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Religious Fiction

Toni Shiloh’s In Search of a Prince is just a rehash of a classic tale.  You know the one where a regular person discovers that she is actually a princess of a far-off land and will become queen one d…
Jesse and Abigail are Jewish but they believe in the Messiah, Jesus Christ.  They live in a world controlled by the Romans and hostile to Christians.  Through all of life's challenges, Jesse…
This story clearly conveys the message that God is wise and each of us is made in His image.  Being different is okay because we have God to help us overcome our challenges.  Written in a li…
A Borrowed Dream is Amanda Cabot's second book in the Cimarron Creek Trilogy.  Reading the first book gives readers more background of the peripheral characters, but not having read it will …
The Devoted is the third book in The Bishop's Family Series.  This series by Suzanne Woods Fisher is a sequel series to The Inn at Eagle Hill Series.  It is not necessary to r…
The Dandelion Field by Kathryn Springer tackles heavy topics such as teen pregnancy and loss of a parent and spouse.  The characters in this novel are very definitely religious and their rel…
Code Word is the sixth book in the Saint Squad series by Traci Hunter Abramson.  Those who are familiar with Abramson's work will find this book to be more of the same.  It is recommend…
Dawn Comes Early is the first book in the Last Chance Ranch series.  Margaret Brownley is clearly not writing this story with the intention of strictly adhering to reality.  In fact, this tale seems t…
Written for an older audience, Daisy talks about the ups and downs of motherhood.  The raw expression and lack of "happily ever after" sentiment sets it apart from other LDS novels. The brutal honesty…
Tamera Alexander transports readers to the heart of the Colorado Rockies with her vivid and realistic descriptions.  This second book in the Timber Ridge Reflections series masterfully contrasts incre…
Carla Kelly has written a very charming page turner that makes me want to cook from scratch and dress my husband in Wranglers. The narrator, who maybe unintentionally seems younger than her 28 years, …