5 Great Books for Mom

Mother’s Day is fast approaching! Mother’s are a very important piece of all our lives and we want to make sure we honor them right! Finding the perfect gift for that special woman in your life can be a bit of a challenge, especially with Mother’s Day right around the corner. Thankfully we’ve got you covered. Below are a few of our latest novels that will grab the attention of any mother, especially on her special day.

Daisies And Devotion

Timothy Mayfield has nearly given up on his search for a wife. Though he is the picture of a social gentleman, Timothy wishes his finances provided a more stable foundation. Then his Uncle Elliott presents to him a solution: participate in his “marriage campaign,” and upon approval of his choice for a wife, Timothy’s inheritance will be his.

Freed from the constraints of having to marry for money, Timothy is ready to marry for love instead. His friend, Maryann Morrington, agrees to help him find his “perfect wife,” because she’s certain that the search will render nothing. However, as the two began their search they both realize that the type of person they are looking for might be each other.

This amusing adventure in misunderstandings will delight readers who appreciate rich settings and strong characters
— Publishers Weekly

A Song For The Stars

As the second daughter of a royal chief, Maile will be permitted to marry for love. Her fiancé is the best navigator in Hawaii, and he taught her everything he knows—how to feel the ocean, observe the winds, read the stars, and how to love.

But when sailors from a strange place called England arrive on her island, a misunderstanding ends in battle, and Maile is suddenly widowed before she is wed.

Finding herself in the middle of the battle and fearing for her life, Maile takes John Harbottle, the wounded man who killed her fiancé, prisoner, and though originally intending to let him dies, she reluctantly heals him. In the process, she discovers the man she thought was her enemy might be her ally instead.

Todd delivers a sweet and entrancing story about the power of communication to bring together people from vastly different worlds.
— Booklist Online

Six Sister’s Stuff Copycat Cooking

The popular Six Sisters' Stuff bloggers come to the rescue with a new collection of more than 100 easy-to-make recipes of popular restaurant dishes and take-out favorites for busy families.

I love Copycat Cooking! It has a ton of recipes that I love getting from some of my favorite restaurants, and now I can make them from home!
— Amazon Customer Review

Healing Hearts

As the only doctor in the town of Savage Wells, Gideon MacNamara knows his prospects for a bride are limited. So, he decides to take advantage of the matchmaking service of the day—mail-order brides—and sends away for a woman with nursing experience.

When Miriam steps off the stagecoach, she sees a bright future ahead of her. But when the town—and Gideon—meets her, ready for a wedding, her excitement quickly turns to horror. Dr. MacNamara didn't want a nurse, he wanted a wife. When she refuses to marry him, she finds herself stranded in Savage Wells. Embarrassed by the misunderstanding, Gideon offers her a job.

Romance blossoms between the two, but when a former medical associate of Miriam's arrives, Gideon and Miriam must decide if they are willing to risk their hearts for each other

What a fantastic read!! This book is heartwarming and fun. I loved it, and highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good proper romance!
— Deseret Book Customer Review

Lies, Love, And Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Women in Hollywood are pretty faces. But Silvia Bradshaw knows that's a lie. She's ready to be treated as an equal and prove her worth as one of Hollywood's newest film editors.

She and Ben Mason had worked together as editors before Silvia got her big break, so he's the perfect person to ask for feedback on Silvia’s first major motion picture. But, as their friendship begins to blossom into something more, a lawsuit surfaces, jeopardizing their jobs—as well as their fledgling romance. It's one thing to risk her job and her heart, but can she really risk Ben's too? Does she have the right to make decisions for her own happiness when they affect so many people?

With everything to lose, Silvia meets Ben for breakfast at his favorite diner, Tiffany's, for one last conversation before the credits roll on true love.

Wright presents a terrific read for romance readers who like a “proper romance,” in which the social relationship, not the physical mechanics, is the point of the story
— Booklist Online
Aaron Clark