The Pirate Bride

The Pirate Bride by Kathleen Y’Barbo is part of a unique new series being published by Barbour Publishing Group.  In this series, each book is written by a different author and takes us through American history.  The first book starts with the Mayflower, and the last book (at least the last announced one, there may […]

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A Daring Venture

A Daring Venture by Elizabeth Camden is the second book in the Empire State series, following A Dangerous Legacy, which you can find my review of here. This book follows the story of Nicholas Drake, brother of the heroine of book one.  

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Unbreakable

Unbreakable by Sara Ella is the third book in the Unblemished book series (following book 1, Unblemished, and book 2, Unraveling).  This is a YA trilogy that garners praise from fellow YA Christian fantasy authors, Mary Weber and Krista McGee, who remark that Unblemished is “a breathtaking fantasy” (Weber) and that “Unblemished had me from the first chapter.” (McGee)  Library […]

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A Light on the Hill

This week’s featured book is Connilyn Cossette‘s A Light on the Hill.  It’s the first book in a new biblical fiction series by the author of the Out from Egypt series.

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Guest Post: Bo Burnette

Today’s post is from another friend of mine! I’m kind of turning Thursdays into guest post days, if you haven’t noticed from the past couple of weeks! If you missed any, you can check out the previous guest posts here, here, and here.

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The Weaver’s Daughter

As promised last Wednesday, today I’m back to give you some information on the other book I received from the Thomas Nelson and Zondervan Fiction Guild last month.  This week’s book is The Weaver’s Daughter by Sarah E. Ladd.

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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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The Lost Castle

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 […]

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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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