Kate Reynolds


Spain. Love, Honor, and Intrigue in the 16th Century.

This convent of nuns could sure use a miracle.

Spain, 1526. Enter Sister Ernestine, on the run from her past and hiding a secret that could change history. She thinks she can leave all that behind when she joins a quiet little convent, but her skills with numbers and accounting are desperately needed after the reverend mother makes a decision that threatens the future of the abbey. But with a dangerous enemy on her trail and a crooked priest seeking the convent’s downfall, her task seems impossible.

With the clock ticking, can Sister Ernestine protect her past and survive the rising threat within the abbey’s walls?


Perfect for fans of Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose, Laura Esquivel’s Like Water for Chocolate, and Carlos Ruiz Zafón’s The Shadow of the Wind, Ernestine is a must-read for anyone who loves a richly-drawn historical setting, a strong female protagonist, and a story that will stay with them long after the final page.

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Pheemie's War
In the heat of the Arizona desert, one girl's world is about to explode...

Phoenix, Arizona. 1942. Shy, sixteen-year-old Pheemie Longworth falls hard for Rafe, the rebellious Mexican-American school mechanic. But in the climate of war, their romance ignites prejudice and hatred.

When Pheemie’s father tries to bribe Rafe to abandon her, it fractures Pheemie’s world. Seeking escape, she plunges into wild adventures with her twin sister. But when Rafe and her own father ship out to war, Pheemie realizes she stands at a crossroads, and the choice she makes will determine her future.

Will she accept the constrained life her father envisions for her or can she salvage her dreams of college and independence?

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