Monthly Archives: August 2016

Review: Catching Heat by Janice Cantore

Catching Heat is book three in the Cold Case Justice series. I had read book one, but somehow missed reading book two. So, as I began reading Catching Heat I actually had a bit of catching up to do. I … Continue reading

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Review: Fetching Sweetness by Dana Mentink

Fetching Sweetness was a lighthearted romp of a story with a much deeper underlying message. I must admit that I struggled to connect with the main characters, Rhett and Stephanie. But even though the connection wasn’t very strong for me with these characters, there … Continue reading

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Winner of Appalachian Blessings Series

Melanie Backus is the winner of the three books in the Appalachian Blessings series by Sarah Loudin Thomas! Congratulations Melanie!

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Review: Devoted Defender by Rachel Dylan

Devoted Defender is a solid addition to the Danger in the Deep South series. It can be read as a stand alone, or enjoyed as part of the series. This story has moments of high intensity action, deep spiritual questions, … Continue reading

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Review: Without Warning by Lynette Eason

Without Warning was an extremely action-packed suspense! Just when Katie Singleton and Daniel Matthews finished dealing with one threat to their lives, another one was upon them. The romance was nicely woven into the story and believable in the way … Continue reading

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Review: The Things We Knew by Catherine West

This was such a great book! The author did a wonderful job of making these characters feel real. The Things We Knew is a contemporary novel, yet the author used flashbacks to slowly reveal the truth behind this family and … Continue reading

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Review: To Follow Her Heart by Rebecca DeMarino

To Follow Her Heart was a book that kept me turning the pages to the very end, wondering what would happen next. These characters did not always do what I wanted them to. They frequently made choices I did not … Continue reading

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Review PLUS Three Book Giveaway: A Tapestry of Secrets by Sarah Loudin Thomas

Once again, this author has transported me to the heart of Appalachia. A Tapestry of Secrets is primarily a contemporary novel, yet there are flashbacks to Perla’s youth. Perla is a character that readers met earlier in the series, yet … Continue reading

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Review: The Loyal Heart by Shelley Shepard Gray

The Loyal Heart was an interesting story. I liked the setting of post-Civil War Galveston, Texas. I also enjoyed reading the flashbacks to the prisoner of war camp. I felt as if these flashbacks allowed me to understand Robert Truax … Continue reading

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Review: An Amish Harvest

by Beth Wiseman, Amy Clipston, Kathleen Fuller, & Vannetta Chapman If you are a fan of Amish fiction, An Amish Harvest is a collection of novellas that you won’t want to miss! I really enjoyed these stories. Each and every … Continue reading

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