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I really enjoyed reading A Widow’s Hope. Hannah King and Jacob Schrock struggled with different things in their lives. Hannah was burdened with fears relating to her child’s health, the need to control the situations around her, guilt and worry. … Continue reading →
Light of Dawn was a great conclusion to this dystopian series! I enjoyed reconnecting with these characters again and seeing how they had continued to adapt to the new reality that they all lived in. This story had many situations … Continue reading →
Let’s give a warm welcome to Vannetta Chapman today! Vannetta is here to share some quotes with us that go along nicely with her newest release…AND…she is graciously giving away one copy of Raging Storm to one commenter. Thanks so … Continue reading →
Raging Storm is book two in the Remnant Series. I definitely recommend reading book one, Deep Shadows, as it sets up the devastating situation that these characters find themselves in and gives a lot of good background information that helps … Continue reading →
by Beth Wiseman, Amy Clipston, Kathleen Fuller, & Vannetta Chapman If you are a fan of Amish fiction, An Amish Harvest is a collection of novellas that you won’t want to miss! I really enjoyed these stories. Each and every … Continue reading →
In case you missed my review on Suspense Sisters: Deep Shadows was such an interesting story. Set in a small town in Texas, life quickly changed from normal to disastrous early on in the book. The major disastrous event and … Continue reading →
Congratulations to naturefairy for winning the copy of Deep Shadows by Vannetta Chapman!