Category: Writing Spot

Book Review | Alaskan Rescue

Alaskan Rescue by Terri Reed is the first book in the Love Inspired Suspense continuity series Alaskan K-9 Unit. I love LIS K-9 stories because the dogs take such an active role and are part of the happily ever after that is a hallmark… Continue Reading “Book Review | Alaskan Rescue”

First Line Friday | The Indebted Earl

Welcome to First Line Friday! Today I’m featuring The Indebted Earl by Erica Vetsch.

Book Review | Destined for You

Destined for You is the first book in Tracie Peterson‘s new historical romance series Ladies of the Lake. Set on the shores of Lake Superior, one of my favorite settings, I knew I had to give this book a read.

Book Review | Framed in Death Valley

Do you ever pick a book based on title alone? Knowing Framed in Death Valley by Dana Mentink took place in, well, Death Valley, I was immediately curious. The story turned out to be pleasantly unique, with a bad boy hero and a pregnant… Continue Reading “Book Review | Framed in Death Valley”

First Line Friday | Present Danger

Welcome to First Line Friday! Today we’re looking at Present Danger by Elizabeth Goddard.

Book Review | Present Danger

Present Danger by Elizabeth Goddard is the first book in her new Rocky Mountain Courage series. U.S. Forest Service Special Agent Terra Conners is asked to help investigate a murder that occurred on forest land, which requires partnering with her ex-boyfriend, Former FBI Special… Continue Reading “Book Review | Present Danger”

Happy Easter

Dear Reader Friends, wishing you a wonderful Resurrection Sunday!

Book Review | Hers for the Summer

Hers for the Summer is the fourth and final book in Jill Kemerer‘s Wyoming Sweethearts series. What a fun book! Jill Kemerer is quickly becoming one of my favorite Love Inspired authors.

Spotlight | The Indebted Earl

Welcome to the Takeover Tour for The Indebted Earl by Erica Vetsch, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!

Book Review | My Dear Miss Dupré

Do you like the Bachelorette? Admittedly, I’ve never watched it or been all that interested, but the idea of a woman in the 1880s having to chose a husband from among thirty suitors over the course of six months—consider me intrigued! And Grace Hitchcock… Continue Reading “Book Review | My Dear Miss Dupré”

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