Book Review: Burning Proof by Janice Cantore

Book Review: Burning Proof by Janice Cantore

Posted July 16, 2016 / 4 Comments

After months of investigating the brutal homicide of a young girl, Detective Abby Hart finally has the evidence she needs. But when the arrest goes terribly wrong, Abby begins to doubt her future as a police officer. As she wrestles with conflicting emotions, old questions about the fire that took […]



First Line Friday: Week 16

First Line Friday: Week 16

Posted July 15, 2016 / 43 Comments

Yay for Fridays! And since it’s Friday, it’s time to grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line! BUT WAIT! Let’s mix things up a bit today. Since it’s July 15th (7/15), you can either leave the first line from Chapter 7 or Chapter […]


Book Review: The Last Woman Standing by Thelma Adams

Book Review: The Last Woman Standing by Thelma Adams

Posted July 14, 2016 / 6 Comments

Two decades after the Civil War, Josephine Marcus, the teenage daughter of Jewish immigrants, is lured west with the promise of marriage to Johnny Behan, one of Arizona’s famous lawmen. She leaves her San Francisco home to join Behan in Tombstone, Arizona, a magnet for miners (and outlaws) attracted by […]



Book Review: Going Up South by Janet W. Ferguson

Book Review: Going Up South by Janet W. Ferguson

Posted July 13, 2016 / 9 Comments

No one told him he had a son. Actor Dylan Conner is furious. Not only has he been left out of his child’s life, the baby boy has been given another man’s last name. Determined to be a better father than the sorry guy who’d left him and his mother, […]


Book Review (and a Giveaway!): Leaving Oxford by Janet W. Ferguson

Book Review (and a Giveaway!): Leaving Oxford by Janet W. Ferguson

Posted July 13, 2016 / 79 Comments

Escaping home to Oxford, Mississippi, seemed like a good idea. Until it wasn’t. A year after a tragic accident in Los Angeles flipped her world upside down, advertising guru Sarah Beth LeClair is still hiding away in her charming hometown of Oxford, Mississippi. And she may well be stuck there […]


Book Review (and a Giveaway!): Cookie Encounter by Michelle Connell

Book Review (and a Giveaway!): Cookie Encounter by Michelle Connell

Posted July 12, 2016 / 6 Comments

Where does the power to forgive someone come from? A tender story of love and forgiveness – Follow Natalie’s journey as she learns to forgive and then falls in love. Natalie Alexander believes she is unworthy of a romantic relationship after a traumatic event back in college. After moving to […]



Author Interview (and a Giveaway!): Michelle Connell

Author Interview (and a Giveaway!): Michelle Connell

Posted July 11, 2016 / 39 Comments

  I am delighted to have a new friend join us today on the blog! I’ve gotten to know her a little bit through the blog (yes, she’s a reader too!) and I’m looking forward to learning more about her today 🙂 Michelle Connell is a wife, and homeschool mom. […]


Sunday Book Club: Dystopian Fiction

Sunday Book Club: Dystopian Fiction

Posted July 10, 2016 / 20 Comments

  Today on the Sunday Book Club, I want to talk about Dystopian Fiction. Vannetta Chapman stopped by my blog earlier this week to discuss Dystopian Christian fiction, specifically, so I thought I would carry over the discussion to the book club post. (By the way, she’s giving away a […]


Book Review: Whither Thou Goest I Will Go by Naomi Dathan

Book Review: Whither Thou Goest I Will Go by Naomi Dathan

Posted July 9, 2016 / 14 Comments

Jem Perkins has it all – money, a fine house, a handsome husband, and a new baby boy. But when her family fortunes turn, Jem’s husband Seth leads her to a new home: a sod house on a Nebraska homestead. It is a season of growth for Jem as she […]


Book Blast (and a Giveaway!): As Death Draws Near by Anna Lee Huber

Book Blast (and a Giveaway!): As Death Draws Near by Anna Lee Huber

Posted July 9, 2016 / 4 Comments

The latest mystery from the national bestselling author of A Study in Death tangles Lady Kiera Darby and Sebastian Gage in a dangerous web of religious and political intrigue. July 1831. In the midst of their idyllic honeymoon in England’s Lake District, Kiera and Gage’s seclusion is soon interrupted by […]


Book Review: Murder Mezzo Forte by Donn Taylor

Book Review: Murder Mezzo Forte by Donn Taylor

Posted July 8, 2016 / 6 Comments

He is a reclusive history professor with musical hallucinations. . . She a headstrong professor of religion, a converted Wiccan. Earlier, they solved a campus murder, but now police say they formed two-thirds of an illicit love triangle with a newly-murdered female colleague and they’re probably guilty of her murder. A […]


Book Review: Sophie’s Path by Catherine Lanigan

Book Review: Sophie’s Path by Catherine Lanigan

Posted July 8, 2016 / 2 Comments

Nurse Sophie Mattuchi has seen a lot of angry patients in the ER, but no one’s ever rattled her like Jack Carter. He has no right to blame her for his friend’s death. Sophie did everything she could. Didn’t she? Yet his accusations sting, and that sets off all kinds […]


First Line Friday: When I Found You

First Line Friday: When I Found You

Posted July 8, 2016 / 42 Comments

It’s FRIDAY! And since it’s Friday, it’s time to grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line! The book I’m featuring today is When I Found You by Kate James. (you can read my – and my dog’s – review here) As a side note, […]


Book Review: Under an Adirondack Sky by Karen Rock

Book Review: Under an Adirondack Sky by Karen Rock

Posted July 7, 2016 / 10 Comments

Can he juggle everything…including her? After raising his siblings and running the family pub for more than a decade, Aiden Walsh has set his own dreams aside. Until the most beautiful woman he’s ever seen stumbles into his bar, and his arms. Too bad Rebecca Day is the school psychologist […]



Book Review: Seek and Find by Dana Mentink

Book Review: Seek and Find by Dana Mentink

Posted July 6, 2016 / 10 Comments

Reporter Madison Coles wants to write an exposé on the crime spree rocking Desert Valley, Arizona—but the small town’s residents and police are tight-lipped. Even when Madison herself is attacked, the only help she can get is protection from rookie K-9 officer James Harrison and his trusty bloodhound. Suspicious of […]