Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Review: "Crystal Witness" by Kathy Tyers

I'm not normally one for reading science fiction, but after loving Ronie Kendig's Brand of Light last year, I've been more inclined to give it a chance. So when Crystal Witness came along, I decided to read it. It turned out to be a good choice!

Friday, July 3, 2020

Review + Giveaway: "Once Upon an Irish Summer" by Lisa T. Bergren

When I was first getting into adult Christian fiction (as opposed to series like Grandma's Attic and the Mandie books), Lisa T. Bergren was one of the first authors I discovered. Her books in the Palisades line (anyone remember those?) were some of my favorites. Over the years, I've picked up her books here and there, but it's been a very long time since I've read one of her novels. So when the opportunity to read and review Once Upon An Irish Summer came along, I couldn't resist!

Monday, June 29, 2020

Review: "The Woman in the Green Dress" by Tea Cooper

This cover 😍😍😍 Doesn't it just scream, "Read me!" Fortunately, the story inside is just as wonderful as the cover!

Friday, June 26, 2020

Review: "Stories that Bind Us" by Susie Finkbeiner

In recent years, I've heard a lot about Susie Finkbeiner's writing. I didn't know much about it ... except that it wasn't as romance-focused as I generally like my books to be! But her new book, Stories that Bind Us, captured me with the cover, and I knew I needed to give it a shot.

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Review: "The Summer House" by Lauren K. Denton

If you like Southern fiction, then Lauren K. Denton is the author for you! The Summer House is the second of her novels that I've read, and it evokes such a sweet charm that you just want to immerse yourself in the story. And, maybe it will make you want to visit Safe Harbor in person, even if you're not quite the appropriate age 🙂

Friday, June 19, 2020

Review: "Lies, Love, and Breakfast at Tiffany's" by Julie Wright

You've probably noticed I've been on a Proper Romances kick lately. I didn't realize, though, that these romances aren't solely Regencies ... there are some contemporary ones, too! I found Lies, Love, and Breakfast at Tiffany's while browsing Libby, and I was intrigued ...