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The Sweet Life

by Karen Rigby

Restoration and reawakened dreams gather in Suzanne Woods Fisher’s Christian romance novel "The Sweet Life", as a once engaged couple works through their differences, and a mother-daughter team inspires change. When Kevin calls off his... Read More

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Long Way Home

by Vivian Turnbull

Lynn Austin’s poignant historical novel "Long Way Home" highlights the heroism of those who lived through WWII. Gisela’s family becomes unsafe as Germany turns hostile toward Jewish people. They secure spots on a boat bound for Cuba,... Read More

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The Redeemed

by Matt Benzing

In the post-apocalyptic novel "The Redeemed", human beings who may have lost their access to the future struggle with what they should believe. R. V. Minkler’s thrilling novel "The Redeemed" is an apocalyptic adventure with a spiritual... Read More

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What Matters Most

by Karen Rigby

A widow returns to her husband’s Nantucket cottage in hopes of restarting her life in "What Matters Most", Courtney Walsh’s wholesome, piercing romance novel about atonement and restored faith. After five years of grieving, Emma is... Read More

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Sea Glass Cottage

by Vivian Turnbull

In Irene Hannon’s Christian romance novel "Sea Glass Cottage", two hearts rekindle a spark that both thought was extinguished forever. Jack is content with his life in cozy Hope Harbor, so when Christi—the girl who shattered his... Read More

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In the End

by Vivian Turnbull

In the spiritual adventure novel "In the End", twelve friends are faced with heartache once their world collapses. In Ken Saik’s spiritual novel "In the End", twelve teenagers face death together, choosing to stick with one another... Read More

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Sunrise

by Karen Rigby

In Susan May Warren’s novel about a steady, fated romance, "Sunrise", a prodigal son returns to the shadow of Denali to take up the mantle of a bush pilot, all while confronting memories of the woman he left behind. After his estranged... Read More

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Train from Thompsonville

by Karen Rigby

"Train from Thompsonville" is a nostalgic historical novel in which a girl grows up in a vibrant factory town. In D. C. Moses’s historical novel "Train from Thompsonville" a Polish Catholic girl comes of age in a New York factory town.... Read More

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