The Governess of Penwythe Hall: Fiction Review

This book captivated me from the first page and this held true through the entire story. It was exciting, unpredictable, and I found myself highly invested in the characters. Sarah Ladd did a fantastic job of developing Cordelia as a leading lady. As she felt afraid or confused, when she experienced grief and budding romance […]

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When You Are Near: 5 star fiction review

We set off on an adventure in my folks “Minnie Winnie” that took us to the gorgeous Whidbey Island. Some cold mornings but sun shone most days. Layers, sunglasses, late nights around the campfire, way too much eating and thankfully a lot of reading. I took along Tracie Peterson’s When You are Near and I am […]

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Far Side of the Sea: Fiction Review

Far Side of the Sea by Kate Breslin went everywhere with me! I couldn’t put it down. Whether at the dining table with the kiddos, the doctor’s office waiting for my physical therapy appointment, or the wee hours of the morning in bed… It only took a couple of days to finish, but it was my […]

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The Curse of Misty Wayfair: an unexpected mystery

The Curse of Misty Wayfair written by Jamie Jo Wright is a fictional mystery with added elements of faith; but is unlike what I typically select to read. Ghosts, insane asylums, curses… just not the themes I am usually drawn to. The cover alone is a very unique design for me to select. However, I knew […]

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