Category Archive: book review

Only Enchanting by Mary Balogh #review

Love and romance in the most unusual places. Will their love be able to make it despite their own fears, mistrust and pain? About the Book The Survivors’ Club: Six men and one woman who were all wounded in the Napoleonic Wars. Their friendship was forged during their recovery at Penderris Hall in Cornwall. In […]

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Becoming Bea by Leslie Gould #review

Will a childhood rivalry slowly turn to romance? Or will our two main characters fracture their relationship beyond repair? About Becoming Bea Beatrice Zook knows God wants her to learn patience towards others. When assisting a family overwhelmed by triplets is quite successful for her, her confidence in dealing with others grows. One person that […]

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Too Loved to be Lost by Debora M. Coty #review

Too Loved to be Lost is full of simple steps we can all take each day to refresh and heal our mind, body and faith. About Too Loved to be Lost In Too Loved to be Lost you will find simple, practical steps for the healing and refreshment of the spirit, body and faith. Whether […]

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Bad Grrlz’ Guide to Reality by Pat Murphy #review

Two novels collide in Bad Grrlz’ Guide to Reality to bring you Wild Angel and Adventures in Time and Space with Max Merriwell. Both novels tie into each other but are both very unique in their own way. About Bad Grrlz’ Guide to Reality One novel is set in the hills of the Old West […]

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The Hardest Peace #review & #giveaway

An incredible life changing story of one woman’s journey through cancer and how it has changed her as a woman, a wife, a mother and as a daughter of God. About The Hardest Peace The Hardest Peace is the story of Kara Tippetts, a young mother battling cancer who invites readers to embrace grace in […]

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