Book Review: Hope for Tomorrow by Michelle De Bruin

Hope for Tomorrow is a lovely story set against a quaint country backdrop with ideal romance-genre tension. Logan and Karen serve where God has called them while resisting the attraction between them. Why should a handsome young minister and eligible teacher ward off romance? Well, since Karen’s preacher father misused his position and betrayed his …

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Review: Such a Hope by Sandra Kraak

I thoroughly enjoyed Sondra's portrayal of historic Seattle, and also the way she communicates Biblical values in this book.

Review: A Match of Sorts by Lucette Nel

A Match of Sorts is a refreshing romance with a small-town feel. Caleb and Grace (who is portrayed with such authenticity it is easy to believe she is indeed a female bounty hunter) find their way to friendship and, eventually, love as each struggle to overcome past hurts and risk their hearts in future hopes. Mixed …

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Review: The Widow’s Captive

The Widow's Captive is a wonderful, historic/western with undertones of family loyalty, love through hardship, and the blessings of new beginnings with an edgy Christmas theme.