Free religious fiction Kindle books for 06 Nov 18


by Hermann Hesse

Siddhartha is an allegorical novel by Hermann Hesse which deals with the spiritual journey of an Indian boy called Siddhartha during the time of the Buddha.
The book, Hesse’s ninth novel, was written in German, in a simple, yet powerful and lyrical, style. It was first published in 1922, after Hesse had spent some time in India in the 1910s. It was published in the U.S. in 1951 and became influential during the 1960s.
The word Siddhartha is made up of two words in the Sanskrit language, siddha (gotten) + artha (meaning or wealth). The two words together mean “one who has found meaning (of existence)” or “he who has attained his goals”. The Buddha’s name, before his renunciation, was Prince Siddhartha Gautama, later the Buddha. In this book, the Buddha is referred to as “Gotama”.
Source: Wikipedia

Carpenter Shunned: A Clean Amish and Carpenter Romance Story

by Elizabeth Carter

Sarah Miller was just a poor widow, trying to take care of her young daughter. When her ranch hand leaves to go with the Englischer, he leaves her with no way of sowing the fields so she can feed her daughter during the winter.

Jacob Beiler is an amazing carpenter just starting his career when his brother left the Amish. He is forced to give up his craft when he’s shunned for his brother’s crimes and comes work for Sarah to help tend her fields. But that is cut short by the nosy bishop’s wife and their policy of detaching themselves from those that have been shunned, leaving Sarah with no way to feed her daughter. The two must make it through impossible odds to get the things they want out of life.

Would they make it past this trouble? Or would they end up losing everything? Sarah and Jacob would have to fight.

This is a standalone romance short story ending HEA!

Mail Order Bride : Miriam’s Story: A collection of Mail Order Bride & Amish romance tales

by Sarah Amberson

A collection of Mail Order Bride & Amish Romance tales…
The smile on Miriam’s face didn’t feel right. She knew that it was right, but she couldn’t help but feel she was betraying herself. She never knew this was where she would end up, marrying for a second time at twenty-five years old and for necessity instead of love.
She gave a guarded look over to Fredrick. He was tall and handsome enough, but she didn’t love him. She didn’t know anything about him besides his name and where he lived. Miriam sighed. She couldn’t go back now.
Or could she?
The man seemed nice enough. But there was something inside of him that seemed broken. Then she laid eyes on her daughter. A little girl that reminded her of her own daughter that died tragically only months earlier…
Maybe this was where God wanted her to be…Maybe…

The World Outside: Clean Amish and Motorcycle Club Romance

by Elizabeth Carter

Jessie, a heavily tattooed foul mouthed biker, is riding with his biker gang across the country as a bachelor’s send off for his friend who’s getting married. Jessie, himself, would never dream of settling down; he loves his lifestyle too much and a wife would complicate it.

The bikers meet with a little accident and some of the bikes need repairing. They stop by at the small Amish community of Middlefield and ask for a place to stay while they recuperate.â??

Rebekah had always lived a quiet life in her little Amish town until a year ago when she lost her parents. Now she feels as though her life has come to a standstill and she wants to break away; she needs a distraction. That’s when she meets the handsome biker staying in their little town for a few days.

Can two people from completely different worlds come together and give each other what they want and need?

This is a standalone romance short story ending HEA!

Under A Prairie Sky: Clean Amish and Cowboy Romance

by Bethanee Rajchman

Sadie Hershberger never thought she would leave the quiet Amish community of Quarryville, Pennsylvania to cross unknown territory with five other families to seek a godly life. She never expected to care for the injured, quiet man who fell on the street of her village. Little did she know that she would begin the challenge of her life far from the security of her faith. Luke Ramsey was a hardened young man who left the East and chose the life of the cowboy, herding cattle and writing his own rules. When he travels back home to the wedding of his younger sister, Luke finds himself running from outlaws who have trailed him to Ohio.

Wounded and alone in the backwater village of Sugar Creek, Luke is tended by the gentle Amish family whose daughter shows him kindness. Their adventure unfolds under a prairie sky.

This is a standalone romance short story ending HEA!

Rebecca & Jonah: A Collection of Amish Romance

by Monica Marks

Rebecca is a young Amish woman with a whole lot of problems in the romance department. She was left heartbroken by the man she thought she loved but now finds herself courted by Jonah, the favorite son of the community. Her parents sign off on the union but Rebecca herself is unsure of committing herself to Jonah. Her parents go ahead and set up the wedding…But will Rebecca go through with it?

A Duke’s Promise: Regency Romance (Secrets of London)

by Joyce Alec

A governess and a duke could never be a good match, but the Duke of Harrogate will stop at nothing to save Miss Sophia Weston from a desperate situation.

Miss Sophia Weston is left destitute after her father dies. Her brother and sister-in-law, Lord and Lady Brookridge, refuse to support her, even though it is their duty.

When Sophia is forced to seek employment, she accepts a position as a governess for the widowed Duke of Harrogate. The duke’s only daughter, Sarah, brings an immense amount of joy to Sophia. Soon enough, Sophia learns to accept her new situation and loves her daily interactions with her only pupil. However, Sophia also discovers that her feelings are growing for the duke, even though she knows the duke could never marry her.

When Lord and Lady Brookridge learn about Sophia’s whereabouts and her newfound happiness, they once again try to ruin her life with a scandal and take her away from everything she has grown to love.

When the Duke of Harrogate learns about the plan, he must choose between the governess and his own reputation.

If you love clean and wholesome, Regency romances with a strong woman heroine and an inspirational romantic story, you will love A Duke’s Promise.

Authors Note: This is a clean, stand-alone romance with no cliffhangers.

The Blessed One: A Novel

by Steve Falconi

Struggling with finding what defines who you are? Grieving the loss of a loved one? Fighting against the toxic constraints of jealousy? Allowing material things to distract you from your faith? Consumed in the sorrow of injury or illness? Unable to forgive others as well as yourself? If you answered “yes” to at least one of these questions, then “The Blessed One” needs to be the next book on your reading list. Although the plot of “The Blessed One” revolves around baseball, the novel’s core confronts these very faith-based issues to which many teens and young adults can relate. In the end, you might just see that even our worst tragedies can become our greatest blessings.

The pursuit of becoming a Major League Baseball player becomes a battle for life and salvation for one Oklahoma teen. Lawdon, Oklahoma hasn’t seen a high school baseball phenom like Brady “Crazy Foot” MacArthur in decades. As a sophomore, Brady is blessed with a major league fastball and is well on his way to leaving his podunk hometown for a career as a professional baseball player. But when tragedy strikes in the fall of Brady’s junior year, he must confront the demons of his family’s past and rekindle a long-lost faith.

A Middlebury Christmas (Christian Christmas short story)

by Anita Higman

Childish bickering had become a way of life for the Butterby sisters, even though they were all grown up. It was certainly easier than dealing with the past. Their resentment over parental favoritism had smothered much of the warm glow of sisterly affection, which had been a big part of their youth. But one Christmas Eve, a letter was discoveredâ??a letter that had been written by their father just before he died. Would the heartfelt words of their dad stir the embers of forgiveness, understanding, and love? And on this Christmas, would the Butterby sisters come to believe in miracles again?

Daughters of Rome (Children of Rome Book 1)

by Alex Chappell

Cornelia knows little about being a normal Roman girl. It’s hard to be normal when your family worships a foreign God and your centurion father claims he’s seen an angel.

But at least one good thing has come of her father’s ‘vision.’ Cornelius’s handsome junior officer has developed an interest in Jesus Christ’s teachings, and he’s spending more and more time around the villa. Unfortunately, Cornelia has an unexpected — and powerful — rival in the procurator’s palace.

Far from Judea, Flavia, a wealthy senator’s daughter, has problems of her own. Her plot to marry a servant’s dashing son has been discovered, and a hastily arranged marriage to a ‘suitable’ spouse leaves her exiled in distant Antioch.

Flavia has every reason to feel bitter, spiteful, and angry. Or so she tells herself until she overhears a disciple of Christ preaching an unsettling message about forgiveness and love.

Caught up in pivotal events surrounding the establishment and growth of the early Christian Church, two daughters of Rome must grapple with potentially life-altering questions of courage, love, and faith.

The Phony Preacher

by Elizabeth White

Joe Blaze is running from the notorious Virginia City Gang. What could be more perfect than taking the identity of a small-town preacher? Could it be the greatest thing to ever happen to him?

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