Christian Book Reviews — At Least a Little Romance in every One!

"Faith and Victory Require Searching with Heart and Sword" This review is from: The Weapons of Warfare (The Center Circle Chronicles) by Steve Biddison What does Landru need to free his world from his conquering foe? Where can he look for allies when those he depended on shake his trust to its core? Will a... Continue Reading →

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"Goats give milk?" asked Anthony. "And since you imported everything from Earth, why do you have weeds?" Joan just stared at Anthony for a few seconds, then said, "Follow me." She led him past a stone shed, then up to a cooler. She reached into the cooler and poured liquid into a small cup. "What's... Continue Reading →

Guest Post by Dana Pratola for her new Release — Descended — Jett

DESCENDED ~ Jett   BLURB: He has no wings or halo, but he’s an honest-to-goodness hero. …And his lineage is quite impressive. When a reclusive businessman takes an interest in Haven’s artwork, she knows it’s an answer to prayer. But Jett Cestone is an enigma with a disconcerting connection to the young women in his... Continue Reading →

They Got More Than Hannah’s Blessing — A review of Hannah’s Blessing by Collette Scott

If any contemporary romance gave excellent advice to its readers, it's this one. It tells lovers, and readers, not to make assumptions. It reminded me a lot of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. There is a small amount of language and non-graphic sexual reference in the book dealt with appropriately for any adult or young... Continue Reading →

Put a Little Adult Historical Romantic Suspense on Your EReader

Our books don't quite pigeonhole easily into one genre, so we try to give them descriptions like the one above. The three books featured today are Send a White Rose, The Baron of Larcondale, and Vienta. In the spirit of romance, we include here some excerpts from these three books on the subject of true... Continue Reading →

A Simple Plan for Christian Romance

Make it an element of the story, not the main focus. Adventure, suspense, mystery, or some other focus helps keep the story balanced. Focus on purity, privacy, and married intimacy rather than oozing emotion and sensuality between unmarried people. Fidelity, self-sacrifice, and playful fun help round out the romance. Keep it within the context of... Continue Reading →

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