Free religious fiction Kindle books for 14 Aug 18

The Unholy Mountain: a poem

by Trevor Fairbanks

THE DEVIL ONLY DEALS IN SILVER!!! With his father, the Reverend Malcolm Sykes, dies his only son, Wendell, finds himself lost in the world. Leaning on his sister, Rene and her atheist family, he makes a deal with Satan himself for the power to rescue his niece from their wicked influence. Now he and Abigail are on a pilgrimage to the promised land. They will climb The Unholy Mountain.
                THE UNHOLY MOUNTAIN is a single epic poem that slowly builds from stanza to stanza. The first stanza is one line. The ninety-fifth stanza is ninety-five lines.

Maybe God was an Irishman

by Bernie Donnelly

The complexities of religion, faith, love and tragedy overlap in the pages of Maybe God Was an Irishman, an entertaining and insightful novel by Bernie Donnelly. With a fascinating cast of peripheral characters and multiple storylines that brilliantly overlap, this is an expansive novel that stretches across oceans and philosophies, making it an addictive read for anyone who appreciates clever writing and heartfelt narratives.
Book-ending the novel is the story of Lee “the Skeptic” Thomas, whom readers are introduced to at the very start of the book. He is an investigative journalist for the NYT, who has personally experienced unimaginable tragedy in his life. However, his cynicism is shattered when he witnesses the truth of so-called “miracles” in Ireland, specifically in the work and life of Father Sean, whose birth was signaled in an unusual way.
As a whole, the novel centers on the real-world wonders that certain people are able to achieve through kindness, compassion, patience, and self-sacrifice. Perhaps there is such a thing as divine intervention and the gentle nudging of God, but the tangible miracles of good-hearted humans are often even more powerful. The end of this novel will leave readers uplifted and refreshed – spiritually, emotionally and philosophically – regardless of one’s particular religious beliefs or opinions. That is the sign of a truly great book. SPR review’17

Focus On Love (The Wardrobe series Book 2)

by Candee Fick

Free-spirited Elizabeth Foster turned her back on her father’s photography business to pursue musical theater, but a career on the stage remains second to a career behind the camera. The possibility of a one-show contract means she’s a few weeks from unemployment forcing her home, and her dreams of pursuing professional photography reemerge. With photography and theater opportunities unfolding before her, Elizabeth faces her biggest challenge yetâ??listening to her heart.

Meanwhile, sought-after photographer Ryan Callahan has put his career on hold to help his sister’s family, but the promise of a bigger assignment could lure him away so he can begin building a family of his own. With professional opportunities and personal obligations pulling at him, Ryan faces his toughest challengeâ??balancing family, relationships, and work.

If given the choice, what dreams would develop for Elizabeth and Ryan? And will they learn to trust each other enough to focus on love?

Written for the General Market (G) (I): Contains little or no; sexual dialogue or situations, violence, or strong language. May also contain some content of an inspirational/religious nature. Similar romance novels in this genre may be categorized as: christian romance, inspirational romance, christian fiction, and clean, wholesome romance.

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