Category Archives: Transformational Fiction

First Line Friday – 28 July 2017 – My Hope Next Door (Tammy L. Gray)

Since today’s First Line Friday post is very much a last-minute affair for me, I’m going to take advantage of the very recently announced RITA Awards and share with you the first line from Tammy L. Gray’s book My Hope Next … Continue reading

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What Hope Remembers (Johnnie Alexander) – Review

~ About the Book ~ When Amy Somers loses her job as a lobbyist, she moves to Misty Willow, well aware that she’s crossing bridges she’d burned years before. With all the mistakes she’s made and the uncaring things she’s … Continue reading

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Author Interview with Varina Denman

It’s my pleasure to welcome Varina Denman to the blog today to chat about her new book, Looking Glass Lies. If you’d like to read my review of this book, you’ll find that here. As you may have gathered, I like … Continue reading

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Reclaimed (Jennifer Rodewald) – Review

~ About the Book ~ God takes broken things and makes them beautiful again. He reclaims our desolate places. Suzanna Wilton has had a heavy share of heartache in her twenty-seven years. Left wounded by a marriage cut short, she … Continue reading

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Maybe It’s You (Candace Calvert) – Review

Publisher’s Description: ER nurse Sloane Ferrell escaped her risky past—new name, zip code, job, and a fresh start. She’s finally safe, if she avoids a paper trail and doesn’t let people get too close. Like the hospital’s too-smooth marketing man … Continue reading

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Red Rose Bouquet (Jennifer Rodewald) – Review

Publisher’s Description: Cheryl Thompson learned over a decade ago to guard her shattered heart with a veil of cold indifference. Life since that day has been an endless cycle of detachment and loneliness, followed by superficial relationships. Break up, rinse, … Continue reading

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The Thorn Healer (Pepper Basham) – Review

  Publisher’s Description: Jessica Ross’ scars run much deeper than the wounds of a world at war. Determined to escape the ghosts of her past and the German influence on her nightmares, she returns home to the sleepy Appalachian town … Continue reading

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