The Beloved Hope Chest: book review

The Beloved Hope Chest is An Amish Heirloom Novel by Amy Clipston and the fourth in the series. It does not disappoint. Clipston is one of my favorite Amish Fiction writers and this book is no exception. As a culmination in the series this book does an excellent job of tying together clues we’ve been given throughout the […]

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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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