A Hopeful Christmas is a regency novella collection with stories written by Anneka R. Walker, Sian Ann Bessey, Carla Kelly, and Krista Lynne Jensen.
Book Review | A Joyful ChristmasBarbour, Books Review, Christmas, Fiction Collection, Historical Fiction, Holiday, NetGalley, Novellas, Romance, Writing Spot
A Joyful Christmas is a collection of six historical Christmas novellas written by Cynthia Hickey, Liz Johnson, Vickie McDonough, Liz Tolsma, Carrie Turansky, and Erica Vetsch.
Book Review | Love’s Pure LightBarbour, Books Review, Christian Fiction, Christmas, Historical Fiction, Holiday, NetGalley, Novellas, Romance, Writing Spot
Love’s Pure Light is a delightful Christmas Novella Collection of four stories by Susanne Dietze, Shannon McNear, Deborah Raney, and Janine Rosche. It follows a nativity set as it is passed down from generation to generation and what I loved most was how each generation’s love story added a piece to it.
Book Review | A Soldier’s LadyBarbour, Books Review, Historical Fiction, NetGalley, Novellas, Writing Spot
A Soldier’s Lady is a collection of four historical novellas about four different women who found true love with a solider.
Book Review | Love’s Mountain QuestBethany House, Books Review, Historical Fiction, NetGalley, Novels, Writing Spot
Love’s Mountain Quest is the second book in Misty M. Beller’s Hearts of Montana series. We met both Isaac Bowen and Joanna Watson, and her little boy Samuel, in the previous book Hope’s Highest Mountain. This is their story.
Book Review | Dead EndBethany House, Books Review, Christian Fiction, NetGalley, Novels, Romantic Suspense, Suspense/Thriller, Writing Spot
Dead End is the third and final book in Nancy Mehl‘s Kaely Quinn Profiler series. Over the past two books, we’ve watched Kaely go toe-to-toe with various serial killers. But in Dead End she’s forced to face the most personal one of all: her father.
Book Review | A Gilded LadyBethany House, Books Review, Christian Fiction, Historical Fiction, NetGalley, Novels, Romance, Writing Spot
A Gilded Lady by Elizabeth Camden is book two in her Hope and Glory series. We met Caroline Delacroix in the first book, The Spice King, when her brother came under suspicion of being a traitor. Now, with another brother in a Cuban prison, Caroline is desperate to hang on to her job as the First Lady’s secretary in hopes of securing a presidential pardon for him.
Book Review | A Single SparkBethany House, Books Review, Christian Fiction, Historical Fiction, NetGalley, Novels, Romance, Writing Spot
The time is during the Civil War and the place is the Washington Arsenal in Washington, D.C. In A Single Spark by Judith Miller, Clara McBride is helping provide for her and her mother while also helping the North’s war effort. Meanwhile, Lieutenant Joseph Brady is tasked with improving the arsenal’s production and uncovering a potential spy.
Book Review | Stay with MeBethany House, Books Review, Christian Fiction, NetGalley, Novels, Romance, Writing Spot
Stay with Me, the first book in Becky Wade‘s Misty River Romance series, is a sweet romance that wrestles the topics of trauma, addiction, and secrets. Sam Turner, who readers meet in Take a Chance on Me, prefers his solitude, but when he discovers a stranger asleep in his empty guest house, his world is turned upside down.
Book Review | The House at the End of the MoorBooks Review, Christian Fiction, Historical Fiction, NetGalley, Novels, Romance, Writing Spot
The year is 1862 and the place is Dartmoor Prison, Devon, England. A man wrongly imprisoned makes his escape in order to prove his innocence. His trek across the moor is a costly one and he would have died if not for a woman willing to bring a stranger into her home. The House at the End of the Moor by Michelle Griep is a tale of justice, forgiveness, and mercy.