Thursday, May 10, 2012

Harmony Trilogy by Nancy Mehl

Nancy Mehl has come out with an exciting new trilogy published through Barbour Publishing. 

Simple Secrets
Can graphic designer Gracie Temple have it all: the big city life and a job at a successful advertising firm? Just when she feels life coming together she receives an unknown uncle’s inheritance in a quiet Kansas Mennonite community. The house comes with a dark legacy and a cast of interesting neighbors, including farmer Sam Goodrich. Can Gracie shake off the dust of this town or will its secret charms pull her in to stay?

Simple Deceit
In the sequel to Simple Secrets, watch how a raging current of deceit runs through the once peaceful Mennonite community of Harmony, Kansas. As soon as Gracie decides to stay in town and take freelance work involving a local land developer, the townspeople blame her for bringing on this change that could ruin life as they know it. Gracie’s motives in romance with Sam, in helping an oppressed teenager, and in trying to make a living are all suddenly drawing suspicion. Should she leave or stay and fight for what she has come to love?
Simple Choices
Can city-girl Gracie temple find contentment in the small town of Harmony, Kansas--or will the pull of opportunities and unexpected events have her running back to Wichita? When freelance graphic designer Gracie brings Hannah Mueller, the bishop's rebellious daughter, home from art classes in the city, trouble follows. How will Gracie stand up under accusations that she's a bad influence on Hannah? When Gracie is offered a scholarship in the city, her fiancée, Sam Goodrich, is more than willing to postpone their wedding. Is this Sam's way of backing out of matrimony? What unforeseen event will change Gracie's life forever?

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Nancy Mehl lives in Wichita, Kansas with her husband Norman and their dog, Watson. She’s authored thirteen books and is currently at work on her newest series for Bethany House Publishing.

You can purchase Nancy's books online or find them in bookstores everywhere.