Tag Archives: Fiction

Review: Not Until Now by Valerie M. Bodden

This book had my emotions all over the place! When the story started out, Cam was really a piece of work. It is hard for me to think of a main character that I have liked less than him at … Continue reading

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Review: A Dance in Donegal by Jennifer Deibal

As I read this novel, I felt transported to Ireland in the 1920’s. Seeing things through Moira’s perspective as she tried to navigate a people who held rigidly to traditions and superstitions was eye-opening. I loved seeing Moira connect with … Continue reading

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Review: The Littlest Cowgirls by Melinda Curtis

The Littlest Cowgirls was a fun story. If you haven’t read the books that come before this one in the series, then you may feel a little overwhelmed with so many characters and a community history that you will be … Continue reading

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Review: The Governess’s Earl by Regina Scott

This was a delightful story! I wasn’t sure if I would warm to the Earl’s daughter, Lady Miranda. She had been allowed to become very snooty and was quite the handful. But her new governess, Rosemary, seemed to know just … Continue reading

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Review: His Accidental Bride by Carolyn Twede Frank

This novel fell flat for me. I liked the set up for the story. There was excitement in Dorothy’s escape from her abusive and controlling brother and there was some tension in the fact that Dorothy allowed herself to be … Continue reading

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Review: Tidewater Bride by Laura Frantz

Tidewater Bride was a beautiful novel! I felt fully immersed in the time period and completely enthralled in the difficulties and triumphs of these characters. Selah and Xander had such wonderful interactions as their relationship began to grow from friendship … Continue reading

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Grand Finale & Giveaway: Clean Romance for Christmas

On Tour with Prism Book Tours We hope you enjoyed getting a glimpse into these clean contemporary romances and grabbed some for yourself or as gifts for other romance lovers! If you missed any of the stops, you can see … Continue reading

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Review: Dogwood Plantation by Carrie Fancett Pagels

Dogwood Plantation was a story rich with detail. It was clear, from the very beginning, that the main characters, Nell and Carter still loved each other, even years after having been kept apart. However, what wasn’t clear was whether these … Continue reading

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Review: The Duke Meets His Match by Karen Tuft

From the moment I began reading this novel, I didn’t want to set it down! These characters were intelligent and witty. Their first two meetings left them less than impressed with each other, and made their subsequent “convenient betrothal” all … Continue reading

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Review: The Love Note by Joanna Davidson Politano

The Love Note was a captivating tale! The author did a beautiful job of writing a story that captured both romance and mystery between its pages. Each chapter began with a quote that was attributed to a “scientist’s observations on … Continue reading

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