Category Archives: giveaway
I recently read a wonderful book, written by a “new to me” author. You can read my review of The Amish Teacher’s Gift by Rachel J. Good here. ABOUT THE BOOK: Widower Josiah Yoder wants to be a good father. … Continue reading →
On Tour with Prism Book Tours Welcome to the Cover Reveal for Never Doubt a Duke By Regina Scott This sweet Regency romance is the first book in her new Fortune’s Brides series. Coming May 18th 2018… After spending the … Continue reading →
MY REVIEW: I thoroughly enjoyed A Most Noble Heir. Poor Nolan and Hannah! They were so in love and so unprepared for the dramatic change that became a reality for both of them. There were times that I was frustrated … Continue reading →
Dawn Crandall is hosting a great giveaway in conjunction with the cover reveal for her latest release, Enchanting Nicholette. Please click on the image below to be taken to her blog post to enter. Posting comments on my blog will … Continue reading →
Enter to win a copy of His Risk. Five winners will be chosen! Click the image below to enter to win. The winners will be announced March 28 on the Litfuse blog! MY REVIEW: I have really enjoyed this series … Continue reading →
Congratulations to Brenda Murphree! She is the winner of the Audible audio book copy of Going Up South by Janet W. Ferguson. Thanks to all who entered! Happy reading!
Going Up South is such an excellent addition to the Southern Hearts series. This set of books is fast becoming a favorite series of mine! Going Up South is book two in the series, however, I believe that readers could … Continue reading →
Congratulations to Cyndi Lichlyter Wilson for winning the copy of You’re Gonna Love Me by Robin Lee Hatcher! Thank you to everyone for entering! Happy reading to you all!
Well, the title promised it…and I did (love this book, that is)! You’re Gonna Love Me is book two in the Thunder Creek series, however, it can easily be read as a stand alone title. I enjoyed Samantha, Nick, and … Continue reading →
I appreciate when authors are able to bring two people together from different backgrounds and make their love story seem plausible. That is what the author did in Seeds of Hope. She created a scenario that placed Mark in a … Continue reading →