Reviews & VISA Gift Card Giveaway: Love Inspired Blog Tour

LI Blog Tour

Feel comforted and at peace when you read these uplifting romances of faith, forgiveness and hope from Love Inspired. There are 12 new books each month! 6 from Love Inspired for those who love contemporary romance and 6 from Love Inspired Suspense who like some danger with their romance stories.

The Wedding Quilt Bride

The Wedding Quilt Bride 

by Marta Perry

Widowed single mom Rebecca Mast returns to her Amish community hoping to open a quilt shop. She accepts carpenter Daniel King’s offer of assistance—but she isn’t prepared for the bond he forms with her son. Will getting closer expose her secret—or reveal the love she has in her heart for her long-ago friend?

My Review:

The Wedding Quilt Bride was a sweet tale of learning to trust again and learning to love again. I so enjoyed watching as Rebecca and Daniel grew to be friends again and eventually more. It wasn’t an easy journey for either of them. They both carried guilt and were weighed down with doubts.

There were a lot of interesting characters in this story, and although this was book two in a series, it stood alone just fine. Now I want to go back and read the first book in the series and learn more about the two main characters in that book! The Wedding Quilt Bride tackled some tough issues, yet managed to remain an uplifting story.

(4 stars)

I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.

The Rancher's Secret Child

The Rancher’s Secret Child 

by Brenda Minton

Marcus Palermo’s simple life gets complicated when he meets the son he never knew he had—and his beautiful guardian. Lissa Hart thought she’d only stick around long enough to aid Marcus in becoming a dad—but could her happily-ever-after lie with the little boy and the rugged rancher?

My Review:

The Rancher’s Secret Child was a really good book. It dealt with some very serious issues, from growing up as a foster child, to drug and alcohol addiction, and even touched on the topic of abuse. All of these issues were handled extremely well and served to provide life lessons that the characters had learned.

Both Marcus and Lissa had overcome a lot. I felt for them. It was so touching to see Marcus learning to be a dad. He had a lot of learning to do, especially in how to be affectionate to his son. But it was a joy to watch that relationship develop along with an attraction that grew between the main characters. There were plenty of bumps along the way and situations to overcome for these two people.

The Rancher’s Secret Child is the third in a series, however, it stood alone fine. It now makes me want to read the first two books in the series!

(4 stars)

I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.

Bound by Duty

Bound by Duty 

by Valerie Hansen

When Sgt. Linc Colson is assigned to monitor Zoe Sullivan and determine if she’s secretly aiding her fugitive serial killer brother, his instincts tell him she’s not in league with the criminal—she’s in danger. It’s up to him and his K-9 partner, Star, to keep the pretty single mom alive.

Primary Suspect

Primary Suspect 

by Laura Scott

Framed for the murder of his ex-girlfriend—and then attacked at the crime scene—fire investigator Mitch Callahan turns to ER nurse Dana Petrie for help. As they fight for their lives, can she be convinced of his innocence—and in his promise of love?

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About Brittany

I am a homeschooling mother of four children. I am an avid reader and have been for as long as I can remember. I truly enjoy reading and reviewing books I focus my reading and my reviews on Christian fiction, primarily Christian romantic fiction. I hope you will find my reviews helpful in your decisions on what books to read.
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