Oh, the anticipation! 5 friends and I have joined together to create a summertime treat for you. In one digital volume, for a limited time, let me present Summer of Love: six contemporary romance novels by beloved Christian authors!
I’ve read each of these novels, and I’m pretty sure you’ll love them. I know I did!
Come to Me Alive by Leah Atwood
Bryce Landry and Sophie Thatcher are two strangers, opposite in every way, until a chance encounter brings them together. Neither can deny the pull between them, but as the weeks and months pass, they discover that finding each other was easy, but holding on will be a different story.
Wild Mint Tea by Valerie Comer
Local foods chef Claire Halford hosts weddings on Green Acres Farm, but the first bride comes with a ruggedly handsome brother. Noel Kenzie’s reforestation company provides him the means to enjoy a globe-trotting life… until he’s captivated by a certain chef who’s firmly rooted in one place.
Catching Serenity by JoAnn Durgin
Serenity McClaren’s world collapsed five years ago and she returns to South Carolina to find the answers. Child psychologist Jackson Ross discovers the truth, but by telling her, he risks losing everything–including Serenity.
Marrying Kate by Kimberly Rae Jordan
When Jared proposes marriage to Kate, it’s for the sake of their orphaned nieces and nephew. Though Kate hopes for more, their chance at love is threatened when Jared’s past comes to call.
The Bride’s Broken Bond by Lee Tobin McClain
Urban missionary Rock Anderson must rescue the woman he’s always found annoying but irresistible, spoiled rich girl Hope DeMille, from a wedding she doesn’t want. But when her domineering father disowns her, it’s up to Rock to help Hope overcome her dysfunctional past and find meaning in service, faith, and love.
The Long Way Home by Staci Stallings
Sent from Chicago to his grandfather’s backroads Kansas farm on family business, Jaxton Anderson is faced with culture shock and Ami Martin, and he’s not sure which one is worse. Ami hates him and so does most everyone else, so why can’t he just go back where he came from? Good question.