Reading Wednesday | Far Side of the Sea

Far Side of the Sea by Kate Breslin is a World War I spy romance. Lieutenant Colin Mabry decodes messages from the front after being sent home with a permanent war injury. Johanna works at a dovecote for French Intelligence. When she sends Colin a message to come to France, it begins a gripping quest full of intrigue and danger.

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Reading Wednesday | Cold Terror

Cold Terror, by Susan Sleeman, is the first book in her Cold Harbor romantic suspense series. When forensic artist Hannah Perry is attacked at a remote cottage, she and her son David escape in a boat that capsizes before reaching shore. Ex-SEAL Gage Blackwell rescues the mother and child only to realize Hannah is the woman he walked out on a decade ago.

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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|Blind Betrayal

Blind Betrayal is a Christian romantic suspense novel by Nancy Mehl. U.S. Marshals Casey Sloane, Doug Howard, and E.J. Queen must escort witness Valerie Bennett from St. Louis to Washington D.C. However, their path is anything but smooth. Bombs, fake agents, and a their own interpersonal drama make for a road trip full of obstacles. In the end, they all may not even make it to D.C. alive. Continue reading

Misstep by Deborah Harper: a book review

Misstep, by Deborah Dee Harper, is a great winter tale set in a small town with an eclectic group of residents. Hugh is the pastor of the church in Road’s End. He and his wife, Melanie, are newcomers to the town. Throughout the story they face a variety of mishaps that all culminate when a blizzard traps the residents in with the bad guys. Continue reading