Tag Archives: Leslie Gould

Weekend Book Buzz – 30 Sept/1 Oct 2017

Yikes! The end of September? Where is this year going?! Has the change of season made it to where you are? We’re well and truly into Spring in my part of Australia and I have to say, it’s pretty sweet. … Continue reading

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Weekend Book Buzz – 24/25 June 2017

Well, I said things would be back to normal around here this week, and boy have I hit the ground running! There are so many wonderful bookish things to be buzzing about, and some fabulous bookish things I’m getting ready … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday – My Reading Wishlist

It’s Top Ten Tuesday, and today’s topic from the girls at The Broke and the Bookish is Ten Things on Our Reading Wishlist. My list today will be generally referring to things I’d like to see more of in Christian fiction, … Continue reading

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My Sister’s Prayer (Mindy Starns Clark & Leslie Gould) – Review

  Publisher’s Description Virginia, 1705 Celeste Talbot is usually such a sensible young woman—until she falls for an English soldier reassigned to the Colonies. Leaving her Huguenot family behind, she sets sail for America, only to realize that her younger … Continue reading

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Amish Sweethearts (Leslie Gould) – Review

  “Don’t you get tired of always doing the right thing?” “No,” Lila answered.  “I don’t.”  She snapped the dish towel toward him and then hung it over the back of a chair to dry.  Turning toward the lamp, she … Continue reading

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My Brother’s Crown (Mindy Starns Clark & Leslie Gould) – Review

This book essentially contains two stories: one set in the present day (narrated in the first person), and one set in France in 1685 (narrated in the third person). In the present, Renee Talbot’s family have had the sole surviving … Continue reading

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