chef in one of Seattle’s hottest new restaurants; the only catch is that it doesn’t start until the fall, so she takes a summer position at a remote lodge in Alaska. 

While there she slowly starts to fall in love with the quiet little town and also one of the residents, Palmer Saxon. As the summer comes to an end Josie knows that she will need to return to Seattle to follow the dream she has worked so hard for, and Palmer understands that he must let her go. 

To find out what happens to their whirlwind Christmas romance stop in at your local branch and grab a copy of this title now!
 
Starting in the New Year, Off the Shelf is coming to an end. We would like to thank CFAM for the opportunity to share our love of books with all their listeners. Stayed tuned for new content from South Central Regional Library in the future!

Friday, December 21, 2018

A Horse For Elsie by Linda Byler


Young Elsie is desperate for a horse to call her own and the knowledge that there is no way her family can afford one. With Elsie’s father injured, she must help with her siblings, go to school and earn money to help support her family, so she sets about busying herself with her daily chores and burying her longing. 

When one of her classmates invites her to spend time on his family’s horse farm, Elsie jumps at the chance and soon finds that she must find a way to reconcile her frustration with the obedience her Amish faith requires.

If you are looking for a chaste, cozy romance with a Amish Christmas theme, stop in at your local branch and grab a copy today!

Friday, December 14, 2018

A Christmas Revelation by Anne Perry

When a young boy witnesses an abduction of a woman days before Christmas, he turns to his makeshift family for help on what to do.

While cranky old bookkeeper Squeaky knows that interfering in business that has nothing to do with them could be dangerous he also refuses to leave the boy on his own to attempt any sort of rescue mission.

If you’re looking for a light, cozy, Victorian Christmas read look no further. Stop in at your local branch to request a copy today!

Friday, December 7, 2018

The Noel Stranger by Richard Paul Evans

After a nasty divorce, Maggie Walther starts to isolate herself from the world until her only friend forces her to come out of hiding and embrace the Christmas season. 

Reluctantly she goes to buy herself a tree and soon is taken with the handsome man that owns the tree lot. Like her, Andrew is also starting again and as their friendship develops, Maggie learns to trust again.

In true Richard Paul Evans style this novel explores forgiveness, redemption and hope. Stop in at your local branch to order a copy today!

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Wave by Eric Walters

Wave is about a family that goes to Thailand every year over Christmas. This year Sam’s sister cannot come and stays behind. While the family is vacationing they get caught in a tsunami, and to find what happens next, grab a copy of this Junior Fiction book at your local branch.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Undercover by Danielle Steel

Former undercover agent; Marshall Everett, meets a wealthy heiress named Ariana Gregory, while in Paris and falls in love. Ariana is recovering from being kidnapped in Argentina by rebels and still reeling from her father’s death. 

When the vengeful brother of the rebel leader that kidnapped Ariana comes looking for her, Marshall must protect her. The reviewer felt that this adult fiction book was fast paced, exciting and a good read, head to your local branch and get a copy today!