Friday, August 10, 2012

Gentle Reads, vol. I

Are you looking for a good, clean read? Check out some of the library’s Christian fiction titles. The genre  includes a nice variety of in nearly every fiction genre.

If you like a humorous read that includes animals, try Norah's Ark by Judy Baer.

The Drama Queen series by Tracey Bateman and the Weddings by Bella series by Janice Thompson are modern-day romantic comedies that will delight. A modern-day light romance to try is A Billion Reasons Why by Kristen Billerback.  If light historical romance is more to your liking, try Courting Miss Amsel by Kim Sawyer.

Or how about some historical fiction?  How Do I Love Thee? by Nancy Moser is a fictionalized version of the Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning's story and  The Silent Governess by Julie Klassen is reminiscent of Jane Austen with a hint of mystery. Both are good reads.

If you like Bible heroes, try the Chronicles of the Kings series by Lynn Austin.

For the lover of westerns, consider the Sophie's Daughters series by Mary Connealy or the Noble Legacy series by Susan Warren.

Check out Book Notes again next week for even more Christian fiction titles and authors.   Or see our full list of recommended Christian Fiction reads.

Mary Sue @ Warrenton

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