09-02-2011 06:18 PM
Hi, I read Christian Romance fiction. Can't believe no one else has responded. I probably have hundreds of Love Inspired Christian romance paperbacks but don't have many in e-books. Through surfing the free books I have found a few. My favorite Christian writers are Terri Blackstock, Brandilyn Collins, and Robert Whitlow. I guess I like thrillers/mysteries best.
09-11-2011 12:10 AM
Thank you JT!! This helps me broaden my horizons...I love Christian fiction (i.e. The Shack; Left Behind series)...I like Romance...put the two together and add a free price tag...made my day. Thanks!!
09-11-2011 01:29 AM
I absolutely love Christion fiction as a whole. I have also read The Shack! I have found it hard to find a lot of options, but if I see anything I'll let you know.
09-11-2011 12:10 PM
I have the entire Left Behind series and love it. About every five years I read it again. A couple of years ago my brother loaned me The Shack and found it very moving. Have you read Journey to the Well? It's a moving story. Right now I'm reading a very unusual but exciting free e-book called The Son of Man. I'm not sure if its classified as Christian fiction but, based on Job 16:18, a group justfies cloning Jesus from blood believed to be his. The book is peppered with many bible versus and references. At about one quarter through the book, Satan's influences are beginning to emerge. The book is great so far.
09-18-2011 01:30 PM
You can find the free e-books classified as CF by typing 'Christian Fiction 0.00' in the search box. I heard that CF books are becoming a big market and glad to hear it. I'd like to see B&N offer more free and discounted CF books. I have the N1E and love it. I thought about buying the N2E but have decided to wait for them to work the bugs out. Enjoy e-reading! You'll be hooked in no time.
09-22-2011 10:39 AM
Christian fiction is my favorite genre. Christian Romance fiction holds a special place in my heart. I review many CRF books, and love getting the free ebooks from Christian publishing houses. Glad to see there are others that share my love of that genre!