Bonus Review: Fairy Tale Romance Collection by Melanie Dickerson

    The first book in the Fairy Tale Romance Collection is the book The Healer’s Apprentice.  In this book, a twist of Sleeping Beauty, Rose falls in love with Lord Hamlin, the duke’s son.  The message of this book, I would say, is about being independent but courteous.  I enjoyed this book, and would […]

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A Most Inconvenient Marriage

  “A Most Inconvenient Marriage” is written by Regina Jennings.  It is the first book in the “Ozark Mountain Romance” series. This book took me a little while to get into; the plot is complicated at first, and the characters’ relationships were a little hard to figure out, but once you get a little ways in, it […]

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Bonus Review: Dauntless

    Dauntless is the first of the Valiant Hearts series.  It was released by Bethany House Publishers in 2015.  It is authored by Dina L. Sleiman.   Timothy Grey is the youngest of nine children born to the Baron of Greyham.  So it is only natural that he would want to rise up and make his mark on […]

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A Brush with Love

    “A Brush with Love” by Rachel Hauck is the second book in the “Year of Weddings” novella series, which is published by Zondervan. Ginger Winters is a talented hairstylist (whoop-whoop, I like her already) who had a difficult childhood.  She is very self-conscious of scars from a fire that she was in as a […]

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Bonus Review: An Uncertain Choice

    “An Uncertain Choice” by Jody Hedlund is published by Zondervan.  This stand-alone book has a prequel novella called “The Vow”, which is not necessary for the understanding of this book, although I think it would help.    Even though I just recently discovered Jody Hedlund’s writing, I have quickly fallen in love with it and […]

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A November Bride

  “A November Bride” by Beth Vogt was published by Zondervan as a part of the “Year of Weddings” novella series.  This seemed just fine to me as a stand-alone; my only problem was that I thought this was a full novel because I didn’t pay attention when I picked it, so it went by […]

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How to Catch a Prince

  “How to Catch a Prince” by Rachel Hauck is the third book in the “Royal Weddings” series, the first being “Once Upon a Prince“, and the second “Princess Ever After“.  I liked this book the best out of them all so far, and it ties with “The Dandelion Field” for my favorite book of 2015 […]

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The Dandelion Field

“The Dandelion Field” by Kathryn Springer is published by Zondervan.  This is my first book from this author, but several authors that I enjoy recommend her, so I thought I’d try this out.  I’ll admit this was pretty low in my stack of books to read, so I procrastinated and skimmed through the beginning.  Then, somewhere in chapter […]

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Little Men

I have recently finished reading “Little Men” by Louisa May Alcott.  It is the sequel to “Little Women”.  Because the plot is still tied to Jo March Bhaer, I recommend reading “Little Women” first, or at least familiarize yourself with the plot by watching the movie by the same name.  Both books are wonderfully charming, but each in […]

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