Free religious fiction Kindle books for 25 Dec 18

Turtle Soup: (A Sweet Romance)

by Danielle Thorne

Sea turtles may be endangered but after an encounter with marine biologist, Jack Brandon, nothing will stop Sara Hart from naming her deli, Turtle Soup. When Jack takes a job at the Georgia Aquarium, Sara finds the environmental poster boy at her door, hungry and carrying a chip on his shoulder. Neither thinks the other has what it takes, until a scuba class reveals what lies beneath the surface.

An Impossible Love (Inspirational Western Brides Book 1)

by Indiana Wake

A broken heart, and broken dreams but Ruthie must go on for her son. Can she come to terms with An Impossible Love or will she be lonely for the rest of her days?

You have asked me for some longer books and so this series is all longer books, 3 times as long as my normal books. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have writing them.

It is 1878 and when Ruthie loses her beloved husband Jed she believes her life is over. With a farm and a young son, Luke, to care for she knows she must carry on.

Gilmore Merritt is also devastated by the loss of his childhood friend but he promises to do everything he can to see that the farm survives long enough for Luke to take over.

Spending all his time at the farm he discovers what an amazing woman Ruth is and he soon develops feelings for her. Only he knows this is wrong. That it is an impossible love.

Sensing the growing love between them Ruth pushes him into the arms of another woman.

Will Gilmore make the worst mistake of his life?
Will Ruth end up lonely and alone?
How will Luke cope with the changing relationships and the loss of another father figure?

Find out in An Impossible Love a deeply moving western historical romance by bestselling author Indiana Wake.
This book is sweet and inspirational and suitable for all ages.

Dana (A Time for Love Book 1)

by Brandi Phelps

Managing a downtown electronics store keeps Dana Hilbrand too busy for romance, so she signs up with the matchmaking agency A Time for Love. She meets the mysterious Benjamin Wheeler, and just when she thinks she’s found the love she’d been looking for, he reveals an incredible secret. Can Dana learn to trust her feelings in time to save Benjamin and prove her love?

The Right Time for Love: A Time Travel Romance (Timeless Love Book 3)

by Tina Dee

Newly edited.

Vivi Schuster has it all, at least she thought she didâ??until she traveled back in time to a frontier town and met a man who turned her world upside down. She had mapped out the perfect future with the nearly-perfect man and someday love would come along for them, but now she’s not so sure. She’s experiencing feelings she’s never had before. Did she fall for the wrong man, or is she doing that now, nearly one hundred thirty years in the past?

Horace Jacob Daniels IV, or Jake as he prefers, is certain love is not worth the risk of heartache. At least that’s been his experienceâ??but never again! But when Jake meets and falls for Vivi, he’s sure she’s set to marry the wrong manâ??and he’s growing short on time to convince her that he’s the right man.

Can love find its way from the past into the present to make this Christmas the right time for love?


Book 1
By Susette Williams

Book 2
By Cynthia Hickey

Book 3
By Tina Dee

Book 4
By Heather Blanton

Book 5
By George McVey

A Consequence of Apathy: Jihad UK!

by NR Baldwin

“A Consequence of Apathy” is a dystopic novel set in a Britain that has been brought to its knees by a recession and ethnic tension. It follows the lives of four friends as they try to find a way out of poverty without getting caught up in racial violence. It also follows the Government’s efforts to contain radical Islamist’s attempts to take over urban areas by force, and a brutal group of military vigilantes who have taken the law into their own hands to try to stop them. The story considers the repercussions of a violent and vigilante society and peoples’ reaction. It follows political attempts to deport radicals and the story culminates in a hunt for the vigilantes and a look at how communities react to deportations and austerity.


NR Baldwin was born and raised in Kendal Cumbria. After a long career in the military where he experienced active service across the globe he now works as a security advisor overseas. A Consequence of Apathy is Baldwin’s first novel. he has always been interested in British Northern Culture and spent 18 months researching his novel, living and speaking to different communities and interviewing the police and health services. Of â??A Consequence’ Baldwin says: “It a flight of fancy set in the near future. I am really trying to explore what would happen if the infrastructures we take for granted disintegrated and how different sections of society would respond and adapt. We have a choice today to make sure that events like those imagined in the book never happen. I believe we should take that choice.”

Blind Fury (Anthology Series Book 1)

by Mark Stephen O’Neal

Julian Brown’s life is in turmoil when his wife Vanessa of eighteen years files for a divorce, and he loses his job within a two-year span. He tries to pick up the pieces of his fractured existence only to be crushed completely by another blow, the murder of his thirteen-year-old son Miles.

Julian fights to keep his sanity and stops at nothing to find the person or persons responsible for his son’s death, even if it means putting his own life in danger. Blind Fury is a story of survival and determination in the unforgiving streets of Chicago.

Son of Cain

by John Edgell

Son of Cain is a unique fantasy story with an atypical storyline that will captivate, intrigue, and move you. It is historical fiction with a distinctive twist, while the truth it encompasses remains solidly biblical.

In this unique fantasy story a son of Cain lifts a rebellious fist in the face of God, determined to put him in his place, while a young girl extends a hand of grace. Son of Cain mingles elements of fantasy with the pre-deluge biblical history of the Noachian world in a powerful story that explores man’s brokenness and the scope of God’s grace.

What was the world like before Noah’s flood? It would appear that there were advanced people groups (Genesis 4:16-22), and primitive people groups would also seem likely. If there were those who lived in caves during periods after the flood, then surely there were cavemen prior to the flood. The descendants of Cain would have fit into both groupings. In this story the Son of Cain, the protagonist, fits in the former, and a troglodyte that is also a descendent of Cain, an antagonist, fits in the latter. The result is a fascinating initial confrontation occasioning a prolonged conflicted relationship. However, at the heart of the story is a discordant reality, the protagonist himself is in truth his own primary antagonist. One moment you love him and the next you hate him, for in him the heart of every man is revealedâ??touches of the noble mingled with the evil of his baser nature.

In the Son of Cain’s thinking, God is evil, and when he hears of a powerful enchantress, he is drawn to her lair, convinced that the evil behind her power is the god he pursues. But her lair is a place of intrigue, malevolence, and deathâ??enter the young girl.

The Son of Cain’s quest to find and confront God with His injustice is tempered by the young girl’s goodness, as he flees the enchantress’ clutches in search of a waterless land where a crazy man is building a huge boat. In the course of his pursuit to confront God the Son of Cain makes choices of consequence that lead to a powerful conclusion.

Some stories entertain. In contrast, this unique fantasy story pulls at your heart strings like a master musician pulling at the strings of a large octobase taking the music to thrilling highs and discordant, moving lowsâ??smiles, laughter, angst, anger, tears!

Within the worst of men there is good. Within the best of men there is evil. In spite of all the goodness a man may exhibit he is a fallen creature with a sin nature. In this unique fantasy story those realities stand in stark contrast to each other in this Son of Cain; a good manâ??an evil man. He is a man worthy of life, yet a man worthy of death. But is such a rebel a fitted subject for God’s love and grace?

Writing a unique fantasy story is not new to this author, rather it is his strong point. He has written numerous one of a kind fantasy stories. Do check them out!

Lucky in Love (Cowboys and Angels Book 2)

by Jo Noelle

She’s a preacher’s daughter, looking to make her own way out west. He’s a saloon owner who just about has it all. Can two people from opposite worlds find their happily ever after?

Julianne Parker is twenty-four and ready to take her future into her own hands. Determined to succeed and escape an arranged marriage her parents are thrusting on her, she emigrates from Chicago to the new state of Colorado to establish a school in a mining boomtown. Upon arriving, she finds that her adopted hometown is not what she expected, nor is she safe.
Hugh Fontaine is poised on the cusp of achieving his every dream, provided he can win the massive fortune on the table of a poker game in Creede, Colorado. Until, through divine intervention, he’s set on a path that makes him question who he is and what he really wants. He knows for sure that he wants Julianne Parker in his life, but he’s the last thing in the world she needs. â??
Butâ??what would he give to be wrong?

Read all the novels by Bestselling author, Jo Noelle!

1. Lucky in Love
2. Waiting on Waylon
3. Kisses with KC
4. Suffrage and Suitors
5. Learning to Love
6. Truly his Type
7. Home for the Holiday (Coming in December)

Twickenham Time Travel:
1. P.S. I Love You
2. Mistletoe Mayhem (Coming in October)

Peak City Romance:
1. Secondhand Hearts
2. Falling for You (Coming in October)
3. Work of Heart (Coming in November)
4. Love and Other Crazy Plans (Coming in December)

Stand-alone Novels:
1. Newbie
2. One Last Summer
3. All By My Selfie
4. Years & an Ocean
5. Amnesty
6. Lexi’s Pathetic Fictional Love Life

Sow the Wind: A Political End-Times Thriller (The Whirlwind Series Book 1)

by Gary W. Ritter

The election year of 2028 holds no great surprises. The current married, lesbian U.S. President has been a popular figure in the White House during her eight-year term. She has endorsed her Muslim Vice President to succeed her, and he is the odds-on favorite to continue the Administration’s progressive policies.

Pastor James Glazier faces other concerns than politics and the condition of the country, unaware of the dangers that Islam poses through America’s next president. His beloved wife, Janna, lies dying of cancer. His church, falling apart under his stewardship, wants him out. More critically, these and other challenges sorely test James’ faith. He’s moving toward the point of dismissing God in his life altogether.

When James joins forces with another pastor, who opens his eyes to the danger of their out-of-control federal government and the Islamicization of America, his life turns from difficult to impossible. Christian persecution rivals Nazi treatment of the Jews in the 1930s. Violence and anarchy, fostered by the government itself, are on the rise. Whether he wants to or not, James must confront this situation.

Nothing goes right for James. Then God whispers into his unwilling ears.

“If you like thrillers in which the fate of America is at stake, the hero is a man of faith, and the threat of secularism and Islam is all too real, then Gary Ritter’s book ‘Sow the Wind‘ may be just what you are looking for. It’s a novel, but its picture of where we are headed as a nation reads more like fact than fiction.”

~ Bryan Fischer, host of “Focal Point” on the American Family Radio Network

***Terry Recommends Ritter’s book***

For those interested in fiction with a powerful message through Bible prophecy, I recommend Sow the Wind by Gary Ritter. It’s a page-turner that will be worth your time.

~ Terry James, Speaker & Author, Contributor to Rapture Ready Commentaries

Hannah’s Prayer: A Short Story

by Bill McKell

Our adult Sunday school class did a wonderful study of parables a few years back. Those thought-provoking discussions and some awkward experiences with panhandlers led to the creation of an interesting story.

The House of Abba

by Leslie Musoko

Hailey is the aspiring journalist from New York that travels to the French Riviera to write about the rich and glamorous Sarai. Sarai is married to the prophet Cephas whose life is filled with mystery and intrigue. Cephas has been blessed with gifts of visions and dreams that are beyond comprehension and explain a future that has yet to happen. From the Saronic Gulf to the Ligurian Sea these three lives are interwoven introspectively in a spiritual odyssey of faith and self discovery as each of them comes to terms with why events in their past links them so closely to the present…


Leslie Musoko is the author of the Divinity Dawns trilogy and an award winning Ezine author expert of over three hundred articles published worldwide on spirituality, self-help and relationships. He has lived and worked in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe and North America.

Water Princess, Fire Prince (The Rizkaland Legends Book 1)

by Kendra E. Ardnek

When the Lady Dragon does come,
Hold fast, do not fear, do not run.
Your Water Princess will fight
Fire Prince will set all to right
Each shall come from a fall
Their Union will save you all.

Despite the fact that she’s on track for competing in the Olympics, and he’s practically raised his younger brothers since they lost their mom in a car accident, Clara Mandras and Andrew Stevenson are pretty much normal teens. They have normal hopes, normal dreams, and they live in a normal world.

All this is torn away from them when they are thrust into another world and declared Water Princess and Fire Prince. With no experience ruling a country, meeting each other for the first time, and being expected to fight the Lady Dragon – an evil sorceress plaguing the world of Rizkaland – Clara and Andrew are underprepared and inexperienced. Unless they learn to work together despite their standing opposition, Rizkaland’s hope will be lost.

What is to come will change their lives forever.

The Passing Away of Cephas Steele: A New Carol of Christmas

by Randy Pilz

A retelling of Dickens’ short novel A CHRISTMAS CAROL with new characters in a new setting and a new message. Like Scrooge, Cephas Steele lives the solitary life of a miser. He considers love, kindness and compassion represented by the Christmas season to be “buncombe.” Bitter and alone on Christmas Eve, Steele broods over all he was, is and will be. Desperate for change, he realizes that “turning over a new leaf” isn’t enough for saving his wretched soul. He must experience true transformation through Jesus Christ. Only then will the old Steele pass away.

The Sword Saint

by Sean Kelley

Taka is a young fisherman on a remote island and he fears that his legacy will be as unremarkable as his current station in life. Everything changes when he happens upon a beautiful High Priestess from across the seas. She comes bearing terrible news, and speaks of an evil sorcerer who has taken an entire island in his grasp. When Taka decides to help her, he is thrust into an adventure beyond his wildest dreams. The two are soon joined by a pompous prince and a bombastic pirate girl and together they make up a ragtag group, apparently the only group that is determined to root out the evil that is ready to consume the world in flames. But what can just four people do to surmount an enemy so powerful? What can a mere fisherman do to save the lives of those he cares about? Taka cannot prevail as he is, he must become something else. There is only one option: he must search within himself and find the courage that defies all understanding. Taka must become a legend. Taka must become a Sword Saint.

The Worth of a King (The Fall of a Star Book 1)

by Kendra E. Ardnek

Princess Obsidia’s father was killed the night she was born. Since there was no male heir, the crown went to the man who killed him, by Dialcian law. This never bothered her, growing up, and when it comes time for Obsidia to choose her husband, she chooses Prince Delaney, the son of that man, with little hesitation. Only then does her life start crumbling around her.

Adrian expected to live a normal life, taking his father’s place at the print shop when his father retired. But, on his eighteenth birthday, when the princess’ engagement is announced, his world is ripped out from under him when he learns that his life was a ruse, and he is the twin brother to the princess – and expected to take back his father’s throne.

Delaney knows that his country is hovering on the brink of war – and that his father may harbor murderous intentions towards his intended bride due to her Zovordian blood. He wants nothing more than to protect Obsidia and his people, but as merely prince, he has little power against his father.

The ancient war between the Dragons and the Immortal King and Queen is nearing its climax, and the three are already caught in it.

Mail Order Bride: The Christmas Delivery (Christmas Brides Book 2)

by Emma Ashwood

Martha Jackson had never been loved; not by her parents and not by her husband, who was now passed. All she and her sister, Anne had in this world to care for and be cared for was one another, and later Anne’s children. Now Martha was carrying her first child, who would need a father once it was born. To this end, Martha accepted Henry Arthur’s proposal of marriage, following his advert for a bride in the Matrimonial Times.

Robert Samuel was battling to keep the ranch afloat and their heads above water, and his mother was right at his side through it all. Jennifer Samuels had some ideas on how to fund their sinking ranch, but Robert would not be a pawn in her match making game.

Celia Johnson is the precocious daughter of the Western town’s mayor, and Jennifer Samuel’s choice as bride for her son, Robert. The mayor is on board with the idea of Robert as a son in law. Jennifer needs Celia’s family’s wealth to weather the current tough times, but Robert and Celia have never been able to sit around the same fire.

When a pregnant Martha arrives in town, things are not all she was led to believe. She is alone and destitute in an unfamiliar world among strangers. She has to think about her unborn baby, but she has no choice but to call upon the locals for charity until she can find her feet again. Life is hard and it’s not about to get any easier for young Martha.

Humanity and Christian fellowship are the nature of Christmas and yule tide celebrations, but the world is not all egg nog and fire hearths at this time of year. Follow Martha and the folk of Cherry Tree Springs as Christmas approaches in this little Western town.

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