Toni Shiloh (Bethany House)
This book is getting a lot of attention right now, and for good reason. We ladies love a good princess story, and even more when it’s a Christian one that reminds us that we’re daughters of the King. Shiloh takes a classic trope—a modern American woman discovers she’s in fact a princess—and adds a unique twist by setting her fictional kingdom off the coast of Africa. With beautiful themes of forgiveness, finding one’s true identity, and the importance of family; a gorgeous setting; and just enough romance and excitement to keep the pages turning, In Search of a Prince hits exactly the right note.
Amanda Dykes (Bethany House)
Just in time for the centennial anniversary of the dedication of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier comes Yours Is the Night, Dykes’s stunningly crafted tale of an unlikely band of companions who are put to the ultimate test in the final days of the First World War. Taking us from American soil deep into the forests of France, and even to Paris, the book tugs at every heartstring while reminding us that the same God who shines his light in the day also holds the darkest nights in the palm of his hand.
Camille Eide (WhiteFire Publishing)
If you’re looking for a story that will resonate deep in your heart and stay with you for years, check out Wings Like a Dove. Set in New York and Indiana during the Great Depression, this tale of an immigrant girl desperate to protect life not only paints a rich picture of the era but also dives deep into what faith really means, demonstrating how we can change the world when we love as Christ loves us. A perfect example of how fiction can teach the most beautiful of God’s truths, the book is suited for group discussions.
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