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.

No Way Up, by Mary Connealy

  If you’ve ever read a book by Mary Connealy then you know this lady’s humor is strewn throughout every novel she pens, and No Way Up is no exception. It is laced with odd-ball comments and hilarious narrative. Along with plenty of LOL moments, No Way Up is chalked full of mystery, romance, and …

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50 Fantastic Books Coming this Summer!

I am pleased to present the first seasonal book release list for the blog! We have novellas and novels written by newbies and seasoned writers, including indie authors. From settings in ancient times to the modern day, literature at its best, and all coming to you this summer. Links are inserted for purchasing books and also for …

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