Monthly Archives: June 2015

Review: The Snowflake by Jamie Carie

I enjoyed this novella that ventured into the harsh Alaskan landscape. The Snowflake was unique and well-written. The characters were fairly well-developed for a novella and the storyline was definitely different than those I have read before. I found it … Continue reading

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Protected by Vannetta Chapman

My review for Vannetta Chapman’s romantic suspense novel, Protected, is up on the Suspense Sisters review page today! I hope you will hop on over and read why it was a story that I could hardly set down. Click here … Continue reading

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Review: A Bride at Last by Melissa Jagears

I have enjoyed all of the books in the Unexpected Brides series. There are three full-length novels and one prequel. They have all been such good stories and each book can be read as a stand-alone. A Bride at Last has … Continue reading

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Review: Unplanned by Alana Terry

Unplanned is set in America and follows Kennedy Stern, the daughter of foreign missionaries, as she adjusts to life back in the states as a college student. When I read the book’s synopsis a while back, I don’t know why … Continue reading

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Review: Now & Forever by Mary Connealy

Now & Forever is book two in the Wild at Heart series. It can definitely be read as a stand-alone novel, but I think the story is richer if you have read book one. While I liked book one very … Continue reading

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Review: A Heart’s Betrayal by Colleen Coble + a Giveaway!

I really liked this latest novella in the Journey of the Heart series. It is book four of the series and can stand alone, but it is even better when read after the first three novellas. Poor Emmie! This book’s … Continue reading

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Review: Desperate Measures by Sandra Orchard

Desperate Measures is the third and final book in the Port Aster Secrets series. I have enjoyed all three books, but I think that this one was my favorite. I felt that the story lines that flowed through all the … Continue reading

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Review: Blind Trust by Sandra Orchard

Blind Trust is another exciting suspense in the Port Aster Secrets series. It is book two and picks up fairly close to where book one ends. It can be read as a stand alone, but will make so much more … Continue reading

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Review: Murder Freshly Baked by Vannetta Chapman

Time to settle in for another entertaining, cozy story in Vannetta Chapman’s latest installment of her Amish Village Mystery series. I really enjoyed Murder Freshly Baked. There are a couple of different mystery themes going on in the book. One … Continue reading

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Review: Deadly Devotion by Sandra Orchard

Deadly Devotion is the first book in the Port Aster Secrets series and is also the first book that I have read by Sandra Orchard. I definitely enjoyed it and will be reading more of her books in the future. The … Continue reading

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