Book Review | Almost a Bride

Almost a Bride is the fourth book and final book in Jody Hedlund‘s Bride Ships series. Kate Millington arrives in Cariboo, British Columbia intending to get married. Only, she can’t go through with it. Fortunately, her brother’s childhood best friend appears as a buffer between her and her angry now-ex-fiance. But Zeke Hart can’t recall how he knows Kate. He only sees a beautiful woman in distress and must step in to help her.

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Book Review | Vying for the Viscount

Vying for the Viscount is Kristi Ann Hunter‘s latest regency novel and first in her new Hearts on the Heath series. Hudson Stildon grew up in India, his parents hiding him from his greedy uncle. When Hudson inherits his grandfather’s title and land, he leaves his Indian home and travels to England for the first time in his life.

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Book Review | Love and a Little White Lie

Love and a Little White Lie by Tammy L. Gray is a contemporary Christian romance. While a light sweet romance is fun to read, a full contemporary Christian romance is not my usual fare. So why did I love this book? Because it’s not your typical contemporary Christian romance.

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Book Review | Minutes to Die

I’m a big fan of Susan Sleeman‘s books, but Minutes to Die, the second book in her Homeland Heroes series, might be her best one yet. Impossible to put down and filled with incredible detail, it follows the RED Team as they attempt to stop a deadly attack before the anniversary of 9/11.

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Book Review | Accidental Target

Accidental Target is the debut novel by Theresa Hall. Allison Moore is looking forward to her vacation, especially the chance to meet her new niece. But when she’s run off the icy road, her plans derail just as quickly.

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Book Review | A Life Once Dreamed

Travel back to the Dakota Territory in A Life Once Dreamed by Rachel Fordham. 1880 frontier life was not for the timid, but Agnes Pratt fought her way into the hearts and lives of Penance anyway, only to have her past catch up to her when the new doctor comes to town.

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