Amazon and FREE and Discounted Christian Fiction (Thursday, June 6)


A British Bride by Agreement

Therese Stenzel

Price: FREE

I was a little worried it would be too similar to other books I have read when I read the summary but it wasn’t. I really enjoyed every page!


Widowed and far from her native England, Emma Banks is devastated to realized the scope of her dead husband’s financial disaster created by his secret addictions. Facing eviction from her cottage on the Steller estate, and morally unable to accept her con-artist parent’s money, she is terrified of being sent to prison. Is a marriage-of convenience proposal from Jonathan Steller, heir to the Steller beverage fortune an answer to her prayers? Still reeling from being jilted at the altar, Jonathan Steller must find a wife and produce two kids to meet his father’s requirements to be considered the heir apparent to the three generation family business, and to prevent his older, ruthless cousin from taking his place. Unpretentious Emma strives to adapt to the overwhelming expectations of this wealthy lifestyle, but she never expected to fall in love with her blue-eyed, blond-haired husband, when their marriage was merely an agreement.

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Take the Trophy and Run: A Bloomfield Novel

Gayle Sattler

Price: $2.99

Take the Trophy and Run brings the reader right into life in the small town of Bloomfield, populated by a host of endearing characters. While Stan and Amber search for a missing gnome, they discover their feelings for one another. Gail has a light touch with the humor and romance, blending the two into a lovely story. If you like cozy mysteries with a dash of boy-girl-next-door romance, you’ll love Take the Trophy and Run.


Like Mitford and Lake Wobegon before that, Bloomfield is a place we could all call home. Here, the residents enjoy a splash fountain in the town square, dine at the “Fancy Schmantsy” on tree-lined Main Street, and dream of reaching the 10,000 population mark — only 22 more folks to go!

The Bloomfield Garden Club, an all-ages group of lovable oddballs that will stop at nothing to make everything beautiful, maintains this piece of heaven on earth. But even such idyllic places as this have their share of
dramatic characters and stories to be told.

Take, for instance, craft store owner Amber Weathersby. She wants to be a member of the garden club but has never received the blessing of a green thumb. Her friend, Stan the mechanic, has helped as much as he can — even adding a timed sprinkler system to Amber’s garden — but the results never live up to the club’s expectations.

Her only claim to fame with that gang is her semi-famous garden gnome, Gnorman, who gets to hold the prized trophy each year in the Bloomfield Spring Fling contest’s winning garden.

But this year, instead of being the life of the party, her little star is gnomegnapped, and worse, the club’s irreplaceable trophy has gone missing with him. While Amber is chasing the gnome around town trying to win the trophy, Stan is chasing Amber, trying to win her heart.

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Waiting for a View (A Bloomfield Novel)

Debbie Mayne

Price: 99 cents

Debby Mayne’s Waiting for a View is the first release, and it’s a sweet, comfy story about a number of real-life issues. Not only is 40ish “old maid” Sherry Butler unaware of how far into a rut she’s fallen, she’s oblivious to her stubborn grasp on past disappointments and obstinate independence. Fortunately, Garden Club matron Naomi McCord is too old to let a little thing like personal space stand in her way. Sherry (and her life) become Naomi’s latest project, and it’s fun to watch the machinations Naomi sets into place to shake things up and inject some change into Sherry’s life.

Waiting for a View is a fine beginning to a series (and a town) that should prove a readers’ favorite for several years to come.

Trish Perry

Pushing 40, Bloomfield’s garden club vice president Sherry Butler has never moved out of her family home, still works at the same card shop where she landed a job after high school, and so resists change that she never accepted years of marriage proposals from Theo, the only man she ever loved.

Once he moves on, Sherry is pursued by Brad Henderson, an old friend who always seems to be there when she needs a helping hand. His kindness only annoys Sherry until one day she is shocked into self-reflection when a little girl points to her and asks her mother if she’s “the sad woman who will wind up being an old maid.”

With a friend’s encouragement, Sherry plans a turnaround, putting her house on the market and her name on the waiting list for a nice apartment with a view of the lake. She also agrees to go out with Brad, another bold step outside her comfort zone.

Letting go of the past is about as simple as an elephant picking up a pea, but for the first time in her life Sherry will leap into the exhilarating world of the great unknown, a place where faith is crucial and true love is waiting.

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Murder in the Milk Case (The Mayhem in Maryland Series)

Candice Speare Prentice

Price: 99 cents

This is the perfect bedtime book: light and enjoyable! It kept me up nightly a little later than I would have hoped, though, because it was hard to put down! The author’s style has a nice flow, and I just bought 2 more of her books.


When mommy and wife, Trish Cunningham, finds the body of pharmacist Jim Bob Jenkins behind the two-percent milk, she knows she’ having a bad day. Worse, she’s a suspect. Sleuthing to exonerate herself from murder charges, she shakes up a murderer who has nothing to lose by killing any one in the way – including Trish.

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  1. I really wish that the reviewer’s comments had given some hint to the fact that the book “Roanoke” goes into great detail about the baser parts of Colonial life. I realize bad things happen in life but if there is no good to be told of them it’s probably better to leave them unsaid. I labored through the end of the book and I’m very disappointed that there was no redeeming value to make it worth my time.