Pretending to Wed by Melissa Jagears

Pretending to Wed by Melissa Jagears

Things never go according to plan. We can make all the plans in the world, but many of them never work out because God has something else in mind. We also were never meant to go through this life alone, thats why God gives us people to share this live with. To be...

To Love a Prince by Rachel Hauck

To Love a Prince by Rachel Hauck

More than just a romance I have been a fan of Rachel Hauck’s for years. If you have read my previous blog reviews for her books, you know I adore her writing. She blends the natural with the supernatural so wonderfully that you might miss it, until the end of the...

The Crushing Depths by Dani Pettrey

The Crushing Depths by Dani Pettrey

The Crushing Depths I enjoy a good crime drama, whether in a book or on television. The mystery, the journey to discovery, the startled amazement at “who-done-it”—I can’t get enough. So when this book and it’s predecessor The Killing Tide, came across my email, there...

The Masterpiece by Francine Rivers

An author's prayer, when they release a book into the world, is that the story invokes emotions in some way. That the reader closes the back cover, and feels something. Contentment, joy, anger, warm fuzzies, what ever it may be, they want you to feel it right to the...

Lake Season by Denise Hunter

God has a way of working things out Have you ever felt like the world was crashing in on you and you couldn't see God's light in the tunnel? Well that was Molly's life in Lake Season. She knew God was with her, even when he parents were taken from her and her sibling...

Now and Then and Always by Melissa Tagg

"He is in the hallways of your life" I can proudly say that I have read every single one of Melissa Tagg's books and not once have I been disappointed. She draws you into each character's life to a point that hone they hurt, you hurt just a bit. I guess you can say...

Blessing Bentley by Chautona Havig

First comes marriage, then comes love?Blessing Bentley is an interesting take on the institute of marriage set in the genre of fiction. I found many of the ideas thought provoking and the characters where hysterical at times. (Man-azon, that is all I will say.) When...

Risking Love by Toni Shiloh

Love is worth the risk. This is the second book I have read by Toni Shiloh and I can not rave enough about it. Risking Love is an easy read that takes you through the healing process of a young woman who was hurt by someone she trusted. The people around her tried all...

Lulu’s Café by T.I. Lowe

Lulu's Café is an emotional roller coaster but is worth the ride. This is not my first time reading Lulu's Café. I just didn't understand the importance of a review at the time. So when I saw it on the tour schedule, I was quick to sign up. This was worth reading a...

Sweet on You by Becky Wade

Love this sweet is worth waiting for. Every Becky Wade fan has been nail-bitingly waiting for this final book in the Bradofrd Sisters collection and it was worth waiting for Sweet On You is full of all the right thrills to make any romance addict swoon. A too tough...

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