Goodnight for Justice DVD

Goodnight for Justice Historical Fiction Film Running time: 88 minutes + extras Rated: Not Rated Released: April 12th, 2011 Entertainment One Luke Perry and Jason Priestley last worked together on the legendary 90’s teen soap “Beverly Hills, 90210,” but in GOODNIGHT FOR JUSTICE, an acclaimed Western which premiered on the Hallmark Channel in January 2011 they reunite for the very first time with Priestley behind the camera and Perry in the lead. John Goodnight (Perry) has a crystal clear memory of the day that his family fell victim to ruthless outlaws. He and the wife of Circuit Judge Aldous Shaw were the only survivors of the attack; she would become his foster mother. Goodnight cannot forget the corrupt man who destroyed his family and he lives for a second chance encounter with the outlaw. Years later, after he’s named a circuit judge of the Western Territories, Goodnight must choose between. . .

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Diaper Junction Memorial Day Sale – 15% off!

Memorial Day Weekend Sale Starts Now! Save 15% off your order of $60 or more.  Use coupon code MDW15 to redeem. Excludes bumGenius!, Flip, Econobum, GroVia,  diaper packages, preowned diapers, and FuzziBunz buy 5, get 1 free offer.  Can not be combined with any other discount offer.  New orders only.  No previous orders discounted. PLEASE NOTE – We will be closed Saturday, May 28th thru Monday, May 30th in observance of Memorial Day.  orders placed over the weekend will begin processing for shipment on Tuesday, May 31st. Buy 5 Get 1 Free FuzziBunz!   Buy 5 Get 1 FuzziBunz applies to one size pocket diapers only.  You must purchase the special package  in order to get special pricing.  Normally priced at $116.70, grab 6 diapers for only $98.50! This is actually a rebate program offered by the manufacturer.  however, we are giving you the 6th diaper and taking care of. . .

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ChristianHistoricalFiction.com Up and Running!!!

Christian Historical Fiction

The purpose of this website is to be a melting pot of information about what is available in the genre of Christian Historical Fiction. Right now, I am posting about things I find out on my own, but hopefully will be able to in the future get people to tell me about what is latest and greatest. The blog here is open to any members to post reviews, giveaways, interviews and more. There is a page to share book trailers and links to authors and publishers to watch. My purpose is not to make this just another blog, but an interactive place to connect with others and add to our never ending to-be-read piles. Share with me your thoughts, hopes and desires for this page and help me make it great. This is just something for fun and there is no money-making involved. As a matter of fact it is. . .

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Pirose for Nursing

Invented by a nursing mother, Pirose is a lightweight, breathable nursing scarf like no other on the market. Designed for new mothers who refuse to sacrifice style for function, the revolutionary Pirose works as a multi-way nursing scarf and fashion accessory providing discreet coverage and a stylish touch.

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Too Rich For A Bride by Mona Hodgson – Review

Originally from my blog, A Book A Day. Too Rich For A Bride by Mona Hodgson I received a copy of this book from WaterBrook Multnomah through their Blogging For Books program. I am under no obligation to write a positive review, just an honest one. Too Rich For A Bride is the second book in the Sinclair Sisters of Cripple Creek series. I have not read the first book in the series, and while one can still read Too Rich For A Bride without reading the first book in the series first, I personally wish that I had started from the beginning. I feel like there are aspects of the second book that would have been more complete. Too Rich For A Bride mainly follows the story of Ida Sinclair who has just finished business school (though it was a really shaky ending when her professor tried to push. . .

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Tomorrow’s Garden by Amanda Cabot (Texas Dreams, #3)

As a seed awaits the spring sunshine, so one young woman hopes for a brighter tomorrow

Harriet Kirk is certain that becoming the new schoolteacher in Ladreville, Texas, is just what she needs–a chance to put the past behind her and give her younger siblings a brighter tomorrow. What she didn’t count on was the presence of handsome former Texas Ranger Lawrence Wood–or the way he affects her fragile heart. But can Harriet and Lawrence ever truly conquer the past in order to find happiness?

Book 3 in the Texas Dreams series, Tomorrow’s Garden is a powerful story of overcoming the odds and grabbing hold of happiness.

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Unbridled Hope (Book Three in the Lone Star Legends Series) by Loree Lough {Preview}

Callie Roberts’ life is turned upside down when her parents, older brother, and fiancé are killed in a steamboat boiler explosion that leaves her younger brother deaf. Callie survives with a scar from cheek to chin that serves as a daily haunting reminder of the tragedy for which she’s partly to blame. Hoping to put the past behind her, Callie moves to Eagle Pass, Texas, launches a successful business, and meets local rancher Micah Neville who is embroiled in a different kind of family drama. In an attempt to protect his cousin’s honor, Micah returns from what he told others was a business trip to San Antonio, with a baby boy in tow. He handles the gossip just fine, especially when Callie volunteers to help — and manages to capture his heart.

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