Get Reading These Christian Romance Books

These stories are of people who are seeking happiness and love in a world that does not always seem fair. But these heroes and heroines have faith and that faith may just be strong enough to get them through anything. Many of these books were published in the last few months and have already been getting excellent reviews from those who love the genres of Christian fiction and romance novels.

Head in the Clouds

By Karen Witemeyer

Adelaide Procter was a young woman looking for her storybook hero. But life is not a fairytale and Adelaide finds herself looking for a job. She ends up a ranch in central Texas working as the governess for a five-year-old named Isabella. The little girl’s guardian is Gideon Wescott and he owns the ranch. He finds himself weary of the new governess but the two must work together when Isabella’s uncle comes to take her and her inheritance. They must fight to protect her from his scheming. The two of them will not be able to deny their growing attraction and must place themselves in the hand of God to find their happily ever after. Written by Karen Witemeyer in 2010.


The Chapel Car Bride

By Judith McCoy Miller

Judith McCoy Miller is an award-winning author of many historical fiction novels. This book was published in April of 2017. It is the story of a women named Hope Irvine, the daughter of a missionary she spends her days traveling the country with him bringing the word of God. She is a woman who always sees the very best in people. Her sweet nature attracts the attention of a minor named Luke and a young mine manager. But Luke soon realized that the manager is using Hope as a cover for his illegal activities. He must set out to discover the truth without putting her in danger.


You’ll Think of Me

By Robin Lee Hatcher

Brooklyn Myers thought she would never return to her hometown in Thunder Creek Idaho but when her estranged husband Chad dies he leaves his family home and acreage to their ten-year-old daughter Alycia. Derek Johnson was Chad’s best friend since they were children but he had hoped to get the acreage for his own farm and was never found of Brooklyn and blames her for leading his friend astray and abandoning him. But he made a promise to treat Alycia like his own daughter, providing her a father figure. Derek and Brooklyn find themselves forced together by unexpected circumstances and ay just discover God has a plan for the two of them. This book is by Robin Lee Hatcher in 2017.


Just the Way You Are

By Pepper Basham

Single mom Eisley Barrett has set out on an adventure to uncover a secret. Wes Harrison has secrets of his own, a past he is ashamed of. Both of them have long since closed themselves off to the possibility of finding love. When faced with each other though, things begin to change. But his past has come back to ruin his second chance. This book was published in 2017 by Pepper D. Basham, an author who lives in Asheville NC with her family. She has been writing all her life and particularly loves to sprinkle her own Appalachian culture into her stories


 True to You 

By Becky Wade

This is the first book in a new romance series titled Bradford Sisters Romance by the author Becky Wade, published in May of 2017. Nora Bradford and John Lawson are opposites. Nora is a genealogist who after a devastating heartbreak has buried herself in her work. John is a former Navy SEAL and always lives in the present. When he discovers that he has inherited a condition he decides to seek out his birth parents. Nora is the one he turns to for help. The more time they spend together the more apparent it becomes that opposites do attract. In seeking their answers, the limits of their faith will be tested as well as their devotion to one another.


 

About the Author

My name is Emerson Rose Craig. I am a creative writing student and aspiring novelist. I love fantasy, historical literature, sci-fi and classic literature but will read whatever I can get my hands on. I also write in all of these genres and more for inspiration does not limit itself and neither will I. If you ask me what my favorite book is I will not answer because picking a favorite book is, to me, like picking a favorite star.