Category Archives: Christian Fiction

Winter Birds

Sophie Hess is the last of her family. Her parents and both sisters have been gone for some years now. Reduced to the realization that she will soon be cast upon others for her aging body, she comes up with … Continue reading

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The Masterpiece

I couldn’t wait to read Francine Rivers’ newest publication and I wasn’t disappointed! “The Masterpiece” has a LOT in it to love. Roman Velasco is a famous artist and a former gang member. His journey from rebellion, graffiti and despair … Continue reading

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The Scarlet Thread

I picked up this book off my shelf and thoroughly enjoyed the re-read as it’s been a few years and I’d forgotten much of it. Not an easy novel to classify, “The Scarlet Thread” is part contemporary, part Christian, and … Continue reading

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If I Gained the World

Lenore has a toddler-age son, Scott, and she is still waiting for Daniel, Scott’s father, to marry her. When she presses him and he hesitates too long, she decides she can no longer wait… and so she leaves. The amazing … Continue reading

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A Rush of Wings

Noelle St. Clair is fleeing her life as a pampered, sheltered ‘rich kid’ and has nowhere to go. Unable to use her credit cards or cell phone (she doesn’t want to be traced), she places two thousand dollars in cash … Continue reading

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And the Shofar Blew

Trapped between the huge success of his father’s ministry and his unending search for the acceptance and self-esteem missing from his childhood, Paul Hudson is on a mission… but is the road to success as straightforward as he thinks? Wounding … Continue reading

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Leota’s Garden

Leota Reinhardt is in her eighties. She has a son George, and a daughter Eleanor, neither of whom keep in touch with her very often, and so she lives alone struggling to keep up her house and do simple tasks … Continue reading

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