Category: Contemporary

Double Header by Clarice G. James

  Don’t let the picture fool you, this is not just a book about baseball! This is a story about forgiveness, life choices, marriage, self discovery, and yes, baseball. It also has a glimpse of betrayal, and probably not the way you would think. Double Header is the first published novel by Clarice G. James, […]


A Son for Always By Amy Clipston

I first fell in love with Amy Clipston’s books when I read the Kauffman Amish Bakery Series. Does the phrase, “She had me on page one” mean anything? Every book I have read of Amy’s has not disappointed, and this novella was no exception to the rule. A Son for Always can be found in […]


Miriam and the Stranger by Jerry Eicher

Miriam and the Stranger by Jerry Eicher

Even though I had not read the previous books in this series, I found this wasn’t necessary to enjoy Miriam and the Stranger. I enjoyed the authors attention to detail. The story did not move too fast, which meant I had plenty of time to get to know all the important characters. I appreciated the […]


Reading about fireman…..

Reading about fireman…..

I recently read two books by author TK Chapin that were absolutely wonderful. Amongst the Flames and Out of the Ashes are worth your time and reading eyes. The first tells the story of a dedicated firefighter who is so dedicated to his job and fellow firemen, he doesn’t even realize there is trouble at […]


A Tide Worth Turning

A Tide Worth Turning

my perspective Beth has stepped out of the traditional Amish stories that we love to read and written this beautiful novella, and I am so glad that she did! The story left me longing for more time with the characters! Beth has done a fantastic job with this story and I hope she continues in […]


The Chase 

The Chase 

Hindsight is 20/20. I can never go back to my teenage years and offer myself the advice inside The Chase by Kelsey and Kyle Kupecky, although I wish I could. I grew up in a non-Christian home and had no clue about the true importance of waiting for the one that God has made for you. […]