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Christian Fiction

Christian Fiction

Many people think Christian Fiction is a genre full of Amish stories and historical romances, but the genre has grown by leaps and bounds and is so much more.  The Christian Fiction genre includes something for just about everyone these days, it’s just a matter of matching up your tastes with the correct author.  Many authors who write in the Christian Fiction genre write in series, but there are also many books that stand alone, and many times books that…

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Masquerade (Moser)

Masquerade (Moser)

The ending and how each of the two main characters decided to live out their lives in America seemed rather abrupt and rushed, but overall a good story.  The author includes some extra information about some of the people, places and fashion at the end of the book that was rather interesting. Title: Masquerade Author: Nancy Moser Genre: Christian Fiction Publisher: Bethany House Publishers Release Date: August 1, 2010 Format: Trade paperback Pages: 400 1886, New York City: Charlotte Gleason,…

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Weddings at Promise Lodge (Hubbard)

Weddings at Promise Lodge (Hubbard)

Another enjoyable story about our friends from Promise Lodge … I anticipate a 4th book in this series, as one of the characters who was supposed to get married in this book calls off her wedding, but by the end has reconciled with her intended. Title: Weddings at Promise Lodge Series: Promise Lodge #3 Author: Charlotte Hubbard Genre: Christian Fiction (Amish) Publisher: Zebra Release Date: June 27, 2017 Format: Audiobook (Hoopla) Pages: 368 pages (9 hours, 3 minutes) Founded by…

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The Christmas Cradle (Hubbard)

The Christmas Cradle (Hubbard)

The last of the Seasons of the Heart series by Charlotte Hubbard introduces some new residents to Willow Ridge … a nice story based during the Christmas season. Title: The Christmas Cradle Series: Season of the Heart #6 Author: Charlotte Hubbard Genre: Christian Fiction (Amish) Publisher: Zebra Release Date: September 15, 2015 Format: Audiobook (Hoopla) Pages: 368 pages (9 hours, 30 minutes) For the peaceful town of Willow Ridge, November presents an early holiday surprise. Stranded in the snow, 18-year-old…

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A Simple Vow (Hubbard)

A Simple Vow (Hubbard)

Charlotte Hubbard writes Amish stories not like any others.  The Amish communities in her stories are usually a bit more on the liberal side than what you typically read about.  They always seem to have lots of money, but they aren’t without their trials and troubles.  I enjoy her stories … they are different. A Simple Vow is book one in a new series for Hubbard, but I would recommend reading the Seasons of the Heart series first.  That series…

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Amish Millionaire Series (Brunstetter/Brunstetter)

Amish Millionaire Series (Brunstetter/Brunstetter)

I feel like this series was a marketing ploy.  They could have easily (and better) told the story in one regular novel.  I feel like they were trying to force people to buy multiple books, and for someone like me trying to listen to them on Hoopla, it ate up an entire month’s of checkouts! I have decided I am not a fan of books written by Wanda AND her daughter-in-law Jean Brunstetter.  I really wonder if Jean isn’t doing…

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Shine Like the Dawn (Turansky)

Shine Like the Dawn (Turansky)

Margaret (Maggie) Lounsberry works at her grandmother’s millinery shop to help support her grandmother, herself and her younger sister Violet … the only family she has left after a tragic boating accident caused her mother, father and older sister to drown 4 years ago. Nathaniel (Nate) Harcourt, the son of William Harcourt, master at Morningside Manor, where Maggie’s father worked, was her best friend growing up, but when the tragic accident took place, Nate wasn’t there for her … and…

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Princess Ever After (Hauck)

Princess Ever After (Hauck)

Although the story was a bit unbelievable at times (but then again, aren’t most fairy tales somewhat unbelievable), I really enjoyed it. Title: Princess Ever After Series: Royal Wedding #2 Author: Rachel Hauck Genre: Christian Fiction Publisher: Zondervan Release Date: February 4, 2014 Format: eAudio (Hoopla) Pages: 360

This Road We Traveled (Kirkpatrick)

This Road We Traveled (Kirkpatrick)

This book was interesting, but I had a hard time getting into it.  It wasn’t until the last few chapters that I really started to enjoy the book.  I don’t know why, but it felt like very dry reading throughout most of it, when I really expected a good story about a family on the trek west. Title: This Road We Traveled Author: Jane Kirkpatrick Genre: Historical (Christian) Fiction Publisher: Revell Release Date: September 6, 2016 Format: Trade Paperback Pages:…

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A Miracle of Hope (Reid)

A Miracle of Hope (Reid)

This was the first book by Ruth Reid I had read and I look forward to reading more.  I really enjoyed this story, the author incorporated some modern day dilemmas not often talked about in Amish fiction.  The audio (via Hoopla) was very well done and made me want to listen non-stop until I had finished the story. Title: A Miracle of Hope Series: Amish Wonders #1 Author: Ruth Reid Genre: Christian Fiction (Amish) Publisher: Thomas Nelson Release Date: December…

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