Best Alison Heart books

The Heart of Memory: A Novel

Alison Strobel

Best price for this book: $ 4.99


When beloved Christian writer and speaker Savannah Trover becomes gravely ill, she has to face the sham that her faith has become. Days before her heart transplant, she vows to change her ways and she renews her relationship with Christ. But when she awakens from the surgery, Savannah discovers that her faith has left her completely. Savannah’s husband, Shaun, is concerned about his wife's odd behavior—and even more concerned about the secret he’s keeping from her. If she doesn't bring down their ministry, then he might, losing his family in the process. A stranger may hold the answer to Savannah's recovery, but is Savannah strong enough to return to her old way of life? Can Shaun right his wrongs before word gets out? And do either one of them remember how to be who they once were—or who they want to be? In this latest relational drama from Alison Strobel, readers will explore the difference between emotional faith and life-giving truth as Savannah wonders if she can ever trust her heart again.

Broken Hearts and New Creations: Intimations of a Great Reversal

James Alison

Best price for this book: $ 10.94

Following Aquinas and Girard, Alison plumbs the depth of human nature to demonstrate that religious truths are truths we must experience in our own lives.>

Near to the Wild Heart (Ndp; 1225)

Clarice Lispector

Best price for this book: $ 10.55


This new translation of Clarice Lispector's sensational first book tells the story of a middle class woman's life from childhood through an unhappy marriage and its dissolution to transcendence.

Near to the Wild Heart, published in Rio de Janeiro in 1943, introduced Brazil to what one writer called “Hurricane Clarice”: a twenty-three-year-old girl who wrote her first book in a tiny rented room and then baptized it with a title taken from Joyce: “He was alone, unheeded, near to the wild heart of life.”

The book was an unprecedented sensation ― the discovery of a genius. Narrative epiphanies and interior monologue frame the life of Joana, from her middle-class childhood through her unhappy marriage and its dissolution to transcendence, when she proclaims: “I shall arise as strong and comely as a young colt.”


Alison J Blackburn

Best price for this book: $ 9.95

In the coastal town of Point Havers, Oregon, a fire destroys a century old library and the town needs a replacement. A woman of privilege, Hester McCall, manipulates the eminent domain process to take a prime piece of water view property belonging to an emotionally shaky, but determined Justine Gates. Hester McCall's only son, tormented, flawed Connor McCall, and the young man who care-takes the desired property, Delaware Clemens, along with Justine Gates fight back, challenging themselves to find the hidden truths that will alter their futures forever.

The Heart of Change: Real-Life Stories of How People Change Their Organizations

John P. Kotter

Best price for this book: $ 13.52

If you’ve read John Kotter’s worldwide bestseller Leading Change, this should be the next book on your list. The Heart of Change—now with refreshed packaging—is the engaging and practical follow-up to Leading Change, unveiling a framework to help you implement the change Kotter talks about.

The authors argue that change initiatives fail because teams rely on the wrong information—too much data gathering and analysis instead of a creative approach that actually motivates useful action. In the book, Kotter and coauthor Dan Cohen illustrate how transformational change actually happens, using stories from more than 100 organizations to show what works. They introduce the see-feel-change dynamic to propel people into the action that’s needed for true transformation.

Refreshingly frank and continuously useful, The Heart of Change will help your organization change successfully.

A Place in My Heart

Mary Grossnickle

Best price for this book: $ 9.14


Who are my birthparents? Is it okay to think about them? Can I care about all of my parents at once?

A Place in My Heart tells the simple story of Charlie, a chipmunk adopted by a family of squirrels, who starts to wonder about his birthparents. At first he is scared that this might upset his family but feels much better when he talks to his mother. The story reassures children that it is okay to ask questions about their birthparents without upsetting their “forever” (adoptive) parents.

This fully illustrated picture book for adopted children aged 2-5 gives you an opportunity to discuss adoption, birthparents, and the fact that our hearts are big enough to hold everyone we care about.

Regions of the Heart: The Triumph and Tragedy of Alison Hargreaves (Adventure Press)

David Rose

Best price for this book: $ 9.69

Recounts the life of a mountaineer who climbed Everest alone, and describes the furor after her death on K2, because she was also the mother of two children.

Twin Surprise for the Italian Doc (Rescued Hearts)

Alison Roberts

Best price for this book: $ 6.25

It started with just one night…

But Dr. Matteo Martini is in for a double surprise!

Paramedic Georgia Bennett has never forgotten the night of no strings she shared with delectable Matteo, but never expected it would lead to the most surprising of consequences. And as he walks toward her at her best friend Kate’s wedding, Georgia knows she has to tell him the truth…

A House to Mend a Broken Heart (Welcome to Willow Tree Hall)

Alison Sherlock

Best price for this book: $ 0


Everyone is hiding from something...

Full of warmth, laughter, tears and heartache. Find out if there is a happy-ever-after at Willow Tree Hall. Perfect for the fans of Milly Johnson and Lucy Diamond.

Willow Tree Hall has seen much better days and has been the proud ancestral home of the Earl and Countess of Cranley for centuries.

With no qualifications and escaping her past Annie Rogers takes the job as housekeeper to widowed Arthur, the charming current Earl of Cranley. After a bad fall puts Arthur in hospital, it's up to his reluctant heir, Sam Harris, to lend a helping hand and try to find a sustainable future for the Estate.

With the house requiring a full renovation, Annie suddenly finds herself completely out of her depth with a team of dodgy builders and Sam watching critically from the side-lines.

With Sam running from his past and Annie hiding from hers, just maybe together they can bring Willow Tree Hall back to life.

The start of a beautiful new series focussing on the lives and loves, trials and tribulations of all those who live and work at Willow Tree Hall.

Young At Heart: The Likes and Life of a Teenager with Progeria

Hayley Okines

Best price for this book: $ 16.94

The amazing life of Britain’s ‘oldest’ teen
Hayley Okines is just like any other teenager: she loves clothes, shopping, and boy bands, and hates getting up in the morning. But she has progeria, which means her body ages eight times faster than normal, giving her the body of a 126-year-old. Her positive attitude and infectious smile have charmed millions of people through her Extraordinary People TV documentaries.

Now in Young at Heart, Hayley continues her unusual life story, which began with Old Before My Time. About to turn 17, she reflects on the pains and perks of growing up with progeria – from the heartbreak of being told she will never walk again to the delight of passing her exams and starting college. Hayley considers mood swings, marriage, music, and what it’s like to be ‘famous’.