Hey, y’all! I hope you’re enjoying the Fall weather, beautiful leaves, pumpkin spice, football, or whatever blessing Fall brings your way every year. I thought I’d bring you a list of Christian Romance recommendations, spelling out Fall Romance. I’ve read and highly recommend all of these books. Let’s get started …
(Note: All links lead to Goodreads unless otherwise stated.)
F: Fire by Night by Lynn Austin
This one is part of a series, and I do recommend reading the books in order. But this one happens to be my absolute favorite.
A: A Sparkle of Silver by Liz Johnson
I’m a huge Liz Johnson fan, and here’s another favorite from her.
L: Life After by Katie Ganshert
Oh, my stars!!! If you’re looking for emotional fiction with a touch of romance, this right here is it!
L: Like a Flower in Bloom by Siri Mitchell
Mitchell has a wide range of novels out now, and this is one of her tender Christian historical romances.
R: Rebellious Heart by Jody Hedlund
I think this one may be my favorite from her. You’ll want to check it out if you’re into the Revolutionary War era.
O: On the Cliffs of Foxglove Manor by Jaime Jo Wright
This one is your romance, suspense, treasure hunt, and ghost story mystery all rolled into one. It happens to be her most romantic story to date, but don’t pick it up if you’re not into the creepier fiction. Or you can be like me and leave the lights on while you read. 😉
M: Marrying Mr. Wrong by Melissa Jagears
Eeeeek! I love, love, love this story. There’s an “ugly” underdog, a reformed spoiled girl, and a long journey. It’s currently sitting high on my re-read list.
A: A Rumored Fortune by Joanna Davidson Politano
Now here’s an author you need to pick up if you haven’t already. Her stories are so gripping and well written. She writes solid mysteries that aren’t creepy or centered around murder.
N: Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen
This one is a classic Regency novel and not Christian Fiction. But it happens to be a favorite of mine … although all of her books are. I’m convinced that anyone still swooning over Mr. Darcy hasn’t met Mr. Tilney yet. Trust me, Mr. Tilney’s the one you want. 😉
C: Christy by Catherine Marshall
Here’s another sweet classic. I grew up watching the Kellie Martin series, and the book is equally charming. Even better, go find the Kellie Martin audio version!
E: Engraved on the Heart by Tara Johnson
I love a good Civil War story, but this one included a rare ailment which made the story even better. I love when authors are able to incorporate the lesser talked about things in their novels.
I hope you found something new to read from this list. Let me know if we have any favorites in common or if you’re picking up any of my recommendations soon!
And I’ll leave you with one last Fall recommendation …
Before I started writing Christmas stories, I snuck in one Fall-themed novel. 🙂
Will time-travel bring her everything she ever wanted?
Liz Cooke has two problems in life: Her social media is filled with brewing political conflict and her idea of a perfect man seems to have gone extinct a century ago. Inspired by the contents of an antique trunk, Liz dreams she time-travels to 1885.
As she sets out to enjoy the Victorian era in all its glory, armed with knowledge gleaned through historical novels and period dramas, will she find the past to be all that she thought? And does the right man for her exist only in her dreams or has he been in her life all along?
Loosely inspired by Alice in Wonderland, A.M. Heath brings you a fun read chock-full of humor and whimsy with a special message for the avid reader in all of us.