I find what is usually called Christian Romance Fiction to be too sappy for me most of the time and the women characters too helpless. They don't seem real to me.
I've really been getting into Christian Suspense/Romance and Christian Dramatic Fiction. Usually the female characters are strong and are waiting for the godly man the Lord has ordained for them.
I especially like Hannah Alexander (Christian Medical Thrillers), Gayle Roper's Seaside Series (Christian Romanic Suspense), Terri Blackstock's "Cape Refuge," and Karen Kingsbury's "A Time To Dance" (Christian Dramatic Fiction). I'm very excited about Susan May Warren, having just read her "Expect The Sunrise," a Team Hope novel about Alaskan bush pilot Andee MacLeod and FBI agent Stirling "Mac" McRae. It's a great read!
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