The Homeward Journey: Fiction Review

I have so enjoyed the books in the series by Misty M. Beller! I found the stories to be intriguing and engaging, so much so that I barely put them down. There’s nothing too complex about them and yet I find the characters believable and the stories enjoyable. I think it’s the setting and the […]

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In the Shadow of Croft Towers: book review

In the Shadow of Croft Towers  a debut Gothic fiction novel by Abigail Wilson was not only captivating but thrilling at every turn. The mystery and suspense started from the first pages as did an incredible anomaly of trust. The main character Sybil finds herself, in the first third of the book, as a secret […]

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The Light Before Day: Historical Fiction Review and GIVEAWAY

I’m not sure when I have so thoroughly enjoyed a trilogy! Not only is The Light Before Day, the third book in the “Nantuckett Legacy” series, a wonderful historical tale; but it is so relevant today. Suzanne Woods Fisher tackles important themes like segregation, integrity in journalism, valuing women and minorities, and what living out faith […]

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An Hour Unspent: a FIVE star review

  This historical fiction series by Roseanna M. White is phenomenal and I am so glad I stumbled upon it. When the book hit my mailbox I had no idea it was the third in the series so I set immediately to reading the first two. A Name Unknown and A Song Unheard are the […]

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The Courageous Journey: a book review

This Courageous Journey is engaging, interesting, and while true to the historical fiction style I love, it also had a fresh and different tone to it. Misty M. Beller has written the Heart of the Mountains series, and while I haven’t read the first three books I thoroughly enjoyed this one on it’s own and […]

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Always Enough, Never Too Much: Devotional Review

I can’t tell you how many times I have felt like I was not enough or simply too much. What an interesting juxtaposition of two opposing feelings. Whether it was standards and expectations of the world or my own internal ones, there are countless times were one of those sentiments has crept in and whispered […]

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Homespun: Amish Non-fiction Review

As a lover of Amish fiction I really wasn’t sure how Homespun would go over. It’s a compilation of essays, “Amish and Mennonite women in their own words. ” But not only did I find it a delightful read but a constant companion during a very crazy, intense season of life. It really could not have been […]

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A Rumored Fortune: Christian Fiction book review

As a second book by Joanna Davidson Politano , A Rumored Fortune is a total treasure! I also had the pleasure of reading Lady Jayne Disappears which was Politano’s first novel and was an award winning debut and I highly recommend it. I would anticipate this novel will do just as well since I was equally captivating and […]

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Firestorm: book review

I escaped to spend a little time at the beach last week finishing Firestorm by Laura V. Hilton. Ran to our local Post Office and then hit the beach. A cool Pacific Northwest morning with my coffee, slippers, and the sand. Delightful. I really enjoyed the book and I’ll tell you why. I also much […]

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The Heart’s Appeal: review and Starbucks GIVEAWAY

The Heart’s Appeal by Jennifer Delamere is the second in the “London Beginnings” series and while I loved The Captain’s Daughter (read more here) this book is even better. Some of my favorite things about this new installment are the same as the factors that made me love the first. Delamere entwines the history and fiction so beautifully, […]

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