Inspirational Fiction

    • As the Tide Comes In
      Cindy Woodsmall

      An unthinkable loss sends a former foster child to Georgia's St. Simons Island, where she searches for answers and a new start within a group of eccentric but kindhearted locals.

    • Buried Secrets
      Irene Hannon

      Small town police chief Lisa Grant works with former Navy SEAL and detective Mac McGregor to investigate the discovery of an unmarked grave, which puts the two in danger from someone desperate to stop the investigation.

    • 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.

    • Harry's Trees
      Joe Cohen

      When his wife dies, Harry Crane leaves his old life behind and takes up residence in the woods behind a single mother house. She and her daughter have suffered a tragedy of their own and Harry reluctantly agrees to help the little girl in a scheme to escape his past, which just might change his life.

    • The Hideaway
      Lauren Denton

      After her grandmother’s death, Sara discovers she’s been left her run-down B&B in Alabama and tasked with renovating it and uncovers a box in the attic that reveals a mysterious side of her grandmother’s life that ultimately impacted her own destiny.

    • 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?

    • The Love Letter
      Rachel Hauck

      With the colonies at war, Esther must choose between her love and her devotion to her loyalist father. Years later, actress Chloe Daschle accepts a role in a film based on a letter Esther received from her love, on the eve of battle.

    • 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.