Free religious fiction Kindle books for 23 Sep 18

Amish Sunday: A Collection of Amish Romance Short Stories

by Elaine Lane


Esther is a young Amish woman hired by a recently widowed man to help caretake his young child. Esther is saddened by the man’s situation but soon grows to love both him and his child as her own.

Esther thinks Isaac has feelings for him as well but they are both too shy and professional to make those feelings known. Isaac’s family feels the need to help him find another wife so they begin seeking out another mate for him. Esther then begins to fear that their love will be forever unrequited. Or will one of them finally admit their feelings before it is too late?

The Fishing Lesson: A Camping Fishing Romance

by Sherri Schoenborn Murray

A clean, sweet camping-fishing romance
When Natalie’s put in charge of shuttling her boyfriend’s truck and boat trailer twelve miles downriver to the take-out, she ends up lost in Fossil. And, for some reason, she doesn’t have cell service in the John Day River Canyon. When she goes knocking on doors, the only person home is Cody Felton, a young, cute, local fishing guide. He helps her find the take-out, and over the next five hours, while they wait for her boyfriend to float downriver, Cody reminds her of what she used to want for her life. Set in the juniper dotted hills of Fossil, Oregon, this lighthearted, Christian romance is sure to snag your heart.

Secrets & Wishes

by Kathleen Rouser

Stone Creek, Michigan, April, 1901 Maggie Galloway and Thomas Harper clash after their sons collide in a fistfight. Both widowed, they’re each doing their best as single-parents. Outgoing Maggie has dreams for a home of her own and a business to provide for her son as she searches for God’s path for her life as a widow. Reserved Thomas struggles to establish his new pharmacy and take care of his four rambunctious children, while wondering how a loving God could take his beloved wife.

When Thomas becomes deathly ill, Maggie is recruited to nurse him back to health. Taking the children in hand, as well, is more than she bargained for, but she is drawn to help the grieving family. Both nurse and patient find themselves drawn to each other but promptly deny their feelings.

A baking contest sponsored by the Silver Leaf Flour Company brings former beau, Giles Prescott, back into Maggie’s life. When Giles offers Maggie a position at their test kitchen in Chicago, he hints that, along with assuring her a good job, it will allow them to possibly rekindle their relationship.

But then a charlatan comes to town, and tragedy soon follows. Maggie and Thomas discover the miracle potions he hawks aren’t so harmless when an epidemic hits Stone Creek. Thomas and Maggie realize they must work together to save lives.

Maggie finds herself caught up in battles within and withoutâ??the battle to help the townsfolk in the midst of illness and chicanery, and the battle to know which manâ??Thomas or Gilesâ??deserves to win her heart.

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.

The Sycamore P. D. Series (3 Novels in 1 Set)

by T. E. Killian

The Sycamore P.D. Series – All three novels together for twenty-five percent less than separately!

Sarah Thompson married Air Force pilot Harry Newcomb and left her children, Grant and Alison with her sister, Sybil while they went on their honeymoon. Harry told her family that she had been killed in a car wreck in Europe while on their honeymoon.

Now, twenty years later Sarah Thompson Newcomb is very much alive and suffering from amnesia for all that time. Her husband, Harry, is killed in Afghanistan and she comes back to Sycamore, Arizona with Harry’s orderly, Leo, to be with his family not knowing that she had any family of her own there. All of these people are thrown together by the mystery surrounding Harry’s death. How do they each deal with all that they lost and with each other?

Lost Memories – First in the Sycamore P.D. Series

Grant, a police detective has problems with his sergeant, solving two murders and his growing attraction for Kelly.

Kelly never knew her father, now Harry is dead and she never will. She searches for meaning in her life. Being partially crippled in a car collision at the age of twelve, she struggles to be a fully functioning executive. Then Grant comes into her life.

Grant and Kelly each try to deal with all they have lost individually and then together.

Accepted Memories – Second in The Sycamore P.D. Series

Someone is attacking women in Sycamore. Then the attacker leaves a note saying Alison is next. This brings Alison and her brother’s best friend, police detective Stan Becker, together as he tries to protect her.

Alison never knew either of her parents, now her mother is back. How can she just accept Sarah and go on as if she hadn’t been gone for twenty years. Then she becomes aware of Stan in a different way.

Stan has secretly loved Alison for ten years. He works with his partner, Grant, and their sergeant, Sonia Nordstrom to protect Alison and catch the attacker.

Stan and Alison each try to deal with the attacks, their past, and then with each other.

Resolved Memories – Third in the Sycamore P.D. Series

Detective Lieutenant Sonia Nordstrom is trying to solve a series of murders when Wayne Newcomb almost becomes one of the victims.

Wayne is still trying to resolve his feelings for his dead father who abandoned him over twenty years ago.

Sonia is reunited with her mother after many years and her father and brothers hover over her all the time.

Wayne has been pursuing Sonia for months. Can he change enough for her finally to give him a chance?

Can they come together in time to solve the murders?

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