Reader-Shared Recommended Reads by Vicki Hinze

Vicki Hinze, Reader Recommended Reads,

At Christians Read, I receive news of recommended reads often.  While I can’t possibly read them all without reading 24/7, I can pass along some of them so that maybe you’ll find books that interest you.

Recent Recommendations I’ve received are:

Description (courtesy of Amazon)

Ghosts.  One is laughing down from heaven.  One wears rags.  One is falling in love with her.

Melanie’s faith is shaken.
Her husband Larry is dead. They had only been married a few hours before he was arrested. Will her best friend Natalie be enough? Who will understand about Larry’s crime, his deception and how he died? Surely not her new friend Robert who lost his wife to cancer; no deception there. Just sadness.
Should she believe the homeless old woman who claims to be Larry’s estranged mother, calling herself Melanie’s mother-in-law? Especially when the raggedy old lady stalks her and camps on her doorstep. Why did the woman abandon her son and husband over thirty years ago? Robert gives her empathy and support . . . until his own secret is revealed.
All Melanie has left of Larry is the gorgeous blue diamond ring!
Her special group of friends, the Candy Canes, promise to pray for her. But, is prayer enough? She counts on all of them for support and answers! The love of a dog with her shaggy fur, big eyes and her kisses may have to be enough.
Larry, his homeless mother, and even Robert, all haunt her. Her only normalcy is teaching the adorable three-year-olds in her preschool class. Maybe little Jackson will help put the ghosts to rest.


SPECIAL NOTE:  Today, 11/1:  The Melanie Stories (Melanie’s Blue Skirt and Melanie’s Ghosts are on sale at Kindle in a 2 for 1 book duo sale.  $0.99.  Amazon Kindle


Dana Mentink is a guest on Jo Huddleston’s blog: .  Dana is a national bestselling author with 35 or so books to her credit.  Suspense and romance.  She’s being interviewed, and her JUNGLE FIRE appears.




Mary Burton’s CUT AND RUN 

Christian Suspense.  Separated twin sisters are reunited by unspeakable crimes in a “throat-clutching” suspense novel.



This sweet and clean romantic comedy by Kathy Carmichael is a great way to “get your merry on.”

CEO Nat Danvers has good looks, money, power, prestige—everything—except the one thing he really needs. But only in the loneliest corners of his frozen heart is he aware something is missing. Christmas Eve arrives to find Nat alone in his penthouse office, filling out layoff notices while his employees unknowingly celebrate at the office holiday party. In breezes the most incredibly beautiful woman he’s ever seen. Daphne, part angel, part human, has been sent by the Angelic Council to teach Nat some tough lessons in the hope his hardened heart will melt. She has only one night in which to help him. With the clock ticking before he must go, can love find a way to touch them both?

Find it ON SALE here for $0.99.

A Psychological thriller by Ninie Hammon.

It’s been described this way:

“If you’re a fan of fast-paced action, tangled plots, believable characters and themes that will challenge some of your most cherished beliefs, don’t start this book at bedtime –or you could be in for an all-nighter.”

Sounds intriguing, doesn’t it?  You can find more on it here.


If you like these shared recommendations, please drop a comment below to let me know. And if you’d like to recommend a book, feel free to email me at:



About Vicki Hinze

USA Today Bestselling and Award-Winning Author of 50+ books, short stories/novellas and hundreds of articles. Published in as many as 63 countries and recognized by Who's Who in the World as an author and an educator. Former featured Columnist for Social-IN Worldwide Network and Book Fun Magazine. Sponsor/Founder of Vicki's latest novels are: in the Philanthropists series: The Guardian. In the StormWatch series, Deep Freeze. FMI visit
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