Start your summer off right with a stack of new Christian fiction releases.
Like romantic suspense? When you’re finished here, slip on over to the Suspense Sisters blog to read my review of Terri Blackstock’s Distortion. 🙂
Seaside Proposal by Narelle Atkins — Billie Radcliffe is only staying in the close-knit beach community until she finds the man who is the key to her rejection-riddled history. Her growing relationship with good-looking banker and youth leader Zach Montford could crumble when her deepest secret is revealed. (Contemporary Romance from Love Inspired [Harlequin])
Firefly Valley by Amanda Cabot — Marisa St. George has lost her dream job and come home to manage the struggling Rainbow’s End resort in the small Texas town where she grew up. The only silver lining is Blake Kendall, a new guest who is making her believe in love at first sight. But is he really who she thinks he is? (Contemporary Romance from Revell [Baker Publishing Group]) **Look for my review later in the month.**
Summer Brides: A Year of Weddings Novella Collection by Debra Clopton, Marybeth Whalen and Beth Wiseman — A June Bride by Marybeth Whalen: Wynne Hardy says “yes” to the perfect man on a reality TV show, then her ex-boyfriend walks back into her life. A July Bride by Beth Wiseman: Brendan Myers left Alyssa Pennington at the altar. Winning back his bride might prove much more difficult than he can imagine. An August Bride by Debra Clopton: Cousin to the bride, Kelsey Wilcox meets groomsman Brent Corbin at a Texas beach wedding. Brent is determined to change the pretty bistro owner’s mind about cowboys. (Contemporary Romance from Zondervan)
Whenever You Come Around (A King’s Meadow Romance) by Robin Lee Hatcher — Best-selling author Charity Anderson returns home to King’s Meadow to defeat a bad case of writer’s block. Then her dog causes an accident where longtime crush Buck Malone breaks his wrist and ankle. Charity finds herself caring for the handsome wilderness guide, since this calamity will keep him off the trail for weeks during prime tourist-season. Buck finds himself hoping to change this city girl’s mind about small town living. (Contemporary Romance from HarperCollins Christian Publishing [Thomas Nelson and Zondervan])
Safe in the Fireman’s Arms by Tina Radcliffe — Neither Maggie Jones nor widowed fire chief Jake MacLaughlin are interested in finding love. When they team up as a fake couple to avoid potential dates, sparks kindle and they might just find trouble in Paradise, Colorado. (Contemporary Romance from Love Inspired [Harlequin])
The Doctor’s Second Chance by Missy Tippens — When a bachelor’s wayward cousin leaves him with her baby to raise, he’s forced to seek help from the one woman he can’t trust, the town’s new pediatrician. (Contemporary Romance from Love Inspired [Harlequin])
A Love Like Ours by Becky Wade — A scarred Texas marine and his vivacious childhood best friend find love and healing while training thoroughbred horses. (Contemporary Romance from Bethany House [Baker Publishing])
The Most Eligible Bachelor Romance Collection by Amanda Barratt, Susanne Dietze, Cynthia Hickey, Shannon McNear, Gabrielle Meyer, Connie Stevens, Erica Vetsch, Gina Welborn, Kathleen Y’Barbo, and Jennifer Uhlarik – Nine historical romance novellas where love comes to the most eligible bachelor in town. (Historical Romance from Barbour Publishing)
Love by Design (The Dressmaker’s Daughters #3) by Christine Johnson — Jen Fox won’t let anyone keep her from joining the first flight expedition to the North Pole. Even if the person trying to take her seat is the dashing, world-famous stunt pilot Dan Wagner. Their strictly business relationship hits turbulence when both begin to wish for something more personal. (Historical Romance from Love Inspired [Harlequin])
Until the Harvest by Sarah Loudin Thomas — When family tragedy derails Henry Phillips’s college studies, he consoles himself with his fiddle and the family farm. His grandmother’s helper, Margaret Hoffman, is always around, ready to push his buttons, and it seems she doesn’t care about his troubles. But Margaret has her own problems. Henry and Margaret soon find themselves relying on each other as they face potential loss and find healing in the most surprising places. (Historical Romance from Bethany House [Baker Publishing])
Falcon by Ronie Kendig — When a deadly bombing separates Staff Sergeant Brian “Hawk” Bledsoe, from his team, he must make a choice: save his brothers-in-arms, or save the woman and children depending on him to survive a brutal snowstorm. (Romantic Suspense from Barbour Publishing)
See No Evil (Rustic Knoll Bible Camp Book 3) by Mary L. Hamilton — Blindness didn’t keep Steven Miller from getting sucked into pornography, and with Dad’s death compounding his guilt, can he atone for his sin by keeping his friend from traveling the same path? (Young Adult Fiction, Independently Published)
A number of these stories revolve around heroes and heroines with interesting occupations and dilemmas. What is the most unique occupation you’ve read about in fiction?
More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website.
Note: This list is compiled from those books registered by ACFW member authors on Fiction Finder and reprinted with permission of ACFW.
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