Amy Harmon books in order
Amy Harmon is an American Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and New York Times Bestselling author.
Amy knew she wanted to become a writer from a very early age, often spending her time writing songs and stories as she grew.
Having being raised in the middle of wheat fields, with no television, certainly played a huge role in helping Amy develop a strong sense of what makes a good story, considering how books and her siblings were her only entertainment.
Her books have been published in eighteen languages, which is quite the achievement for a small country girl from Utah.
Genres: Fantasy / SF, Historical Fiction, Romance, Young Adult
- Running Barefoot (2012)
- A Different Blue (2013)
- Making Faces (2013)
- Infinity One (2014)
- From Sand and Ash (2016)
- The Smallest Part (2018)
- What the Wind Knows (2019)
- The First Girl Child (2019)
- Prom Night in Purgatory (2012)
- Slow Dance in Purgatory (2012)
The Bird and the Sword Chronicles
- The Bird and the Sword (2016)
- The Queen and the Cure (2017)
The Law of Moses Series
- The Law of Moses (2014)
- The Song of David (2015)
Detailed book overview
An unexpected friendship is formed when Josie Jensen, a peculiar 13-year-old musical genius, crosses paths with a muddled and irate 18-year-old Navajo boy named Samuel Yates.
Josie enlightens Samuel about words, music, and friendship, with the two sharing a lot in common along the way.
However after graduation, Samuel leaves the tiny town in a bid to make something of himself, abandoning his young mentor in the process.
Samuel returns to the small town several years later, only to find his old friend in need of the same things she offered him years before.
With their roles reversed, it’s now upon Samuel to teach Josie about life, love and letting go.
"From a nobody to somebody."
Blue Echohawk has no idea who she is. She neither knows her real name nor does she know when she was born.
Raised by a vagrant after being abandoned at the age of two, she wasn’t able to attend school until she was ten years old.
Aged nineteen, when most of her peers are either attending college or moving on with life, Blue is still a mere senior in high school.
With no parents, no faith, and certainly no future, Blue Echohawk is a difficult student.
Openly sexy and hard as nails, she couldn't be any different from the young British teacher who makes it his mission to change her for the better.
Gigantic and masculine, with long hair and piercing eyes, Ambrose Young was a marvel to look at.
He had the kind of looks that could be found on the covers of romance novels, and Fern Taylor would know given how she had been reading them since she was thirteen.
Ambrose was so attractive that Fern thought he was way out of her league, until he wasn't attractive anymore.
Five youthful men from a tiny town go off to war, and only one comes back.
This is a moving story of loss, both collective and individual loss: loss of beauty, loss of life and loss of identity.
Rich, gorgeous and famous, Bonnie Rae Shelby is living the superstar life—except she wants to die.
Smart, wounded and shockingly cynical, Finn Clyde is a nobody who just wants a chance at life.
One girl. One boy. An act of sympathy and a strange set of circumstances.
A choice has to be made – either walking away or offering a helping hand and risking it all.
With that choice, a man with a past and a girl who is scared of the future begin a race time in an adventure full of heartache, humor, misunderstanding and revelation.
The journey will not only change their lives, but could very well also cost them their lives.
The year is 1943 in Italy. It’s World War II. The Jewish population is endangered, with German forces in much of the country.
Childhood friends Eva Rosselli and Angelo Bianco find themselves falling in love with time, until Angelo joins the priesthood.
More than a decade later, Angelo is now a Catholic priest while Eva is a lost woman.
With the threat of Gestapo becoming realer, Angelo shelters Eva in a convent where she discovers that she is among the many Jews offered refuge by the Catholic Church.
But as the trials become many, and destiny and fortune finally collide, Eva and Angelo will be left with the hardest of choices.
It was the biggest lie she had ever told.
When asked by Cora if she was in love with Noah, Mercedes utterly denied it.
Had it been anyone else, she would have put on her confident face, poured out her feelings and claimed her man.
But because it was Cora, Mercedes lied for the simple reason that her gorgeous, bold and wounded friend loved Noah too.
And with that lie, she chose her destiny—losing the one man she loved.
A best friend, a bridesmaid and a godmother, she was always there through thick and thin.
The Smallest Part is the story of the girl who didn’t get the guy.
Growing up, Anne Gallagher was always fascinated by her grandfather’s tales of Ireland. So when he passes on, she travels to his childhood home to spread his ashes.
The year is 1921 and Ireland is on the verge of war.
Hurt and disoriented, Anne finds herself under the care of Dr. Thomas Smith, guardian to a young and strangely familiar boy.
Mistaken to be the long-lost mother of the boy, Anne takes up her identity, convinced the woman’s disappearance is connected to her own.
Stuck between history and her heart, Anne must decide if she’s willing to forgo the life she knew for a love she never thought possible.
Bayr of Saylok, the illegitimate son of a mighty and jealous chieftain, is haunted by the curse once unleashed by his dying mother.
Brought up among the Keepers at Temple Hill, Bayr is blessed with supernatural strength and a big heart determined to protect Alba—the first girl child born in nearly two decades and the hero of a country in danger.
With war looming, the fate of Saylok is at the hands of Alba and Bayr.
What the two however don’t know is that they threaten the king, a selfish man whose throne is built on lies, murder, and treachery.
Will Alba and Bayr be able to reclaim their land given that breaking the curse and defeating the king could very well see them destroy their own lives?
Where does before end and after begin?
Johnny Kinross is a boy trapped in time.
Originally from the 1950s, a boy trapped in time, and Maggie is the girl who loves him.
The two are unexpectedly given a second chance at life and love.
However freed from Purgatory, Johnny finds himself in a completely different time and place, one full of strangers.
From one unsolved mystery to another, and Johnny and Maggie must uncover the past in order to have any chance at a future.
The year is 1958.
A life is lost and Johnny Kinross goes missing after chaos ensues outside the brand new high school in Honeyville, Texas.
Someone however finds him in 2010.
Orphaned at the age of ten, 17-year-old Maggie O'Bannon finally finds a safe haven with her elderly aunt in a tiny Texas town.
Working part-time as a school janitor, she becomes entwined in a half-a-century-long tragedy where nothing is what it seems and the boy of her dreams might disappear when the bell rings.
Maggie, not for the first time, finds herself struggling to hold on to yet another person she is destined to lose.
The Bird and the Sword Chronicles
My mother made a shocking prophecy on the day that she was murdered. I would never speak again, and if I died, my father would similarly die. As for the king, he would trade his soul and lose his son to the sky.
Considering that he has a claim to the throne, my father patiently waits for the fulfillment of my mother’s predictions. He so desperately wants to be king, while I on the other hand just want to be free.
Shackled by my mother’s curse and my father’s greed, freedom is hard to come by.
In a land of scarce enchantment, love might be the only magic left. But who could ever love a bird?
Being the bastard son of the late King Zoltev, Kjell of Jeru neither envied his brother nor aspired to be king.
The Law of Moses Series
He was found wrapped in a towel and placed in a laundry basket at the Quick Wash, too close after birth and too close to death.
By the time I met him, my mom had told me everything I needed to know.
Moses was a crack baby and nobody wanted anything to do with him. Babies however grow up to be teenagers and no one wants a messed up teenager.
Moses was indeed messed up. A peculiar and good-looking man, being with him would change my life beyond my wildest dreams.
Warned by my mom and even Moses himself, I never heeded.
And so begins a story of pain and promise, of heartbreak and healing, and of life and death.
I've been throwing punches ever since I won my first fight aged eleven.
For some, heaven is full of majestic choirs, endless white and your loved ones waiting. As for me, heaven was the sound of the bell at the beginning of a round.
The octagon was my heaven, until I met Millie.
I was convinced I loved her from the moment I saw her standing perfectly still in the middle of a crowded room.
How could it be that nobody noticed her, yet she was the first thing I saw?
The octagon was my heaven and she was my angel who taught me that the most important battles are the ones we don’t think we can win.