Simple Pleasures by Marianne Jantzi

 I have always been intrigued by the Amish way of life. They live simply, work hard, love and help their community and still find the time to have fun. Their children are well behaved, and the adults are friendly. But I have never really seen the inside scoop on their way of life other than […]


Faith by Lyn Cote 

Overall I enjoyed reading this book, it just took me longer than most. I found myself struggling through the fighting scenes, I think mostly because I do not care for war in general. However, I loved the story of Faith and Honoree. Both treated as outcasts by many even though they were trained nurses there […]


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 […]