Hannah Anderson is a MK (missionary kid) from Papua New Guinea. While on furlough from the missionary field, she visits her extremely fashion-forward and materialistic cousin and family. Vanessa’s life is vastly different from Hannah’s; she lives in a huge house and shops places Hannah has never even heard of, like Prada, Gucci, and Armani. Wanting to connect with her…
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Riveting Historical Romantic Suspense
Dark Road Home (Edge of Freedom #2) by Elizabeth Ludwig (Bethany House - 2013)
First let me say you have to read the first book in this series, No Safe Harbor. This book continues on with the same plot of hatred between the two warring Irish political groups in America, this time focusing on Cara Hamilton’s brother, Eoghan Hamilton and Ana Kavanagh a friend of Cara’s. Both Eoghan and…Continue
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GHOST OF JOHANNA/ EL FANTASMA de JOHANNA
An AWARD WINNING Dual Language Novel (English/Spanish) NOW AVAILABLE!…
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An emotionally gripping suspenseful tale!
OK, so what got me interested in reading this book was the title. I just loved it! I then read the summary of the story and it sounded really good so I decided to try it. And I was right, it was very good!
This book grabbed my emotions in ways I can't even explain. The author takes…Continue
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Date Published: February, 26 2011
Publisher: Ingalls Publishing Group, Inc
Author: Susan F. Craft
Genre: Christian Fiction, Historical Romance
Book Source: Book was…
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It's great to connect with you here. I'm looking forward to learning about you and sharing about myself as an author and speaker. I’ve enjoyed working in Christian ministry for nearly 20 years.
I have a first in a…Continue
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No synopsis of this book is necessary. I cannot do it justice. The concept of a small child in the hands of a pedophile is almost more than I can comprehend,…Continue
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Art by: Lori Siebert
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
“Show me the man you honor, and I will show you what kind of a man you are, for it shows me what your ideal of manhood is, and what kind of man you long to be.” Thomas Carlyle is quoted in You’re One Amazing Grandpa, with artwork by Lori Siebert.
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Enter the world of mail-order brides with four…Continue
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The Mercy Seat was a good story of redemption and the importance of not letting yourself stray emotionally in marriage by getting close to someone who is not your spouse. I liked the pacing of the story and how realistic the author was regarding temptation and the characters' emotions. I also loved the way she tied Sophia's emotional problems to her adoptive mother's…
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I’ve never read a “cozy” mystery before, and I’m supposing Irregardless of Murder is one such book. I could be wrong, though. The word “cozy” does seem to describe the feel of this novel. I was delighted with the story and characters.
In Irregardless of Murder, Marguerite LeBow had been murdered in the copy room at the public library, and Amelia Prentice is the…
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Much More Than A Summer Romance Novel (5 Stars)
Be sure to watch the trailer at the end of this review as…Continue
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After a final (and major) blow up fight, Magdala’s parents have announced that they are separating, and it looks as if they’re even on their way to a divorce. Maggie is crushed, and begins to question what she always thought was certain. Were her parents no longer good Christians? Did they not think their marriage - and family - was worth fighting for anymore? She thinks…
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Ruth has a dark secret. She’s a cutter, and if anyone saw the scars she tries so desperately to hide, it would disrupt her entire life. Not that it’s that great of a life, anyway. Her mom is completely emotionally absent, stuck in a cloud of meds , and her dad takes out his anger in cruel words directed towards Ruth and her brother. Her life may be a mess, but at least she…
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This week I want to use this space to tell you about some upcoming festivals that I’ll be attending. Of course I will be signing, and selling copies of my two novels, Guardian Spirit, and The Color of My Heart at these events.
This Saturday, July 20th, I will be at “Farmer’s Day in China Grove.” This is a huge event. The streets of China Grove are packed with vendors peddling their wares and people, people, people. Check out their website at:…Continue
Added by Sarah Martin Byrd on July 15, 2013 at 11:43am — No Comments
"Dear Amy, You might want to take a trip to Hope Beach. There is more to Ben’s death than you realize. Your brother had secrets – secrets that led to his death. Hypocrisy is one of the worst sins a man can commit. I hate to say it, but he deserved what happened to him.” The threatening email states in Colleen Coble’s tome, Rosemary Cottage.
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Added by connywithay on July 14, 2013 at 6:03pm — No Comments
Secrets, Romance, Adventure and Westward Expansion!
It's been awhile since the last wagon train story I read, kind of got tired of fluffy stories with no more trouble than a rainstorm. Prairie Song was far from it! The characters have real lives and real problems. Accidents happen, illness, and arguing between different families. There are trials and joys,…Continue
Date Published: February 5, 2013
Publisher: New Hope Publishers…Continue
Added by wanda barefoot on July 13, 2013 at 8:26pm — No Comments
“I’ve pursued lots of things all my life. The normal things, you know. Love, mostly, but also fame, recognition, and while I’ve been chasing after them, the Hound of Heaven’s been chasing after me. It’s a strange sort of dog, always at my heels, but just in front of me too, snatching things away from me. He’s everywhere at once,” Elizabeth confides in Amanda Barber’s novel, The Pursuit of Elizabeth Millhouse.
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Added by connywithay on July 13, 2013 at 4:58pm — No Comments
These are words that Amy Maxwell really needs to believe and embrace with her entire heart. She has almost been able to receive the truth of these words, but her past is holding her captive. Rather than believe…Continue
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