Category: Jennifer Rodewald

Review: The Carpenter’s Daughter by Jennifer Rodewald

Review: The Carpenter’s Daughter by Jennifer Rodewald

Posted April 10, 2016 / 10 Comments

  One word can change a life. Sarah Sharpe has grown up as a carpenter’s daughter, knowing only the rough and work-heavy world of her father’s blue-collar profession. Abandoned by her mother as a baby, she’s lived twenty-one years content to drive nails at her dad’s side. Following her father […]


First Line Fridays – #2

First Line Fridays – #2

Posted April 8, 2016 / 40 Comments

It’s Friday again! (Already!) Time to grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line! I’ll go first (appropriately enough)… Today, my “first line” is from Jennifer Rodewald’s The Carpenter’s Daughter, which I spotlighted earlier today. And the first line is… “I think it’s a woman.” […]