Friday’s Christian eBooks

Seth Browne Novels
by Alicia Gilliam


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His wife’s unsolved murder has driven Seth to a breaking point, but God has only one response for his desperate prayers: Trust Me.

When Cassady finds herself on the run and stranded at the end of a dirt road, she knocks on a stranger’s door. But her needs pale against those of the boy who wanders through the woods the next morning.

Connections are fashioned. Secrets are unraveled. Faith is unfurled.

Book by book, The Seth Browne Novels knit together an unlikely family, delivering them from crushing circumstances and to places of healing.

Contemporary. Character-driven. Christian Fiction.

The Reckoning Trees – Book 1
Walls Crumbling – Book 2
Impossible Refuge – Book 3

New Beginnings at Sandpiper Inn
by Ella Morgan


She’s a celebrity hiding from her agent. He’s the handsome, small-town innkeeper’s son. Will she decide to ditch her life of fame when their attraction becomes too irresistible to deny?

An identity crisis leads Casey Sky from her busy life as a Hollywood actress to small-town Sandpiper Cove. After her escape from the noise and paparazzi to the peaceful beachside town, Casey discovers how peaceful life can be away from the fame.

But can she stay true to her soul search when the inn owner’s handsome son continues to catch her eye?

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(The Almada Family of Sandpiper Cove Series)

Lord of Worth
by Philippa Jane Keyworth


London 1776: Lord Worth is busying himself restoring his family fortunes and burying any feelings he still harbours for the woman who rejected his proposal.

The fact that the lady in question—Lady Rebecca Fairing—happens to be his sister’s best friend, his niece’s godmother, and present at every Societal gathering of consequence is… unfortunate.

Meanwhile Rebecca fears she made the wrong decision in rejecting James Worth, but when he assures her he won’t be renewing his proposal, she is forced to accept her choice. It doesn’t take long for the eligible Lord Worth to attract other suitors, among them Lady Sophia, daughter to Society’s most notorious gossip, Lady Goring…

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(Ladies of Worth Series)

An Unwanted Bride for the Isolated Mountain Man
by Sally M. Ross


Brand New Release from Sally M. Ross

He’s the reserved rancher drawn into unexpected duty. I am the bride ship passenger with no other options. Even though his eyes are cold when I ask him to marry me, I can’t back down… I’ve got no other options.

Lucas, a man of few words, stands by his heartbroken best friend as he seeks a bride through the bride ship program. But when his friend changes his mind, Lucas is faced with a bride in need of a groom. Now, he must make a choice that will change his life forever…

Emma, seeking a fresh start amid the economic turmoil, joins a bride ship. Marrying the first man she meets seems like her last option…

Reborn from Love’s Ashes
by Aurora Hanson


Brand New Release from Aurora Hanson

Nora Turner has lost everything. Struggling to survive, she never expected to see the man who abandoned her at the altar again. His return brings back all the pain of his betrayal… Yet, with her father gone and her life in shambles, Nora reluctantly accepts his help.

Will she risk her heart once more, or is the wound too deep to heal?

Oliver Clarke never wanted to leave Nora behind. Forced to protect her from a deadly criminal, he disappeared on their wedding day. Now, years later, his hunt for a notorious fugitive leads him back to his hometown and to the woman he’s never stopped loving…

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(Brides of the Untamed Frontier Series)

The Girl Who Sees Angels
by Jeffrey McClain Jones


Lights in the darkness, shadows in daylight, she has seen them all her life, and feared them. Can she break free now? Does she really want to?

Sophie Ramos has always thought she was cursed and maybe crazy. Even her mother doubted her when she was a child. Priests and psychiatrists doubted her too. But psychics tried to recruit Sophie to enrich and empower themselves.

Now she’s thirty-two, living on her own, keeping her secret from everyone except her mother and a few close friends. But a threatening specter begins to visit her at night, and more than her sleep is at stake…

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(Sophie Ramos Series)

Rafe’s Cafe
by Jackie Zack


A Fateful Match

With an appreciation for retro style and a feisty pet ferret, Rafe Sinclair is not the ordinary pizza chef of the 1990s. Although he enjoys hard work, nothing in his life has ever gone right. Dreams of having his own cafe have vanished, and love has always slipped away. Hope surprises him in the form of a blind date.

Running from a painful past, cute Goth, Patty Blackford finds herself matched with an unlikely suitor. Maybe he will be entertaining for several months or more. She will win his love with the intent of breaking his heart. Then she can fully receive the compensation the male gender owes her and rebuild her life.

Everything is looking up for Rafe and Patty. What could possibly go wrong?

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(Rafe’s Cafe: Book 2)

Front Porch Tales
by Philip Gulley


Master storyteller Philip Gulley shares tender and hilarious real-life moments that capture the important truths of everyday life.

When Philip Gulley began writing newsletter essays for the twelve members of his Quaker meeting in Indiana, he had no idea one of them would find its way to radio commentator Paul Harvey Jr. and be read on the air to twenty-four million people. Fourteen books later, with more than a million books in print, Gulley still entertains as well as inspires from his small-town front porch.

Till We Have Faces
by C. S. Lewis


C. S. Lewis—the great British writer, scholar, lay theologian, broadcaster, Christian apologist, and bestselling author of Mere Christianity, The Screwtape Letters, The Great Divorce, The Chronicles of Narnia, and many other beloved classics—brilliantly reimagines the story of Cupid and Psyche. Told from the viewpoint of Psyche’s sister, Orual, Till We Have Faces is a brilliant examination of envy, betrayal, loss, blame, grief, guilt, and conversion. In this, his final—and most mature and masterful—novel, Lewis reminds us of our own fallibility and the role of a higher power in our lives.

The Jewish Gospels
by Daniel Boyarin


Guiding us through a rich tapestry of new discoveries and ancient scriptures, The Jewish Gospels makes the powerful case that our conventional understandings of Jesus and of the origins of Christianity are wrong. In Boyarin’s scrupulously illustrated account, the coming of the Messiah was fully imagined in the ancient Jewish texts. Jesus, moreover, was embraced by many Jews as this person, and his core teachings were not at all a break from Jewish beliefs and teachings. Jesus and his followers, Boyarin shows, were simply Jewish. What came to be known as Christianity came much later, as religious and political leaders sought to impose a new religious orthodoxy that was not present at the time of Jesus’s life.