The Fiction of Janette Oke

“Blessings sometimes show up in unrecognizable disguises.”—Janette Oke

Janette Oke began writing historical fiction while her children were still teenagers. Since then, she has sold 22 million copies of her more than 75 books.

Oke’s award-winning historical novels include timeless themes like love, overcoming obstacles, and having an empowering faith.

Love Comes Softly, Oke’s first book, was published in 1979 and has sold over one million copies. Set in the 1800s, this beloved novel follows Marty and Clark Davis; two people brought together by tragic circumstances struggling to overcome difficult situations. Love Comes Softly grew into a series of eight novels following Marty and Clark’s family through three generations.

Vyrso has over 40 titles from Oke including:

  • Centurion’s Wife: The Centurion’s Wife tells the story of Leah, a young Jewess, who is facing a difficult arranged marriage. This romantic story is full of mysteries and dangers testing the loyalties of each character.
  • Dana’s Valley: In Dana’s Valley, the Walsh family’s life is peaceful and easy until the dreadful illness strikes. Told through Erin Walsh’s point of view, you will see her struggle with this new, difficult circumstance.

With a powerful stories and , Oke offers something for everyone. Check out Oke’s books in Vyrso today!

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