Hard to Put Down
Okay. Let me begin by saying that as I write this review, I find myself in a bit of a conundrum. It comes from my background of experience with author Shelley Shepard Gray’s earlier books. My experience with this author has been through her works in the genres of romance/historical/mystery&suspense mainly involving Amish and Mennonite. They have also been labeled as religious/christian/clean&wholesome. Thus, my conundrum begins. I had to separate…Continue
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The Alamo Bride is book seven in the Daughters of the Mayflower series. I’ve read all of them so far and they just keep getting better and better. I’m also learning American history in a fun way that was so dull in school. I appreciate each author’s research into the history of our country and how they incorporate it into what Kathleen Y’Barbo calls “bent history”. She uses real facts and sometimes has to bend them just a tad to fit them into her fictionalized storyline. But it does not take…Continue
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This book three in the Atlanta Justice Series was full of twists and turns. Two incidents that seem totally unrelated, or are they, bring lawyer Mia Shaw into grief, then anger and a case her firm gives her that puts her life in danger.
This can be read as a stand-alone but I highly recommend the first two also. Author and lawyer, Rachel Dylan, brings so much “to the table” with her expertise. There is lots of nail biting, heart thumping action to get the avid reader staying up late at…
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A most heartfelt thank you to Hannah Howe and the entire Mom's Favorite Reads team for including my "Soul Mate" article in their special February Valentine's Day issue!
Keith and Sue
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The Can You Find My Love? children's educational book series now has Book 8, Morning, in Spanish, La Manana. This series gives children wonderful worldly facts in which they receive a little red heart on each page to let them know they are loved.Continue
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This delightful short story is based on a true WWII romance. It tells of the relationship that develops between a wounded soldier and a home front young woman who is grieving a terrible loss while shouldering the responsibility of providing for her family.
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This was a story close to my heart in several ways. The nursing aspect (my son is an RN), WWII (my father-in-law served in the military during that time), the cancer diagnosis (I was diagnosed with cancer seven years ago), the end of life Hospice care (I went through that with my mother) and the difference in beliefs within a family.
An unusual career choice for a woman brought up in the Amish faith, Leisel attends and graduates from nursing school. She feels God has…
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“Yes, for where your treasure is, there your heart will be also,” Sheree is told in a dream in Joan Bannan’s novel, The Treasure of Granzella Ranch.
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“Our similarities might bring us together, but our differences are the secret ingredient that forms the life-long bond,” states the introduction in the gift book, Better Together: Life is Best with a Friend Like You.
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“God, I can’t see You.
Still I know You’re there.
You’re in the love I give away–
The sparkle when I care.”
Bonnie Rickner Jensen ends her children’s book, God, I Know You’re There.
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“I want justice. Do you hear me, Austin? I want this person found. Why don’t the police do something?” Willow pleads in Elizabeth Goddard’s novel, Never Let Go.
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If you want to take a “wild ride” through the raging “rapids” of a physiological thriller then this is definitely the novel for you! I’ve read and reviewed two other books by Ginny Yttrup, Home and Invisible, but Convergence was a totally different “animal”.
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