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 Piper’s Pursuit

Welcome back to the blog! Today I’m sharing my sister’s review of Melanie Dickerson’s latest novel, The Piper’s Pursuit.

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The Land Beneath Us

Sarah Sundin’s final novel in the “Sunrise at Normandy” trilogy ties up the stories of the Paxton brothers during WWII–one by plane, one by sea, one by land, each fighting for freedom.

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Cilka’s Journey

This was a hard book to read and even harder to formulate a response/review on.  The sequel to The Tattooist of Auschwitz, Cilka’s Journey also deals with some very heavy themes.  While there is hope throughout the novel, I was nauseous during the majority of reading it, imagining what it must have been like.  I think […]

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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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The Noble Guardian

I’ve read another book earlier in this series, Brentwood’s Ward, but didn’t read the second book in this series for some reason.  The Noble Guardian still worked as an (almost) stand-alone.

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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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Becoming Mrs. Lewis

This 400 page book is a beauty! I recently received it from the Thomas Nelson and Zondervan Fiction Guild and have been admiring it’s cover and black and white maps on the first and last pages of the book.  I know we’re not meant to judge a book from it’s cover, but this cover is […]

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