Friday, May 29, 2020

Review: "Grace Looks Amazing on You" by Amy Seiffert

Right now (and really always) we could use a little grace—grace for ourselves, grace for each other. And we could use a reminder of the ultimate Giver of grace. That's where the devotional Grace Looks Amazing on You comes in.

Spotlight & Excerpt: "Perfectly Imperfect" by Kara Leigh Miller

Happy Friday, friends! Today, I'm joining the blog tour for Perfectly Imperfect, a YA romance by Kara Leigh Miller. I haven't read the book yet, but I have an excerpt to share with you, and you can bet I'll be reading the book soon!

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Review: "Throw Like a Girl" by Sarah Henning

I read this book a while ago and just never got the review posted ... but there's no time like the present, as Throw Like a Girl made Modern Mrs. Darcy's Summer Reading Guide!

Monday, May 25, 2020

Review: "On a Coastal Breeze" by Suzanne Woods Fisher

I love series that focus on families, especially when they combine romance with family drama. Suzanne Woods Fisher's Three Sisters Island series does just that!

Saturday, May 23, 2020

Review: "Starfish Pier" by Irene Hannon

Now that Hallmark and Netflix are both into the "turn romance book series into TV shows" game, I'm thinking one of them needs to turn the Hope Harbor series into a show! I know I would love to connect with these characters on a weekly basis 🙂

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Eight Reasons I Love ... Libby

Today's Top Ten Tuesday was a bit of a head-scratcher for me at first. "Top Ten Reasons I Love ..." I always have trouble with those open-ended prompts! I finally decided to write about my fairly new-found love for Libby, the app I use to check out audiobooks and ebooks from my library. But I only came up with eight :-)

Monday, May 18, 2020

Review: "Rakes and Roses" by Josi S. Kilpack

I have recently become quite enamored with Shadow Mountain Publishing's "Proper Romance" line. (See my thoughts on all the Proper Romances I've read here.) So when the opportunity to read and review another one came up, I didn't hesitate!

Thursday, May 14, 2020

Review: "Blackmoore" by Julianne Donaldson

After devouring Julianne Donaldson's Edenbrooke and Heir to Edenbrooke in little more than a day, I was so pleased to find her second novel, Blackmoore, available through my library. It turned out to be another unputdownable read!

Sunday, May 10, 2020

Review: "Stay with Me" by Becky Wade

Each year, I eagerly anticipate Becky Wade's new release. And each year, I'm not disappointed. Stay with Me, the first novel in Wade's new Misty River Romance series, is just as wonderful as—and a lot more thought provoking than—I'd anticipated.

Friday, May 8, 2020

Review: "The Wait Will Not Be Wasted" by Lauren Lianne

This year, I decided I wanted to read more nonfiction ... but I'm pretty picky about nonfiction, as I don't want to get bored! It definitely needs to be something that will either be enjoyable (like a celebrity memoir) or applicable to where I am in life. So when an invitation to review The Wait Will Not Be Wasted, written by a thirty-something single woman, landed in my inbox, I took a chance ... because I am also a thirty-something single woman 🙂

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Review: "Heir to Edenbrooke" by Julianne Donaldson

When I heard about Heir to Edenbrooke, I wasn't sure what to think. Did we really need a retelling of part of Edenbrooke from Philip's perspective?

The answer is yes, we did.

Monday, May 4, 2020

Review: "Before I Called You Mine" by Nicole Deese

A couple months ago, I started seeing buzz about Nicole Deese's Before I Called You Mine. Some of the bloggers and bookstagrammers I follow were even calling it the best book they've read so far this year. Naturally, I was intrigued ... and now that I've read the novel, I understand the buzz!