The Bachelor’s Twins by Kathryn Springer was a truly sweet story, starting with the unwilling reunion of two high school classmates. Anna Leighton had returned to her hometown with her young twin daughters, widowed by the town’s favored football hero.
Amish Refuge by Debby Giusti certainly lives up to the “suspense” genre, as it kept me up a good part of the night reading! I could not and did not want to put it down! Already I am curious about the next book in the series.
The Dad Next Door by Stephanie Dees: This was my first time reading a novel by Stephanie Dees, and I hope to see more books from Sher. Ms. Dees weaves an uplifting story about the supportive power of community in The Dad Next Door. She also does a masterful job in […]
A Ready Made Amish Family by JoAnn Brown: JoAnn Brown is becoming one of my favorite authors of the Amish genre in the Love Inspired series. It was a pleasure to read A Ready Made Amish Family, having already read and enjoyed other books about the Stoltzfus brothers and their mother […]
Her Secret Amish Child by Cheryl Williford: As a Floridian, it is always fun to read stories that take place in locales i am familiar with including Sarasota, one of the most beautiful areas of Florida. And reading about Pinecraft is extremely interesting, in that there are people from so many […]
The Cowboy’s Easter Family Wish Lois Richer is easily one of the books I have most enjoyed this month. The main characters, Maddie, Jesse, Noah and Emma all seem so true to life, like a family my family would love to spend time visiting with. In “The Cowboy’s Easter Family Wish”, […]
Dangerous Testimony by Dana Mentink completely lives up to its’ genre as a romantic suspense, with strong emphasis on “suspense’. This book had me up until 3 in the morning wanting to know what would happen next. So many twists and turns!
His Amish Teacher by Patricia Davids: It was such a pleasure to “revisit” Bowman’s Crossing and be drawn into Lillian and Timothy’s rekindling of their friendship. As children they shared a special bond which is just as strong now as adults, now that Lillian has returned to town to teach. She […]
Plain Target by Dana Lynn was a very enjoyable combination of three of my favorite genres: romance, Amish and suspense all in one. And I am excited that this is the first in a series- I am looking forward to the next installment! In “Plain Target”, we meet Jess, a […]
In The Lawman’s Secret Son by Lorraine Beatty, Carrie is an event coordinator for a church in a small Southern torn, who is also studying social work online to pursue a social work career. Inspired by her very troubled past, she desires to help children and families. Her […]