Welcome back to day two of Five Fall Favorites! Remember to hop by Rebekah's blog for links to the other fun rooms in this party--and remember to keep your eye out for the book room, cause there's something good there for you. ;)
Today I'm the backpack room!
I'm definitely a book packer and always bring at least two books with me anywhere I go--plus... my Kindle. You know, just in case an emergency strikes and I need more than one book to read. ;)
Five clean, Christian romance books... I'm definitely a huge component of CLEAN romance. There have been several books that I've shut because the romance wasn't clean enough for me. So I'm really looking forward to seeing what the other bloggers have for this topic.
Love Comes Softly by Janette Oke
One almost can't think Christian romance without thinking Janette Oke. And I've never had to put one of her books down because it's taken me "into a bedroom scene." She is clean. Very clean. And usually very Christian. I haven't read this one since I started writing reviews, so I don't have one (need to read it again, I suppose ;) ), but you can still read it for yourself. ;)
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A Home for my Heart by Anne Mateer
This one was one of those adorably sweet books. From what I remember, there were absolutely no uncomfortable romance scenes whatsoever. Actually, it didn't strike me as primarily a romance... guess you'll have to read it and figure out your thoughts. ;)
This book! <3 I liked it very much! Of course, I've gotten to where I tend to like all of the Kim Vogel Sawyer books that I've read... ;) But this one especially. If you've not read Kim Vogel Sawyer, it's a good one to start with!
Of course, a Roseanna White has to go on this list! Some of hers, I feel, are a little cleaner than others because in books (like The Reluctant Duchess) deal with situations that are for more mature readers. But this one. I really liked this one! :)
It's been over a year since I read this, and I haven't read other of Sundin's books (my sister says that some of them have more detail than others), but overall, I remember really liking this one and finding it clean (a few references were made to past events, which you'll see in my review)
What are some of your favorite clean Christian romance books?
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