Five Fall Favorites, Day 2: Christian Romance


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35 thoughts on “Five Fall Favorites, Day 2: Christian Romance

  1. I have around six library books that want me to read them … I don’t think I’ve ever let them pile up like that! *has been busy* So I know what you mean about lots of books to read (even pleasure reads). :/

  2. All of these books look awesome! I too love historical romance. Especially in the Victorian era. Thanks so much for the suggestions, and I’ll definitely be entering the giveaway! (Who doesn’t love free books?)

  3. Yeah, I read it, and wrote a review.

    Okay! *cowers* I can try, but I need to read Idylls of the King… and Shakespeare’s plays… and other classics I read for school… and other books, like Gilbert Morris books, Thoene series, and Grace Livingston Hill books, are ones we actually own. So they’re a lot easier to obtain. I never get pleasure reads from the library anymore. *sigh*

  4. *sighs with relief* 😉 I’m not sure we’ll know who you are this year. But we’ll come visit anyway.

  5. What?! You mean that’s the ONLY GSP book you are sharing this week? *takes Kellyn’s pulse and feels her head in case she’s sick* 😉

  6. I might actually recommend starting with “Through Waters Deep” for your first Sundin if your mom lets you. Here’s my review: Though, I don’t know … A Distant Melody was just as good, come to think of it. The thing I’m worried about though was that there was a mention of homosexuality (treated as wrong, but you know, it’s there; I talked about it in my review), and I’m not sure what your rules are. 🙂

  7. I think that’s the only one, too! I had to restrain myself, though.

    Not really; I just had a lot of other books to share this year. But Freckles just snuck in … 😉

  8. I haven’t actually read The Witch of Blackbird Pond all the way through. :/ I started it when I was really too little to understand it, and I just never picked it up again. 🙂

  9. (Yes, the best genre ever! 😀 ) Oh, you did? I didn’t realize! Yay! 😀 You should read the other ones … although I admit some have more content than others. :/ It was always well-dealt with, but use caution. 😉

    I really liked the first two Kristi Ann Hunter books in the Hawthorne House series … but the third was pretty awful.

    READ. PORTER. NOW. 😛 I’ve read all her books, and she’s amazing! 😀

  10. I wondered how long it would be before you got a Gene Stratton Porter book in your list. 😉 “Freckles” is a delightful read.

  11. I’ve been wanting to read Sarah Sundin’s book. Maybe I can convince my mom to let me….
    So many awesome books everyone is recommending! 😀

  12. Neat books! One book I love that has clean romance in it is “The Witch of Blackbird Pond” a must read! I haven’t found the book room yet, must find it!! 😀

  13. Is ‘A Distant Melody” a WWII book?

    WWII is awesome!

    Romances are so good! Especially if they are Christian!

  14. Now that I know your favorite historical fiction (it is the best genre, am I right?) I feel urged to read them. I have actually read “A Distant Melody” (You’re right; it was amazing!) and I want to read other Sarah Sundin books. I already have “A Lasting Impression” and “An Elegant Facade” on my TBR list. (I find it interesting that you liked this Kristi Ann Hunter book, but you really disliked “An Uncommon Courtship”. I suppose it just is a reminder that all books by the same author don’t have to be good!) Oh, and I have “Freckles” added to my TBR list, too. You convinced me I should read Gene Stratton Porter. 😉 Plus, Carol Ayers read “The Keeper of the Bees”, so I want to read that, too. So… yeah. I didn’t add any of your books because I already have them all. 😛


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