We love to highlight all different genres of books, so this week, we’re featuring several new Christian Romance Fiction choices on our shelves.
This book is set in two different time periods – present day and the 1860s. Two women face marital breaking points and must decide how best to advocate for what they need, trusting God to lead them down the right path. Content warning: this book features spousal abuse and threats of murder in the 1860s timeline.
Other books in the series: Her Heart’s Desire and Her Only Wish.
It has been two years since Lily traveled to Florida from Ohio, and she’s happy with her new life. At least, most of the time, she’s happy. But now she has met Eddie, a hard-working farmer, from a town close to hers in Ohio. She believes she can’t go back to a place where she wasn’t accepted, but she can’t ask him to stay in Florida with her. Can she?
This novella is perfect Christmas reading! Adelaide has just found out she is a direct descendant of King Maximillian V of Montovia. She can’t believe that this is real life, but decides to take the king up on his offer of a holiday in Montovia. She finds a beautiful country with very jealous royal relatives, and a chance of fairy-tale, happily-ever-after love.
Julia Monroe is in her 40s, and hoping for a fresh new start. She is a widow with two grown children, but now she can focus on herself and building her New Orleans cleaning business. But God and her best friend has other plans for her, throwing her together with her old flame, Samuel, who has just moved back home. She wants to avoid him, to keep her heart from breaking again, but will she give him a chance?
First book in the series is: Cold Light of Day.
Set in southern Alaska, this book is a romantic suspense featuring a bush pilot named Carrie and a Montana detective named Trevor. Trevor is searching for his missing sister, and all he has to go on are some photographs. Carrie knows the area well and can help him, if he helps her find her best friend’s killer along the way. The two face danger on their quest for answers, and must learn to trust each other.
Starr is struggling. She’s come home for Christmas with no job and no significant other, and she has to attend her sister’s wedding to her ex-boyfriend. Thankfully, her brother’s best friend jumps in and offers to attend wedding festivities with her, in exchange for her fixing up his failing Christmas shop. Could this lead to her happily-ever-after?
Mary Beth Adams is the Community Engagement Librarian for Alamance County Public Libraries. She can be reached at 336-570-6981 or email@example.com.