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Review: Wooing Cadie McCaffrey by Bethany Turner

In this fun, yet heartfelt story, Cadie McCaffrey battled disappointment that came from unmet expectations, guilt, and the loss of a relationship that she thought was going to end in a happily-ever-after marriage. I could easily see this movie playing … Continue reading

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Review: The King’s Mercy by Lori Benton

The King’s Mercy was an epic tale that truly made me feel as if I had stepped back in time. I loved the flashbacks in the first portion of the book that allowed me to glimpse the battle and what … Continue reading

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Review: Snowed in with the Single Dad by Melinda Curtis

Snowed in with the Single Dad is the second book in the Mountain Monroes series. Although, the story’s overall setting might make more sense to readers who have also read book one, I believe the author did a good job … Continue reading

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Review: A Reluctant Bride by Jody Hedlund

A Reluctant Bride was a beautiful novel and a wonderful start to a new series. The author wrote a story that truly captured the main character’s despiration. She felt that she had no choice but to join the women on … Continue reading

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Review: Longing for Forever by Debra Clopton

Oh, this book was such a wonderful romance and a great beginning to a new series! I loved learning about Adam and Rosie’s backstories. It helped me understand what both of them had dealt with over the years. And it … Continue reading

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Review: Gloved Heart by Charlotte Brentwood

Gloved Heart explored the emotional and physical repercussions of rape, and raised the question of whether the main character would ever be able to move past this traumatic event. The book opened up with a very general flashback of the … Continue reading

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Review: The Governess of Penwythe Hall by Sarah E. Ladd

The Governess of Penwythe Hall was such a beautifully written novel! I was captivated right away with the plight of the orphaned children and the way they were received by their uncle at Penwythe Hall. This story contained a fascinating … Continue reading

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Review: Only Her Heart by Lyn Cote

Only Her Heart was such a good story! This contemporary romance paired two people who were very different from each other, yet it worked! I loved Annie’s heart and the way she cared about Jack, even when he was clueless … Continue reading

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Review: Heart of a Cowboy by Debra Clopton

Heart of a Cowboy was a sweet, romantic story of two people who were determined not to fall in love and begin a relationship! I loved the immediate attraction that both Kurt and Mandy felt toward each other. Yet, even … Continue reading

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Review: Hearts in Harmony by Beth Wiseman

This was a really neat story! Although both Mary and Levi questioned the reasoning behind the Amish not allowing musical pursuits, that wasn’t the heart of the book. It was fun, however, to see the role music played in bringing … Continue reading

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