Author: abakersp

One Wrong Move Book Review

One Wrong Move Book Review

Dani Pettrey is an author that I cannot get enough of. There’s a long time between book releases, but they are SO worth it!!! I highly recommend all of her books, and especially this new series 🙂 About the Book My Perspective Let me start by saying this – One Wrong Move is really two […]


A Stranger’s Game Book Review

A Stranger’s Game Book Review

I had hoped to finish by second 24 in 24 book in January, but I was just past the mark. Oh well, lol. My goal was to not be stressed reading and so far I’m happy to say I haven’t been. But February is looking a little dicey (totally did that to myself lol). I […]


The Divine Proverb of Streusel Book Review

The Divine Proverb of Streusel Book Review

There are several books that release(d) in January, but I think this might have been my most anticipated one. Not only because I heard good things about it, but because the book blurb just hooked me from the very first time I read it. I needed more, and I’m so glad I was able to […]


Cold Threat Book Review

Cold Threat Book Review

I love suspense series where there’s sort of this unsolved portion that carries into each book. Nancy Mehl has that in her Ryland + St. Clair series. I loved book one and couldn’t wait for book two. I knew I wanted that to be my first new release read of the year. I loved it, […]


Of Fire and Ash Book Review

Of Fire and Ash Book Review

I decided I wanted my first read of 2024 to be for me. Like one of my most anticipated reads from my TBR. And guys, I decided to go big. Yep this 462 page book, hardcover, fantasy novel (the genre I probably read the least even though I really enjoy it). It blew me away. […]


2023 – A Year in Review

2023 – A Year in Review

Well guys, it’s been a year. If I am totally honest – this was the hardest year of my life. One I couldn’t have gotten through if I didn’t have the Lord by my side the entire way. There has been so much – health issues, financial struggles, job changes, schedule changes, less reading time, […]