Review: Laura’s Shadow
Being a lifelong Little House fan, I was eagerly looking forward to reading this spinoff story based on Laura's friend, Cap Garland. Here's what I thought...
Review: Inventions of the Heart
Inventions of the Heart is an exciting take on the typical western/historical romance. The heroine, and her sisters, are strong women with skills that weren't typical for females of that era. And as would be expected, they run into some resistance. That's what makes the story interesting.
Review: Off the Chain
A southern setting with a slightly ditzy heroine who has a passion for rescuing dogs makes for a fun summer read.
Review: The Heart of the Mountains
Did you ever read Christy by Catherine Marshall? I can't tell you how many times I've read it. If you love it, like I do, you're sure to enjoy The Heart of the Mountains by Pepper Basham.
Review: The Songs That Could Have Been
This page-turner packs in quite a lot--long-lost love, emotional trauma, Alzheimer's, eating disorders, alcoholism, and racial issues--yet it manages not to be too heavy. If you enjoy family stories, you'll like The Songs That Could Have Been.
Review: Season of My Enemy
Today I'm sharing a book review for Season of My Enemy, a Christian historical romance novel by Naomi Musch.
What I Read in May
In May I read several books I received for review and listened to several audiobooks, along with a few others.
Review: To Tame a Cowboy
Today I’m sharing a book review for To Tame a Cowboy, a Christian historical romance novel by Jody Hedlund, from Bethany House Publishers. It is Book 3 of the Colorado Cowboys series.
Review: Midnight’s Budding Morrow
Today I’m reviewing Midnight's Budding Morrow, a Christian regency romance novel by Carolyn Miller.
Review: A Promise Engraved
Today I’m sharing a book review for A Promise Engraved, a Christian historical romance novel by Liz Tolsma. It is part of the Doors to the Past series published by Barbour but can definitely be read as a stand alone novel.