224 pages, 7 of 9 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Does Lois care enough about Green to follow someone else’s ideas to save it?
This is book 5 in a series. The others have been offered free as well, but this is the first time this book has been free. The third book in the series is also currently free. The Glory of Green, 260 pages, 15 of 15 reviews are 4 or 5-star. Lending Enabled.
228 pages, 21 of 22 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
“I am assigning a Guardian to ward you. His name is Roman. . ..”
Thus begins Surchatain Karel’s explanation to his daughter, ten-year-old Chataine Deirdre, as to why her life is about to change dramatically. Karel’s small country, Lystra, possesses the only navigable river on the southern coast of the Continent. The provinces that surround Lystra want its river trade, and will do anything to gain it–even kill the heir to the throne. So Karel places her life in the keeping of the most capable and trustworthy soldier he can find.
Willful and spoiled, Deirdre sees this guradian only as another servant to be mastered. She teases and abuses him as he places his life on the line for her day after day, year after year. Deirdre does not know at what point she beings to love him. But Roman knows from the very beginning that to love her will mean his death.
The Annals of Lystra begin with Chataine’s Guardian, continue in Stone of Help, and conclude in Liberation of Lystra. The Latter Annals of Lystra resume the saga 100 years later with Nicole of Prie Mer.
363 pages, 45 of 57 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Young Adult
Princess Una of Parumvir has come of age and will soon be married. She dreams of a handsome and charming prince, but when the first suitor arrives, she finds him stodgy and boring. Prince Aethelbald from the mysterious land of Farthestshore has traveled far to prove his love–and also to bring hushed warnings of danger. A dragon is rumored to be approaching Parumvir.
Una, smitten instead with a more dashing prince, refuses Aethelbald’s offer–and ignores his warnings. Soon the Dragon King himself is in Parumvir, and Una, in giving her heart away unwisely, finds herself in grave danger. Only those courageous enough to risk everything have a hope of fighting off this advancing evil.
338 pages, 6 of 7 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Recently widowed Mary Fassler buys a miniature schnauzer, Rufus, and her world is turned sideways in the midst of her grief. It seems that Rufus speaks. And not just to her. He also talks to God.
210 pages, 14 of 16 reviews are 5-star
Kelly Minter explores what it means—in real life—to “clothe” ourselves (Col. 3:12) in Christian virtues like forgiveness, joy, patience, compassion, and more.
Colossians 3:12 tells us to “clothe” ourselves in Christian virtues like forgiveness, joy, patience, compassion. But how does that work in real life? Can we really “dress up” in the character of Christ? Kelly Minter says the answer is yes—if we let the Master Designer do the fitting. This relatable book offers insightful Scripture study with real-life stories and simple, down-to-earth explanations of tricky concepts as justification and sanctification—stitching it all together with dry humor and down-to-earth honesty. There are no gimmicks, no guilt trips, just an irresistible invitation for women to enjoy a spiritual makeover—to put on a life that’s personally tailored by the One who knows and loves them best.
142 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
We all have an internal alarm clock that goes off when we’re about to make a bad decision… Some of us spend our 20′s hitting the snooze button.
By taking a look at 9 common, everyday mistakes, which most of us have an opportunity to make on a regular basis, Steve Farrar speaks with wisdom and wit in this short book that serves as a wake up call we should all take.
From starting our 20′s on the wrong foot to neglecting our own gifts and strengths, and from isolating ourselves from real community to ignoring God’s purpose for our lives, How to Ruin Your Life by 30 will help navigate these treacherous waters we call adulthood.
No matter where you are at: preparing for, recovering from, or in the midst of your 20′s… this short book will help.
51 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
In this verse-by-verse commentary, Robert Gundry offers a fresh, literal translation and a reliable exposition of Scripture for today’s readers.
This letter is a manual of Christian conduct that assumes a foundation of faith. James emphasizes a faith that is productive in the midst of trials. The manual deals especially with Christians’ conduct toward one another.
Pastors, Sunday school teachers, small group leaders, and laypeople will welcome Gundry’s nontechnical explanations and clarifications. And Bible students at all levels will appreciate his sparkling interpretations.
320 pages, 10 of 11 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
The second book in the series was free recently.
Virat and Latha named their son Ashish, for he is the light and glory of their world. Yet a simple drink of water from the wrong cup changes them forever. Virat, Latha, and Ashish are Untouchables in 1905 India, members of a caste who must never contaminate the world of the other, higher, castes.
When Ashish is in desperate need of a doctor, Virat risks everything to save his son and ventures into the dangerous realm of the high caste. There, the strength of a father’s love, the power of a young British nurse, and the faith of a child change the lives around them.
You Are What You Think by David Stoop
193 pages, 8 of 13 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Also Currently Free, but previously free
Code Blue by Richard Mabry (Medical Thriller)
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