Tag Archives: time-split
The Love Letter is a beautifully penned tale of life, love, faith, pain, and redemption. Although a tale of two love stories, set hundreds of years apart, it reads a bit as a tale of three stories. There is the … Continue reading →
Don’t miss Rachel Hauck’s FB LIVE Party June 19th to celebrate the release of The Love Letter. Fun and prizes start at 8:00 EST.
The Hidden Side is a powerful, grab you by the heart, kind of story. In actuality, it is two stories as it is a time-split novel, and both storylines are equally compelling. This was not an emotionally easy novel for … Continue reading →
Admittedly, The Lost Castle was a bit of a slow start for me. There were three timelines of stories being told and I had to get used to jumping between time periods. However, once I fell into the rhythm of … Continue reading →
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 →