Category Archives: Christian novels

Heart Pounding Christian Thriller

From the very first pages of Lone Witness by Rachel Dylan, my heart was pounding in my chest. Not from the book being scary by any means, but because this book is very face paced and contains a lot of … Continue reading

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When All Seems Lost, There is The Road Home

Lena Rose has what would be considered the perfect Amish life: a great family, a good church district, a beau with a chance of spending the rest of her life with. She is especially close with her family and as … Continue reading

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A Girl, a Brand, and a Run for Her Life

As a 13 year old girl, Moriyah and her friend Alanah were taken as captive in Jericho before the walls fell and Moriyah was branded by the Canaanite pagan priestess to be a temple slave, before Alanah came in to … Continue reading

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A Charming Historical Romance

Lovely Lola Bell has been the dance hall singer at the Cat-Eye Saloon for years and is secure in her position and has fans that adore her, until the saloon’s owner, Tim-Bob, brings a newer, younger singer in to take … Continue reading

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Comedy and Romance Rolled into One

When you are the paid companion to an elderly lady who has a bad habit of “borrowing” expensive items and requesting that you return them to their rightful places at another time, it causes you to look mischievous and causes … Continue reading

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Two Interesting Stories Woven into One

Three years ago, Jessica Bachmann left the Amish way of life and her family because of a clash with her half-brother on how to best utilize their farmland upon their father’s passing. Once in the English world, she begins researching … Continue reading

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Proving to be Another Good Book from Beverly Lewis

Mandy and Josiah. Best friends. Inseparable. Other than Mandy’s twin, Arie Mae, Josiah had been the closest friend she had growing up and the boy that she hoped she would some day marry. When Mandy catches her twin with him, … Continue reading

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