Easter is only two months away, and there is nothing better at Easter time than to curl up with a good book with an Easter theme. Biblical fiction is a good choice including 30 AD and 33 AD by Ted Decker or a classic Biblical fiction novel like The Robe by Lloyd C. Douglas. Fiction that is not Biblical set at Easter time with an redemptive theme is a bit harder to find. Resurrection of Hope by Tamera Lynn Kraft is a historical redemptive romance set around Easter in 1919 through 1920, a period of American history where the story of hope found in Scripture was sorely needed.
by Tamera Lynn Kraft
She thought he was her knight in shining armor, but will a marriage of convenience prove her wrong?
After Vivian’s fiancé dies in the Great War, she thinks her life is over. But Henry, her fiancé’s best friend, comes to the rescue offering a marriage of convenience. He claims he promised his friend he would take care of her. She grows to love him, but she knows it will never work because he never shows any love for her.
Henry adores Vivian and has pledged to take care of her, but he won’t risk their friendship by letting her know. She’s still in love with the man who died in the Great War. He won’t risk heartache by revealing his true emotions.