Kristine morgan's Blog (15)

To Follow Her Heart

To Follow Her Heart by Rebecca DeMarino is the third and final book in the Southold Chronicles. The story loosely follows the history of the author's family as they settled Long Island in the 1600's. This novel focuses on Patience Terry and her longing to marry Jeremy Horton sea captain. I love the way Ms. DeMarino brings history to life. Her love of history is quite evident in all of the small details and I really enjoyed the recipes she included. I also enjoyed the scripture that she…


Added by kristine morgan on July 29, 2016 at 10:21am — No Comments

Review: A Carol For Kent

    Hallee Bridgeman's A Carol for Kent is a well thought out hum dinger of a murder mystery, with betrayal, love, hurt and forgiveness. Carol has hated the father of her child. His parents informed her that Bobby wanted nothing to do with her or their child, Lisa. Nothing could be farther from the truth!Now Bobby is back in town determined to get to know his daughter.…


Added by kristine morgan on June 14, 2015 at 9:30pm — No Comments

A review of Katie Ganshert's A Broken Kind Of Beautiful

                Ivy Clark is 24 and her professional life is over. She has been a fashion model since she was 14,and is basically a shell of a woman. Abandoned by her father, used by her uncle, an agent, and desired by men, Ivy has no idea what love is.


                      Davis Knight former fashion photographer and Ivy’s step cousin works as a church maintenance man ever since the accident. G-d has…


Added by kristine morgan on March 18, 2014 at 9:01pm — No Comments

Review of Sarah Ladd's Headmistress of Rosemere

I really enjoyed The Headmistress of Rosemere. It is a very enging tale of G-d's faithfulness. Patience Crieghten's father has recently died leaving her mother prostrate with grief. Her brother Rawden departed for London 6 months ago and no one has heard from him since. Now Patience a 25 year old spinster is running her families girl school and believes that this is G-d's will for her life.

William Sterling the owner of Rosemere and also nearby Eastmore, has made his…


Added by kristine morgan on January 18, 2014 at 10:24pm — No Comments

the Quilted Heart by Mona Hodgson

You loved Prairie Song by Mona Hodgson...Now read how these folks came to form the Boon's Lick Wagon Train. Previously published as three ebooks, The Quilted Heart is now available in print for the first time. Meet the ladies that stayed behind as well as the folks who decide to seek their fortune in the west. There is happiness and sorrow, as the women in these books move through the seasons of their lives.

I really enjoyed getting to know the characters from Prairie Song better. I…


Added by kristine morgan on January 17, 2014 at 11:07pm — No Comments

The Governess of Highland Hall

Any fans of Upstairs Downstairs, or Downton Abbey will love The Governess of Highland Hall. Carrie Turansky has created a very believable cast of characters.

The Governess of Highland Hall takes place during the time when the Victorian life was changing, lines were blurred as to ones place in society. Who could speak to whom? Servants were no longer unseen. The aristocracy was no longer the absolute authority.

Julia Foster, recently a missionary in India, has returned to England…


Added by kristine morgan on January 1, 2014 at 8:53pm — No Comments

Review of Hallee Bridgeman's A Melody For James

I loved A Melody For James. Hallee did and excellent job of building the suspense throughout the book, and has a surprising ending. She has done a wonderful job of building Romance , loss, suspense and friendship. A Melody for James will keep you up late reading, so plan to read this book when you have the time to devote to it. 

James is recovering from the brutal murder of his wife , Angela, and the loss of the breakthrough she had just made, but not shared. Melody is…


Added by kristine morgan on December 25, 2013 at 9:16pm — No Comments

Review of Redeeming Reputation by George McVey

I am a great fan of Al Lacy's Journey of the Stranger and I must say I enjoyed George Mcvey's Redeeming Reputation every bit as much as Lacy's books.I think that Nathen Ryder is a hero in the best tradition of the western novel...He will either lead you to Christ or help you along your way to Hell with the help of his quick draw.

Added by kristine morgan on September 29, 2013 at 8:35pm — No Comments

Review of Take a Chance On Me by Susan May Warren

After growing up in foster homes all Ivy wants is to belong. She is sure that she has found that place when she accepts a job as assistant county attorney in the small Village of Deep Haven MN. The village is small and everyone knows everyone, but she doesn't count on the fact that she will be prosecuting neighbors and friends. Also a case from her past surfaces involving her new friends. Does she stay true to her job ethics or side with her friends? To complicate things even further,…


Added by kristine morgan on September 29, 2013 at 8:32pm — No Comments

Review of Gabriel, The war In Heaven by Ellen Gunderson Traylor

Ellen Gunderson Traylor has done a wonderful job of describing how events may have occurred in Heaven. I enjoyed her vivid description of various angels and their roles. I really look forward to the next installment of her War in Heaven series. I hesitate to say more, because Ellen says it so much better. Just read this book as a might have been...not gospel.…


Added by kristine morgan on September 29, 2013 at 8:30pm — No Comments

Review of Rebellious Heart by Jody Hedlund

Ben Ross has spent his life trying to better himself. Born the son of an uneducated farmer, he has become a lawyer. He desires to marry the sister of his fellow classmate Elbridge Quincy, not because he loves her or even enjoys her company. He wants to marry her to gain social status. But Ben is being harassed by Lt Wolfe of the British occupying forces.

Susanna Smith has been wealthy all her life. She is cousin to Elbridge and Hannah, but her social standing is…


Added by kristine morgan on September 29, 2013 at 8:28pm — No Comments

Review of In Plain Sight by Marlayne Giron

I wish there was a sequel to this book. I loved the characters of Rebecca and Seth. When I first heard of an Amish story with crop circles and aliens, I thought well this can't work. But I was presently surprised by Marlayne Giron's story. She did a wonderful job of making the story plausible. I look forward to reading more books by Marlayne. Her story evoked many emotions and I have to admit at times I needed a kleenex. So do yourself a favor and settle in for a good read.

Added by kristine morgan on September 29, 2013 at 8:26pm — No Comments

Review of Dani Pettrey's Stranded

Stranded, the third book in Dani Pettrey's Alaskan Courage series reunites Darcy St. James with the McKenna family of Yancy Alaska. Do yourself a favor and don't start reading Stranded until you have a few hours of free won't want to put it down!

Darcy is an…


Added by kristine morgan on September 6, 2013 at 9:56am — No Comments

Review of Hallee Bridgeman's Topaz Heat

Sarah, the youngest sister in Hallee Bridgman's Jewels trilogy, is a spoiled young woman. A nurse in the OB ward of a large Boston Hospital, Sarah is happy. she cannot remember her abusive life before age 9. her sisters were not so fortunate.

Derrick, a product of the streets of Boston, was rescued by Sarah's brother-in-law Tony. Tony educated and trained Derrick to be the fine, Christian man he is now. But all Sarah can see is the hoodlum he was. Derrick adores Sarah,…


Added by kristine morgan on August 30, 2013 at 11:19pm — No Comments

Review of Hallee Bridgeman's Emerald fire

I really enjoyed reading Emerald fire. It was a little confusing in the beginning with multiple times, but once I got into the book I thought it was good. Emerald Fire continues the story of three sisters that began in Sapphire Ice and Greater Than Rubies. Robin and Tony are happily married, but Tony's friend Barry is having marital troubles, and even worse has begun to doubt G-d.

Maxine the middle sister cannot trust men. After the first few dates, when a man…


Added by kristine morgan on August 27, 2013 at 9:39pm — No Comments

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