Tag Archives: women’s fiction

Review: Things I Never Told You by Beth K. Vogt

This book took me on a deep, powerful, and sometimes emotionally difficult to read journey. Things I Never Told you tells the story of a family who was torn apart by tragedy. And even before that, things were not as … Continue reading

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Audio Book Review: The Heart Between Us by Lindsay Harrel

The Heart Between Us was packed with depth and emotion! I ended up with both a paperback copy and an audio copy. I listened to most of the book on audio and then finished out the last eighteen chapters by … Continue reading

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Review: Finding Evergreen by Jennifer Rodewald

Oh my goodness! What an emotional journey of discovery this novel took me on! I generally do not cry when I read books. I can think of maybe three stories that have made me tear up…ever. Well, now there are … Continue reading

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Review: Freedom’s Ring by Heidi Chiavaroli

I enjoyed this dual timeline story so much! Even days after finishing it, I still find myself thinking of the characters! I loved the way the author connected the past and present stories together. Both were equally interesting to me. … Continue reading

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Review: Life After by Katie Ganshert

Life After was absolutely compelling! I loved the way the author opened up the story with the prologue. It gave the reader a peek into the events of the fateful day involving the fictional event that the story was woven … Continue reading

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Review: The Wedding Chapel by Rachel Hauck

This emotional story takes the reader on a journey that spans decades. I find myself reaching for the word “saga” to define the multi-generational novel that is The Wedding Chapel. The story is told from the perspectives of four different … Continue reading

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