Monthly Archives: July 2016

Burnin’ For You (Susan May Warren) – Review

  Publisher’s Description He’s loved her for years . . . Smoke jumper Reuben Marshall is harboring a deep regret—a split-second decision that cost the life of his crew boss in a fire. It’s a grief that has paralyzed him, … Continue reading

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The Things We Knew (Catherine West) – Review

  Publisher’s Description After her mother’s death twelve years ago, Lynette Carlisle watched her close-knit family unravel. One by one, her four older siblings left their Nantucket home and never returned. All seem to blame their father for their mother’s … Continue reading

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Without Warning (Lynette Eason) – Review

  Publisher’s Description Katie Singleton, a partner with the Elite Guardians Protection Agency, stumbles upon her next assignment quite by accident. Spotting blue lights at a familiar restaurant, she stops to investigate, only to discover that owner Daniel Matthews has … Continue reading

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What Matters Most (Kellie Coates Gilbert) – Review

  Publisher’s description Leta Breckenridge is forced to drop out of college to care for her dementia-ridden mother. After learning a severely delinquent account may force her mother into a less desirable facility, Leta steps out of her comfort zone … Continue reading

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Jilted (Varina Denman) – Review

  Publisher’s description Lynda Turner has struggled with depression since her husband abandoned her and their young daughter fifteen years ago. Yet unexpected hope awakens when a local ex-convict shows interest. As long-hidden secrets resurface, Lynda must fight for her … Continue reading

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A Haven on Orchard Lane (Lawana Blackwell) – Review

  Publisher’s Description In difficult circumstances, Charlotte Ward, once a famed stage actress, tries to restart her career–only to experience disaster. Against her better judgment, her estranged daughter, Rosalind, comes to her mother’s rescue and moves her to a quiet … Continue reading

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Why God Allows Us To Suffer (Kevin Tewes) – Review

Publisher’s Description Why God Allows Us to Suffer provides a bold and wholly unique answer to the most vexing theological question facing Christianity. In contrast to most contemporary books on the problem of pain–which typically focus on the free will … Continue reading

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