Free and bargain books May 30, 2021

Browsing through author Autumn MacArthur there was a good looking FREE book I’ve not seen before.

His Father’s Son: A clean Christian reunion romance in a small Oregon town – single mom, reformed bad boy (Sweetapple Falls Book 1)

Amazon quote:

When former bad boy Luke Tanner discovers the son he believed was adopted is fatherless, he’s determined to help — and regain the trust of the only woman he’s ever loved.

For small-town single mom Anna Harrison, his return is twelve years too late. Luke broke her heart when he left. She can’t risk that for their son, disabled by a life-limiting illness. But she can’t deny Josh the father he wants so badly, either.

To become the loving family Luke hope they can be, they’ll both need to forgive secrets from his troubled and painful past. Can they leave old hurts behind to face the future together with God’s help, or will only a crisis heal their stubborn hearts?


Lots of other interesting books showed up in my search but, unfortunately, I had already bought most of them.

I’m currently reading and enjoying a book that is still a bargain. It is currently my favorite read too.

A Match to Call Ours (Front Porch Promises Book 1) 

Brittany Gorman needs a job, but nanny to six-year-old twin girls isn’t exactly what she’s looking for. Their single father, Parker Watson, isn’t sure hiring Brittany is the right move, but he’s desperate for help.

Soon Brittany is charming the twins and their father as well. But Parker still clings to the bitterness of his past, a past that has made him a recluse on his isolated Montana ranch, distanced him from God, and kept him from finding love.

Can Brittany’s prayers and two little matchmakers soften Parker’s heart and help him find love with his perfect Montana match?


I’m also in the middle of another book that is taking a little longer to get through. I’m at the 21% mark. I think it’s taking extra time because it is quite different from any other story I’ve read and it’s a challenge catching on to where it’s going. That’s on me.

The Morning Light: never passes us by

Poetic, engaging and original, The Morning Light is a charming story of discovering the ancient and shared voice within each of us.

A violin maker’s story of music, craftsmanship and the seeking of serenity set against homelessness, twists of fate and a never ending desire to reproduce the sweet and soulful sound of a grandfather’s violin, fine-tuned to play with a resonance that connects the heart.


That’s it for now.

I hope your weekend has been good to you and you’ve found some good books.

Happy reading!

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