More Than Words Can Say

I finally, actually, had time to read a book this week! 🙂 So I’m back with a book review of a cute, historical fiction novel releasing this June from Karen Witemeyer. Advertisements

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Summer by the Tides

Summer by the Tides by Denise Hunter is the latest novel by a favorite author of mine.

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A Reluctant Bride

I’m back with another book review this week! Today, I’m sharing my review of Jody Hedlund’s A Reluctant Bride, the first novel in a new historical fiction series about bride ships!

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In the Shadow of the Croft Tower

Well, I haven’t had a post about a book in a while, because the books I’ve been reading don’t release until June, so I’ve been scheduling my reviews of them out closer to the release date. But, I recently got another book in the mail from the Fiction Guild, so I thought I’d share it […]

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Sweet on You

I was so excited when I saw that this book was available to read and review; I have been checking pretty much every week and it finally was released to the advanced readers, and I read it over the weekend! Becky Wade has been a long-time favorite author of mine; I loved her writings since […]

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The Sky Above Us

The Sky Above Us by Sarah Sundin is the second book in a new series by this fantastic author.  Somehow I missed the first book in this series, but this book worked fine as a stand-alone.

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Who I Am with You

Who I Am with You by Robin Lee Hatcher is the first book in the new Legacy of Faith series, and the most recent book I’ve been sent from the Thomas Nelson and Zondervan Fiction Guild.  I read it in a day.

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The Warrior Maiden

Today’s post is a guest book review by my sister! The Warrior Maiden was written by Melanie Dickerson.  It was published in 2019 with HarperCollins Publishing.  This enrapturing new installment in Melanie Dickerson’s fairy tale romance collection explores the story of Mulan!

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A Desperate Hope

A Desperate Hope by Elizabeth Camden is the third book in the Empire State series.  I love reading Camden’s works because she always has the most unique plots that teach you about forgotten pieces of history as they entertain you.

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