February 2024 FamilyFiction

In This FREE Issue of FamilyFiction

20 Essential Christian Romance Authors ror our FamilyFiction 2024 Romance Issue.
We asked readers to weigh in on their favorite Christian romance authors!

Romantic Suspense
Lynette Eason
Lynette talks with us about her new novel, Double Take, the first book in her new Lake City Heroes Series.

Romantic Suspense
Colleen Coble
Colleen talks with us about her latest book, Break of Day.

Romantic Suspense
Irene Hannon
Irene talks with us about kicking-off her new Undaunted Courage Series with the release of book one, Into the Fire.

Historical Romance
Tracie Peterson
In this interview, Tracie talks with us about her newest book, Knowing You, book number three in her Pictures of the Heart Series.

Historical Romance
Karen Witemeyer
In this interview, Karen discusses her latest novel, Fairest of Heart, book number one in her new Texas Ever After Series.

Denise Hunter
In this interview, Denise talks with us about her newest book, A Novel Proposal.

Romantic Suspense
Susan May Warren
In this interview, Susan talks about Sundown, the third book in her Sky King Ranch Series.

Historical Romance
Julie Klassen
Julie talks about book number two in her On Devonshire Shores Series, A Winter by the Sea.

New Christian Romance Book Releases from: Lauraine Snelling, Laura Frantz, Mary Connealy, Kimberley Woodhouse, Jody Hedlund, Julie Klassen, Nancy Mehl, Lynette Eason, Darlene L. Turner, Anne Blackburne, Pepper Basham, Leslie Gould, Misty M. Beller, Jen Turano, Karen Kingsbury, Tracie Peterson, Hannah Linder, Michelle Griep, Irene Hannon, Beth Wiseman, Elizabeth Goddard, Mary Connealy, Amanda Cabot, Suzanne Woods Fisher, Carrie Turansky

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