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As the prospective valedictorian, wide receiver and favored tenor in show choir, Jake knows he’s at the top of his game. He sets his sights on Lexi, the hottest girl at Palmdale High and can’t miss. However, racing to class one morning, he plows into Penelope the pudgy, new girl. Books and paper fly everywhere. He helps her with her things, even holds her hand so she can stand up.

CLICK!

Someone snaps a picture and sends the text all over school. Egged on by his friends and desperate to squash any rumors before Lexi gets back from Mexico, he does something juvenile. NOT his brightest idea. As punishment he must tutor Penelope three days a week. Her grade is now his grade. He sees his chance at a full ride scholarship disappearing faster than a missed field goal. And to make matters worse, Lexi sides with Penelope.

What people are saying about The Penny Project:

“The Penny Project is a wonderful example of the power of kindness and friendship in the lives of more than just the one being bullied. Every teen should read this. Just don’t forget a box of tissues.” ~Laura D. Bastian, author of Eye on Orion

“This book made me cry. In a good way. I never cry. ~Scott Ashby, author Tanella’s Flight

“This book is a good read for young (and even not so young adults. It is well written with characters that I really came to love, and it has great message that everyone should take to heart.” Dr. Rebecca Temp

You can purchase the Penny Project for Kindle or print on Amazon.

Will God hear Zephenia’s prayers?

It is 148 B.C., and the city of Nephi is ruled by the wicked King Noah and his corrupt priests. Zephenia’s father has turned to his drink after the death of her mother, and her younger sister Sari dreams of living in the king’s palace. When the family’s hut is destroyed and the sisters are unjustly imprisoned, Zephenia wonders if God has forgotten her. If they survive their tribulations, whom will her father choose as her  husband? The only unmarried believer she knows is Gideon, and he is smitten with Sari.

Zephenia’s thoughts keep drifting to Alma, the handsome high priest she met while gathering herbs in the jungle. She senses a goodness about him, yet because he is a priest in Noah’s court, she knows he couldn’t possibly be a righteous man. But when the prophet Abinadi is martyred, Zephenia must decide between her faith and her family.

Soulfire is an edge-of-your-seat adventure mixed with a sprinkle of romance. I wasn’t able to turn pages fast enough until I learned Zephenia’s fate. —H.B. Moore, Best of State and Whitney Award-winning author

Once again, master storyteller Betsy Love, spins an intriguing tale of suspense and romance. She takes us to a time and place we can only imagine as she brings Book of Mormon characters to life. Her vivid descriptions draw us into a story that’s hard to put down. —Stephanie Abney

You can purchase a copy of Soulfire  through Amazon:

Or through Brigham Distributing

 

While Vacationing in Mexico, two similar-looking young women find themselves caught in a chain reaction of mistaken identities. Amelia is a wealthy heiress and business owner, and Savannah is a sweet Mormon girl deciding whether or not to serve a mission. When they end up on the same flight to Phoenix, Savannah and Amelia unravel the sequence of events that wreaked havoc on the their trips, and they make plans to resolve the subsequent misunderstandings. But their flight is cut short when the plane crashes, killing one of the young women and plunging the other into a world of intrigue and deceit where identity means everything.

You can purchase Identity from Amazon.com, Deseret Book or Barnes and Noble. You can also download it on Nook or Kindle

 

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