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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Overcoming Fear

I have been pleasantly surprised and encouraged by this latest book I read.  I was not familiar with the author but the book title convinced me to give it a try.  After reading it, I would say that the title could be improved even further, cutting out the “Overcoming Fear” and just leaving what is […]

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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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Sons of Blackbird Mountain

Sons of Blackbird Mountain by Joanne Bischof is the latest book I’ve received from the Thomas Nelson and Zondervan Fiction Guild.  They have been sending me several books recently, so the next couple of Wednesdays will be highlighting Fiction Guild releases.

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Redeeming Love

Perhaps one of the most-loved pieces of Christian fiction, especially of the romance genre, Redeeming Love has been recommended to me over and over again.  I finally read it last month and wanted to share my thoughts with you all! The story is a loose parallel to the biblical account of Hosea, except it is set during […]

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Through the Eyes of a Lion

Through the Eyes of a Lion by Levi Lusko I’ve been loosely following the Lusko family since the unexpected death of their daughter Lenya five years ago, and ever since I heard about the release of Through the Eyes of a Lion, I knew I wanted to read it.  I got myself the audio version (that is […]

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Together Forever

Together Forever by Jody Hedlund is the second book in the Orphan Train series, the sequel to With You Always, which you can find my review of here.  While I suppose this book could work as a stand-alone, it will make more sense if you read book 1 to get background on the characters: who they are […]

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