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Tricia Goyer


Tricia Goyer

USA Today bestselling author Tricia Goyer is the author of 35 books, including the three-book Seven Brides for Seven Bachelors series. She has written over 500 articles for national publications and blogs for high traffic sites like and Tricia and her husband John live in Little Rock, Arkansas, where Tricia coordinates a Teen MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) group. They have six children.

Tricia Goyer

Books by Tricia Goyer

by Tricia Goyer - Christian, Christian Life, Christian Life/Inspirational

Everything changes the day you discover you're going to be a mom. While you wouldn't trade your child for the world, some days are just hard. A mom at age 17, Tricia remembers what it felt like to carry the weight of the world on your shoulders. In TEEN MOM, Tricia pours out her heart and shares advice for the hard things you face. She also longs to provide encouragement, reminding you that you can be the mom your child deserves --- not in your own strength, but in the strength God provides.

by Tricia Goyer - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction, Historical Fiction, Holiday

Born in the midst of the hardships of The Great Depression, Rose grew up in Berlin, Ohio, in the arms of a loving Amish family. But she is overwhelmed by self-doubt when she learns that she was born Englisch and abandoned when her family moved West in search of work. Was she meant to be Amish, or would she have been better off growing up with her own kind --- Englischers?

by Tricia Goyer - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction, Romance

In THE MEMORY JAR, part of the Seven Brides for Seven Bachelors series, we visit a small Amish community in West Kootenai, Montana, where for the past 10 years, Sarah Shelter has been passed over by the young Amish men who arrive there each year. A tragedy has closed her heart --- until she meets Jathan Schrock.

by Tricia Goyer and Mike Yorkey - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction, Historical Mystery, Historical Thriller, Mystery, Suspense, Thriller

It is August 1944 and Paris is on the cusp of liberation. As the soldiers of the Third Reich flee the Allied advance, they ravage the country, stealing countless pieces of art. Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring will stop at nothing to claim the most valuable one of all, the Mona Lisa, as a post-war bargaining chip to get him to South America.