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Christian-made fantastical books for women

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Breath of Bones

Kateřina and Josef work to protect the innocent, but in their quest to save the Jewish people, have they inadvertently created a new danger?
“Breath of Bones fleshes out the human desire to protect the innocent … bringing a fresh steampunk twist to one of history’s darkest hours.”
The Shadow Within (2024 release), Karen Hancock

The Shadow Within

Abramm Kalladorne has returned to Kiriath to claim the crown he thought he would never wear and to prepare his people for the inevitable attack of the Armies of the Black Moon.
Lady of Basilikas by Ronie Kendig

Lady of Basilikas

Vorn must decide: break a planet-wide Accord, risking his throne and life, or leave his country—his planet—vulnerable to threats far bigger than he ever imagined.
The Magic of Redemption by Jessica Sly

The Magic of Redemption

Can Adelynn and Baze overcome the obstacles and lies that separate them … or is redemption just out of reach?
Etania's Destiny by M. H. Elrich

Etania’s Destiny

A wedding. A battle. And a lesson in forgiveness in one action-packed fantasy novel.
Etania's Destiny by M. H. Elrich

Seeing is not Believing

Five years ago, a young, struggling author sold her novel to a big publisher. Now the fantasy world she wrote about is in desperate need of an infusion of Magic.
Adamant in Dust by Willamette Sutta

Adamant in Dust

The dark lord Malchor ensnares Sadira in his opening bid to gain all the Far Stones of power. With them, he will subjugate all the peoples of Miran.
Seregn by Brooke Martin

Seregn

A broken young woman and a terminally ill warrior learn to discern God’s voice and realise the power of love and self-sacrifice as they race to save not only a cursed king—but the very world itself.
Rip Tide, Lisa T. Bergren

Rip Tide

After narrowly escaping arrest, Luciana Betarrini hurtles back to medieval Italy.
Blood of the Stars by Karyne Norton
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Blood of the Stars

Harnessing the power in her blood could turn the tides of war—if it doesn’t destroy her first.
“Karyne Norton’s Blood of the Stars crafts a rich fantasy realm exploding with life and complex heroes who grow throughout a quick-paced plot.”
Carver of Souls, J. J. Fischer

Carver of Souls

The ocean between them isn’t the only thing keeping Sela and Caleb apart.
Minu by S. K. Ehra

Minu

Minu spent lifetimes creating an enchantment to grow a paradise from the ashes of the old world, only to have it corrupted by an immortal adversary.
Secrets Ever Green by Sara Knightly

Secrets Ever Green

When Ivy Rune discovers her father’s secret life, she is thrust into a hidden world of magic and discovers powers of her own.
Song Child by D. M. Andrews

Song Child

Vladan the merchant accompanies a mysterious young girl in her destiny to defeat an evil that threatens to destroy the world, and in so doing has to confront his own redemption.
A Bond of Briars by Erin Phillips
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A Bond of Briars

As her bond grows stronger, Caitrin must prove her blood magic isn’t dangerous or suffer the consequences of the truth being discovered.
“A Bond of Briars shows a beautiful love story, blending the biblical Ruth narrative with prophecy and hopes of redemption from spiritual warfare that binds the soul.”
Shadowcast by Crystal D. Grant

Shadowcast

A dark soldier on a mission of vengeance is wounded and laid up in the home of a peasant girl who mistakes him for one of the Steward knights he despises.
The Looking-Glass Illusion, Sara Ella
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The Looking-Glass Illusion

Step through the looking glass. Slay the Jabberwock. Seek the King. Alice is not prepared to face what awaits beyond the Tulgey Wood.
“Sara Ella’s next adventure follows fast after The Wonderland Trials for this conclusion to the Curious Realities duology.”
Black Earth: End of the Innocence by David N. Alderman (2023)

Black Earth: End Of The Innocence

The night the stars fell was only the beginning of the end.
Estuary, Lisa T. Bergren
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Estuary

With battles upon their border, and rumors of war growing louder on every front, Lady Tiliani Forelli’s decision could secure her kingdom’s peace… or bring about its destruction.
“Although its portrait of medieval Italy is not wholly convincing, Lisa T. Bergren’s time-travel romance Estuary will sweep away many readers with its romance and excitement.”
The Soul Mark, Jasmine Fisher

The Soul Mark

When mutiny brews on the prison-island of Azazel, a Righteous overseer and a soulless prisoner must work together to stay alive.
The Art of Misdirection, Jessica Sly

The Art of Misdirection

Adelynn wrestles to escape her recurring nightmares of the Irish magician, while Baze seeks the city’s legendary waters.
Tattoo of Crimson, Sarah Chislon
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Tattoo of Crimson

Gently-bred herbalist Jessa Caldwell has no intention of making a suitable match—not when she’s seeking the truth about the taint of the fae that lies within her.
“Complex relationships and social conventions tangle in this unique world inspired by Regency England and the Inquisition era, but overlaid with fae creatures.”
Birthright of Scars: Rising by Laurisa Brandt

Birthright of Scars: Rising

A masked renegade fighting to save his people from genocide accidentally resurrects a dead legend and forms an unlikely friendship with his bounty hunter.
The Voice of Elyon by A. L. Bowker

The Voice of Elyon

A husband and wife learn to discern God’s Voice amongst the others clamoring for their attention, seeking Him even in the darkest of places.
A Crown of Chains, Erin Phillips
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A Crown of Chains

Roxana Willows is a wingless fairy with the rare ability to read minds, and becoming queen is the last thing Roxana wants.
“A Crown of Chains creatively retells a biblical tale to explore themes of providence, racism, faith, and fidelity.”

Kingdom Come

The horrors of the Tribulation are over, and Jesus Christ has set up his perfect kingdom on earth. Yet evil still lurks in the hearts of the unbelieving.

Glorious Appearing

It’s been just over seven years since the Rapture and almost exactly seven years since Antichrist’s covenant with Israel. Believers look to the heavens for the Glorious Appearing of Christ.

Avalon: The Return Of King Arthur

In 21st-century England, a power-hungry prime minister is about to destroy the British monarchy. But a young captain, James Arthur Stuart, is not the commoner he believed himself to be—he is King Arthur, reborn.
The Visitation by Frank Peretti
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The Visitation

As the quiet community of Antioch escalates in its religious fervor, Travis Jordan must questions his faith and the increasing extremism and zealotry overtaking the town.
“Twenty-five years after its summer 1999 publication, Frank Peretti’s The Visitation has aged beautifully, pitting one burned-out pastor versus church culture, heretical cults, and the quiet power of the true Christ.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2020

Grail

Arthur is grievously injured—until a secret relic is brought before the dying King; a Holy Grail that heals his wounds and restores his vigor. But soon evil enters the royal court in the guise of a beautiful maiden.

Pendragon

Arthur is King—but darkest evil has descended upon Britain’s shores in many guises. Meanwhile, his most trusted counselor Merlin is himself to be tested on a mystical journey through his own extraordinary past.

Arthur

He was Arthur, Pendragon of the Isle of the Mighty. His courage would be lauded; his enemies, legion; his reign, legendary. Yet, in the midst of virtue, an evil would arise to challenge Britain’s most brilliant Crown.

Merlin

Born of a union between druid and faery, Merlin was trained as a bard and schooled in the ways of battle. But his heart and calling were greater than a warrior’s.

Taliesin

Taliesin is the remarkable adventure of Charis, the Atlantean princess who escaped the terrible devastation of her homeland, and of the fabled seer and druid prince Taliesin, singer at the dawn of the age.
The Book of the Dun Cow by Walter Wangerin Jr.
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The Book of the Dun Cow

While peace reigns for Chauntecleer, evil is brewing across the river, as the monstrous Cockatrice pillages his own lands and people, preparing for the return of Wyrm.
“Walter Wangerin Jr.’s tale harmonizes humor with personality and realistic behaviors in a symphony of spiritual truth and mythic imagery.”