Start with Me by Kara Isaac follows Lacey O’Connor and Victor Carlisle as they navigate the turbulent waters of a corporate restructuring. If having their professional lives uprooted isn’t challenge enough, their personal lives weave a snare that could cost them what they value… Continue Reading “Book Review | Start With Me”
A Gilded Lady by Elizabeth Camden is book two in her Hope and Glory series. We met Caroline Delacroix in the first book, The Spice King, when her brother came under suspicion of being a traitor. Now, with another brother in a Cuban prison,… Continue Reading “Book Review | A Gilded Lady”
The time is during the Civil War and the place is the Washington Arsenal in Washington, D.C. In A Single Spark by Judith Miller, Clara McBride is helping provide for her and her mother while also helping the North’s war effort. Meanwhile, Lieutenant Joseph… Continue Reading “Book Review | A Single Spark”
I love Westerns and At Love’s Command by Karen Witemeyer is my new favorite. Mercenary cowboy, female doctor, hostage rescue. Doesn’t get much better!
Stay with Me, the first book in Becky Wade‘s Misty River Romance series, is a sweet romance that wrestles the topics of trauma, addiction, and secrets. Sam Turner, who readers meet in Take a Chance on Me, prefers his solitude, but when he discovers… Continue Reading “Book Review | Stay with Me”
Take a Chance on Me is the prequel novella for Becky Wade‘s new Misty River Romance series. Penelope Quinn is Misty River’s resident pie extraordinaire and doting, if inexperienced, aunt to baby Madeline. Eli Price is an Air Force pilot who fell for Penelope… Continue Reading “Book Review | Take a Chance on Me”
Blacksmith Brides is anthology of four novellas revolving around blacksmiths from various times in history and the women with whom they fall in love. Authors Pegg Thomas, Amanda Barratt, Angela K. Couch, and Jennifer Uhlarik combine to bring us this wonderful collection of romantic… Continue Reading “Book Review | Blacksmith Brides”
I have heard Jen Turano puts a healthy dose of humor in her books, but that knowledge didn’t prepare me for how lightheartedly entertaining reading Storing up Trouble would be! From quirky characters to tongue-in-cheek dialogue, Storing up Trouble had every type of humor… Continue Reading “Book Review | Storing Up Trouble”
When the world gets crazy, I find myself gravitating toward simple, clean romance stories. Like Her Hidden Hope by Jill Lynn, published by Love Inspired. In this fourth story of Jill Lynn’s Colorado Grooms series, we follow Evan Hawke and Addie Ricci as they… Continue Reading “Book Review | Her Hidden Hope”
You need to read A Mosaic of Wings by Kimberly Duffy. Yes, it’s fiction. Yes, it’s historical. Yes, it’s Christian. You should still read it. And here’s why….