Sunday, July 26, 2020

Review: "Heart of a Princess" by Hannah Currie

I read and enjoyed Heart of a Royal last year, so when I heard a sequel was coming, I was excited ... until I heard it was about Princess Alina, one of my least favorite characters in the first book! But I also knew that Hannah Currie was a talented enough writer to pull off a book about an unlikable character, so I gave it a chance ...

Thursday, July 23, 2020

Review: "Louisa" by Beth Troy

After reading Lu. (my review), I couldn't wait to get my hands on the sequel, Louisa. Fortunately, I had an early reader copy on my Kindle!

Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Saturday, July 18, 2020

Read with Us 2020: Three Books by the Same Author (#1)

Happy mid-July! I just realized I never posted about our June pick for the MMD Reading Challenge. Oops! For this month, we chose to read the first of three books by the same author. And as per usual, things didn't exactly go as planned for all of us ...

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Review: "Fair as a Star" by Mimi Matthews

Mimi Matthews has become an auto-read for me. I don't even have to read the synopsis ... I just automatically know I want to read what she's written!

Monday, July 13, 2020

Saturday, July 11, 2020

Review: "Under Scottish Stars" by Carla Laureano

I'm not sure if, at least among my reading friends, I've ever seen a book be as anticipated as Carla Laureano's Under Scottish Stars! It finally released earlier this week, and I'm thinking it lived up to the hype!

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!