Monthly Archives: September 2014
The Forgiven Duke was a very enjoyable story. When I began reading this book, I soon realized that it was book two in a series. I generally try to start from the beginning when I read a series, but occasionally … Continue reading →
I enjoyed this sweet, gentle story about a young Amish woman named Bess who faces quite the conundrum when she realizes that Billy, the man she has never stopped loving, has arrived back at Rose Hill Farm. That in itself … Continue reading →
The Daughter of Highland Hall, book two in the Edwardian Brides series, is a novel that I have been eagerly anticipating for more than a year! That is a lot of pressure to put on a story. 🙂 So, did … Continue reading →
A Miracle of Hope was fantastic from start to finish. I loved the two main characters, Lindie and Josiah. Lindie was just so obviously lost and overwhelmed with her situation, but she still tried to be the best wife in … Continue reading →
My first review is up on the Suspense Sisters blog. I hope you will stop by and see what I thought of Murder at the Mikado by Julianna Deering. To read my review, click here.
Redemption is a very unique story that flowed smoothly for me. I read this book quickly, as I do many of Shelley Shepard Gray’s books. The first thing that caught my attention about Redemption is that it is an Amish … Continue reading →
I really enjoyed reading Hallowed Halls. It was a very quick read for me, flowing smoothly through an interesting storyline. My very favorite parts of the book revolved around Dr. Joy Gilbert and Dr. Zach Tyler. There was a lot … Continue reading →