Tag: Christian fiction

Bookers on the Rocks by Chautona Havig Celebrate Lit Tour

About the Book and Audiobook Book: Bookers on the Rocks Author: Chautona Havig and Christa DelSorbo Genre: Christian Contemporary Women’s Fiction Release date: February 23, 2021 If it ain’t broke, why’s she so intent on fixing it? For 25 years, Tessa Booker has insisted that romance is something Hollywood cooked up to sell books and movies. Yes, she knows […]

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Over Her Head by J.L. Crosswhite

About The Book Book: Over Her Head: In the Shadow Author: JL Crosswhite Genre: Christian Romantic Suspense Release date: June 21, 2021 She’s working on a new start… …He’s trying a new work venture. Can they build a relationship that fits their new life? Fresh out of cosmetology school Jessica and whiz software engineer Austin have been thrown together […]

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Stealing the First Mate by Tabitha Bouldin

About the Book Book: Stealing the First Mate Author: Tabitha Bouldin Genre: Christian Contemporary Romance Release date: June 29, 2021 Sometimes, happily ever after is as elusive as a pirate’s treasure. Darcy Riggins dove headfirst into the online dating pool and sank. Every time. Her lifelong dream of becoming a wife and mother becomes more elusive every year. So, […]

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To Save a King by Rachel Hauck

About the Book Book:  To Save A King Author: Rachel Hauck Genre: Christian Royal Romance Release date: May 8, 2021 A modern-day fairytale of rescue and hope from NYT bestselling author Rachel Hauck Growing up in small town Hearts Bend, Tennessee, Gemma Stone had big dreams. So she headed to Hollywood to make her mark in the world. But […]

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Christians and romance

Romance for Christians?: Should Christians Read Romantic Lines?

Romance has come a long way. Or has it? For fun, I decided to compare two contemporary Christian romances. This is one that I read 25 years ago. The book? Lori Wick’s Sophie’s Heart. This quote is from a book that I finished yesterday. Hadley Beckett’s Next Dish by Bethany Turner. To be clear, I […]

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Rachel Scott McDaniel

Above the Fold: Lines about Rachel Scott McDaniel’s Debut Novel

Above the Fold provides readers with a glimpse into the competitive world of journalism, especially if you happen to be a woman, in the Roaring Twenties. Rachel Scott McDaniel’s debut novel is a Christian historical fiction selection. I highly recommend it. What makes this book a great story is all of the included elements: suspense, […]

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Christian Writer Jenn Faulk

The Written Lines of Jenn Faulk

Jnnn Faulk writes Christian romances. Before you dismiss her books, please know that this does not mean passionate or cheesy scenes. Instead her focus includes how people connect in the light of how Christ impacts our lives. How the main characters come into their relationship status varies with every book.  I started out of my […]

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The Written Lines of Susan May Warren

I have a list of authors that I consistently look for.  One of my very favorites is Susan May Warren!  I think I read her first series fairly soon after it was released.  What I appreciate about her books …     +  She writes what she knows. Mostly. I am not sure that she has […]

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Delayed justice

Delayed Justice: Lines about Book 3 in the Hidden Justice Series by Cara Putman

Another great book by Cara Putman – an affiliate link is included in case you want to purchase the Delayed Justice for yourself! How can anyone move past a traumatic experience?  That is the issue that Jamie Nichols has to tackle. She is a successful lawyer who thought she had moved on from her childhood […]

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The Written Lines of Dani Pettrey

This week I am introducing you to the second author with a novella in the book, Sins of the Past, and her name is Dani Pettrey.  Because Dani happens to have homeschooled her children (at least for a season), I feel a natural affinity for her writing.  That and the fact that she does write […]

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