Review: Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating by Christina Lauren

          Synopsis: Most men can’t handle Hazel. But her best friend Josh isn’t most men. Don’t miss New York Times bestselling author Christina Lauren’s new novel about two people who are definitely not dating…no matter how often they end up in bed together. Hazel Camille Bradford knows she’s a lot to take—and frankly, most men... Continue Reading →

Review: Where Hope Begins by Catherine West

          Synopsis: In the aftermath of her husband’s act of adultery and abandonment, Savannah must finally face the ghosts that haunt her and discover for herself whether authentic faith, grace, and ultimate healing really do exist. When her husband of twenty-one years leaves her, Savannah Barrington believes she’s lost almost everything... Continue Reading →

Review: An Amish Christmas Love

Synopsis: Winter Kisses by Beth Wiseman Three generations of Stoltzfus women are all living under the same roof. At twenty-five, Naomi has never been married, and both her mother, Barbara, and her grandmother, Ruth, have recently been widowed. Each nursing broken or lonely hearts, they also each have potential suitors. When a storm on Christmas... Continue Reading →

Review: Ahe’ey

Synopsis: Morgan's feminist books didn't prepare her to deal with the dashing Gabriel and the land of Ahe'ey . . . Ahe'ey: The Complete Collection Morgan is a dreamer, change maker and art lover. She is a feisty, slightly preachy, romantic feminist full of contradictions and insecurities. Morgan uncovers a world where women have the... Continue Reading →

Review: A Sky Full of Stars

Synopsis: The stars are about to align in the newest Shaughnessy brothers romance! WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE Brilliant astrophysicist Dr. Owen Shaughnessy feels more connected to the cosmos than to people. He's great with calculations, but when he leads a team of scientists to study a famous meteor shower, he doesn't factor in his free-spirited artist... Continue Reading →

Review: Jellybeaners

Synopsis: Jellybeaners is a contemporary novel set in the heart of Appalachia, revealing the money ties, political corruption, wasted lives, and overall cash-churning nature of the prescription pill culture from perspectives spanning both sides of the law. Rating: 4-stars Review: Jellybeaners by Gene Scott is a great contemporary read. This novel alerts readers to the... Continue Reading →

Review: Unraveling MS

Synopsis: Many autoimmune diseases are quite common, and any one of them may significantly affect your health. These diseases can be further identified and pointed out as multiple sclerosis (MS), diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, celiac sprue, and even some types of coronary atherosclerosis. Altogether, there are over 80 diseases that have been associated with an... Continue Reading →

Review: The Gentleman’s Law on Love

Synopsis: They were ill-matched... The rules didn't matter, after all...  As the daughter of a very powerful earl, Lady Rebecca Garrett has lived under the rule of Society by day.  However… at night, she becomes one of London's most notorious authors.  Living under the shadows no longer fulfills this heiress, so she's ready to come... Continue Reading →

Review: Nazi Saboteurs on the Bayou 

Synopsis: Nazi Saboteurs on the Bayou intertwines historic persons, actual events and distant locales of World War II with a fast-moving fictional Nazi plot to disrupt the manufacture of Higgins boats, the remarkable landing craft that won the war for the Allies. Spanning the globe from amphibious landings at Guadalcanal, to the Navajo code talker... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Block 10 by both Stacy Childs and David Niall Wilson

Stacy Childs has done it again. Her new and exciting novel, Block 10, is just as incredible as her last one, if not better. A medical suspense thriller just like The Boys of the Dixie Pig. Intrigue from the first page will forever lure readers deep into its enticing plot. The most thrilling complex plot of... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Boys of the Dixie Pig by Stacy Childs

Stacy Childs has created a masterpiece unlike any other thriller I have laid my hands upon. Her story is full of intrigue and suspense from the first page and onward. I couldn't put the novel down until the very end. The Boys of the Dixie Pig have it all. There's kidnapping, murder, weapons dealer, incarnated sports... Continue Reading →

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