Oh, what a tease.
Oh, what a tease.
If you are looking for a chair gripping, page turning, time consuming suspense that will break your heart while bringing you joy, The Gray Chamber by Grace Hitchcock is the book for you.
The walls crumbled but the love still remained. The Painted Castle is a thought provoking and engaging adventure that left me riveted to my chair, longing to know what was around the corner. As I finished the final line of the book, I found a happy peace knowing that the author wrapped up this series in the most beautiful bow…. Read More
“In spite of…” I have only read one other book of a Jaime Jo Wright’s (The House on Foster Hill) and I rather enjoyed it. I mean, five star worthy, though I will say my reviewing skills have definatly gotten better. Any way, The Curse of Misty Wayfair only added to my ever growing love for her talants and my… Read More
Will slow and steady win her heart? Like any rescue person knows, you have to take things slow in order to soften the animal that needed rescuing. It takes time for them to warm up to you and not be skittish when there is a loud noise. Humans can be just as unsure when they are hurt and misused. The… Read More
Fear can be debilitating. Where do I begin to convey all the little bits of eye-opening moments I discovered in The Memory House? From a simple comment about praying mama’s in the beginning to a character’s “come to Jesus” moment near the end, I was hit with pieces of reflection worthy phrases that became underlined words. I want to be… Read More
Strong women inhabit these light houses I typically do not pick up collections like The Great Lakes Light House Brides, but when I saw that all the stories took place in my home state of Michigan, I grabbed it up quick. When I saw town names like Saginaw, Mackinaw, Manistee, and White Fish Point I was hit with flash backs… Read More