Ladies of Intrigue: Fiction Review

I love historical fiction, but I am not usually drawn to short vignette or novella type stories. I also prefer a good old fashioned series that has like 100 books in it so I can really grow attached to the characters and get invested in their lives. Ladies of Intrigue by Michelle Griep does not […]

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The Seamstress: 5 star review

It is rare that I am captivated from the very first page, but I was. It is also rare that I am this invested in a story, but I was. With a fast paced life filled with lots of little boys, so many commitments, and a list of things I want or should do that […]

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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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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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Minding the Light: fiction review

It’s not often that I utilize a digital book. I just prefer to have the book in my hands. That being said, after reading Phoebe’s Light the first in the Nantucket Legacy and so thoroughly enjoying it I just couldn’t say no when the format offered to me was digital. Read my review of Phoebe’s […]

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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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Phoebe’s Light: Quaker Fiction Review & a recipe

Suzanne Fisher Woods is a master of story, paying considerable attention to historical accuracy and details. The tandem storylines in this book draw you in and keep you on the edge of your seat as you see how they intertwine and connect. What a precious and interesting gift Phoebe receives when she turns 18 and […]

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