Message in a Bottle by Beth Wiseman

My Review This novella had everything a good novella should have. It had excitement, love, suspense, a plot twist, and was well written. In this second installment of the Surfs Up series Beth had done a on wonderful job of storytelling. The very first plot twist had me in shock. I love reading a book […]

Answering Sarah Review

  My Review The was the first book I’ve read by Nancy Shew Bolton, so I was not sure what to expect, but I enjoyed the book very much. I felt she wrote the characters in a realistic way that made it easy for me to imagine them going about their day. Their reactions were […]

Quilt Devotional and Giveaway

About the Book Inspired by thirty family heirloom quilts, each devotion depicts the enduring legacy of faith, family and tradition. Rich, personal, sometimes heartbreaking, often funny, each reading provides a lesson and encouragement from the faithful women who crafted the quilts. Full-color photographs of each quilt show the style and artistry of each beautiful work. […]

More than Rivals… By Ken Abraham

My Review What a powerful story! Although the main topic, understandably, was basketball in this book, there was so much more to it than that. While the rest of the United States looked to integrate black and white, Gallatin wanted to hold on to old traditions. Separate schools, barber shops, diners, and even neighborhoods. On […]

Dawn at Emberwilde

About the Book For as long as she can remember, beautiful and free-spirited Isabel has strained against the rules and rigidity of the Fellsworth School in the rolling English countryside. No longer a student, Isabel set her sights on a steady role as a teacher at the school, a safe yet stifling establishment that would […]

Katie’s Choice by Amy Lillard

My Review Amazing. That is the word to describe this book. I absolutely loved reading about Katie and Zane. Two people from completely different lifestyles finding themselves drawn to each other, but with one being a non-Amish city boy, how could it ever work out? I think the thing that drew me to this book […]