Inspirational Fiction

    • At Home in Mitford
      Jan Karon

      The first novel in the beloved series set in America’s favorite small town, Mitford, finds Episcopal rector Father Tim longing for change. Enter a dog the size of a couch, add an attractive neighbor who wears a path through the hedge, and stir in a lovable but unloved boy. Suddenly, Father Tim gets more than he bargained for and readers get a rich comedy about ordinary people.

    • Bring on the Blessings
      Beverly Jenkins

      When one of the last surviving towns founded by freed slaves after the Civil War is facing foreclosure, its mayor puts it up for sale. He finds a buyer in Bernardine Brown who’s just won a multimillion dollar divorce settlement and who believes the town's sale to be a sign from God. She decides to buy and rebuild Henry Adams, KS but not everyone is on board.

    • Cold Shot
      Dani Pettrey

      Griffin McCray, a Gettysburg Park ranger, captures relic hunters who’ve dug up skeletal remains. Charming anthropologist Finley Scott finds the body is modern. Also on the case are two of Griffin’s childhood friends. He soon realizes he'll need to confront the darkest days of his life if he - and those he cares about - are to escape the spiral of murder. A fast-paced blend of intrigue, romance, and faith.

    • The Crimson Cord
      Jill Eileen Smith

      The breathtaking story of the prostitute who risked everything to protect two Israelite spies before the battle of Jericho. Readers will find themselves fully immersed in a world of dark and dusty streets, clandestine meetings, and daring escapes as a mysterious biblical figure claims her full humanity--and a permanent place in readers' hearts.

    • Hope Harbor
      Irene Hannon

      Coming home wasn't on Tracy's agenda and neither was romance, but when she meets Michael, everything changes. As those in the seaside village come closer together despite their fears, they find their lives growing richer in ways they thought were lost forever. Emotional and heartwarming, this story invites you to come to Hope Harbor, where love and hope bloom--and hearts heal.

    • In Places Hidden
      Tracie Peterson

      Camri Coulter's search for her missing brother, Caleb, leads her deep into the political corruption of San Francisco, and into the acquaintance of Patrick Murdock. As the two try to find Caleb, the stakes rise and threats loom. Will Patrick be able to protect her from danger?

    • Plain Murder
      Emma Miller

      A shallow grave is found on a Pennsylvania farm, and one woman straddling two worlds must uncover a killer--and create a life on her own terms. Fifteen years after leaving Amish life, Rachel has returned and tries to help her community in ways they can’t help themselves. As she works to clear her uncle Aaron’s name, she discovers secrets that put her own life in danger. A unique mystery debut.

    • Prayer
      Philip Kerr

      Discovering he played a key role in condemning an innocent man to death row, FBI Domestic Terrorism Unit agent Gil Martins struggles with family estrangement and a loss of faith while endeavoring to stop a religious zealot who is targeting secular public figures.

    • The Promise of Dawn
      Lauraine Snelling

      To emigrate or not? That’s the question facing pregnant Signe and her family. They go... then wish they hadn't. After a difficult trip from Norway to Minnesota, they're met with demanding relatives who force them into harsh labor to repay their passage. With fascinating insight into early-1900s' life and the trials immigrants faced, this is the first of the series.

    • The Saturday Night Supper Club
      C.E. Laureano

      This series opener is a sweet, funny, food-centered romance that follows chef Rachel Bishop as she tries to rebuild her career by joining forces with the man who inadvertently set the disaster in motion. A repentant Alex Kanin helps her host an exclusive pop-up dinner party for Denver foodies. A charmingly written tale of faith, love, friendship, and food, this will leave you hungry for the next installment.

    • The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck
      Bethany Turner

      Sarah Hollenbeck is torn between her Christian faith and her future as a writer of steamy romance novels and things become even more complicated when she finds herself falling in love with her pastor. With a powerful voice, penetrating insight, and plenty of wit, Bethany Turner’s debut isn't afraid to deal with the thorny realities of living the Christian life.

    • The Sisters of Sugarcreek
      Cathy Liggett

      Many lives were changed the day a fire burned down Faith Community Church, devastating the small town of Sugarcreek, Ohio.Now a young Amish widow, Lydia Gruber faces an uncertain future.

    • To the Moon and Back
      Karen Kingsbury

      Meeting the son of an Oklahoma City bombing victim who lost contact with, the daughter of another bombing victim, Ashley struggles to help the man find the girl at the same time she tries to get her husband to understand why she feels strongly compelled to get involved.

    • Wild Montana Skies
      Susan May Warren

      Home on leave, search and rescue pilot Kacey Fairing hopes to reconnect with the now-teenage daughter she sees only between deployments. She’s also dealing with the return of her old flame, Ben King, whom she is forced to work with as the town faces a state of emergency due to flash floods. But when things turn personal, can they put aside the past to save their future?

    • The Writing Desk
      Rachel Hauck

      Tenly, a present-day author with a bestseller, has writer’s block as her second book is due. Birdie, a daughter of old money in the Gilded Age, wants to be a writer instead of doing as her family expects. They’re two strong women, writers facing unpleasant futures, trying to achieve their goals regardless of any obstacles. And it all starts with a very special writing desk.