Dusk’s Darkest Shores is the first in the “Regency Wallflowers” series by Carolyn Miller. And that is great news, I cannot wait for the rest in the series as I am severely invested now! I was immediately pulled into the story. The truth is I can never resist a self-sufficient, independent character like Mary. Place […]
A Dark Beauty: a fantastical retelling
A riveting, retelling of the traditional “Beauty and the Beast” fairytale. It’s been awhile since I was this taken with a story. Both traditional and fresh all at once.
Something Worth Doing : a Suffragist story
Something Worth Doing by Jane Kirkpatrick is a novel of an early Suffragist. I needed the story. Not only do I relate, but Abigail Scott the main character, has hope in a time where there is little reason to hope. I’m longing and searching for that same hope. Her calling and giftings, her work ethic, […]
Love and a Little White Lie – a surprising review
Tammy L. G ray the author of Love and Little White Lie is new to me. She wrote this novel at the point where she thought she was finished writing. She had written 10 other stories and believed that there was no more story left inside of her, but as she says the story just […]