I Declare War: Four Keys to Winning the Battle with Yourself by Levi Lusko
Wow, wow, wow.
I can’t even begin to explain this book. It’s complex, it’s simple, it’s humorous, it’s serious. It’s raw and real and honest. Levi strips away the masks we like to hide behind, and gets down to business. I smiled and laughed at some of his personal stories; they drew me in and I couldn’t put this book down.
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Shelter of the Most High by Connilyn Cossette is the second book in the “Cities of Refuge” series. I haven’t always been a fan of biblical fiction, but this series and the author’s previous series have been absolutely incredible. (Each book can work as a stand-alone but the characters do carry over.)
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The Lost Castle by Kristy Cambron was not what I had expected when I started it, but it was wonderful. I had not looked into what the story was about, or even read the back of the cover, so I did not realize that it was a split-time story. Now, if you’ve followed me for a little while you may know that I am NOT a fan of multiple time periods in one book. I think they’re confusing and jump around too much, not giving you adequate time to get to know the characters in each time period. So I groaned aloud when I caught on that this book didn’t just have two different time periods to keep up with, it had three.
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Falling for You by Becky Wade is the second book in her “Bradford Sisters Romance” series, following True to You. Falling for You works just fine as a stand-alone, however if you want some bonus background information on the characters, be aware that the heroine is the sister of the heroine in True to You and the hero is best friends with the hero from Becky Wade’s “Porter Family” series book 4, Her One and Only.
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