Category Archive: book review

The Inspiration Behind A Beauty So Rare

Last week I brought you an excerpt of the new novel I am reviewing, A Beauty So Rare. I actually finished reading it this weekend (could not put it down on Saturday!) and wanted to share a video on the inspiration behind the novel.

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The Tyrant’s Daughter #Review

The Tyrant’s Daughter written by J.C. Carleson, a former CIA officer, follows the account of a royal Middle Eastern family exiled to the American suburbs. The Story When 15 year old, Laila’s father is killed she flees from the war torn middle east to a life of anonymity in the U.S. Gradually she begins to […]

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It Had to Be You by Susan Warren #Review

It Had to Be You written by Susan Warren follows the story of Eden Christiansen. She was a young, passionate but quiet young woman trying to make her place in the world. She places herself in the role of her younger brother Owen’s cheerleader and babysitter. Looking after her reckless younger brother and his NHL […]

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Sinners’ Garden by William Sirls #review

Hope, love and forgiveness. Finding God in all the quiet and small places. This powerful novel, The Sinners’ Garden has it all. The Sinners’ Garden is set in the small township of Benning. Andy Kemp is one of the main characters of this novel. His life has been centered around the scars that mar his […]

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Friend Me: Thrilling First Novel By John Faubion

Friend Me is a suspenseful thriller that will have you turning the pages right through the night unable to put it down! A troubled marriage, an online virtual friend company and an unstable employee in that virtual friend company produces a thrilling book that gave me the goosebumps and had me up late at night […]

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