The Cowboys Twins by Tara Taylor Quinn: Having enjoyed previous installments of the “Family Secrets” series, I was quite eager to start The Cowboy’s Twins by Tara Taylor Quinn. And it did not disappoint. Spencer, a rancher in California, is balancing raising his young twins on his own along with trying […]
Meet me on the Midway by Amie Denman: What a treat this book was! After really enjoying the first book in Starlight Point, reading June’s story, it was now a pleasure to read about Evie, and her ambition and goals for the family owned amusement park, its’ hotel and expanding facilities.
Marrying the Single Dad by Melinda Curtis was a special and inspiring story. Melinda Curtis introduces the reader to Brittany and Joe, who are both new to town, and are both trying to overcome other people’s perceptions of w ho they should be.
Her Soldier’s Baby by Tara Taylor Quinn: What a treat to have the opportunity to read and review this second book in the “Family Secrets” series! Tara Taylor Quinn is a gifted storyteller! Eliza and Pierce share a very special, enduring, though in some ways fragile, love. Originally teenage sweethearts, […]
In For Love or Money by Tara Taylor Quinn, we meet Janie and Burke, who are both single parents finding their way in raising their children, who are facing very difficult struggles. Janie is raising a child with Down Syndrome and leaves no stone unturned in finding the best therapy […]
At Odds with the Midwife by Patricia Forsythe: As someone who has worked in healthcare for many years, I always enjoy a novel that has medical aspects to the storyline. And this was an interesting and realistic topic, pitting a midwife up against a family doctor who believes babies should be […]
The Reluctant Rancher by Leigh Riker: I tried very diligently to get into this story. The description sounded like one that would be a beautiful story. Unfortunately, the writing style felt rough, and I had a hard time getting “attached” to the characters.
Keeping Cole’s Promise by Cheryl Harper: This is yet another touching story of second chances, of having faith in others. And, this is another one of my favorites for the month! The theme of animal rescue in this story is close to home as my brother has worked with animal shelters […]
The Senator’s Daughter by Sophia Sasson: What an interesting book to read amidst this very heated real life political election season! Talk about timing! The story picks up steam from the very beginning when “Kat” is informed by the news, and the university she works for, that the father she never […]
Carousel Nights by Amie Denman is a super touching story. I plan to now read the first one in the Starlight Point series, to learn more about June, her family and Starlight Point. In “Carousel Nights”, June feels a nearly constant tug of war in her emotions between helping to revitalize […]