8 Inspirational Romances That Feel Like a Dose of Sunshine
by Karen Green
The calendar may still insist that we are in the midst of winter, but at this time of year, it’s hard not to start counting the days until spring. There may still be a bite to the air, but we can feel that winter’s chill is waning, slowly but surely.
If you’re feeling like you need a dose of warmth and goodwill right now, these eight heart-warming romances featuring both new and fan-favorite inspirational reads are sure to inspire thoughts of spring, and remind you that sunny days will soon be here.
A Man for Honor (The Amish Matchmaker) by Emma Miller
Amish widow Honor King asks Seven Poplars’s matchmaker to find her a secure and reliable new husband. Someone the opposite of her first love—who left her at the altar nine years ago, yet whom she’s never been able to forget.
All Our Tomorrows by Irene Hannon
Hoping to heal her shattered life, Caroline James throws herself into work at a local newspaper. Then David Sloan walks into her office. Since the day he’d met her—as his brother’s fiancée—David has secretly cared for Caroline. Surely the Lord has led him back to Caroline for a reason.
Courting Her Amish Heart (Prodigal Daughters) by Mary Davis
Kathleen Yoder comes home after fourteen years in the Englisher world but practicing medicine means no Amish man will want her for a wife. Widowed Noah Lambright offers a cottage as her new clinic, seeing how much Kathleen’s skills can help their community. As their friendship deepens, could love become more than a forbidden dream?
Back to the Lake Breeze Hotel (Starlight Point Stories) by Amie Denman
Alice Birmingham has never forgiven herself for leaving the love of her life at the altar five years ago. Nate Graham hasn’t forgiven her, either. Now they must work together at Starlight Point amusement park, caught between the mistakes they made and a love that refuses to stay buried in the past.
Guarding the Babies (The Baby Protectors) by Sandra Robbins
After being named guardian of her late sister’s orphaned twins, Holly Lee soon learns someone will go to any lengths to steal the children. Rescuing the toddlers from an attempted kidnapping, she’s reunited with her ex-boyfriend Deputy Sheriff Cole Jackson. Cole feels obligated to protect Holly and the babies, but professional boundaries begin to blur as their enemy shifts into stark focus.
Healing Hearts (Hope Center Stories) by Syndi Powell
Armed with a clean bill of health, ER doctor April Sprader is ready to check off items on her bucket list. After meeting Zach Harrison, number four—start dating—shoots to the top. But the workaholic sports agent and caregiver has no spare time. Unless April can persuade Zach that this could be a second chance for them both.
A Love for Leah and Plain Sanctuary by Emma Miller and Alison Stone
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A Love for Leah by Emma Miller
Widow Leah Yoder married for love once. Now she wants a marriage of convenience. A steady, serious older man would be ideal—someone completely unlike handsome, fun-loving Thomas Stutzman. But as their friendship deepens, will Leah settle for what she thought she needed or put fear aside for a second chance at happiness?
Plain Sanctuary by Alison Stone
After her ex-husband breaks out of prison, Amish beauty Heather Miller must rely on US marshal Zachary Walker for safety. But as his protective instincts toward Heather turn into something deeper, he must keep his emotional distance, because a lapse in judgment could prove deadly.
Finally a Bride (Willow’s Haven) by Renee Andrews
Veterinarian Haley Calhoun intends to grant an orphaned boy’s wish: she’ll heal Eli’s injured puppy—while resisting his charming counselor, Gavin Thomason, at the children’s home. Still mourning the loss of his wife and baby, Gavin believes he can’t commit again. But in losing their hearts to Eli, will Haley and Gavin discover they’ve found the family they need?
Are you ready for a dose of sunshine? Let us know which of these books you can’t wait to read in the comments!