Saturday’s Christian eBooks

A Chance Mistake
by Jackie Zack


A Vacation Takes a Funny Turn . By the flip of a coin, famous novelist, Kory Slate travels to Wales intent on finding rest and relaxation. His latest best seller has left him freaked out, and he begins to suspect that he’s being followed. Is he the target of a nefarious scheme? Has his money-making imagination veered out of control?

An array of Kory’s books in a Welsh bookstore window pulls him into the shop to browse. He is astonished to meet Dafina Perry, the living image of a female character in his last book. As his vacation progresses down its unusual track, he finds himself inexplicably and somewhat humorously entangled in her family drama.

Immortality: This is Probably a Novel
by Anna Faversham


Chester, an investigative journalist, is in fear of his life and hides out in a remote part of New Zealand, 12,000 miles from Kate, the woman he loves. His quiet life is interrupted when a stranger knocks on his door and transports him to the world’s best kept secret. True to his training, he keeps a diary of his perplexing experiences, all of which he dismisses as impossible. As his life becomes more alarming, his longing to see Kate grows. Yet how can he explain to her what he can’t bring himself to believe?

After she reads his diary, she becomes his lifeline helping him to understand that he must warn others of the danger, just as a lighthouse does.

A Deal With Love
by Ellen Knightley


Brand New Release from Ellen Knightley.

James Clark cannot step out into town without being chased by mothers hoping to marry off their daughters. Yet tying his happiness to another person is not in his plans. So when his father informs him that he will be cut off if he doesn’t get married soon, James finds himself in a tight spot. At that moment, his childhood arch-enemy, Rose, comes to him with a peculiar plan that could solve both of their problems… a pretend courtship. Only he never imagined that feigning affection for her would come so naturally, and before long the line between pretense and truth becomes blurred.

Will he manage to make Rose see that she is the one who truly owns his heart?

A Taste of Murder
by Cynthia Raye


Brand New Release from Cynthia Raye.

Kim Bailey was laser-focused on owning a bakery someday. Life in the coastal town of Dusk Bay always seemed to be preparing her for the moment she could make her dreams come true. An abbreviated stint in culinary school and many years of working in a restaurant led up to the perfect opportunity. When Vandyke’s Bakery was closing for business and Riddley Vandyke agreed to sell, Kim believed her prayers were answered. Against her family’s advice, but with her strong determination and passion showing the way, she seized the opportunity. Little did she know, though, that fate had other plans for her. It all comes crashing down when the tragic and shockingly gruesome murder of Riddley Vandyke in his own bakery puts Kim’s whole future in jeopardy…

Is this going to be a sudden stop to her career, or even worse, her complete downfall…? Will her amateur detective skills though, rise to the occasion? Or will she remain merely a pawn of the killer’s devious scheme?

Psalm-Hymns Volumes One & Two, Psalms 1-72:
For Personal Recital or Communal Reflection
by L. L. Larkins, Crystal Schwartskopf


The Psalms offer time-honored traditions of expression describing the wonder of God during terror, disaster, lament, praise, gratitude and hope.

These 72 Psalms are sung to favorite hymns for purposes of evening and morning worship cycles, theatrical recitals and antiphonal choirs.

Prepare yourself. God’s wisdom is like a mirror reflecting His personality, His desires, His power in combat for the soul. Ancient prayers of witnesses, reciting the Lord’s acts of loving kindness and odd silences, help us now sing praise to the God of our Faith within the reflection of this mirror. In desperate times, we need a rescuer. Here is the quintessential handy, how-to guide to saving faith, with detailed strategies and life-saving illustrations.

My hope is, by reciting or singing these Psalms, our souls are transformed by a new awareness of God’s awesome presence. May the Psalms translate into spiritual works, those daily refractions of love and light into communities. Be inspired. Be greatly inspired. Your spiritual understanding could be your saving grace. In any event, you will never be the same!

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(Psalm Hymns: Volumes Three & Four, Psalms 73-106)

The Diary Of A Christian Woman
by Irma Mathis


The Diary of A Christian Woman recounts the life of one woman, abandoned by her husband and left alone to raise three daughters. Faced with great adversity, she turns to God, who proceeds to lead her on a spiritual journey of self-reflection. Her faith is tested beyond measure, so she turns to her only source of comfort, her diary. This is where God met her.

“…The only thing Ms. Mathis could think of in helping her with the enormous hardship which had suddenly been thrusted into her life had the Lord who she turned to in her hour of need. Her adoration for the Lord at this time set her on a divine voyage of self-awareness where her devotion gets tested numerous times. When this happened, like us Ms. Mathis needed to find a resource from which comfort could be gained, and for her it became her diary, where she’d repeatedly thank the Lord in helping to get through another day…” by Amazon Customer

Stick a Cork in It
by Rich Amooi


Ivy needs a miracle and a drink – not necessarily in that order. What she doesn’t need is Ted Jacobs, aka Mr. Know-it-All. She’s determined to save her struggling winery, but she can do it without the annoyingly handsome man’s help, thank you very much.

Ted wants to catch lightning in a bottle and create the world’s greatest wine, but he’s smart enough to know he can’t do it alone. When he heads to Napa Valley to keep his grandma from ending up in jail (don’t ask), he meets Ivy Dobbs, the world’s most stubborn woman. Fine, she’s beautiful and as intoxicating as his award-winning cabernet, but she stomps on his offer to collaborate.

Ted knows it’s risky to mix business with pleasure, but if Ivy would only listen, they might just be the toast of the town.

Can We Still Believe in the Rapture?
by Mark Hitchcock, Ed Hindson


Christian Fiction… or Biblical Fact? Today, the hope that all believers on earth will be “caught up” to heaven is being challenged in new waves of criticism. Is the rapture really taught in the Bible? Can we really expect Jesus to gather up His followers before the Antichrist is revealed?

In this well-reasoned and thorough defense, prophecy authors Mark Hitchcock and Ed Hindson examine the concept, context, and consequences of the important and long-expected event known as the rapture. Discover the answers to such questions as…

The Fitting Room
by Kelly Minter


Colossians 3:12 tells us to “clothe” ourselves in Christian virtues such as forgiveness, joy, patience, and compassion. But how does that work in real life? Can we really “dress up” in the character of Christ? Kelly Minter says the answer is yes—if we let the Master Designer do the fitting. This relatable book offers insightful Scripture study with real-life stories and simple, down-to-earth explanations of the tricky concepts of justification and sanctification—stitching it all together with dry humor and honesty.

Cambodian History
by Captivating History


Two captivating manuscripts in one book:

History of Cambodia: A Captivating Guide to Cambodian History, Including Events Such as the Rise and Decline of the Khmer Empire, Siege of Angkor, Cambodian-Vietnamese War, and Cambodian Civil War

The Khmer Empire: A Captivating Guide to the Merged Kingdoms of Cambodia That Became the Angkor Empire That Ruled over Most of Mainland Southeast Asia and Parts of Southern China