Check out this cook book. The author teaches the Essential Techniques of Authentic Chinese Cuisine! …Continue
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In Julie Klassen’s latest novel, The Painter’s Daughter, Sophie Dupont hides her own artistic talents behind the scenes of her father’s portrait studio. A wealthy gentleman and visiting artist, Wesley Overtree, compliments Sophie’s beauty and abilities, gaining her affections and virtue. When the consequences of their time together becomes apparent, Wesley has already left for an opportunity in Italy and Sophie faces an uncertain life with the prospect of a forthcoming child. …Continue
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Wilde about this story!
Oh gosh! Just when I think Mary Connealy can't possibly come up with a better story, she goes right ahead and does just that. She definitely did with Now And Forever! I've been looking forward to the story of Shannon Wilde and Matthew Tucker for months, I even checked out Amazon and…Continue
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This story made my Day...
As a classic movie fan I've really enjoyed the references and nods to the Golden Age of Hollywood in Janice Thompson's recent books. But I must confess that Every Girl Gets Confused is just a little extra special. Every chapter title and the quotes that headed each chapter, plus the…Continue
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“In these pages I want to remind you of who you are in Christ and who you can be with your kids,” Lisa Pennington writes in the introduction of her book, Mama Needs a Do-Over: Simple Steps to Turning a Hard Day Around.
Complete review: …Continue
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“The basic concept of Cheap Chic for both men and women is to have a few clothes that make you feel good rather than a closet full of mismatched fashions,” Catherine Milinaire and Carol Troy write in the introduction of their book, Cheap Chic.
Complete review: …Continue
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CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO READ ABOUT MELODY CARLSON'S NEW BOOK, TV and MOVIE Novelization!…Continue
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“This 365-day devotional will help you release your worries to God and discover the peace that only He can give,” the back jacket states in Cheri Cowell’s book, 365 Devotions for Peace.
Complete review: …Continue
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DO. NOT. MISS. VENDETTA.
I've been looking forward to reading Vendetta for months. I got hooked on Lisa Harris's writing with her Southern Crimes series so I was pretty excited when I heard that she was starting a new series. It so did NOT disappoint!…Continue
Added by Jasmine Augustine on November 25, 2015 at 8:19pm — No Comments
Suspense and romance in Last Frontier!
Once again Margaret Daley has penned a tale of nail-biting suspense and I think The Protector's Mission might just be my favorite book so far in Alaskan Search And…Continue
Added by Jasmine Augustine on November 25, 2015 at 8:16pm — No Comments
Head down Route 66...
I've never been big on Christmas books, but when I saw the adorable kitty on the front of Melody Carlson's The Christmas Cat last year, I just knew I had to read it. This year I was excited to find The Christmas Joy Ride. Both the zany…Continue
Added by Jasmine Augustine on November 25, 2015 at 8:09pm — No Comments
Don't miss Holly Anna's latest adventure!
OK, it totally happened again. Random Acts Of Deceit is now my favorite Christy Barritt book. It happens every time, each one I read is my new favorite. I very quickly fell into Holly Anna Paladin's world of danger and intrigue. So quickly that I read it in a single…Continue
Added by Jasmine Augustine on November 25, 2015 at 8:02pm — No Comments
Two talented authors, one great story!
I've been a fan of Leslie Gould and Mindy Starns Clark since I read their Amish stories, I've read their books together and separately, and I've really enjoyed them. As you can imagine I was thrilled when I received their latest book, My…Continue
Added by Jasmine Augustine on November 25, 2015 at 7:56pm — No Comments
Accomplished author, Colleen Coble releases two novellas in All Is Calm, All Is Bright, returning her readers to Bluebird Ranch and Hope Beach to further build upon two beloved series. “All Is Calm” focuses on the story of Lauren Everman and Brendan Waddell, two souls who find security and hope at the Bluebird Ranch. After being injured, Brendan’s future in the Special Ops is left in question. However, his skills at sniffing out the truth come in handy when Lauren arrives amid…Continue
Added by Brittany at BooksandBiscuitsBlog on November 24, 2015 at 7:26am — No Comments
“Would you like to sit on my fine bed before I go?” the man is asked in Lauri Fortino’s children’s book, The Peddler’s Bed.'I
Complete review: https://connywithay.wordpress.com/2015/11/23/the-peddlers-bed/
Added by connywithay on November 23, 2015 at 11:48pm — No Comments
Rick Lawrence has provided us with an excellent guide to having “Skin in the Game.” The “game” is our lives—our feelings and thoughts about ourselves; our ability to confront our fears and embrace the risks; our calling on and waiting for Jesus when hope appears to be lost. I especially appreciated the list of ideas for personal reflection and/or group discussion at the end of each chapter. Anyone can benefit from spending time in this book. I loved being able to pick it up and spend a half…Continue
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