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A Brush of Wings by Karen Kingsbury

I have been a Karen Kingsbury fan for years and this book is just another reason why. I have enjoyed reading the Angels Walking series and am very sad to see it go. In this final book, there is so much emotion, danger and spiritual warfare. I think we often go through life and forget […]


The Newsmakers by Lis Wiehl

This was certainly unlike any book I have read before. The author kept my attention on every page, and I found myself wishing there was more time to read. If given the opportunity, I could have finished the book in an afternoon. Erica was a strong heroine. I appreciated the fact that she stood her […]


Flirtation Walk by Siri Mitchell

This is the first book I’ve read from author Siri Mitchell, but I’m glad I chose to read it. It was not a time period that I am used to reading, however the author kept my interest throughout the book easily. I think it helped by changing the point of view every chapter. I enjoyed […]


The Feathered Bone by Julie Cantrell

This was a powerful story that kept me on my toes. I will warn you, sometimes it treaded into dark territory, however Julie approached everything with such grace and emotion that I found myself able to handle the depth of the storyline. There were several times in the book that I just wanted to turn […]


Joshua’s Mission by Vannetta Chapman

What a wonderful story about grace, forgiveness, growth, and the importance of helping others. I had not heard a lot about Amish going on mission trips, and this book certainly opened my eyes to that. More importantly, it reminded me that we shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. I found myself connecting to each […]


Anna’s Healing by Vannetta Chapman

Wow. That’s us the first word I could think of to describe what I thought of this book. So many things I loved about it, I’m just not sure where to start! Vannetta really brought a wonderful story of Anna, a girl who didn’t feel like she belonged so she moved away to try again. […]