Fiction Book Reviews

Meant to Be Mine by Becky Wade

Bad-boy-turned-good. Broken heart surprised by a second chance and a little princess to bind the two together? Look no further than Becky Wade's newest novel, Meant to Be Mine. As I've told Becky already, this is my favorite of her books so far, and I'm pretty sure it's all because of Ty Porter. Celia Park… Continue reading Meant to Be Mine by Becky Wade

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Love on the Line with Deeanne Gist

Deeanne Gist’s newest novel, Love on the Line, is definitely a novel worth ringing home about. With rich historical detail, humor, suspense, and enough romantic tension to have all sorts of bells ringing, this story captures the essence of the changes during the turn-of-the century that affected the changing relationships between men and women. Georgie… Continue reading Love on the Line with Deeanne Gist

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Conference Tips with Kim Sawyer

Here's one lady who should know about conference tips!!! Kim Sawyer has been getting things ready for the American Christian Fiction Writers Conference behind the scenes for months - and with her sense of humor and kindness, she's probably lined up another group of volunteers to make the conference more forward with as few glitches as… Continue reading Conference Tips with Kim Sawyer

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The Lady of Bolton Hill by Elizabeth Camden

If you're in search of adventure, a compelling hero, a daring heroine, and an intense romance that pushes the edges of your heart, then Elizabeth Camben's newest book, The Lady of Bolton Hill  is for you. Sparks of all sorts fly between the charming and arrogant Daniel Tremain and the lovely and determined, Clara Endicott, but… Continue reading The Lady of Bolton Hill by Elizabeth Camden

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A Week Review with Siri Mitchell – A Heart Most Worthy

Siri's newest novel, A Heart Most Worthy, still holds the same amazing story we're used to from the award winning author, but there's a twist. It's written in 3rd person omniscent. You get to be in EVERYONE's heads - including the three main characters. It's about three women, three romances, and three opportunities. It's about… Continue reading A Week Review with Siri Mitchell – A Heart Most Worthy

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She Walks In Beauty by Siri Mitchell

Without a doubt, this is the BEST historical novel Siri Mitchell has written to date. And the hero? Completely adorable. What’s even better, is that there is fantastic repartee, dancing, and…humor. Oh my, Siri – this novel is second only to your contemporary novel Kissing Adrien. So, what’s this story all about? The novel twirls… Continue reading She Walks In Beauty by Siri Mitchell

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A Week Review with Siri Mitchell – She Walks in Beauty

Without a doubt, this is the BEST historical novel Siri Mitchell has written to date. And the hero? Completely adorable. What’s even better, is that there is fantastic repartee, dancing, and…humor. Oh my, Siri – this novel is second only to your contemporary novel Kissing Adrien. So, what’s this story all about? The novel twirls… Continue reading A Week Review with Siri Mitchell – She Walks in Beauty

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A Week Review with Siri Mitchell – Love’s Pursuit

In July 2009, I read Siri Mitchell's historical novel, Love's Pursuit. It was one of those books that leaves an indelible mark on your spirit when you finish. One of those books where the heroine gets so deep into your psyche, she lingers beyond the final page. It's not a book for the faint of… Continue reading A Week Review with Siri Mitchell – Love’s Pursuit

Fiction Book Reviews

A Week Review with Siri Mitchell – A Constant Heart

I knew I enjoyed Siri's contemporary romance novels, so when I saw that Siri had started writing historicals, I wondered if I'd have the same feelings about those. IN 2008 her novel, A Constant Heart, debuted. A beautiful story of love discovered and refined, this novel takes the reader back to the Elizabethan era -… Continue reading A Week Review with Siri Mitchell – A Constant Heart

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Spotlight – Coming Soon from Mary Connealy

Well, if you don't like waiting long between books from your favorite authors - Mary is the author for you. With an incredible list of new books released last year, she continues to keep her fans happy with a new novel about every 3 or 4 months. Pretty impressive, don't you think? Starting off the year… Continue reading Spotlight – Coming Soon from Mary Connealy