Monthly Archives: March 2014
What a gem of a book! This story grabbed me right from the start and did not let go. In A Place to Call Home, we meet Kurt Jansen, who is newly released from prison for time served for a … Continue reading →
Here are the books I have been reading lately. There have been quite a few that I have really enjoyed. How about you? Any books that you have read lately and really enjoyed?
A March Bride by Rachel Hauck is an absolute must-read for fans of Once Upon a Prince (one of my very favorite books from 2013). This is the story of the weeks leading up to King Nathaniel and Susanna’s wedding … Continue reading →
I am always impressed when an author can take a character that I truly did not like in one book, make them the main character in another book and bring me around to like them by the end of that … Continue reading →
Congratulations to Cindi Altman! Cindi has won a copy of An Amish Garden, graciously provided by Vannetta Chapman. (winner has claimed her prize) Thanks to everyone who entered and be watching in April for some new contests to celebrate my … Continue reading →
Having read Lori Benton’s debut novel, Burning Sky, I was very excited to get a chance to review an Advance Reading Copy of The Pursuit of Tamsen Littlejohn. I was not disappointed! Just as in her debut novel, this story … Continue reading →
The Husband Campaign is the third and final book in The Master Matchmakers series. I have read all of the books in the series, so it was especially fun to read John and Amelia’s tale. However, this book can definitely … Continue reading →