Thursday, February 25, 2010

From The Vault

This Week's Chosen Title:

A Single Rose
by Pamela Griffin

Heartsong Presents #586
ISBN: 9781593101145

A cat burglar is at large and he always leaves a yellow rose at the scene of his crime. Florist Marissa Hughes becomes suspicious of Wadleyville's newest resident, a handsome Latino who routinely requests a single yellow rose when he visits her shop. Marissa believes something's amiss - could he be the town's notorious thief? Antonio Ramirez is starting over after a less-than-stellar acting career in Hollywood. He's traded in the fast-paced, West Coast life for a quiet existence in rural Ohio. Soon, though, he's star-struck by the timid owner of the local floral shop. But why won't she allow him to be more than her friend? Is Antonio guilty of stealing more than Marissa's heart? Can the Lord's truth overcome some incriminating coincidences? Fall in love with this inspiring love story and our entire collection of Christian romance novels from Heartsong Presents!

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Have you read one of Pamela's Heartsongs and which title is your favorite?


  1. I have only read Cara Putman's Heartsong work, but I loved her Captive Dreams. :) This book looks good! Love the cover.


  2. Pamela has been writing for Heartsong for over a decade and has won numerous awards. I have the privilege of knowing her personally, and her heart for God is the first thing you notice. That and her long flowing locks. I'd encourage you to pick up any one of her books. And when you finish that, try another. She's a great storyteller.

  3. I haven't read Pamela Griffin. How many books does she have out? Where can I get a list?

  4. I've read several of Pamela's books, but my favorite so far has been "Heart Appearances". I just loved Darcy! She was a fun character to read about.

  5. Carmen,

    Go to go to and you can find a list of Pamela's titles.

  6. I think this book definitely has an engaging premise! I like the white rose hook!