Reading Wednesday | Thief of Corinth

I don’t usually read Biblical fiction, but when I had the option to choose a book about a woman thief living in the first century AD, I was intrigued. The Thief of Corinth was written by Tessa Afshar, a seminarian from Yale who grew up in the middle east. I believe this background truly brings the story to life.  Continue reading

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Reading Wednesday | The House on Saltwater Point

The House on Saltwater Point was my first introduction to author Colleen Coble. A romantic suspense, The House on Saltwater Point threw together two people on a quest for the truth, even if that truth meant being at odds with one another.
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Reading Wednesday | The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond

I loved The House on Foster Hill, so when I learned that Jaime Jo Wright was coming out with a second book, I jumped at the chance to read it. The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond is a page-turning tale that mixes history, suspense, and romance. Written in the same style as The House on Foster Hill, it follows two women who, though living in separate centuries, have their lives woven together by an obituary and two tent revivalists. Continue reading

Reading Wednesday | Love Inherited

A romance awaits in the highlands of Scotland. China MacLeish and Duncan Sinclair, Laird of Fionnloch, each suffer heartbreak as their unfaithful partners leave them. When China, currently a resident of Chicago, learns of an inheritance left to her by an unknown uncle, she travels to Fionnloch, which begins a series of events that may heal many a broken heart. Continue reading

Reading Wednesday|Lone Witness

In Lone Witness by Rachel Dylan, prosecutor Sophie Dawson witnesses a shooting at a local convenience store. The suspect turns out to be the brother of a local gang boss, who is determined to use any means necessary to keep his brother out of jail. This includes threatening to eliminate the star witness. Continue reading