His Guilt: an Amish fiction review and GIVEAWAY

  His Guilt by Shelley Shepard Gray Did not disappoint. When given the chance to join this book tour with Litfuse Publicity group I jumped at the chance to read an Amish Fiction book by this New York Times best selling author. But I realized quickly it was the second in a series called “The […]

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The Captains Daughter: a review

The Captains Daughter by Jenifer Delamere is an engaging and exciting start  to the “London Beginnings” series.  The Bernay sisters are a promising and dynamic trio that will lead the story in several very different directions.  As the story unfolds you read about Rosalyn Bernay and Nate Moran.  I won’t give this exciting love story […]

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When God Made You: a children’s book review

Finding a children’s book that is this beautifully written and reflectively illustrated is a rare treat.  I not only love the quality of the  product and the vivid, colorful printing;  but even more importantly the story of self-assurance, sense of self and others, and the truth that we are loved by God. This book is […]

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The Cherished Quilt: A book review

The Cherished Quilt by Amy Clipston is a story filled with family, Faith, messy relationships, and complicated people. I’ve read the others in the  Amish Heirloom Novel series and this one did not disappoint. I love that each story can run completely independent of each other and yet there’s some beautiful connections between them. I […]

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All Summer Long: Book Review

  All Summer Long by Melody Carson was a perfect summer read.  Filled with summer festivities, boat rides, and excellent food I found my reading appetite satiated with this fun story.  A simple story line with some delightful characters. Truly it was just the perfect lighthearted read I needed for the summer. I found myself […]

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A Worthy Heart: Book Review

I devoured this book. I needed a good Fiction read, and I knew it. I realized all the non fiction I had been reading was beginning to blur together in my mind. Not only did I love the story as a whole but I LOVED the characters individually. I was worried since I began the […]

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Sister Dear: Book Review

A true escape. This book was easy to pick up and get lost in. I enjoyed having it in digital format because it was not one that was hard to follow or required much extra brain power. I could pick it up for a few minutes or an hour and enjoy it equally as much. The […]

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Not By Sight: Book Review

It took me longer to read this one, but not because the book itself was not well written or intriguing. As the Summer (of reading) has progressed I found myself neck deep in books and for this one I just couldn’t justify the “pleasure reading” as often with two little ones running around.     […]

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A review of "Miracle in a Dry Season"

The summer of reading continues as I read “Miracle in A Dry Season” by Sarah Loudin Thomas. This week I’ve been at a beautiful summer camp enjoying the scenery while I read. The story takes place in Wise, West Virginia in the mid-1950s and is not only a quaint love story, but also a great […]

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A Sound Among the Trees: Book Review

Good news…. In our recent move I discovered several books that I should have read and reviewed eons ago, but they had been misplaced (that was the bad news – OOOPS). I recently reviewed “ The Miner’s Lady” and next turned to this refreshing fictional novel by Susan Meissner. If I had been told it […]

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