Like Flames in the Night

I’m back on the blog today trying to continue my streak of book reviews. 🙂 Today I’ll be sharing about Connilyn Cossette’s latest book, Like Flames in the Night.

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The Runaway Bride

This second book in the Bride Ships series by Jody Hedlund works well as a stand-alone; there was a slight tie-in to the previous book, but it took me a while to notice it.  This light-hearted story had deep characters, which I thought was a well-done combo.

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The Spice King

This latest series starter by Elizabeth Camden kept me enchanted. I love how Camden always picks such a unique yet important point of history to set her story around.

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Until the Mountains Fall

All right, I’m back today with my review of a book by an author who has quickly become one of my favorites.  Right off the bat with her debut novel in 2016, she drew me into her world of biblical fiction, a genre I had previously not generally liked.  I’ve read every book of hers […]

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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.

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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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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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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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Searching for You

Searching for You by Jody Hedlund is the third book in Hedlund’s “Orphan Train” series.  In this series, Hedlund takes an interesting perspective on this historical phenomena, following the perspectives of three German immigrant sisters and how their lives in America were all touched by the orphan trains of the Children’s Aid Society.

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