Uplifting Romances to Usher in the Fall
by Karen Green
Sometimes a happy ending just isn’t enough and for the times when we want a book we know will keep us feeling encouraged from beginning to end, these uplifting titles will fit the bill. Inspiring doesn’t always mean religious, but there is a spiritual sense and hopefulness that runs through these stories, weaving the romance into themes of belief, love, redemption and yes, that happily ever after.
Reunited in the Rockies (Rocky Mountain Heroes) by Mindy Obenhaus
There’s very little that’s more inspiring than the majestic beauty of the Rocky Mountains and it is with this vista as backdrop that the drama plays out in Reunited in the Rockies.
A second-chance romance with a redemptive arc, the focus in this story is the inspiring resilience and grace of two people who, despite the challenges and hardships in their life, are willing to believe that happiness, faith and love can heal them both and allow them to become a family.
Shelter from the Storm (North Country Amish) by Patricia Davids
For obvious reasons, Amish romance relies heavily on religious beliefs to shape the narrative of the story, but more importantly, it gives readers a sense of hope that spiritual guidance is always close at hand for those that look for, and accept it.
In Shelter from the Storm, a secret pregnancy, a marriage of convenience and a perilous storm lead the protagonists on a journey of hope, trust, belief and unexpected romance in a traditional Amish community.
Keeping Her Close (A Pacific Cove Romance) by Carol Ross
Stories of returned veterans and military personnel inspire readers with acts of sacrifice, bravery and valor, often juxtaposing the strength and resilience of the protagonists with their very real vulnerabilities.
In Keeping Her Close, a former navy SEAL realizes his desire to protect the woman who has hired him is quickly becoming a desire for something more intimate, but first they must both overcome their past pain and disappointments.
Deadly Evidence (Mount Shasta Secrets) by Elizabeth Goddard
There’s nothing more inspiring that overcoming a threat that is physical and immediate, so if you want a little more tension and intensity in your inspirational romance, a suspenseful story like Deadly Evidence will satisfy your readerly needs.
When an FBI agent returns to her hometown to investigate the many questions surrounding her sister’s death, she must rely on her deep-rooted faith and a local police officer—and former boyfriend—to assist in her investigation and to keep her safe when she becomes a target herself.
The Holiday Secret (Castle Falls) by Kathryn Springer
Faith and family are the cornerstones of the holiday season and the cornerstones of this Christmas story about a woman who travels to find her long-lost brothers and ends up discovering so much more. A secret, a painful past and a compassionate community willing to help her heal make this an uplifting story of the Christmas spirit.
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