Christian Fiction

To Whisper Her Name by Tamera Alexander

Olivia Aberdeen, destitute widow of a man shot as a traitor to the South, gratefully accepts an invitation from Elizabeth Harding, mistress of Belle Meade Plantation. Expecting to be the head housekeeper, Olivia is disillusioned when she learns the real reason Elizabeth's husband, Confederate General William Giles Harding, agreed to her coming. Not finding the safe haven she expects, Olivia is caught off guard by her feelings for Ridley Adam Cooper, a Southern man who seems anything but a Southern gentleman.

Murder Simply Brewed by Vannetta Chapman

When coffee shop manager Ethan Gray is murdered in Middlebury's Amish Artisan Village, two women from different walks of life must join together to solve the mystery.

The Amish Groom by Mindy Starns Clark

Tyler Anderson was a military kid until the age of six, when his mom died. His dad placed him in the care of his Amish grandparents, an arrangement that was supposed to be temporary. It lasted a lifetime. Rachel Hoeck is the young woman waiting for Tyler's proposal. She senses that he loves her, but he may not be ready to commit to an Amish lifestyle. When an opportunity to reconnect with his father arises, Tyler begins to question everything, including a future with Rachel. Will he choose to be an Amish groom after all?

A Heart's Disguise by Colleen Coble

In theaftermath of the Civil War, a young woman searches for her lost love at the edge of the West. The Civil War has destroyed Sarah Montgomery's marriage before it's even begun. After Sarah receives word that her fiancé, Rand Campbell, has been killed fighting for the Union, her brothers and ailing father persuade her to pledge herself to Ben Croftner--despite her strong misgivings. But when Sarah finds out that Rand is in fact alive--and that Ben Croftner knew it--she indignantly breaks off the engagement and goes in search of Rand.

My Heart Stood Still by Lori Copeland

The three wily and beautiful McDougal sisters can swindle a man faster than it takes to lasso a calf. But their luck is running out, and they're about to be hauled off to jail. When the wagon carrying them falls under attack, each sister is picked up by a different man. In this installment of the series, Anne-Marie, the middle sister, is saved by Creed Walker, a Crow warrior.

Courting Cate by Leslie Gould

Cate Miller has scared off every suitor. Pete Troyer has never failed at anything. Could he be the one to finally tame the fiery Cate?

Secrets of Sloane House by Shelley Shepard Gray

In order to find her sister who went missing while working as a maid for a prominent Chicago family, Rosalind Perry hires on as the new housemaid for the same family.

Passing Strangers by Angela Hunt

Three train travels create a sort of surrogate family on a journey through the southern United States.

Barefoot Summer by Denise Hunter

In the years since her twin brother's drowning, Madison has struggled to put it behind her. Despite the support of her close-knit family and her gratifying job as a veterinarian in their riverside town, the loss still haunts her. To find closure, Madison sets out to fulfill his dream of winning the town's annual regatta. But first she has to learn to sail, and fast. She'll even work with the infamous Beckett to reach her goal.

Empire's End: A Novel of the Apostle Paul by Jerry B. Jenkins

In this fictional account, the author tells of a devout Jewish scholar, who after only three years in the Arabian wilderness, emerges as the greatest Christian theologian in history. This novel explains how, after supervising the death of Jesus's disciples, Paul would be moved to effectively conquer the Roman Empire with a message about a Jewish man named Jesus.

The Love Letters by Beverly Lewis

Marlena Wenger, a young aunt from the Beachy Amish caring for her infant niece, finds comfort and hope from an Old Order Amish mother and her family who extend friendship to a homeless man, whose few possessions include a collection of love letters.

Where Trust Lies by Janette Oke

After teaching in a 1920s mining town in western Canada, Beth Thatcher no longer feels at home among her wealthy family in the East, and her heart is torn between two very different worlds.

Steadfast Heart by Tracie Peterson

In 1880s Seattle, Washington, Lenore Fulcher desires true love, while her father is intent on marrying her off to one of his business partners. When lawyer Kolbein Booth arrives searching for his sister at a finishing school for mail-order brides, he and Lenore face danger and uncertainty amidst their growing attraction.

To Everything a Season by Lauraine Snelling

In the first decade of the twentieth century, Miriam is in Blessing, N.D. to get practical training to become an accredited nurse. She's been promised a position in the Chicago women's hospital that will enable her to support her siblings and her ailing mother. Although eager to return to her family, Miriam is surprised to find how much she enjoys the small town of Blessing. And her growing attachment to Trygve soon has her questioning a future she always considered set in stone.

Every Bride Needs a Groom by Janice A. Thompson

Even though her boyfriend has yet to propose, Katie sees no problem in entering a contest to win her dream dress, until she wins the contest and loses her boyfriend on the same day and can't decide how to proceed without embarrassing herself in front of the hunky bridal shop owner.

The Dance by Dan Walsh

After 27 years of marriage, Marilyn has had enough of feeling unloved and neglected. She wants to experience some measure of happiness before she's too old to enjoy it, even signing up for dance lessons, something Jim would never do. What will it take for Jim to finally become the man Marilyn needs him to be?