The first one is A Sounding Brass by Shelley Bates. Shelley is a good friend of mine and an awesome writer! Here's what the back cover says:
Claire Montoya's life doesn't fit her anyore. Brought up in a strict church in the small town of Hamilton Falls, Claire has seen disgrace fall on the leaders she trusted and watched her friends reject their faith.
When Luke Fisher is invited to preach at one of their gatherings, Claire finds herself drawn to the handsome radio evangelist. She joins his radio station staff as a bookkeeper and, although she initially enjoys taking part in Luke's vision for the community, she begins to realize that certain things about this powerful personality don't add up. Complicating matters, investigaor Ray Harper is hanging around the studio asking disturbing questions--and making an impression of his own on young Claire.
All the Tea in China by Jane Orcutt
Though well-bred, fashionable, and educated, Isabella Goodrich feels useless as a spinster in a world of matchmaking and social gatherings. She'd rather be practicing her skills at the sword and discussing philosophy than making painful small talk at ridiculous parties.
Then Isabella meets the mysterious Phineas Snowe, and she becomes convinced she is meant to follow him to the mission fields of the Orient. As a woman with an independent nature, she sneaks away and boards a ship to China. What she discovers about her companion and the world beyond Britain's shores draws her into a greater quest, and deeper love, than she could have imagined.
I've read both these books and they are excellent. If you'd like to be entered to win one of them, please leave a comment with your email address (so I can contact you!) and tell me which one you'd prefer! I'll draw 2 names next Monday.