Romance

At the Well by Kristen Tiber

At the Well is a short book urging singles (teens and up) to wait on the Lord for marriage and for his timing. At the Well: Discovering God's Plan for Finding True Love by Kristen Tiber. Kristen Summers LLC, 2018. 146 pages. Reading Level: ...
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The Susan Pevensie Problem

A new teen fantasy novel draws inspiration from Susan Pevensie's rejection of Narnia to spin a similar tale. In the almost 70 years since C. ...
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The Princess Bride by William Goldman

The Princess Bride is just as delightful in book form as it is in movie form (or vice versa, depending on which you've already experienced!). ...
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Isle of Blood and Stone by Makiia Lucier

Mysterious maps, sea creatures, and an island kingdom where dark secrets threaten to emerge . . . All the makings for an excellent story. Isle ...
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The Traitor’s Game by Jennifer Nielsen

This YA fantasy adventure places a spunky nobleman’s daughter in the middle of a “traitor’s game” between her corrupt father and a compromised opposition. Ages ...
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A School for Brides by Patrice Kindl

A fun romantic read for Jane Austen fans, A School for Brides is also very positive about marriage.  Ages 12-18  A School for Brides by ...
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Those Love Stories We Loved

The RedeemedReader ladies recall our favorite "love stories" as teens, and rejoice that we grew out of them!  But what do we like now? You ...
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Five Red Flags to Watch for in YA Christian Romance Fiction

Christian romance fiction feels "safe," but it's not always without pitfalls . . . and it's not always Christian, either. I remember when Jeanette Oke ...
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