CBA and ECPA Bestselling author, Janet Lee Barton is a Romantic Times Book of the Year winner as well as a multiple ACFW Carol Award nominee. Janet was born in New Mexico and has lived all over the South. She and her husband now call Oklahoma home and have recently downsized to a condo, which they love. When Janet isn’t writing or reading, she loves to cook for family, work in her small garden, travel and sew. She writes both Historical and Contemporary romance, and loves writing about faith, families, friends and of course, falling in love.
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Can Elise find true love twice in her lifetime?
Recently widowed, Elise Morgan and her mother-in-law, Frieda, have built a life together in Denver. But when Frieda decides to live with her other son, Elise is torn. She knows she should move on, but what will life hold for her, alone in Denver?
Derrick has loved Elise forever, it seems. When she married his brother, Derrick left town and moved to New Mexico to avoid the pain of seeing them together. Now is brother is gone, but can Derrick rightfully dream of a future with Elise?
Will God use a frail mother to draw these two lonely hearts together? AMAZON
When Emma Hanson promises a dying single mother that she will take care of her child, the town of Roswell takes sides. Most of the men say Emma can’t manage—after all, she has a restaurant to run. But the townswomen have rallied to her cause, helping out as best they can. However, when the underhanded councilman Douglas Harper plots to take Mandy away, and even Deputy Matthew Johnson—the man Emma thought might stand by her side—seems to agree with the men, Emma decides to take the advice of one of the women in town and places an ad in the papers for a mail-order husband. After all, Harper did say if she were married, Mandy’s custody wouldn’t be an issue. Can Emma trust God to bring her the right man? Can she learn to deny her heart in order to make good on her promise. AMAZON
Jeb will never settle down.
At least that’s what Beth’s husband-to-be always said about his cowboy brother, Jeb. Since Harland’s death, Beth has worked to create a home for Harland’s two young children, Cassie and Lucas. Now, it seems that Jeb is coming to claim the only family he has left—and Beth’s heart is broken at her loss.
When Jeb rides into town, though, Beth’s traitorous heart pushes all questions of his wanderlust, and she enjoys getting to know this exciting man.
Will Jeb live up to his reputation and uproot the children Beth has come to love—as well as her affections? Or can he be persuaded to call Roswell home? AMAZON
ARE SOME HURTS BEYOND MENDING?
When John Harper arrives in Roswell to settle his Uncle Douglas’s estate, it’s to find he is not welcome. His name seems to bring fear and loathing to the townspeople. Yet, from his correspondence, his uncle lauded himself as a champion for the New Mexico Territory.
Darcie Malone is appalled when she finds her mother rented a room to the nephew of the man she blames for her father’s death. Oh, not through weapons, but through stress and worry. Douglas Harper drove her father into his grave, and for that, no restitution is possible—not even with the man’s nephew—no matter how attracted she might be to him.
John finds himself falling for Darcie Malone as she tries to distance herself from him. But how can he blame her, when he learns how evil his uncle was?
Will Darcie allow the love of God to bring about forgiveness and reconciliation? Can she ever see John as a man who desires to make amends and a future with her? AMAZON