What does it take to survive the early days of Yellowstone National Park? In Regina Scott’s novel Nothing Short of Wondrous, widowed hotelier Kate Tremaine has a better idea than newly arrived Calvary Lieutenant William Prescott. And he knows it. Which is why he… Continue Reading “Book Review | Nothing Short of Wondrous”
A Distance too Grand by Regina Scott takes readers to the grandeur of the Grand Canyon before it was a protected or navigable place. An accomplished photographer in her own right, Meg Pero is determined to take over her late father’s photography business. First… Continue Reading “Book Review | A Distance Too Grand”
Her Secret Song is book three in Mary Connealy‘s Brides of Hope Mountain series. This final installment follows the third and eldest Nordegren sister, Ursula, as she wrestles with her fear of leaving the mountain and Wax Mosby who needs to escape if he… Continue Reading “Book Review | Her Secret Song”
The Sowing Season is Katie Powner‘s debut novel. It’s a Christian contemporary story about second chances. It’s not the type of novel I usually read, but I’m so glad I picked up this story! The pacing and tone are just the type of story… Continue Reading “Book Review | The Sowing Season”
Watercolors by Lorna Seilstad is the latest release from The Mosaic Collection, faith-based novels about diverse, God-designed families. In Watercolors, Amelia York volunteers to help at a field hospital during the Civil War as a means to finding her brother, a Union Soldier. It’s… Continue Reading “Book Review | Watercolors”
Dangerous Deceptions is a collection of short Christian Suspense novels by eight different authors. The stories range from thriller to romantic suspense.
Point of Danger by Irene Hannon is the beginning of a new series, Triple Threat, about three sisters. The middle sister, Eve Reilly, is not in law enforcement, instead, she faces down societal ills through her radio program.
Set the Stars Alight is Amanda Dykes‘s second novel. After reading her first, Whose Waves These Are, especially since it was one of my favorite reads of 2019, I couldn’t wait to read this one. And it did not disappoint!
Palmer Girl by Dawn Klinge is a historical romance about the daughter of a wealthy family who made flower arrangements for Marshall Field’s in Chicago during the late 1800s and the son of a Wisconsin farm family who sought to make a place for… Continue Reading “Book Review | Palmer Girl”