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  • Tears of the Sea

    26 November 2014 ( #Book Reviews )

    "Tears of the Sea" is the latest tale by MaryLu Tyndall, which she self-published. This book is a little different than those that she has previously written, but still just as dramatic and with the usual pirate and ships flair. Instead of a historical...

  • Love Unexpected

    03 December 2014 ( #Book Reviews )

    "Love Unexpected" is the latest novel by Jody Hedlund, who recently captivated me with "Rebellious Heart". "Love Unexpected" is the first book in her new series, "Beacons of Hope", which is published by Bethany House. Emma Chambers has nothing except...

  • The Princess Spy

    29 October 2014 ( #Book Reviews )

    "The Princess Spy" is the latest stand-alone novel by Melanie Dickerson and published by Thomas Nelson. Margaretha, daughter of a duke of Hagenheim Castle, is a romantic at heart, chatterbox, and currently interested in Lord Claybrook. Her brothers tease...

  • Beyond All Dreams

    07 January 2015 ( #Book Reviews )

    "Beyond All Dreams" is the latest stand-alone novel by Elizabeth Camden, which is published by Bethany House and will be released on December 30, 2014. Anna O'Brien would love nothing more than to simply be able to stay tucked away in the map room of...

  • Old Fashioned

    10 December 2014 ( #Book Reviews )

    "Old Fashioned" by Rene Gutteridge is the novel form of the movie by the same name, the movie being set to release Valentine's Day 2015. "Old Fashioned" is published by Tyndale House, as is its nonfiction companion, "The Old Fashioned Way." Clay Walsh...

  • The Old Fashioned Way: Reclaiming the Lost Art of Romance

    17 December 2014 ( #Book Reviews )

    "The Old Fashioned Way: Reclaiming the Lost Art of Romance" is by Ginger Kolbaba, and based off of the screenplay of the movie "Old Fashioned" (set to release on Valentine's Day 2015) by Rik Swartzwelder. This book is a nonfiction, devotional type companion...

  • Top 10 Favorite Books of 2014

    31 December 2014 ( #Book Reviews )

    1. "Rebellious Heart" by Jody Hedlund. This was the first book that I had read by this author, but the drama, characters, and setting of the turmoil around the American Revolution was superb; it was an especially sweet surprise to read in the back of...

  • Top 5 Books I'm Looking Forward to in 2015

    01 January 2015 ( #Book Reviews )

    1. "A Love Like Ours" by Becky Wade. 2. "Married 'Til Monday" by Denise Hunter 3. *Title and Cover Yet to Be Released* by Bo Burnette 4. "Surprised by Love" by Julie Lessman (Yes, this was released in 2014, but I haven't read it yet.) 5. "Undercover Bride"...

  • The Secret of Pembrooke Park

    24 December 2014 ( #Book Reviews )

    "The Secret of Pembrooke Park" by Julie Klassen is published by Bethany House. It is a stand-alone novel, and I found it had a different feel than her other works. I don't know exactly how to put it; her other works are more historical, while this had...

  • The Dandelion Field

    04 February 2015 ( #Book Reviews )

    "The Dandelion Field" by Kathryn Springer is published by Zondervan. This is my first book from this author, but several authors that I enjoy recommend her, so I thought I'd try this out. I'll admit this was pretty low in my stack of books to read, so...

  • A November Bride

    04 March 2015 ( #Book Reviews )

    "A November Bride" by Beth Vogt was published by Zondervan as a part of the "Year of Weddings" novella series. This seemed just fine to me as a stand-alone; my only problem was that I thought this was a full novel because I didn't pay attention when I...

  • A Brush with Love

    18 March 2015 ( #Book Reviews )

    "A Brush with Love" by Rachel Hauck is the second book in the "Year of Weddings" novella series, which is published by Zondervan. Ginger Winters is a talented hairstylist (whoop-whoop, I like her already) who had a difficult childhood. She is very self-conscious...

  • How to Catch a Prince

    18 February 2015 ( #Book Reviews )

    "How to Catch a Prince" by Rachel Hauck is the third book in the "Royal Weddings" series, the first being "Once Upon a Prince ", and the second "Princess Ever After ". I liked this book the best out of them all so far, and it ties with "The Dandelion...

  • A Most Inconvenient Marriage

    01 April 2015 ( #Book Reviews )

    "A Most Inconvenient Marriage" is written by Regina Jennings. It is the first book in the "Ozark Mountain Romance" series. This book took me a little while to get into; the plot is complicated at first, and the characters' relationships were a little...

  • Brentwood's Ward

    15 April 2015 ( #Book Reviews )

    "Brentwood's Ward" by Michelle Griep is a stand alone novel, and my first my this author. "Brentwood's Ward" was the top book the Amazon recommended for me for several weeks, plus it came recommended by a favorite author of mine. Thus, I decided to look...

  • Bonus Review: An Uncertain Choice

    11 March 2015 ( #Book Reviews )

    "An Uncertain Choice" by Jody Hedlund is published by Zondervan. This stand-alone book has a prequel novella called "The Vow", which is not necessary for the understanding of this book, although I think it would help. Even though I just recently discovered...

  • Bonus Review: Dauntless

    25 March 2015 ( #Book Reviews )

    Dauntless is the first of the Valiant Hearts series. It was released by Bethany House Publishers in 2015. It is authored by Dina L. Sleiman. Timothy Grey is the youngest of nine children born to the Baron of Greyham. So it is only natural that he would...

  • Bonus Review: Fairy Tale Romance Collection by Melanie Dickerson

    08 April 2015 ( #Book Reviews )

    The first book in the Fairy Tale Romance Collection is the book The Healer’s Apprentice. In this book, a twist of Sleeping Beauty, Rose falls in love with Lord Hamlin, the duke’s son. The message of this book, I would say, is about being independent but...

  • The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest

    29 April 2015 ( #Book Reviews )

    "The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest" is the latest novel by Melanie Dickerson. I was so excited for this twist on "Swan Lake" and "The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood" to release! I love how Melanie Dickerson weaves spiritual themes into adaptations of famous...

  • Married 'til Monday

    13 May 2015 ( #Book Reviews )

    "Married 'til Monday" is the fourth book in the "Chapel Springs Romance" series written by Denise Hunter and published by Thomas Nelson. I have really loved this series! Each sibling has their own quirks, but each is so loveable. Ryan McKinley married...

  • Bonhoeffer Student Edition

    23 July 2015

    "Bonhoeffer Student Edition" by Eric Metaxas was a wonderful introduction to the life and times of Dietrich Bonhoeffer in Germany during the beginnings of World War II. I have heard a lot of good about Bonhoeffer and was becoming interested in studying...

  • Bonus 4th Of July Review and Interview: Denver and the Doolittle Raid

    03 July 2015

    "Denver and the Doolittle Raid" is the debut book by author Bo Burnette. It is a non-fiction yet easy read that is published by Tabbystone Press. I would recommend it to all audiences. The book outlines the life of Denver Truelove, a Georgia boy who joined...

  • Hearts Made Whole

    20 August 2015

    "Hearts Made Whole" by Jody Hedlund is the second book in the "Beacons of Hope" series about women lighthouse keepers in the era following the Civil War. It keeps some of the same characters from the first book, using the brother of the heroine from book...

  • A Worthy Pursuit

    02 September 2015

    "A Worthy Pursuit" by Karen Witemeyer is a stand alone book and the latest release by the author through Bethany House. I have really enjoyed this author in the past because of her creative characters and plots with a setting of the wild west and her...

  • Escape to Paradise Trilogy

    17 September 2015

    "Escape to Paradise Trilogy" by MaryLu Tyndall is a collection of three books, "Forsaken Dreams", "Elusive Hope", and "Abandoned Memories". This was published by Shiloh Run Press on May 1st, 2015. I've previously reviewed two out of three of these books,...

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