Category: LoveInspired


REVIEW: An Unexpected Amish Romance by Patricia Davids
11th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: An Unexpected Amish Romance by Patricia Davids

An Unexpected Amish Romance: Patricia Davids has long been one of my favorite Love Inspired authors writing about the Amish genre. I am always eager to read a new book of hers. That being said, An Unexpected Amish Romance was not an easy story to stay absorbed in. On one hand, […]

REVIEW: Plain Jeopardy by Alison Stone
10th Feb / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Plain Jeopardy by Alison Stone

Plain Jeopardy Any novel by Alison Stone is a novel guaranteed to keep me reading until the very last word. Ms. Stone is a gifted storyteller, especially in weaving romantic suspense! In Plain Jeopardy, it is touching to see that Grace has an opportunity to discover who was responsible for […]

REVIEW: Her Secret Daughter by Ruth Logan Herne
28th Jan / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Her Secret Daughter by Ruth Logan Herne

Her Secret Daughter by Ruth Logan Herne is such a beautifully written story about the strength of the love mothers have for their children. And in this story, about the deep love a particular birth mother, Josie, has for the baby she gave up for adoption 6 years earlier.

REVIEW: Deadly Exchange  by Lisa Harris
27th Jan / 3 Comments

REVIEW: Deadly Exchange by Lisa Harris

Deadly Exchange by Lisa Harris most definitely fulfills its’ description as a suspense story! Lisa Harris placed numerous twists and turns into this novel about Kayla, a young woman working with an organization that rescues victims of human trafficking.

REVIEW: Duty to Defend by Jill Elizabeth Nelson
14th Jan / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Duty to Defend by Jill Elizabeth Nelson

Duty to Defend by Jill Elizabeth Nelson, is an extremely well written romantic suspense that will keep fellow readers mesmerized until the last page. In A Duty to Defend, rookie US Marshal “Daci”, is partnered with former marshal turned child advocate attorney Jax, to protect the former girlfriend of a […]

REVIEW: A Man for Honor  by Emma Miller
13th Jan / 4 Comments

REVIEW: A Man for Honor by Emma Miller

A Man for Honor by Emma Miller is a delightful story about second chances, and about never forgetting one’s first love. It also contains the theme of forgiveness, a very common theme in novels about the Amish, as forgiveness is such an important behavior and act in their culture.

REVIEW: A Time to Heal  by Linda Goodnight
30th Dec / 3 Comments

REVIEW: A Time to Heal by Linda Goodnight

A Time to Heal by Linda Goodnight is a novel about second chances and forgiveness, is a beautiful read. I didn’ t realize it was actually released nearly ten years ago, as it showed up as a new release on t he Harlequin site when I requested to read and review.

REVIEW: Christmas on the Ranch by Arlene James, Lois Richer
26th Nov / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Christmas on the Ranch by Arlene James, Lois Richer

Christmas on the Ranch  touched a chord in me, as a large theme of the story is about forgiveness. And right now with the holiday of Yom Kippur approaching, in the middle of what the Jewish faith calls the “10 days of awe”, it is a time of reflection, seeking […]

REVIEW: Instant Family  by Donna Gartshore
18th Nov / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Instant Family by Donna Gartshore

Instant Family by Donna Gartshore It’s always a special treat for avid readers to discover a new author they enjoy. I so enjoyed reading Donna Gartshore’s “Instant Family”. When single mom Frankie and her precocious and talented daughter Rae spend the summer in a cottage by the shore in Canada, […]

REVIEW: Her Amish Christmas Sweetheart by Rebecca Kertz
12th Nov / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Her Amish Christmas Sweetheart by Rebecca Kertz

Her Amish Christmas Sweetheart by Rebecca Kertz; It was such a treat to read another Amish story set in Happiness, by Rebecca Kertz, and to be “reacquainted” with characters from her earlier series. “Her Amish Christmas Sweetheart” takes place with the holiday season approaching, and Peter and Meg are asked […]

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