Discounted Christian Fiction

What Matters Most

What Matters Most

Bette Lee Crosby

Bette Lee Crosby’s wonderful way with words, her wit, and her wisdom shine brighter than ever in “What Matters Most”.

Alle Wells

What Matters Most – Royal Palm Literary Award Winner, FPA President’s Book Award

from USA Today Bestselling author of Spare Change
A heartwarming story of acceptance and coming to grips with reality. Louise Palmer is a settled-down person. A woman who wants nothing more than to remain in the same house until the day she dies. So, when her husband, Clay, announces an intention to quit his job and move to Florida, her life is thrown into a turmoil of mixed emotions and strained loyalties. Torn between Clay’s desire for “the good life” and the lifelong friendships of her quilting club, Louise struggles with what to do…until her best friend suggests a scheme to thwart the move. Before she discovers the truth of what matters most, a marriage will be tested, family relationships will fall apart and the friendships Louise tried to hold on to will change dramatically.
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To Laugh Once More (Hope of the South Book 2)

To Laugh Once More (Hope of the South Book 2)

Sherri Wilson Johnson

I have enjoyed Sherri’s previous books but I believe To Laugh Once More is my favorite. I found it very interesting to read about the history of that era and of this part of Georgia. I look forward to the next book.

Sharon Hampton

To Laugh Once More is a Victorian Inspirational Romance set in Florida and Georgia in 1895 and follows Lydia Barrington Scarbrough on her quest for purpose.

The War may be over, but the battles still rage.

A dissatisfied wife. A misunderstood husband. Three tragedies will alter their path forever. Will their choices tear them apart, or will they allow them To Laugh Once More?

Three years after her marriage to Hamilton, former debutante Lydia Barrington Scarbrough is dissatisfied with life. She has yet to have children, and she spends most of her days sitting in a circle of women chatting about homemaking. She thought life would be more than what it’s turned out to be. Hamilton travels on business and never takes her with him. What’s a lonely wife to do when she has no children to raise? She longs for adventure and romance, and really, she longs for the fulfillment of her purpose in life. A purpose beyond being a wife and raising children.

Lydia faces a series of hardships that stretch her faith beyond capacity. Leaving her childhood home in Florida for Georgia proves to be more difficult than she ever imagined, and her marriage may not survive the trials. Lydia’s own personal battles drive a wedge between them. What will it take to make Hamilton attempt to save their marriage and draw Lydia back to him?

As Lydia strives to etch out a place for herself in a new world full of unfamiliar prejudice against the poor and uneducated, and she attempts to overcome her private battles of infertility and insignificance, she must help Hamilton understand her deepest longings and learn the true meaning of joy. Will she surrender her will in order to find her purpose? Will her future hold a happier marriage, motherhood, and a calling greater than she could ever have imagined?

They won’t find their place in this world until they find their way back to each other.

This journey through the historic Atlanta and Marietta, Georgia exposes both the beauty and the pain of the heart of the South.

“To Laugh Once More is the poignant story of a marriage transformed by tragedies, trust, and trials overcome during America’s volatile Gilded Age. From heartbreak to hope, Sherri Wilson Johnson has penned a love story that, like one of our nation’s most turbulent eras, both haunts and heals.” — Julie Lessman, award-winning author of The Daughters of Boston, Winds of Change, and Heart of San Francisco series.

“Author Sherri Wilson Johnson has crafted a fascinating story of life in Georgia just prior to the turn of the 19th/20th century. The Civil War is over, but racial prejudice and unrest is rampant. Former Victorian debutante Lydia Barrington Scarbrough finds her newly married life anything but the exciting adventure she had expected. With a husband gone more often than he’s home and her apparent inability to conceive a child, she soon finds solace by tutoring former slaves. The townspeople do not take well to her endeavor, and she is shocked when her life is threatened. Will this once-pampered young woman succumb to the social ostracism and even danger of her undertaking, or press on to find the fulfillment that has so far evaded her?” — Kathi Macias, award-winning author of more than 40 books.

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