Fall weather just calls for cozying up to the fireplace or on your couch with a blanket and hot cup of tea or coffee. This fall, in particular, there are some amazing books coming out and these are just a few of them!
Listed below is a synopsis of the 8 Christian historical fiction books that you must read this fall!:
Where We Belong by Lynn Austin
Coming out - October 3rd.
Set in 1872 in the Sinai desert, this story follows two sisters, Rebecca and Flora on a quest to find an important Bible Manuscript. As the journey progresses, they look back on their past and how the events have shaped into the woman they are today.
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The Crooked Path by Irma Joubert
Coming out- November 7th
Set shortly after World War II. Lettie is a war nurse. She often feels like she has never fit in with the crowd and has always wondered if she will ever find love. Marco, a soldier suffering from PTSD and healing from his wounds moves to South Africa where Lettie lives. Marco becomes Lettie's patient and they grow a bond and deep affection for each other. But will it always be sunshine and roses?
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The Sound Of Rain by Sarah Loudin Thomas
Coming Out- November 7th
This story follows the story of two characters, Judd and Larken in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in the 50s. Judd a timberman and Larken a young lady who is trying to find her place in the world by volunteering and dancing. Larken wants to help the poor in the Appalachians and there she meets Judd. Together, they try to seek answers to what is to come of their future as a major hurricane is set to landfall soon.
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A Song of Home by Susan Finkbeiner
Coming Out- November 28th
Pearl Spense is a young girl who just moved to Bliss, Michigan but is still devastated by her mother leaving the family. She finds solitude with swing dancing. However, everything is changed when her Mama decides to return. However, her mother is not the same. She is distant and even violent towards the ones she loves. A story of tragedy and everyday life, Susan brings out the raw beauty that will haunt readers.
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The Ladies of Ivy Cottage by Julie Klassen
Coming Out- December 5th
This is the second novel from the Tales of Ivy Cottage Series. There are three stories within the novel. One follows Rachel Ashford who opens a library in Ivy Cottage. Within the books, Rachel finds two mysteries. The man who broke her heart helps her find the answer to the mystery. The second story follows Mercy Grove managing a girls school and having to deal with multiple suiters. The third story follows Jane Bell, owner of an Inn, is searching for a man who went missing, the man she loved. Can these women find the answers to the mysteries?
Christmas of Carnton by Tamera Alexander
Coming Out- October 3rd
Set during the Civil War in Franklin Tennessee, it follows the history of the Carnton Plantation. The story follows Aletta and Jake- a widow and soldier. Will their chance meeting ultimately help their faith be restored at Christmas?
Lady Jane Disappears by Joanna Davidson Politano
Coming Out - October 3rd
The story starts out with Aurielle's father dying in Debtor's prison, leaving her to live with his wealthy family and-and his famous pen name, Nathaniel Droll. Her new family, at first, is sympathetic to her but then resents her, leaving her all alone to grieve. Aurielle decides to finish her father's novel and all while doing so, she tries to find out what happened to her birth mother, who disappeared many years ago. While searching for clues, she also learns about what really happened to her father. Set in Victorian England, it's a story of mystery, family, and romance.
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Holding The Fort by Regina Jennings
Coming Out- December 5th
Set during the late 19th century, Louisa Bell goes on a visit to her brother who has gotten into a little bit of trouble. When arriving, she is mistaken to be the governess for the wealthy Adams' family. However, she never intended to be their governess. Louisa never faced such an important role before. Can she keep up the act?
Whew! You made it to the end! All the stories sound so good don't they?! I hope you found all of the synopsises helpful. I myself, can't decide if I should read just a couple or all of them! Well knowing me, I will get around to reading all of them eventually. ^_^
Tell me in the comments below which of the following 8 you are planning to read this fall? Or are you like me and have all 8 on your list?
Till next time!