Tag Archives: Historical fiction

Review: My Heart Belongs in Niagara Falls, New York: Adele’s Journey by Amanda Barratt

This novel takes a hard look at what can happen when a person seeks to control the circumstances around them, all on their own, without trusting in the Lord. Adele followed the worldly idea of, “God helps those who help … Continue reading

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Review: This Treacherous Journey by Misty M. Beller

This Treacherous Journey was a captivating read! It truly was a journey wrought with peril and difficulties. There were so many harrowing situations that these travelers faced and I was amazed with all that they endured! Along with the journey … Continue reading

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Review: The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz

I have been thinking for days of what words I should type to leave an adequate review of The Lacemaker. One look at the gorgeous cover and the detailed lace, and the reader can catch a small glimpse of the … Continue reading

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Review: The House on Foster Hill by Jaime Jo Wright

This novel! Wow! The House on Foster Hill was, without a doubt, one of the best suspenseful tales that I have read in ages! It was decidedly spooky and thoroughly engrossing, with storylines that kept me captivated. The events that … Continue reading

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Review: Holding the Fort by Regina Jennings

Holding the Fort was a thoroughly delightful book! The story contained a nice balance of humor, serious dialogue, and questions of faith. I enjoyed the characters in this story, both the primary and secondary ones. Louisa was a likable character, … Continue reading

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Review: Would-Be Mistletoe Wife by Christine Johnson

This was a sweet and interesting historical tale. I think it tied up the series nicely, yet could be read as a stand alone novel, too. I felt sorry for Louise as she began to fall for Jesse, yet seemed … Continue reading

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Review: For Love of Liberty by Julie Lessman

This prequel was so much fun to read! Griffin McShane and Liberty O’Shea had plenty of hard headedness between the two of them, yet were characters I couldn’t help but like. The author did a good job of creating a … Continue reading

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Review: His Frontier Christmas Family by Regina Scott

What a sweet and festive addition to the Frontier Bachelors series! This book can be read as a stand alone novel, yet ties in beautifully with the other books preceding it. It is a tale of burdens, regrets, and guilt, … Continue reading

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Review: Waiting for His Return by Carrie Turansky

Waiting for His Return was a very enjoyable novella. The characters were nicely developed and the story moved along smoothly. I felt like I got the chance to know both main characters well and hoped for things to work out … Continue reading

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Review: Too Far Down by Mary Connealy

Too Far Down was a good, solid ending to the Cimarron Legacy series. The author did include information in this story to try to catch readers up who hadn’t read the other books, but in my opinion, the other stories … Continue reading

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