Free religious fiction Kindle books for 14 Sep 18

Off Script: A Monkey & Me Novel

by Liv Bartlet

“I kissed Edward Wolverton once. It was everything it was supposed to beâ??and then some… maybe I’ll kiss him again.”

Mormon TV Producer Bea Douglas’s last confession to her former business partner and ex-best friend wasn’t meant to tempt the fates. She’s eager to escape the hypocrisy of the television industry and years of hiding her faith for the convenience of other people. Edward Wolverton may be hot, smart, and funnyâ??but he’s also two steps out of rehab with a self-proclaimed allergy to organized religion.

But after a club night turns violent, Bea loses her sense of self while Eddie teeters on the edge of relapse. Their connection to each other is the only certainty. To be together, each will have to let go of past pain and have faith in a love that never fades.

Off Script is an uncommon story of the power of love and resilience to bring people together in a society that does its best to tear them apart.

21st Century Don Quixote: Message of the scriptures explained in layman terms and commonplace illustrations.

by A.R. Mowe

A fun novel with a twist on ideas and anecdotes for small business pitching – “Man from Quaint City” was published in 2016. Rehashed as “Don Q” in July 2017, it is about a professional quixotic character immersed in living life to its fullest yet in passive enthusiasm he churns up situations where commoners can excel in their role of fulfilling their obligations to their maker. Updated as “21st Century Don Quixote”, first published in Kindle eBook format entitled “Rogue Windmills”, the Don Q atypical anecdotes provoke the layman to view the scriptural philosophy beyond dogmatic religious notions. Using current world events and high profile characters involved in new world reform we illustrate the mild epithet of fighting rogue windmills. Their peculiarly startling efforts will raise standards of living for the abandon life.

The Quran reminds man of the right guidance and those who rather follow the wrong preaching of unscrupulous clerics are simply inclined to injustice. This crutch assertion crystallizes in “God’s vision for mankind” in the development of beneficial innovation to uplift standards of living, reducing waste and to prosper humanity in God’s grand scheme of things.

This manuscript can be a useful college reference book in any comparative religious study because it is aimed at dispelling fallacies of entrenched beliefs and cult practices. Specifically the Don asserted that Muslim education was beyond the dominion of the Malaysian religious hut schools in transmitting the following: (a) Common set of values and norms in the spirit of Tawhid leading towards striving for God with sincerity, thus seeking effectively the bounties of God on Earth in wholesome ways become the mark of individuals fulfilling their roles as servants of the Almighty. (b) All disciplines of knowledge should lead towards fulfilling our conscience embedded moral responsibility (Amanah), bearing in mind that in return of whatever stipend received our contribution should go beyond expectations of performance norms because we seek the countenance of God. (c) To inculcate the notion that all common folks can facilitate change to their utmost capacities, public policy could be more tilted to enabling them to uplift standards of living in their respective communities. Education imbibing wonderment interlocks with leading and controlling actions by leaders to galvanize innovation.

Tranquility and security for people to live peacefully must be foremost in advancing prosperity in the world. Any party whose evil actions seem very alluring has gone astray. Some have taken as their god their vain desires because they want to hold on to their prejudices and be victorious in their tunnel vision. Practical matters of living out an abundant life or conversely one filled with injustices is the thrust of the teachings in the scriptures.

With the publishing of the fictional biographical “Don Q” the author took the cue that clarifying what was written in the scriptures could be interspersed in story telling to enlighten readers that scriptural guidance on governance is enthralling. Don Q constantly contemplated the wisdom of Aristo, his elderly godfather and a guru of the Creed of Abraham. This enabled Don Q to decipher a simple reference listing of noble values. In particular non-domestic political organizations like the church ought not have influence over any prevailing elected domestic authority.

The wife of Pharaoh was also among those who gained God’s favor – not because of the rituals she practiced but because she disassociated with his transgression and oppression of the masses. Placing ‘amanah’ as a cornerstone doctrine, the Islamic precept is saddled on the highest pedestal. In the post script there are passages relating to living up to Amanah obligations through honest livelihood and easily understood everyday life illustrations. It ends with an Armageddon deja vu and the Don’s take on China’s new era place in the world.

Amish Amnesia: A Collection of Amish Romance Short Stories

by Stephanie Swift

An Amish anthology featuring “Amish Amnesia” from Stephanie Swift…A freak accident has left Mary with amnesia…she can’t remember anything or anybody and that includes her fiancé Mark! Their wedding is only a month away but she finds herself having cold feet until she gets her memory back. Mark is patient in trying to help her get her memory back but he holds a secret that may make her change her mind about the upcoming wedding…How honest will he be with her?



A housewife is found murdered after a visit from the local missionaries . Kindling, a small-town in Texas wasn’t known for murder. With a pamphlet as his only clue, Detective Nick Slayde vowed to make sure that it stayed that way.

Elder Billy Blaylock had bicycled his way into the home stretch of completing his missionary work. He was also suspect number one on the detective’s short list. Would he be able to prove his innocence with the deck stacked against him ? Would he become a Returning Missionary or would his past come back to haunt him?


by Mark Matthews

“A unique gem.” ~CEMETERY DANCE    
 After his first Holy Communion, a boy secretly builds his own Jesus out of communion wafers and the flesh of his dad.

On Halloween night, his Jesus shall rise.

After a tragic death, a girl tends to the Cemetery of the Innocents, a memorial to the holocaust of abortion and children killed before their time.

On Halloween night, the children shall live, and they need to be fed.

The Holy Spirit comes to life in this shocking, transgressive story of Christian Horror
“Matthews is a damn good writer, and make no mistake, he will hurt you.”
~JACK KETCHUM, Bram Stoker award winning author of The Girl Next Door.

“Few new writers are doing horror with such intensity.”
~MICHAEL A. ARZNEN, Four Time Bram Stoker Award Winning Author

Orange Blossom Cafe

by T.I. Lowe

A perfect Beach Read, both light-hearted and fun.

What happens when a new restaurant opens right next door to your café?
Sabotage it, of course!
Well, that’s what Aiden O’Connell thought until she tangles one too many times with the charismatic Phillip Moreau. Between their wild run-ins and her new craving for caramels, Aiden may have finally met her match.

Recipe for a Witty Romantic Tale
Take one stubborn-minded heroine. Add a serving of spice with one flirty hero, who has no trouble holding his own against her feistiness. Mix in hilarious sabotages that slightly miss the mark and an amusing dash of mischief. Don’t forget to resolve the angst with an anticipated kiss.
Recipe Tip: Be sure to balance the portions of tension and chemistry in order to whip up the sweetest, love-inspiring result.

Keep Her

by Dawn M Turner

Contemporary Christian Romantic-Suspense

Newspaper reporter Dana Chandler’s life is full of “big brothers” without a romantic notion in the bunch. She’s watched Alan Richards from across the courtroom for years, admiring him first as a prosecutor for three years then as a judge for the past year. In fact, she spends more time at the courthouse than her office. He’s compassionate but thorough, fair but strict. Feared by criminals, he seeks justice for victims of violent crime, a fact she appreciates for her own reasons.

When an old friend is accused of murder, Dana believes he’s been set up. She won’t allow that to be done to an innocent man, especially the one who saved her life years ago, but the case reminds her of how much she hates puzzles. Then help comes from unexpected quarters, including the judge she’s long admired. That’s all she needs – another “big brother.”

Superior Court Judge Alan Richards knows nothing about his unidentified observer. Not even her name. She’s been his constant, at least in the courtroom, for four years, but he still doesn’t know anything about her. Finally, God opens the door for them to meet.

As the danger for Dana grows, Alan devises an unconventional plan….

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