I love reading books. Over the years I have swayed away from the redundant story lines of Christian fiction and picked up a wider variety of reads. But in recent months, I have found that Christian fiction seems to be making a great come-back! One way I love to read these book is through Kindle deals! It makes them as affordable as picking them up through the thrift store, and saves me more money on library fees. Some of these I have read and I will actually recommend them. Some I have heard only good things about and thought I would share. I hope you find a book that will suite your taste and not break your wallet.
I actually JUST read this book and you can find my Goodreads Review here. It was a delightful read and I have really enjoyed the whole series. This book is less than $1 right now!
I purchased this one the second I saw it. I have never read it but Chautona Havig posted a phenomenal review and since we tend to have the same thoughts when it comes to biblical fiction, I knew I could trust her judgement.
I read this in my teen years and absolutely loved it. I am not a big Frank Peretti fan, but I always really enjoyed Ted Dekker. Three was also made into a movie that was so much fun to watch when it came out. Spoiler alert, the book was better! This is a Christian thriller.
These are authors that I have read works from and have enjoyed. I saw some bargain prices and thought I would share with you.
This was another book I had to get. A biochemist at the turn of the century?! Yes, please! As I stated, I have read other works by this author and have enjoyed her writing.
Amanda Cabot wrote one of my favorite series, Texas Dream Series, and I kind of wonder how this will compare to it. The plot line seems a little familiar: western chick leery of doctors and a doctor trying to hide his past… But, Cabot has never failed me yet!
Jane Kirkpatrick is one of those authors that I will purchase anything by if I see it. So far, I have loved everything she has written and she writes with Christian depth that I have not often in Christian Fiction. I love how Jane Kirkpatrick takes historical person or moment and weaves such an indepth story. She nails it almost every time.
I am super excited about this book. I have heard only good things about Melanie Dickerson and have been waiting an opportunity to read some of her works. I will have a review soon to share with you on my Goodreads account!
This looked really good and it was an Amazon recommendation with all these other book. However, I cannot find anything that suggests it is a Christian Fiction, but it looks intriguing! Just wanted this out there that I do not know if it is Christian or not.