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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Murder at the Flamingo

Murder at the Flamingo is Rachel McMillan’s debut novel, so congratulations to her! The Thomas Nelson and Zondervan Fiction Guild sent me this title recently and the cover immediately caught my eye.  It’s cute and quirky this cover is while still portraying that it’s a murder mystery set during the 1930s! It’s one that definitely piques your […]

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Happy World Book Day!

In honor of World Book Day being today, April 23rd, I wanted to share with you all some of my all-time favorite books.  For the sake of time, I will just be posting about books that aren’t as well known (as opposed to classics like Pride and Prejudice and Little Women or Anne of Green Gables, which obviously […]

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Road Trippin’

I love road trips, particularly ones where I don’t have to drive, because it gives me time to look out the window and daydream.  I love imagining what the landscape would have looked like before it was settled by humans, back when the animals would run wild and the plants grew wherever they wanted to. […]

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The Realms Beyond

The Realms Beyond by Bo Burnette is the second book in The Reinhold Chronicles series, following about a year after the events of The Fiery Arrow.   I would definitely recommend reading these in order and not as stand alones, because the story picks up following the life of the same character, Arliss, and her journey […]

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A Dangerous Legacy

A Dangerous Legacy is the latest novel from Elizabeth Camden.  As of now it is a stand-alone, but a sequel is on its way. One thing I love about Camden’s novels is the unique perspective on historical details that she centers on in each novel.  For instance, in A Dangerous Legacy Camden weaves in details about […]

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