Hi, friends! I’m SO excited that you dropped by! For those who have asked about my books and a suggested reading order, I’ve created this page. On it, you’ll find all of my books listed along with descriptions and links straight to Amazon. While each book is a standalone novel with NO cliffhangers or background information needed, reading them in the order they were written in will keep from spoiling any surprises if you intend to read them all. (And all but two of the titles are in Kindle Unlimited, which means you can read them for free with your subscription!)
Hope this helps! Happy reading!
Resolutions (March 2013)
Three friends, ten resolutions, and a year full of big life changes.
For Emily Fisher and her friends, New Year’s Eve has never been about more than eating cake and watching the minutes until midnight disappear. This year, though, Emily, Sara, and Melissa decide that as they approach the age of thirty, they’re going to make some bold resolutions together and see them through in the year ahead, never guessing how dramatically life will change for them in the process.
As the daughter of a megachurch pastor and the assistant to a sensational and exhausting wedding coordinator, Emily already has her hands full. Using the resolutions as a challenge to make life about more than being a mindless drone at work, she ventures out of her comfort zone – trying new hobbies, picking up new exercise habits, travelling abroad, helping out in new ways at church, DATING – and discovers in the process that there’s more to life than weddings and work. When her family experiences unexpected hardships, Emily is forced to re-evaluate all of her priorities, and the lessons she learns lead her to stronger faith, a new dream for her career, and a romance greater than any that she could have imagined for herself.
Different Stars (June 2013)
Upon arrival, though, she discovers that Namibia is different. There’s the language barrier, the loneliness, the poverty, and the all but impossible ministry task ahead of her. To top it all off, there’s also the frustrating and enigmatic Daniel Boyd, the only other missionary in the country, who annoys her almost as much as he fascinates her.
Just Breathe (August 2013) JUST 99 CENTS ON AMAZON!
Kenji Fisher and Tara Blair have been best friends from the moment that they met. Through the seasons of life, they’ve grown together and stayed just what they were from the beginning — just friends.
As their work sends them on a project to Japan, they begin to appreciate one another in new ways, all as they question what they’ve believed, who they’ve been, and who they can be. Half a world away from everything familiar, they experience everything new together, reminding themselves, again and again, to breathe.
Best Day Ever (September 2013)
Even Still (October 2013)
Stu knew from the moment he began his career that he was in the wrong place. Determined to change the world, he embraced a calling that didn’t fit who he had become in Christ. Disillusioned and discouraged, he began to believe that God’s calling for him wasn’t to change the world but to change eternity in the hearts of people through ministry.
And can marriage and love survive even still, even when people aren’t who they were?
Ready or Not (December 2013)
As everything changes very quickly around her, Sophie begins to consider not what she needs but what she wants. Will she have enough faith to step out and take it?
A Little Faith (December 2013)
But when you’re eight years old, some mysteries are just too big to solve all on your own. As the summer ends and a new school year begins, Faith encounters one mystery after another as life changes unexpectedly for her and her family.
With the help of her sister, Gracie, she works on solving every last mystery and learns along the way that even if she can’t always know what’s up ahead, she can always trust that Jesus knows what He’s doing.
She just has to have a little faith.
Promises Kept (January 2014)
Beyond the Game (March 2014)
Just Friends (May 2014)
A New Tune (June 2014)
Scott Huntington knows what it means to be the odd man out. While the rest of his family lives for Christ, he has no need for faith. When his work leads him right back into church, he asks himself some hard questions about what grace really is and why it makes a difference.
Pure Fiction (August 2014)
Grant Finn is leading a lonely life. With success and security tying him to the work he’s made for himself, he doubts his ability to live beyond all that he knows and is working towards.
Home to You (September 2014)
Is it enough to know Christ and His sovereignty when the perfect life you’ve imagined for yourself is something that can never be? Is there more to hope and faith, even when you don’t have all the answers?
Something Better (October 2014)
So, when the opportunity to leave the country to take pictures for the very intriguing Henry Booth presents itself, she welcomes it gladly. But her exotic vacation soon proves to be more stressful, heartbreaking, and life changing than she ever imagined it could be.
When she returns home, things only get worse.
As she finds herself confronting very real truths about the world around her, about her own life, and about what her future holds, she struggles to understand what it means to be poor in spirit and rich in grace as Christ changes everything…
As the woman in charge of personnel issues for the mission board, Kait always finds herself being the bearer of bad news. When she gets word that she’s being sent to southern Africa to force two missionaries into retirement, she readies herself for more of the same and estimates that it will only take her a month to get in, get out, and get on with her life.
But when she arrives, she discovers that the mission board doesn’t know half of what’s been going on in southern Africa. Life changes for personnel, immigration problems, and an increasing need for missionaries on the field challenge the way Kait looks at her assignment, as does the predicament that one member of the team, Pieter Botha, finds himself in with so many difficulties ahead.
As she walks through it all with him, she’s torn between doing what she’s always done and trusting God for whatever might happen, from here on out…
Happily Ever After (April 2015) FREE ON AMAZON, BARNES AND NOBLE, AND KOBO!
As their lives change and the past becomes part of the present, can Cammie and David help one another find their own happily ever after?
Perfectly Pretend (June 2015)
When even more theatrics begin unfolding at her church and in her marriage, Charity is forced to confront the past, face her present, and determine where she’ll find her faith for a secure future…
Christmas Surprises (November 2015)
Tis the Season (December 2015)
As she waits on Him, Piper discovers more about friendship, about ministry, about love, and about the sufficiency of Christ than she’s ever known before…
The Plan (February 2016)
Faith Hayes is about to have the biggest summer of her life. With a big trip to visit her aunt in Africa, a big VBS at her church, and a lot of big plans to celebrate going from elementary school to middle school in the fall, Faith is ready for all the fun. But when some big surprises and big disappointments come, she’ll find that her big summer isn’t what she expected it would be. Can Jesus show her that He’s big enough to handle anything?
Taking Chances (April 2016)
Destination Wedding (June 2016)
Crushed (August 2016)
Haley Anderson always wanted to be someone different. Her dreams revolved around being thin and pretty like all the other girls and having a life beyond her small town. Isaac Lucas always wanted to be someone far above average. His dreams revolved around being the best and the fastest of all the runners and making a name for himself beyond his small town.
But one summer finds them both back in the same small town together as they begin to sort out how God might be working a new plan into their lives.
What happens when God’s plans are different than ours? Is it possible to have even greater faith once your dreams are crushed?
All Audrey wants is a man with a plan for his life and a heart for Christ. What she gets instead is a letter from Death Row.
WARNING: While this book is contemporary Christian fiction, it is the story of a man on Death Row for the brutal rape and murder of two young women and therefore deals with some topics and details not often found in this genre that may make some readers uncomfortable.
Childish Ways (September 2016)
Beth Kirkland has been the new girl a few times in her life. As a pastor’s daughter, she spent her childhood going from one church to the next, saying goodbye to friends and bearing wounds along the way. When she finally settles down into a home of her own, she has no intention of ever moving again, even as the ministry she’s involved with takes some unexpected turns, reuniting her with Joey Anderson, her childhood friend, as he becomes the pastor of her church.
The New Girl is a sweet love story about friends who become more, the relationship between a pastor and his church, and all the ways that God proves Himself to be faithful even in the most trying of circumstances.
You and Me, Baby (November 2016)
They all arrive at the Miller house just in time to find that the insanity of the holiday season is already in full swing…
Meet in the Middle (March 2017)
Travis Collins has spent his young life running a business and taking care of his sisters. When his youngest sister leaves for college, he finds himself trying to figure out what his purpose is now that he’s no longer raising a family. That’s when he meets Avery Huntington, who is an independent, free spirit given to generosity that borders on irresponsibility as she lives life completely on her own. As they grow closer, Avery challenges what Travis believes about success, worth, and faith, even as he causes her to ask herself some questions about what it might mean to count on someone else for a change. Will everything change when Avery figures out Travis’s biggest secret, or will they find a way to meet in the middle?
The Same Place (May 2017)
Always (July 2017)
What if one emotional choice has the power to change everything?
Jordan Sanders has spent his life trying to be who God wants him to be, and Brooke Collins has been there for every moment along the way. Through hardship and joys, their friendship has only grown and matured, leading them into a new season with unexpected challenges. When the unthinkable happens, everything is called into question. Can Jordan keep his promise to always be there for her? Can Brooke trust that grace and mercy is enough, no matter what?
Always is a redemptive story about finding Christ in even the low moments of life. While it is Christian fiction, the book deals with sensitive topics and details not often found in this genre and may make some readers uncomfortable.
Lost and Found (September 2017)
Sometimes it takes getting lost to find yourself.
At eighteen and on her own for the first time in her life, Zoe Connor leaves her home as a missionary kid in Namibia to come to Texas and accompany her grandfather, a pastor of high standing in their denomination, on a summer publicity tour. As she gets to know her grandfather and his assistant, Luke, she discovers that there’s a complicated history with the Connor family and that uncovering it all just might lead her to change the plans that she’s making for the future.
Lost and Found is a story about families, about finding love as you find yourself, and about reconciling everything – situations, relationships, and even history – all to the glory of God.
Who You Know (September 2017)
Who you know makes all the difference…
She’s new in town and doesn’t know anyone, but that won’t stop her from reaching out and embracing all the good plans that God has for her. He’s old news and knows everyone, but that doesn’t give him the confidence he needs to step out and do what he knows he’s called to do. It’ll take working together and experiencing the hardships of life side by side to bring them into the reality that God is leading them to live, a reality that far exceeds even their biggest dreams.
Who You Know is a coming of age story set in a world that’s full of trouble, where faith and love are the surprising gifts that God gives to those who find their purpose in His plans…
The Mrs. Degree (October 2017)
Melanie Kinsey has spent her whole life believing that she’s nothing more than a pretty face and a sparkling personality, destined to marry for money and a place in society. When her struggles in school earn her academic probation, she’s forced to get a tutor, and the one who shows up that first day has her suddenly expecting more from herself.
PJ Lucas loves everything about school, from his own classes to the jobs he picks up for the tutoring business that he’s making his own. From the first moment he meets his newest student, Melanie, he sees something in her that no one else has been able to see, and as she wrestles with questions of her worth and God’s calling on her life, he begins to ask some questions about his own life and who he really is.
The Mrs. Degree is a love story about opposites who discover that they aren’t so different after all, finding significance in Christ and His plans, and loving another person no matter what difficult seasons are ahead…
You Again (December 2017)
When they met for the first time, Reid and Nora were having a bad night.
Choices they made had complicated their lives, and during the brief moments they shared, they were able to comfort one another. Years later, they meet again, but there are secrets between them because of those past choices. As they fall in love and begin to dream about a future together, all that’s going unsaid is lingering in the background, finally forcing them to ask questions about right and wrong, about the past and the future, and about the depth of God’s mercy.
You Again is a love story about knowing who you are in Christ, coming to terms with your past, and finding redemption, even in the most difficult seasons of life.
Taken (January 2018)
What if you fall in love with someone, but she’s already taken?
What if she’s your best friend’s girlfriend?
Well, if you’re a good friend, you ignore the feelings that you’re having. You forget the fact that she’s everything you’ve ever wanted in another person . . . and things you didn’t even know you wanted. You pretend that your heart doesn’t race a little faster every time you see her. You act like you couldn’t be happier for your best friend.
That’s what you do.
But what if your best friend suddenly disappears? What do you do then?
A stand-alone companion novel to the Chop, Chop series.
First Love (March 2018)
Leslie Collins had it all figured out. A successful business, a plan to expand her cupcake empire, and a move back to her hometown so that she could be close to her family again. God had been so good to work out all the details for her, just like that.
What Leslie didn’t count on was running into Blake Young, the boy who broke her heart back in high school. When Blake’s own interests in town turn her plans upside down, Leslie is left plotting revenge and vowing to get even.
Not today, Satan.
Can the past be forgiven? Can there be grace even in grief? And can God change hearts?
All My Days (April 2018)
Sometimes the most unexpected surprises are the very blessings that we’ve always needed and wanted…
Awkward and shy Mia spent her whole life believing that she would never fall in love. Meeting the right man would be nothing short of a miracle straight from God, and she certainly wasn’t counting on that happening, which was why she was so surprised when she found Ethan.
Ethan had high expectations for his future, and none of them included meeting someone. Despite his father’s insistence that he keep his mind and his heart focused on work, he couldn’t stop himself from asking questions about why Mia had come into his life just as his future was about to begin, wondering what God had planned for them.
All My Days is a story about what happens when love unexpectedly finds you and how God calls us to have faith in His plans rather than our own…
Picture Perfect (July 2018)
Amber’s life is far from picture perfect. A broken engagement, financial ruin, and a loss of direction drive her to plead for mercy from one of her debtors – the best wedding photographer in town, Sawyer Finn. What neither of them realizes is that the deal they work out will change the way they see themselves, their faith, and one another…
Worth It (September 2018)
Athena Johnson is at a crucial point in her career. To climb any higher in the ranks of academia and the women’s studies department of her university, she must write a book on the cultural and societal impact that the Bible has had on modern day feminism. Easy enough, right? It’s only when she gets deeper into her studies that she makes the somewhat horrifying discovery that God just might not be who she thinks He is and that knowing Him will mean facing a past that she’d rather forget. With the help of Nate, a longtime friend who quickly becomes so much more, Athena will encounter faith and a Jesus that she has never truly known, opening up the future to a whole new world of possibilities.
Worth It is a redemptive story about finding Christ in even the low moments of life. While it is Christian fiction, the book deals with sensitive topics and details not often found in this genre and may make some readers uncomfortable.
Wasted Time (October 2018)
Bradley Walker has come back home, determined to move beyond his past and all of its hurts and disappointments and make a new life for himself. His first order of business is to sell his childhood home, and in the process, he meets Julie, who works alongside him with the house and begins to dream of a better future with him.
But God has more to show Bradley about wasted time, about the past, and about His redemptive grace. All it takes to set His plan in motion is the arrival of one stranger who will change everything.
What does a man do when everything he thought he knew about his past is called to question? And can God be trusted to use every hurt and every pain to redeem a life full of wasted time?
Holiday Town (November 2018)
It’s Christmas in Namibia, and the season is full of drama, love, and faith in the holiday town of Swakopmund.
Beth Anderson, after a life-changing cancer diagnosis and difficult treatment, is a thankful survivor who has gone to Namibia with her family, eager to serve Christ alongside her husband, Joey, in a ministry to local pastors. Before they can get up north to their new home to begin their work, she and Joey come to see that God has brought them right to Swakopmund during Christmas for a very different reason.
Kait Botha is still reeling from a discovery that threatens her marriage and all that she once believed about her husband, Piet. As she buries herself in her work and her life as a mother to four teenagers, she resists Piet’s attempts to reconcile, all the while struggling with questions about her past, who she is, and whether or not she should have chosen the life that she did.
Lucy Anderson is trying to view the move to Namibia as a great adventure. As she navigates being a preteen in an entirely different culture, she grapples with the questions she has about God in light of her mother’s cancer and remission, forming an unlikely friendship with a very interesting young man in the process…
Holiday Town is about trusting Christ with every season in life and finding Him to be faithful no matter where in the world you find yourself…
The One That Got Away (December 2018)
Seven days in paradise. What could be better?
Stella Finn is certain that she’s got plenty of sunshine and good times ahead of her when she signs on to be the photographer for a very special wedding on a cruise ship. Her clients have paid for her to join them and their bridal party as they head to the Caribbean, and she’s thrilled for the opportunity, eager to set sail and let the fun begin.
Just one problem. Levi Harris, the man who broke her heart years ago, is part of that bridal party, and he’s every bit as shocked as she is by their unexpected reunion. Suddenly, seven days seems like an eternity, and paradise is a series of one awkward encounter after another as they attempt to wade through their unfinished business and feelings, attempting to reconcile the past with the present.
The One That Got Away is a story about first love, redemption, and forgiveness and what happens when messed up people come face to face with the grace of God…
Meant To Be (March 2019)
It rains and shines all at the same time. Sometimes.
When Lucy Anderson met Jude Botha, she was an awkward, shy preteen, just beginning an adventure overseas alongside her family as they pursued a new ministry opportunity. Jude was the first boy she met in Namibia, and his friendship remained in her heart long after she returned to the States. Years later, she’s on her own in America when she gets a text from Jude, asking if he can see her again.
Jude Botha left Namibia at eighteen, determined to become a rock star in the States. In the years since arriving in America, though, he’s let go of his childhood faith, venturing into a lifestyle that has gotten him no closer to stardom than he was when he started, and living without any real direction or hope for the future. Until, that is, he’s reunited with Lucy.
As Lucy’s summer plans fall through, Jude offers her a spot as a roadie on his band’s tour. When she accepts, she has no idea how much God will change her and Jude both through the experience and how they’ll grow to need and love one another in all the unexpected trials that are ahead.
Meant To Be is a love story full of sunshine and rain, centering on God’s faithfulness through the joys and sadness of life…
All I Ever Wanted (April 2019)
All Jessica Fisher has ever wanted is to be married. She’s spent her days believing that once the right man comes along, she’ll finally be content. When her involvement in a new ministry in her church reveals how shallow her faith is and how her obsession with being married points to a bigger issue, she vows to change for the better. And God’s unexpected help to her during it all? A new believer named Nick Huntington.
Nick has been dealing with his addiction issues, one by one, when Jessica begins volunteering at the same recovery ministry that he leads. Just as he’s beginning to think that he finally has it all together, her growth in the Lord makes him reconsider where’s he at in his walk with Christ and the kind of man he wants to become, challenging him to allow God’s further change in his life.
As they continue down two very different paths with Christ, they’re surprised to find that He just might be leading them in the same direction…
All I Ever Wanted is a prequel to several Jenn Faulk books and is a must read for those who have enjoyed the books about the Huntington brothers. It’s also a story that celebrates the freedom that Christ brings and the transformation that He is continually working out in those who are following Him…
Stuck on You (May 2019)
Edie Huntington and Tate Anderson were the best of friends. When grief and loss ended their relationship, neither one believed that they would ever be reunited.
But thanks to Elvis, their story was only just beginning.
Stuck on You is a story about friendship that leads to love, grace that ushers people past grief, and the goodness of God as He works out His best for those who trust Him…
Pieced Together (July 2019)
Two broken people, finding one another, finding themselves.
Wyatt Huntington is in a season of transition – finding his footing back in the civilian world, adjusting to life as a single dad, and rediscovering a faith that was all but lost to him several years ago.
Caroline Reeves is in a season of grief – dealing with the heartbreak of a broken relationship, experiencing rejection from a family that wants nothing to do with her, and attempting to make sense of what it all means for the rest of her life.
When Wyatt and Caroline meet, they’re surprised to find themselves in the very same place. Can God not only piece together that which is broken but use even the greatest brokenness for His glory?
Where You Are (August 2019)
Hannah Huntington gave her heart to God and the mission field many, many years ago, planning on spending the rest of her life overseas. When her foreign work visa comes up for renewal and is denied, she’s forced to come back to the US where she’s reacquainted with Owen Robinson, her brother’s best friend. As she struggles to figure out what God has for her future, she’s surprised to find a kinship with Owen that holds the potential for so much more. As she waits to see whether or not she can go back overseas to the missionary life she’s always known, she questions what it really means to love God and serve Him, no matter where you are…
Close Enough (October 2019)
Beckett Huntington has no idea what he’s doing. When his job sends him to Dubai, he quickly finds that he’s ill-equipped to understand the culture, function in a foreign country, and deal with all of the stress that has suddenly become such a huge part of his life. He needs help, and on the day that he meets Holly Collins, he’s certain that she’s the answer to a prayer he didn’t even know he was praying.
Holly Collins has been teaching in Dubai for several years, at home in a culture so far removed from her complicated past back in the States. As she’s living her life and doing her best to blend in, looking for opportunities to share the love of Christ with those she meets, she runs into Beckett and is immediately put off by his loud insistence that he needs her, until that same love for Christ compels her to do what she can to help him.
As they become unlikely friends, the present and the future forces them both to look at the past, to reconcile who’ve they’ve been with who they are, and to imagine a future that might be different than the one that either of them has imagined, as Jesus finds them both, as grace manifests itself more clearly in their hearts, and as they discover that God knows exactly where they are, even when they’re far from home.
Close Enough is a redemptive story about forgiveness and grace. While it is Christian fiction, the book deals with sensitive topics and details not often found in this genre and may make some readers uncomfortable.
All I Want for Christmas (December 2019)
It’s Christmas time again, and three couples from Jenn’s earlier books – Edie and Tate, Lucy and Jude, and Hannah and Owen – are all spending the holiday together.
Edie is struggling through her first Christmas as a pastor’s wife, dealing with the demanding church that her husband pastors. Lucy is looking toward some big life changes that will involve sad goodbyes, finding it difficult to share the news with her brother. Hannah is longing for an engagement ring from Owen even as she wonders how the most blessed of people can still find it difficult to be content during the happiest time of the year.
As all three couples celebrate in the midst of all that they’re dealing with in their lives, they’ll lean on one another, grow together, and trust God even more…
Unexpected (January 2020)
Joey Anderson never expected to fall in love again.
After his wife passed away, he moved halfway across the world, determined to lose himself in pastoral work overseas while settling into a new life on his own.
And then, he met Morgan.
What turned out to be an unexpected surprise for them both was just the beginning.
Unexpected is a love story about faith, redemption, and what it means to truly be a family. Readers who enjoyed Meant to Be will be especially excited to read this story.
Magical (March 2020)
The Eiffel Tower. Two strangers. One kiss.
Annika Botha had given up on fairy tales when she met him, when she kissed him, and when she said goodbye to him there in Paris. But three years and half a world later, there he was again – Ben Webber. Suddenly fairy tales – with all of their complications, hopes, and happily ever afters – didn’t seem so impossible after all.
Magical is a light-hearted story about lost love, finding yourself, and trusting God with the future.
Broken (April 2020)
Aubrey and Tucker had a love story that was meant to have a happy ending. But life doesn’t always work out that way. Can broken hearts and broken dreams, sorrows and griefs, lead them into God’s best for them?
Broken is a love story about loss, restoration, and placing the greatest griefs into the hands of Jesus, trusting that He can redeem every shattered piece.
Extraordinary (April 2020)
From death to life…
Jameela has forsaken all that she knows – her family, her culture, her career, and her home – to know Christ. What the Lord has done in her life is extraordinary, but it hasn’t come without a great cost.
Drew is serving Christ in a place that has always been home. His faith is familiar and comfortable, but he’s not allowed the redemptive work of Jesus to transform all the hurts and troubles from his past.
When they meet, it’s providential that they’re able to help one another out in more ways than one. And what was meant to be something practical and just between friends becomes something altogether different as God changes them both in extraordinary ways.
Extraordinary is not just a love story between a man and a woman but a testimony about the redemptive, transforming, and truly extraordinary love of Jesus.
Wanted (May 2020)
When Taylor Robinson moved to the US from China to attend college, he thought he would make a difference for Christ with his music, his witness, and his life. But culture shock and loneliness left him reeling, and he walked away from his faith after making several poor decisions. In this troubling place, he asks himself a hard, discouraging question – does God even want him anymore, after all of his mistakes?
Jade Matthews has decided to find her birth mother. She immediately hits a dead end in the process, though, when she can’t even translate the only small bit of information that she has regarding the events in China that led to her adoption and her move to the US. As she grapples with all of her unanswered questions and seeks clarity in it all, she’s plagued with this question – why was she unwanted by her birth mother?
At just the right time, Taylor and Jade meet and begin to attempt to find the answers together, setting out on a journey that will take them around the world and to places they never expected their search to lead.
Wanted is a story about adoption, about grace, and about the love of Christ, which finds us no matter where we are.
Mine (August 2020)
Two hurting people. Two continents. Two countries. And the same God, who sees them both and calls them to more.
For years, Quinn Cullen has overseen the panda conservation program in Houston, dreaming of an even greater future for the zoo and its research work. When she’s told that she’ll have to send her most beloved panda, Jin Bao, to China so that he can enter the breeding program in Chengdu, she’s both distraught and angry about the loss. To make matters worse, she’s been told that once she’s home from China, she won’t return to the same job position and that her wealthy father, the panda conversation program’s main donor, has other plans for her. She finds herself at a crossroads, fully feeling the emptiness in her heart and a hopelessness that leaves her breathless.
Hudson Robinson has spent the majority of his life in China and the last several years in Chengdu, leading the breeding program at the panda base there. His life in China isn’t just about his work, though, as he spends a good portion of his time and his efforts sharing Christ with those around him and leading a secret house church. He’s confident that he’s given everything to Christ – his work, his ambition, and his life choices – but still, there’s conflict in his heart over past hurts that have left him wounded. As his breeding program readies itself to welcome Jin Bao to China, Hudson is clinging to his own self-sufficiency and ability to handle anything, never guessing that God is about to change everything.
Mine is a story about love, loss, and letting God have everything.