Bryn is determined to marry Geneva Rosemont, the beautiful vicar's daughter in his Welsh parish, despite being nearly engaged to the sensible Elizabeth Berkley. He is young, handsome, fickle where women are concerned, and the arrogant heir to the Palmer shipping fortune.
Geneva's parents also think she should settle into an idyllic marriage with Bryn, but the precocious Miss Rosemont is passionate about her teaching work at the Cardiff orphan mission and writing. She knows Bryn is not the man God has ordained for her. She is far too strong and independent for the likes of Bryn Palmer, even if he is the best catch in all of Wales.
When Bryn's indiscretions not only stand in the way of Geneva's ambitions but lead to a trail of broken hearts and friendships, Geneva is forced to consider accepting her aunt's invitation to America; a nation on the brink of war thousands of miles from home and cherished family.
Can she walk away from Bryn, a shipping empire, a man destined to inherit a vast fortune, her beloved Welsh family, and sacrifice everything she's ever known to begin a new life across the Atlantic Ocean? Through one ray of hope, will she dare to believe God has a good plan and a joy-filled life in store for her, even in the midst of suffering?
Annabelle flees Scotland after being beaten down by critical and harsh words spoken by someone close to her. Aunt Millie is up to her matchmaking efforts again and invites Annabelle to Kentucky to be courted by the handsome and eligible Balfour MacGregor, a Scottish American from Virginia residing in the guest cottage at Ridge and Geneva's plantation. Balfour has one condition. She should be willing to accompany him on the dangerous journey to Oregon when they're wed. Annabelle must continually find hope and courage from deep within and trust the Lord if she wants to find happiness and have a family and a husband of her own, even when things don't always turn out the way she wants. Now available at Amazon in paperback or Kindle version. Also available for Kindle Unlimited.
Lisa blends the world of southern belles with English aristocracy, Welshmen, and Scottish villagers in her own unique style with the story of Victoria, Volume 3 in the Brides of Grace Hill. Victoria has grown up on the Kentucky meadows and fields of Grace Hill and Sarah Rose Hall, surviving the Great War with her family, unscathed. She’s beautiful, vivacious, and swarmed by one beau after another.
None of them have held her heart captive like Lieutenant Langford does for her sister, Rose. When Langford appears to be drawn to Victoria, there’s sure to be trouble. Ridge and Geneva, alarmed by the tension in the household amongst their daughters and hoping their youngest will find the strength of her faith, decide a Grand Tour is in store for Victoria. Will their idea happen in time to mend broken hearts?https://www.amazon.com/Victoria-Finding-Faith-Brides-Grace-ebook/dp/B07NQ63M3K/