Free religious fiction Kindle books for 04 Nov 18

Savannah’s Dilemma: A Collection of Amish Romance

by Marisa Meyer

A collection of Amish romance short stories
When Savannah Richmond gets a notice from a lawyer named Alec Murphy about the last will and testament of a woman she doesn’t know, she was puzzled. She had no relatives in Ohio, much less Amish relatives. Convinced that the letter was sent in error, she initially refuses the invite…
But then she decides to visit the small Amish town against her better judgement. Suddenly she finds herself as the sole heir of the Sunrise Farm, and it doesn’t take long for her to clash heads with Joseph Yoder, a boisterous Amish man.
Right from the start he expresses his dislike of her, but she refuses to be intimidated by him, and the sooner she sells the farm the better. But when she stumbles on a box of letters in the attic, her entire life is turned upside down as she discovers her own connection to the Amish community.



Land of the Jonah Fish Fry

by Olivia Kessinger

In 1959, under the shade of an Oak tree, Carolyn Calvert got baptized in an Indiana creek, and came up from the water damned instead of saved. That same night, her sister Colleen found her in the church basement and promised, against her better judgment, to keep Carolyn’s secret. Two years later, when Carolyn’s parents and lover try to force her into a marriage with her abuser, Carolyn again turns to her sister for help. This time, Colleen betrays her, implying that maybe she asked her it, and maybe the decent Christian thing to do is get married. Fearing for her and her unborn child’s future, she flees to the sanctuary of the Grant Brother’s Funeral Home, tucked in the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina.

In 2013, Willie is a recent college grad with a useless writing degree, forty-grand in debt, and no job offers. Forced to move back home to Parke County, Indiana, she finds a little house in Judson to rent. It’s sat empty for years; every appliance is a fire hazard, and it smells like mothballs and dust. But the rent is just right for a girl working two part-time minimum wage jobs.

Then Willie’s dreams start: a teenage girl in a white dress, standing in a creek, pointing to an Oak tree. Willie finds herself haunted by this girl, and when she finds journals and photo albums in the attic, her phantom takes on flesh. Willie is determined to find out who the creek girl is and what happened to her. With the help of Morgan, whom she’s loved since she was 13, and his five-year-old daughter Tara, Willie traces Carolyn’s story from a Parke County creek to a small plot in the Grant Brother’s cemetery.



A Broken Amish Heart

by Terri Downes

Sarah is worried about her daed. He is courting a woman that she doesn’t feel right about. The woman isn’t forthcoming about her past and Sarah knews her daed has already been through so much with the loss of his wife. Can Sarah uncover the secret past of this woman who has invaded both her Amish community and her own family?



The Esther Paradigm (A Contemporary Christian Romance)

by Sarah Monzon

Old Testament history meets Twenty-first Century tensions in this compassionate, tender inspirational romance.

The daughter of missionaries, Hannah Pratt dreams of starting a school for the Bedouin clan with whom she spent her childhood. After completing her education in the United States, she returns to the desert to pursue that dreamâ??only to learn her parents have been receiving threats from within the community they serve. As the danger escalates, Hannah must decide how far she’ll go to stay faithful to a calling that could cost her everything.

Karim Al-Amir feels the weight of responsibility as the leader of his people. When a mysterious illness ravages the clan’s flocks and threatens to destroy their centuries-old way of life, some of his people believe the American doctors and their daughter, his childhood friend, are to blame. Karim must do something to keep Hannah and her parents safeâ??even if the only solution to be found is within marriage vows.

In a society where the line is drawn between us and them, where Christianity is outlawed and foreigners suspect, will Karim and Hannah’s union heal wounds . . . or inflict a final, fatal blow?



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