Biography

Maureen Lang

Maureen Lang is the award-winning author of more than 10 novels. She's always had a passion for writing, particularly stories that combine romance and history. After writing for the general market for several years, she wrote her debut inspirational novel, PIECES OF SILVER, which was a Christy Award finalist in the historical category. She has since written seven novels, including a recent trilogy of romances set against the dramatic backdrop of WWI --- LOOK TO THE EAST, WHISPER ON THE WIND and SPRINGTIME OF THE SPIRIT. She turns to more peaceful (though no less dramatic) times in BEES IN THE BUTTERFLY GARDEN, which is set among Fifth Avenue's finest during the Gilded Age of New York.

In addition to critical acclaim, Maureen's writing has garnered numerous industry honors. She has won the Romance Writers of America Golden Heart award, the Inspirational Reader's Choice Contest, and a Holt Medallion, and has been a finalist for Romance Writers of America's Rita, the American Christian Fiction Writers' Carol awards, and the Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence. Visit her online at www.maureenlang.com.

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Books by Maureen Lang

by Maureen Lang - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Romance, Romance

Dessa Caldwell dreams of opening Pierson House, a refuge for former prostitutes in Denver’s roughest neighborhood. Her last hope for a loan hinges on the owner of Hawkins National Bank. Henry Hawkins has a secret: though he owns the most successful bank in town, his initial capital came from three successful raids on Wells Fargo coaches. Now he’s the most eligible bachelor in Denver, but to protect his criminal past, he’s built a fortress around his heart. Not even the boldest matchmaking mother can tempt him...until the day Dessa ventures into his bank requesting a loan.

by Maureen Lang - Christian, Christian Fiction, Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Romance, Romance

Ian Maguire is determined to stop Meg Davenport from following in her father’s footsteps. He was, after all, a thief. But considering Ian learned everything he knows from Meg’s father, he may not be able to convince her otherwise, not even when they both end up over their heads in the biggest heist of Ian’s unlawful career. In trying to gain everything, will they end up losing it all?