Category Archives: Christian Fiction

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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No Dark Valley

Celia is a director of an art gallery. Having lost her parents in an auto accident as a young teen, she spent her tumultuous high school years with a emotionally hardened but determined grandmother, a grandmother who not only has … Continue reading

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To See the Moon Again

In many ways, this book is a sad story. Julia is an English Literature professor, recovering from the recent death of her husband Matthew. Her parents were not the most nurturing parents; in fact, her father was hard to please … Continue reading

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Evidence of Mercy

Loved this one by Terri Blackstock! Jake is self-assured, financially secure, confident with the ladies, and he takes pride in his red Porsche. An airline pilot, he knows there is just one thing he needs; “…he tried to concentrate on … Continue reading

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The Painter’s Daughter

After reading two heavily-intense Civil War books by Michael and Jeff Shaara, I wanted something light and entertaining. Finding this on the “New” shelf at my local library, I picked up Julie Klassen’s “The Painter’s Daughter”. This Regency-era novel set … Continue reading

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