Book recommendations ~ how to spend your Christmas book money!

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With Christmas upon us – it’s already Christmas Eve here in Australia – you might come into a bit of spare book money or vouchers to spend! I want to take the opportunity to recommend some upcoming books that I’ve had the privilege to read. Full reviews will come, but for now, be sure to put these stories on your wishlists and allocate some bookish funds without delay!

Troubled Waters by Susan May Warren

Ian and Sierra’s long awaited story does not disappoint! Finally, these two wrestle through their issues and true to their characters, it gets messy emotionally as they take a good hard look at themselves – well, mainly Ian who has a way to go to loosen his control issues! Pete and Jess are also front and centre, so readers are in for a real treat with book #4 in this series.

Troubled Waters

 

The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz

Laura’s latest hero, Noble Rynallt, lives up to his name and will have readers all a bit swoony! A fascinating depiction of the battle between Loyalists and Patriots, I highly recommend this beautiful novel.

The Lacemaker

 

The Saturday Night Supper Club by Carla Laureano

Carla’s talent is a force to be reckoned with and this story is super smart, deliciously decadent, and simply a divine read on all fronts!

The Saturday Night Supper Club

 

Where Hope Begins by Catherine West

This novel packs an emotional punch that I may still be recovering from! Powerful and deeply felt, this story is not to be missed. Tissues are a must!

Where Hope Begins

 

Thirst of Steel by Ronie Kendig

Some writers run out of puff by the third book in a series, not so with Ronie Kendig and Tox. This is an epic adventure with non-stop action, vivid characterisation, and Ronie’s perfect blend of daring exploits, fascinating Biblical artefacts, and…need I say more…Ram Khalon and Tox Russell leading their team into danger! And yes, romantic sparks ignite for more than one character!

Thirst of Steel

 

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13 Responses to Book recommendations ~ how to spend your Christmas book money!

  1. Looking forward to reading all of the above Relle You make each a desired book read!

  2. Thank you! And Merry Christmas :)

  3. I’m looking forward to reading all of these books! I have three of them impatiently waiting on my kindle taunting me, and the other two are definitely must reads! Thanks, Rel, for all you do for Christian fiction readers and authors.

  4. Merry Christmas Rel! It’s almost midnight on Christmas Eve here in Florida – getting ready to go outside and sing Happy Birthday to Jesus along with my forest friends! May you and your family have a blessed and joyous Christmas!

  5. Merry Christmas, Rel! ALL of these books sound INCREDIBLE!

  6. All these are on my wish list but I am so jealous that you got to read Tox already! How can I get in on this??? JK but not really!

  7. What a fantastic list, and some really great recommendations. I, too, loved Troubled Waters and thought The Saturday Night Supper Club was amazing. I can’t wait to read Catherine West’s new book! Thanks for the advice to pack tissues 😢 I hope you had a wonderful Christmas.

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