Three stories based on well-loved tales, set in the middle ages, with a delightful Christian twist and spiritual lessons in each one.

Tales of Faith series

When Dumphrey gets on the wrong side of the law without doing anything wrong, can he protect his brother and help the oppressed while still holding to his convictions?

Protecting the Poor

Shadows & Secrets by Chautona Havig

When a teenage boy befriends the Creature that the entire village is afraid of, he learns a lot about himself, as well as about life in general.

Shadows & Secrets

Befriending the Beast by Amanda Tero

Estranged from her father, can Belle find a way to know his love once more—before the kingdom falls to ruin around them?

Befriending the Beast

The Sherwood Ring by Elizabeth Marie Pope

An orphan girl is sent to live with an eccentric uncle in New York, and begins to get visits from the family ghosts who tell her their stories and help her figure out her life.

The Sherwood Ring

Sir Rowan and the Camerian Conquest by Chuck Black

When Sir Rowan’s fame will not save him from being kidnapped or deliver him a ransom, can he learn to trust the Prince for help?

Sir Rowan and the Camerian Conquest

The Secret Slipper by Amanda Tero

Lia, a cripple, is forced to work for her cruel adoptive mother. Is there any way she can possibly escape the horrible life she is in, and has Bioti been hiding things from her all these years?

The Secret Slipper

Sir Bentley and Holbrook Court by Chuck Black

As Sir Bentley discovers the intense hatred between the knights he knows and the Followers of the Prince—those who defend him even if they have to go to prison afterward—can he find justice not only in his life, but a true purpose to fulfill as well?

Sir Bentley and Holbrook Court

Courage and Corruption by Sarah Holman

Can Christopher learn to surrender to Christ and be trustworthy in the tasks he is given?

Courage and Corruption

Sacred Allegories by Rev. William Adams

Four challenging but encouraging short allegories depicting our duties as Christians, somewhat reminiscent of The Pilgrim’s Progress.

Sacred Allegories

Sir Kendrick and the Castle of Bel Lione by Chuck Black

An evil warrior and his band of fierce men are steadily destroying the lives of the young people of the kingdom. Can Sir Kendrick, along with impetuous Sir Duncan, counter the evil and rescue the endangered youth?

Sir Kendrick and the Castle of Bel Lione

Kingdom's Reign by Chuck Black

The Prince has finally come to claim his people! What will happen to the kingdom now, and how will He bring true peace to all those under His rule?

Kingdom’s Reign

Kingdom’s Quest by Chuck Black

Sir Gavinaugh is called to spread the message of the Prince all over the kingdom—but the Shadow Warriors are working hard. Can he do what needs doing before being caught—and yet protect those he loves?

Kingdom’s Quest

The Great and Terrible Quest by Margaret Lovett

Trad must help an old man complete a quest he can’t quite remember—but with time running out, and evil on the verge of overtaking the kingdom, can they complete the quest in time?

The Great and Terrible Quest

Highlands by Chautona Havig

When Tony wakes up one morning in a totally different world than he fell asleep in, he has a lot of lessons to learn about accepting himself and others as God made them.

Highlands

Prairie by Chautona Havig

Jessa wakes up one morning on the prairie, far from her home in Pittsburgh but in the place she has dreamed of all her life.

Prairie