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REVIEW: A Priceless Find  by Kate James
5th Oct / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Priceless Find by Kate James

A Priceless Find by Kate James: It’s been a little while since I enjoyed such a fun, well written romantic mystery as “A Priceless Find”. The novel is set in a small New England town on the outskirts of Boston, and introduces readers to Chelsea, an assistant curator in a high […]

REVIEW: An Amish Proposal  by JoAnn brown
23rd Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: An Amish Proposal by JoAnn brown

An Amish Proposal by JoAnn brown: What a treat it was to read another novel by JoAnn Brown! And to be brought back into the lives of the members of the Stoltzfus family, this time particularly Micah- Micah, who is hoping to find someone special to settle down with as his […]

REVIEW: Undercover Amish by Debby Giusti
3rd Sep / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Undercover Amish by Debby Giusti

Undercover Amish by Debby Giusti: In the first book of this series, I kept reading briefly about the character Hannah, when her sister Miriam was desperately trying to reach her after their mother was killed and their other sister abducted.

REVIEW: Until the Ride Stops by Amie Denman
2nd Sep / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Until the Ride Stops by Amie Denman

Until the Ride Stops by Amie Denman was such a pleasure to read, including the treat of reading once again about the Hamilton family and their very special theme park Starlight Point. I have always loved theme parks, and Amie Denman so skillfully describes Starlight Point’s attractions that i feel […]

REVIEW: Their Ranch Reunion by Mindy Obenhaus
30th Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Their Ranch Reunion by Mindy Obenhaus

Their Ranch Reunion by Mindy Obenhaus: What a sweet and beautiful story! “Their Ranch Reunion” takes place in the charming and beautiful Colorado town of Ouray. Having visited there many years ago, its’ always fun to read stories that take places in familiar settings.

REVIEW: The Amish Witness  by Diane Burke
20th Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: The Amish Witness by Diane Burke

The Amish Witness by Diane Burke lives up to the suspense genre it is part of right from the very beginning! Readers are introduced to Elizabeth, who has returned home to her family’s Amish farm after taking a prolonged Rumspringa with her closest friend, Hannah. When Hannah is murdered, and Elizabeth […]

REVIEW: Down a Dark Road by Linda Castillo
12th Aug / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Down a Dark Road by Linda Castillo

Down a Dark Road: Linda Castillo’s Kate Burkholder series just keeps getting better and better! Each book in the series has kept me up throughout the night on the edge of my seat, and this was no exception. Linda Castillo is extremely skilled at weaving a suspenseful and very “real” feeling […]

REVIEW: The Alaskan Catch by Beth Carpenter
10th Aug / 4 Comments

REVIEW: The Alaskan Catch by Beth Carpenter

The Alaskan Catch by Beth Carpenter: The name of this novel, The Alaskan Catch, was what first caught my interest, as my honeymoon with my husband was to the beautiful state of Alaska 17 years ago. It is easily one of the most beautiful places I have ever visited, and […]

REVIEW: New Year’s Wedding by Muriel Jensen
6th Aug / 3 Comments

REVIEW: New Year’s Wedding by Muriel Jensen

New Year’s Wedding is a definite story of “opposites attract”, in this case Cassidy, who is an international supermodel, and Grady, a police officer turned private detective in a small Oregon town- who prefers a simple laidback life. They meet in interesting circumstances- Cassidy has just been reunited with siblings […]

REVIEW: Homefront Defenders by Lisa Philips
29th Jul / 2 Comments

REVIEW: Homefront Defenders by Lisa Philips

Homefront Defenders by Lisa Philips was quite full of twists and turns, and so skillfully written. The main character, Alana, a “rookie” secret service agent on one of the teams charged with protecting the President, is in her home state of Hawaii for the first time in years, as her […]

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