Free religious fiction Kindle books for 11 Dec 15

Lost & Found (Brides of Redemption Book 3)

by Jan Holly

Sometimes you have to get lost before you can find your way home.

Trapped under the thumb of those who don’t care and those who just want to exploit her, Addie’s days in the poorhouse are filled with fear and humiliation.

When a mail order bride changes her mind in front of her at the train station, an opportunity presents itself: a chance to escape. Addie doesn’t mean to travel a path of deception, but as each mile passes, getting further and further away from constant fear makes her want to keep on going.

Although she feels ashamed doing so, Addie reads the letters from the young woman’s suitor, and makes a choice to assume her identity, just long enough to get someplace safe.

As she arrives in the Wild West, her knot of deception grows tighter and bigger. And when she begins to fall in love with the lawman who was intended for the other woman, how far will Addie go before the truth is revealed?

And what will it take before she realizes she is never too lost to find her way to where she is supposed to be?

A standalone novella, Lost & Found is a sweet, historical, inspirational romance with a Christian worldview.

Malchus (Upward Way Chronicles Book 2)

by Madeline Brock

In a world where everyone has something to say, Malchus Hemmings has nothing to offer but silence. His alcoholic father has no patience for his mute son and throws Malchus out of the house at only five years of age. The lad adapts to life on the streetsâ??and survives by scrounging and begging. He neither seeks nor welcomes companionship until four years later, when he is faced with a choice.

After stumbling into the crude living quarters of two orphan boys during a storm, he is offered a bed for the night. In an instant, the young Hemmings is drawn to the charismatic “Darby,” who is two years older and takes Malchus’ inability to speak in stride. Jim, a sullen ten-year-old, grudgingly accepts the newcomer into their partnership.

Life becomes a series of ups and downs as Hemmings learns the art of thievery from his companions. He suffers abuse from other street children, murderous gang leaders, and his own father, who seems to lurk in every shadow. Malchus longs to be forgiven of God but is held back by his burden of sin. When the chilling hand of death strikes a severe blow to the young man, his fragile faith falters and Hemmings comes to the end of himself.

With both his soul and life on the line, Malchus realizes his desperate need for a savior.

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