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  1. Beulah
    Beulah
    by Augusta J. Evans

    Rating: 2.8/5 (236 votes cast)

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    A crisis of faith drives Beulah to seek spiritual alternatives to her Christianity. A fiery young woman, Beulah takes her spiritual search to great lengths, looking for the ultimate truth. This truth, for Beulah, cannot be found without also accepting the ultimate emotion, love.

    Categories: Inspirational Romance, Romance

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  2. At Last
    At Last

    by Marion Harland

    At Last
    by Marion Harland

    Rating: 2.5/5 (158 votes cast)

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    All of her matches turn out well in the long run, claims lifelong matchmaker, Mrs. Rachel Sutton. Unfortunately, the path to happily-ever-after is full of twists and turns that she cannot predict. Featuring the mercurial, mystical Rosa, the road to wedded bliss is a challenge for more than one couple in this romantic novel.

    Categories: Romance, Inspirational Romance

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  3. Annie Kilburn
    Annie Kilburn

    by William Dean Howells

    Annie Kilburn
    by William Dean Howells

    Rating: 2.4/5 (163 votes cast)

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    Returning from Italy to Massachusetts in the late 1800s, Annie Kilburn takes on the social causes of her time in this American Realist novel. As she works on the behalf of sick children, she ultimately becomes emotionally attached to her charges, as well as the Unitarian minister who advises her.

    Categories: Romance, Historical Romance, Inspirational Romance

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  4. Amanda: A Daughter of the Mennonites
    Amanda: A Daughter of the Mennonites

    by Anna Balmer Myers

    Amanda: A Daughter of the Mennonites
    by Anna Balmer Myers

    Rating: 2.5/5 (218 votes cast)

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    Love can complicate even the simplest of lifestyles. A one-room schoolhouse in early 20th century Amish country seems like a quiet setting for the young schoolteacher, Amanda. But when a friendship turns to romance, Amanda and Martin face the emotional depths that lie beneath the simple life.

    Categories: Romance, Historical Romance, Inspirational Romance

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  5. After the Storm
    After the Storm

    by T. S. Authur

    After the Storm
    by T. S. Authur

    Rating: 2.4/5 (192 votes cast)

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    Opposites attract and repel in this tale of love, marriage and understanding. The beautiful, adventurous Irene Delancy and the ambitious, intellectual Hartley Emerson wed early, but require some life lessons to fully understand themselves and each other. Their trials over the years sometimes threaten, but ultimately strengthen their lifelong bond.

    Categories: Romance, Inspirational Romance

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