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Review: The Rhythm of Secrets by Patti Lacy

I am loving Lacy’s literary style fiction. The Rhythm of Secrets didn’t disappoint this reader. Where other writers may have fallen short with this surprising tale Lacy’s unique twist of descriptive phrases brought this tale to life. The story itself … Continue reading

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Reveiw: Masquerade Marriage by Anne Green

The front cover captured my attention with these words:  A Secret List, A Fugitive Warrior, One Life-Saving Option…. How could anyone resist? Masquerade Marriage takes place in Scotland in 1796. I’ve read many books in this time period and often … Continue reading

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Review: Second Chance Brides by Vickie McDonough

Second Chance Brides by Vickie McDonough is the second book in the Texas Boardinghouse Brides series. This book is one of McDonough’s best ever.  The cover on the book pulls you into the story. The cover artist caught the essence … Continue reading

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Review: Don’t Look Back by Lynette Eason

Don’t buy this book thinking you’re going to read it over a few weeks’ time. It’s not that kind of book. This is one that you start and don’t put down. The book that you eat lunch with, the one … Continue reading

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Review: Head in the Couds by Karen Witemeyer

Head in the Clouds by Karen Witemeyer Great read, nothing but fun from the first page!  Adelaide Proctor just has to have her heart’s desire- a husband and a family and if God isn’t going to give her the perfect … Continue reading

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Review: The House on Malcolm Street by Leisha Kelly

The House on Malcolm Street by Leisha Kelly This isn’t a feel good book or a quick read. It’s a book that makes you sit back in your chair and realize you’ve been there in some way at some time … Continue reading

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Review: Exposed by Ashley Weis

Exposed by Ashley Weis Exposed is the perfect title for this book. Allyson Graham, a marriage counselor finds herself in a place she swore she’d never be—married to a man addicted to porn. Allyson’s story of how this discovery lessens … Continue reading

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