Friday, November 9, 2012

Cover of Surrendered Love

Cover of my April 2013 release from Whitaker House, Surrendered Love.   Not available for preorder yet, but will keep you posted.

Surrendered Love

Janna Kauffman loves grocery shopping for the homebound in her Amish community. When Janna’s sister washes her hands of her rebellious daughter, Meghan, and sends her to live with her Amish relatives, Janna is spending less time shopping and more time explaining Meghan’s actions to police officer Hiram “Troy” Troyer. Formerly Amish Troy becomes a regular part of Janna and Meghan’s lives as Meghan continues to act out due to her Englisch mother’s rejection. Could God tame a headstrong teenager and help Janna and Troy find love in the midst of it all?

Monday, October 15, 2012

Patchwork Dreams is #1 on Kindle

#1 in Kindle store -- Patchwork Dreams by Laura Hilton. Free, this week only. Check it out!

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Laura V. Hilton's Harvest of Hearts wins 2012 Laurel Award

Laura V. Hilton's Harvest of Hearts wins 2012 Laurel Award

Laura V. Hilton’s A Harvest of Hearts, second in her Amish of Seymour series, has won the 2012 Laurel Award recipient. The competition is sponsored by The Clash of the Titles (COTT) website and blog alliance which receives hundreds of Christian fiction entries for its weekly competitions organized according to categories. Winners of the weekly competitions then vie for the Laurel Award which encompasses all categories of Christian fiction.
A Harvest of Hearts qualified Laurel Award consideration when it won first prize in COTT's Amish Genre Clash on November 18, 2011, defeating veteran bestselling Amish fiction author Suzanne Fisher Woods. According to the COTT website, “The novel returned nine months later for our Laurel Award…the judges determined A Harvest of Hearts to be the worthiest to receive the 2012 Laurel Award.”
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Friday, April 20, 2012

Cover of Healing Love

Releasing September 2012 from Whitaker House


Healing Love

Who knew Cupid had four paws? Amish midwife Kristine Lapp’s dog, Chinook, develops a slew of unfamiliar ailments that sends Kristi to Shane Zimmerman, their veterinarian neighbor. Shane was raised Amish, but left years ago in favor of education and marriage to an Englisch woman. After his wife died in childbirth, Shane returns to Amish country to live and serve, but he’s determined not to return to the faith of his childhood. Prejudiced against the herbal and natural remedies that Kristi uses in her practice, the vet is determined to avoid what his eccentric neighbor cooks up. Can God use a loyal pet to mix a little old medicine with new and bring two neighbors past their differences so they can find a love with a positive prognosis?

Saturday, March 31, 2012

Promised To Another

Promised to Another: Amish of Seymour Book 3

Annie Beiler is an Amish school teacher. She was in love with an Amish man, Luke Stultz, but Luke left the Amish community during his rumspringa, but not without begging Annie to go with him. Now Luke is back, trying to win back Annie’s love. Isaac Esh may be Amish, but he has been bitten by the travel bug. He sees the opportunity to relocate from Pennsylvania to Missouri as a way to satisfy his longing to see another place yet remain with people of his faith. Isaac quickly notices the beautiful Annie, but Annie is slow to respond. With Luke in the picture, and Isaac’s admission that he willingly left his district, will either man be steady and dependable enough to win the gift of Annie’s heart?

Plain Everyday Heroes Available for #Preorder

Playing With Fire by Laura V. Hilton Arie Zimmerman has been in love with Noah Behr from almost the moment they met, but after a devasta...