Audio Book Review: Oh, The Weather Outside is Frightful by Susan May Warren


I first read a shorter version of this story in a novella collection titled Candy Cane Kisses, which featured novellas by several different authors. Oh, The Weather Outside is Frightful was the first novella in the collection and was definitely my favorite of the group. However, when I heard that the author had released an extended edition of this story, I decided to purchase it because I was eager to know what details were added to the story. I am so glad that I did!

I am also very happy that I made the decision to purchase the Audible version to go along with the ebook. It was truly a wonderful audiobook! Oh, The Weather Outside is Frightful was a joy to listen to. The narrator did a fabulous job with the various character voices. His reading of them was so believable! And the story…well, it was just perfect.

I felt like this edition gave me a real understanding of the way CJ and Hannah bonded during their time as smoke jumpers, as well as an even deeper look into the thoughts of these two characters. They both developed feelings for each other as time progressed, yet throughout the various parts of the story, CJ and Hannah battled tremendous doubts. Whether it was doubting their personal worthiness or whether the other could have any feelings for them, there was great emotional turmoil!

The details that were shared within the flashbacks were wonderful and I absolutely loved the epilogue! The author added this to the extended edition and it rounded out the story so nicely. I thorougly enjoyed this addition to the Montana Fire series, and recommend this book and all of the stories from the series.

(5 stars)


oh-the-weather-audioShe kept him alive in his darkest hour…

CJ St. John never dreamed his epic summer as a smokejumper would end with a harrowing plane crash—one that crushed his pelvis and rendered him nearly an invalid. He wouldn’t have made it through the dark night of pain and danger without brave fellow smokejumper Hannah Butcher. In fact, if he were to admit it, he probably fell in love with her that night.

He gave her the courage to reach for her dreams…

Hannah Butcher had dreamed of being a smokejumper for years—but dreaming and doing are vastly different. During rookie camp, she would have given up if it hadn’t been for CJ St. John urging her on. She probably fell in love with him then—but especially when he held her hand and kept her calm during their terrifying survival.

A winter storm awakens their memories—and fears…

When Hannah discovers that CJ plans on skipping out on their mutual friends’ wedding, she knows he’s been lying to her about his recovery—and determines to give him the same stubborn encouragement he’s given her by forcing him to attend. But when a blizzard detours them, and worse, they’re run off the road, they’ll have to face their darkest fears to survive. A Christmas story about the miracles that happen when the weather outside becomes frightful.

Note: If you picked up this title in the Candy Cane Kisses Christmas Anthology, this is an extended version! Discover how CJ and Hannah fell in love…and continue their story after the storm is over!

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Growing up in Minneapolis and attending the U of MN, I learned to love city life, although I’m a woodsy girl at heart. Or maybe I’m an adventurer — having lived and traveled all over the world, including Siberia Russia as a missionary for eight years. Probably that’s why my characters can’t sit still, and seem to get into one scrape after another — they’re too much like me! I love God, my family, my country, my church, and feel privileged every day to be able to write stories, that I hope inspire and entertain!

You can connect with the Susan on her website, her blog, Facebook, Twitter, & Goodreads.

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Review: Still Life by Dani Pettrey

still-lifeWow! What a chillingly suspenseful novel! Still Life is book two in the Chesapeake Valor series and it was great to return to the characters that were introduced in book one, Cold Shot. I do believe that readers could read Still Life as a stand alone novel if desired and follow along just fine, however, I highly recommend reading Cold Shot, as it was a book that I thoroughly enjoyed, too.

I loved the dynamic between Avery and Parker. They had great chemistry together on the pages. Both of these characters had interesting back stories. Parker’s revolved around the tragic and violent loss of his first love, while Avery worried that her troubled past would come to light and send Parker running from her. There was great emotional depth in these two characters.

The author allowed glimpses into the villain’s thoughts thoughout the book and that added to the creepy factor – in a good way! It really emphasized the darkness that he carried in him. The crime that this team was trying to solve was such a strange and unique scenario. It made for a very memorable novel full of twists and turns that kept me anxiously turning the pages!

(5 stars)

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



Work hits too close to home for crime scene photographer Avery Tate when her best friend disappears. The only lead is a chilling photo of her–apparently dead. As Avery, her boss Parker, and his friends dig into the case, she’s forced to confront her feelings for Parker when they come face-to-face with a dangerous criminal.

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Dani Pettrey

Dani Pettrey is a wife, mom, grandma, and the author of Cold Shot, the first book in the Chesapeake Valor series, and the Alaskan Courage romantic suspense series, which includes her bestselling novels Submerged, Shattered, Stranded, Silenced, and Sabotaged. Her books have been honored with the Daphne du Maurier award, two HOLT Medallions, a Christy Award nomination, two National Readers’ Choice Awards, the Gail Wilson Award of Excellence, and Christian Retailing’s Best Award, among others.

She feels blessed to write inspirational romantic suspense because it incorporates so many things she loves—the thrill of adventure, nail-biting suspense, the deepening of her characters’ faith, and plenty of romance. She and her husband reside in Maryland, where they enjoy time with their two daughters, a son-in-law, and a super adorable grandson.

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Review: The Newcomer by Suzanne Woods Fisher

the-newcomerIt was so nice to return to the Amish Beginnings series in the year 1737. It was so interesting to once again see how these very early Amish settlers viewed life. It was hard to see them sometimes making bad decisions or trusting the wrong people because of their naivete.

There were actually many interesting settings and people to read about in The Newcomer. Whether it was Philadelphia, The Ephrata Cloister, the ship Lady Luck, or the land that the Bishop wanted to claim for the church, there were compelling storylines in each place.

There was a sweet romance peppered throughout the novel, as well as much personal growth for quite a few characters. This was a very nice addition to the series.

(4 stars)

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


the-newcomerIn 1737, Anna Konig and her fellow church members stagger off a small wooden ship after ten weeks at sea, eager to start a new life in the vibrant but raw Pennsylvania frontier. On the docks of Port Philadelphia waits bishop Jacob Bauer, founder of the settlement and father to ship carpenter Bairn. It’s a time of new beginnings for the reunited Bauer family, and for Anna and Bairn’s shipboard romance to blossom.
But this perfect moment cannot last. As Bairn grasps the reality of what it means to be Amish in the New World–isolated, rigid with expectations, under the thumb of his domineering father–his enthusiasm evaporates. When a sea captain offers the chance to cross the ocean one more time, Bairn grabs it. Just one more crossing, he promises Anna. But will she wait for him?
When Henrik Newman joins the church just as it makes its way to the frontier, Anna is torn. He seems to be everything Bairn is not–bold, devoted, and delighted to vie for her heart. And the most dramatic difference? He is here; Bairn is not.
Far from the frontier, an unexpected turn of events weaves together the lives of Bairn, Anna, and Henrik. When a secret is revealed, which true love will emerge?

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Suzanne Woods Fisher is the bestselling author of the Inn at Eagle Hill series, Lancaster County Secrets series, and the Stoney Ridge Seasons series, as well as nonfiction books about the Amish, including “Amish Peace.” She is also the coauthor of an Amish children’s series, The Adventures of Lily Lapp. Her interest in the Anabaptist cultures can be directly traced to her grandfather, who was raised in the Old Order German Baptist Brethren Church in Franklin County, Pennsylvania. Suzanne is a Carol Award winner and a Christy Award finalist. She is a columnist for Christian Post and Cooking & Such magazines. She lives in California.




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Review: Bible Trivia, Jokes, & Fun Facts for Kids by Troy Schmidt

bible-triviaThis is a neat book for kids. There are humorous sections, while 0ther parts of the book have interesting facts to read about. There are some fill in the blanks and quizzes, too. Word scrambles, matching games, and even a section titled, “That’s From the Bible?”. That bit was pretty fun because, so often, a saying or motto that is well known has its origins in the Bible. This might be eye opening for some children.

For kids who are interested in random facts, there were lists toward the back of the book with these details in them. So, for the child who wants to know exactly how many words the book of Ezekiel has, they can find it here!

From my perusal of this book, it appears to have many different types of activities, so if one activity is not to the child’s liking, he or she can simply move on to a different one. My personal feeling is that this book would work well for kids in the 9 to 12 year old range, with some variation on either end, of course, depending on the child.

(4 stars)

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


bible-triviaA Parent-Approved, Fun Read for Kids

What could be more fun than seeing kids laugh and have their curiosities piqued while they learn a thing or two about God’s Word along the way? Every page of this book is sure to tease their brains and tickle their funny bones.
Troy Schmidt has been writing for kids for 30 years. He’s written children’s Bible-based storybooks for the “Their Side of the Story” collection and worked as a creative consultant for children’s television programs. This book is guaranteed to entertain children for hours with chapters like “He Stands at the Door and Knock Knocks,” “Matches Made in Heaven,” and “Are You Smarter Than King Solomon?” A great gift for kids to share with their friends, and moms and dads might even find themselves laughing and learning too!

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Review – I Love You Three: A Green Pines Romance by Milou Koenings

i-love-you-three-2-gp2-cover-400I really enjoyed this contemporary romance. I Love You Three took place in the town of Green Pines. I have enjoyed other books by this author that are also set in this town. It was fun to come back and read about a different couple and see their story play out. If you have not read the other Green Pines Romance books, don’t worry, each novel can stand on its own.

I appreciated the depth and complexity of the two main characters. Julie suffered a horrible betrayal when her husband left her for another woman. Julie proved herself to be a very strong woman as she worked to pick up the pieces of her life. That she was able to do this while also raising an infant was impressive.

Mac suffered in other ways. A victim of PTSD, he had to deal with flashbacks and the unbearable pain of losing his best friend. There were other hurts that also kept him from living life fully.

Julie and Mac had great chemistry and the romance developed naturally throughout the book. I loved the interactions between Julie, Mac, and Julie’s baby, Pete. There were plenty of other interesting characters peppered throughout the story, making I Love You Three a very nice way to spend my reading time.

(4 stars)

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


i-love-you-three-2-gp2-cover-400Mac’s a former marine struggling to adjust to civilian life after the death in combat of his best friend. When a teaching job opens up in the small town where his friend used to work in the summers, Mac takes it as a sign and moves to Green Pines, hoping to find refuge from his demons.

For Julie, there’s no refuge from night feedings, a crazy mom, an ex-mother-in-law and an overdrawn bank account. She’s struggling to build a better life for herself and her baby and the only thing she knows is she’s not falling for any guy again.

There’s only one problem. You never know when love will knock you off your feet.

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Milou Koenings writes heartwarming romance novels because she believes sweet stories with happy endings are like chocolate – they bring joy to the world and so make it a better place. She’s lived all over the world, working as an editor and newspaper columnist, but loves staying home with her family most of all.

You can connect with the Milou at her website, blogTwitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Goodreads.

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Review: Rescue Me by Susan May Warren

rescue-meI am enjoying the Montana Rescue series so much! I like how it is loosely connected to the author’s Montana Fire series, as well. Both of these series are packed with wonderful casts of characters, and this book is no exception to that.

In Rescue Me, I enjoyed that there were two potential romances brewing. The main romance between Willow and Sam was fraught with confusion, danger, and the complication of Sam dating Willow’s sister, Sierra. I loved the way these two came together.

The other great, romantic tension and side story in the novel related to Sam’s brother, Pete, and his teammate, Jess. There was a lot of chemistry between these two. Their growing attraction kept the story moving along nicely.

There was plenty of danger, quite a few close calls, and a touching back story about Sam and Pete, which explained the hostility between these two brothers. I really enjoyed Rescue Me and I am anxiously awaiting the next book in the series.

(5 stars)

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



When Deputy Sam Brooks commits to something, nothing can sway him–not just on the job as liaison between the Mercy Falls sheriff’s department and PEAK Rescue, but in his private life. He’s the one who stuck around to take care of his mother after his father’s accidental death. And he’s the one–perhaps the only one–who believes Sierra Rose is the perfect girl for him. Safe, practical, and organized, she’s nothing like her hippie, impulsive, bleeding heart sister, Willow.

Willow, however, has been in love with Sam Brooks for as long as she can remember. But she wants her sister to have a happy ending. Besides, Willow has other things to focus on–namely, nabbing the job as youth pastor for her small-town church. Best thing for her to do is to purge Sam from her heart.

Neither can predict the events that will bring them together in a fight for their lives in the forbidding wilderness of Glacier National Park. Stranded, injured, and with the winter weather closing in, Sam and Willow will have to work together to save a crew of terrified teenagers. As they fight to survive, they might just discover a new hope for love.

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Growing up in Minneapolis and attending the U of MN, I learned to love city life, although I’m a woodsy girl at heart. Or maybe I’m an adventurer — having lived and traveled all over the world, including Siberia Russia as a missionary for eight years. Probably that’s why my characters can’t sit still, and seem to get into one scrape after another — they’re too much like me! I love God, my family, my country, my church, and feel privileged every day to be able to write stories, that I hope inspire and entertain!

You can connect with the Susan on her website, her blog, Facebook, Twitter, & Goodreads.

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Audio Book Review: The Lost Princess by Lacy Williams


The Lost Princess was such a nice conclusion to the Cowboy Fairytales series. Once again, the narrator was the same as on the othor audiobooks and did an excellent job with the reading of this enjoyable story.

I really liked both main characters. Kylie and Nick had a past connection from when they were kids. Their growing attraction was sweet. But there were definitely some very tense and dangerous moments in this novella, too. This story provided an ending to the danger to the royal family that had been rearing its head at various times throughout the series.

I have enjoyed the Cowboy Fairytales series so much and I definitely recommend it to those who enjoy fairy tales or novels with a royal family setting, like I do.

(4 stars)

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



At the end of the audio book for The Lost Princess, the author provided information to receive a free audio novellette titled A Fairytale Christmas. This excellent short story was, once again, very nicely narrated by Lara Asmundson.

Although it was only a short little peek into the lives of the princesses, their husbands, and their cousin Pieter, it was EXACTLY the ending that I craved! The author tied everything up in a beautiful bow that had me smiling and very happy with the way the lives of these fictional characters had played out.

If you have a chance to listen to this novella after finishing the Cowboy Fairytales series, I highly recommend that you do so.

(5 stars)


the-lost-princessFrom a USA Today bestselling author Book 5 in the Cowboy Fairytales series

She has never belonged anywhere…
Kylie Winters never knew her father, and after her mother’s recent death, she’s on a journey of self-discovery. She barely arrives in the small town where she grew up before she has a run in with the law—and comes face to face with the policeman who was her childhood best friend. When it seems danger has followed her into town, Nick is the one she turns to for help.
Nick Harris spent years wondering about the girl who disappeared from his life. When Kylie hits town, he knows this is his chance to find out who the woman has become. He’s intent on keeping her safe, and not just for absolution from his past mistakes. He loved Kylie as a kid, and it’s not long before those feelings come rushing back.
And then the news breaks that Kylie is a long-lost princess…

The Lost Princess is a contemporary western retelling of the Princess and the Pea fairytale and Book 5 in the Cowboy Fairytales series.

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Find out what’s happened with each of the Fairytales couples. Alessandra and Gideon have a secret…
Did Eloise get her happily-ever-after with Cody…?
Will Pieter finally pop the question…?
And more.



Lacy Williams is a wife and mom from Oklahoma. She loves dogs, reading, hiking, and watching movies.

Her debut novel won ACFW’s prestigious Genesis award before being published. She promises readers happily-ever-afters guaranteed.

Lacy combines her love of dogs with her passion for literacy by volunteering with her therapy dog Mr. Bingley in a local Kids Reading to Dogs program.

Lacy loves to hear from readers at . You can find more original fiction (short stories) and giveaways at her website and can be found on social media at and .

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Review: A Spy’s Devotion by Melanie Dickerson

a-spys-devotionIn case you missed my review for A Spy’s Devotion by Melanie Dickerson when it was published over on the Suspense Sisters review page…I hope you enjoy it now. 🙂

A Spy’s Devotion was a delightful novel! I really enjoy the Regency setting and love finding good, clean books placed in this time period. Add in the fact that this story had a suspenseful thread running through it and also was a Christian fiction novel – well all of these things made me a very happy reader!

The author did a great job of creating characters whom I had extreme compassion for, such as the main character, Julia, and her friend, Sarah. And the hero of the story, Nicholas, was very nicely written. He struggled to balance the life of espionage he found himself entangled in, the interest he felt for Julia, and what his future plans for himself should be.

There were some really awful characters, as well! My, oh my, Julia’s aunt, uncle, and cousin were the personification of greed and selfishness. Their various ploys to demean and use Julia simply made her sweetness all the more impressive.

The espionage and traitorous dealings led to a few very tense moments in the book, along with danger for the main characters. I thoroughly enjoyed A Spy’s Devotion and look forward to reading more in the series.


a-spys-devotionIn England’s Regency era, manners and elegance reign in public life—but behind closed doors treason and tawdriness thrive. Nicholas Langdon is no stranger to reserved civility or bloody barbarity. After suffering a battlefield injury, the wealthy, well-connected British officer returns home to heal—and to fulfill a dying soldier’s last wish by delivering his coded diary.

At the home of the Wilherns, one of England’s most powerful families, Langdon attends a lavish ball where he meets their beautiful and intelligent ward, Julia Grey. Determined to maintain propriety, he keeps his distance—until the diary is stolen and all clues lead to Julia’s guardian. As Langdon traces an evil plot that could be the nation’s undoing, he grows ever more intrigued by the lovely young woman. And when Julia realizes that England—and the man she is falling in love with—need her help, she finds herself caught in the fray. Will the two succumb to their attraction while fighting to save their country?

Purchase your own copy here. (You can also find it for free on Kindle Prime Reading or Kindle Unlimited)



Melanie Dickerson is the author of The Healer’s Apprentice, a Christy Award finalist and winner of the National Reader’s Choice Award for Best First Book. Melanie earned a bachelor’s degree in special education from the University of Alabama and has been a teacher and a missionary. She lives with her husband and two daughters in Huntsville, Alabama.

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Review: Maybe It’s You by Candace Calvert

maybe-its-youMaybe It’s You is book three in the Crisis Team series. It can be read as a stand alone novel if you haven’t read the earlier books. The only thing I feel that you will really lose in doing this, is understanding exactly how much Sloane has changed since the previous stories. It is a very drastic change. However, the author does a good job of catching the reader up if they don’t know the things that have happened in the past few years in Sloane’s life.

Sloane was definitely a character that I did not like in the previous books. It was eye opening to see what had occurred in her life to mold her into the person she was. It made her determination to change so much more meaningful and helped met to understand her better.

Micah was a great character. He was kind and honorable, yet struggled with an anger that he really never worked through from a past event. This anger and judgment did cause some problems in the story and it was quite a turning point for him when he realized that he needed to get over the things that were holding him down. I really enjoyed the development of Micah and Sloane’s relationship. It felt very realistic and natural.

The author did a very good job of creating troubling situations not only for the main characters, but also for a group of side characters. She kept me guessing about the way everything would work out and surprised me toward the end of the story with one reveal in particular!

(4 stars)

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


maybe-its-youER nurse Sloane Ferrell escaped her risky past–new name, zip code, job, and a fresh start. She’s finally safe, if she avoids a paper trail and doesn’t let people get too close. Like the hospital’s too-smooth marketing man with his relentless campaign to plaster one “lucky” employee’s face on freeway billboards.Micah Prescott’s goal is to improve the Hope hospital image, but his role as a volunteer crisis responder is closer to his heart. The selfless work helps fill a void in his life left by family tragedy. So does a tentative new relationship with the compassionate, beautiful, and elusive Sloane Ferrell.Then a string of brutal crimes makes headlines, summons responders . . . and exposes disturbing details of Sloane’s past.Can hope spring from crisis?

Purchase your own copy here.



Former ER nurse, wife, Mom and proud grandmother, Candace Calvert believes that love, laughter, and faith are the best medicines. Her popular medical fiction offers charismatic characters, pulse-pounding drama, romance, humor, suspense–and a prescription for hope. Think, “Grey’s Anatomy finds its soul.” She is . . .

A Northern California native who spent several years in Hill Country Texas–where she learned to check her shoes for scorpions and plucked an armadillo from her swimming pool. Thinks cruising is the best way to travel: honeymooned in Venice, swam with stingrays, rode a camel at the pyramids, and sang (badly) with a Newfoundland country band. She’s passionate about cooking, loves bird watching, gardening, and gets goose bumps when her handsome husband hits the low notes at karaoke. She writes inspirational fiction because . . .

God blessed her with a quirky wit, buoyant optimism, and a contagious sense of fun–but she didn’t come to know him until after the Triple Whammy that turned her life into a bad country song. A painful and unexpected divorce, the Northern California floods of 1997, and (just when she was coping like a champ, no problem) an equestrian accident that left her with fractured ribs, a bleeding lung, broken back, neck fractures and a spinal cord injury. She’ll tell you that God took drastic measures to get her attention.

In the months of rehabilitation, Candace healed in body and spirit. And came to fully understand the difference between being a strong woman and a woman of strength. The difference is faith, and that lesson has been her biggest blessing. Her story, “By Accident,” appears in Chicken Soup for the Nurse’s Soul, and launched her writing career. Now . . .

She is honored to bring readers medical fiction that offers exciting entertainment and a healthy dose of hope.

You can connect with Candace on her website, blog, and on Facebook.

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Review: Love’s Eternal Breath by Naomi Rawlings

loves-eternal-breathThe Eagle Harbor series is one of my very favorites! Love’s Eternal Breath is another wonderful addition to this series. Once again, the author made me feel as if I was back in time. I was completely immersed in this story which is set in a small, rugged town on the coast of Lake Superior.

The author did a superb job of communicating the fear that Lindy felt toward doctors. I felt so sorry for her and all that she suffered through earlier in her life. The frustration that Dr. Seth Harrington felt as he tried to help Lindy, and others in the community, was palpable. It was hard to watch as people were willing to believe gossip and misinformation, even when it was detrimental to their survival!

The romance was beautiful and the characters had such great romantic tension in their scenes. Love’s Eternal Breath was one of those stories that I had trouble setting down. I am extremely happy that there are future books planned for this series.

(5 stars)

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


loves-eternal-breathThe bestselling Eagle Harbor Series continues with Book 4, Love’s Eternal Breath.

Lindy Marsden once dreamed of having a husband, a house, some children, and maybe even a sewing machine. But since she grew ill five years ago, those dreams have become too much to hope for. Now she just wants to provide for herself and help the abandoned children she found living in the woods until their father returns… and avoid doctors for the rest of her life. Their medicine never leads to any good, and she has the scars to prove it.

Seth Harrington loves being a doctor, but treating patients in the small town of Eagle Harbor is nothing like working at a prestigious Boston hospital, especially with the other doctor in town trying to steal Seth’s patients. When he’s called to treat a reluctant woman, Seth finds Lindy Marsden’s fiery dislike for him rather insulting. He has the ability to help her, but she wants nothing to do with him. Until she shows up on his doorstep one night…

When the plight of a young abandoned boy brings Seth and Lindy irrevocably together, Seth finds himself in the most difficult situation of his career. His expertise can help him heal the sick, but will his love be enough to soothe Lindy’s wounded soul?

Come visit the rugged yet beautiful coast of Lake Superior and the remote historical town of Eagle Harbor that readers can’t get enough of.

Eagle Harbor Series–Where Love Finds Its Anchor
Book 1: Love’s Unfading Light (Mac and Tressa) FREE
Book 2: Love’s Every Whisper (Elijah and Victoria)
Book 3: Love’s Sure Dawn (Gilbert and Rebekah)
Book 4: Love’s Eternal Breath (Seth and Lindy)
Book 5: Love’s Winter Hope (Thomas and Jessalyn)
Book 6: Love’s Bright Tomorrow (Isaac and Aileen–winter 2018)
Prequel Novella: Love’s Violet Sunrise (Hiram and Mabel)
Short Story: Love’s Beginning (Elijah and Victoria)


Naomi Rawlings

A mother of two young boys, Naomi Rawlings spends her days picking up, cleaning, playing and, of course, writing. Her husband pastors a small church in Michigan’s rugged Upper Peninsula, where her family shares its ten wooded acres with black bears, wolves, coyotes, deer and bald eagles. Naomi and her family live only three miles from Lake Superior, where the scenery is beautiful and they average 200 inches of snow per winter. Naomi writes bold, dramatic stories containing passionate words and powerful journeys.

You can connect with Naomi on her website and Facebook.

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