Book Review: The Last One You Loved by L.J. Evans

★★★★★ I have been a long time member of L.J. Evans' ARC Team and her latest release is another reminder of why I adore her books as much as I do. Her focus on small town romances and stories tied directly to song verses, creates a reading experience like no other. When I read her... Continue Reading →

Vagabond by Mary A.J.

★★★★★ I wasn’t really sure how I was going to feel about this one in the first few chapters. It just had a strange feel in the beginning. But after that, I was consumed by this story and read it in two days because I was grasping at the need to know what happened.  In... Continue Reading →

Dovetails in Tall Grass by Samantha Specks

★★★★★ There’s a reason I love really well written historical fiction novels. It connects me emotionally with people from a different time in such a way that it doesn’t feel so very far from my heart. Dovetails in Tall Grass tells the story of two women in the years 1861-1862 as they experience the frontier... Continue Reading →

On Home by Becca Spence Dobias

★★★★★ On Home is a breathtaking piece of classical literature in our modern framework. Using words to tell the stories of a family of women who have all struggled with their need to be loved, have a family and know who they are as individuals. The story is told from three different perspectives of the... Continue Reading →

Revelation by Eva Winners

★★★★★ I have to admit that this one was a little choppy in the beginning getting the story going, but after a little while it really picks up and is a very good book! Layla was born into a rich family, but her mother was not married to her father and therefore she is unwanted... Continue Reading →

Paper Cranes by Julie James

★★★★★ This is easily one of those timeless books that you can set aside a weekend for and just curl up and enjoy it from beginning to end.  The main character, Cassie, has just lost the love of her life and is trying to see straight in her new world. Nothing is easy when you're... Continue Reading →

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