Monthly Archives: January 2016

Cold Shot (Dani Pettrey) – Review

  Finley climbed in her car and shut the door before swallowing a handful of deep, unsteady breaths. Declan had been shot.  Griffin had been with him.  What if Declan didn’t pull through?  What if Griffin had been the one … Continue reading

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Q & A with Candace Calvert

It’s nearly release time!  If you missed my review of Step by Step then you can read it here, but take my word for it: it’s a great read.  In fact, I’ve sent it straight to the pool room. Today … Continue reading

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Joshua’s Mission (Vannetta Chapman) – Review

  Publisher’s Overview Joshua’s Mission is a new standalone novel in the Plain and Simple Miracles collection from popular author Vannetta Chapman. These stories of love and family and Amish community in Oklahoma tell of the miracles that can happen … Continue reading

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Messy Grace (Caleb Kaltenbach) – Review

Paul said that while we were still sinners, God extended an offer of relationship toward us! We need to express that same kind of love – a love that doesn’t wait for people to be perfect or get everything in … Continue reading

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Far and Near (Amanda G. Stevens) – Review

Publisher’s Overview Home is not easy to find. Marcus, Lee, Austin, and Violet are starting over. Texas is supposed to be their sanctuary. But the Constabulary isn’t ready to relinquish their worst offenders, legal jurisdiction or not. They’ve sent agents … Continue reading

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Austen in Austin (Four Novellas) – Review

  “Kathryn!” The brisk shaking of her shoulder proved she’d finally fallen asleep.  “Jane. Stop. I’m awake.  What is it?” “You must get ready.” It took her a moment to rise and dress.  Her cousin’s devoted assistance roused her suspicions. … Continue reading

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Curio (Evangeline Denmark) – Review

  Publisher’s Overview Grey Haward has always detested the Chemists, the magicians-come-scientists who rule her small western town. But she has always followed the rules, taking the potion the Chemists ration out that helps the town’s people survive. A potion … Continue reading

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Something To Which I Aspire…

Have you ever wondered how an author would describe you if you were a character in a book?  I’m not sure it would be entirely flattering in my case, but today I found a description I dearly wish was true … Continue reading

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Undaunted Hope (Jody Hedlund) – Review

“God sure has a sense of humor,” she said with a half smile.  “I’ve always tried to stay as far away as possible from lighthouses, and here I am the acting lightkeeper.” Gunnar smiled, and the crooked tilt of it … Continue reading

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A Season to Love (Nicole Deese) – Review

I flicked the light on in Weston’s kitchen.  He ate with Georgia and Nan most nights, so the few coffee mugs in the sink and practically bare pantry didn’t surprise me.  But the neon-yellow flyer on his fridge did. LENOX … Continue reading

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