Month: September 2020

The Soldier’s Lady by Susanne Dietze, Janette Foreman, Gabrielle Meyer, and Lorna Seilstad – Book Review

The Soldier’s Lady by Susanne Dietze, Janette Foreman, Gabrielle Meyer, and Lorna Seilstad – Book Review

by Phyllis Helton
September 24, 2020
Book Reviews

I had just finished reading the Love’s Pure Light collection with a story by Susanne Dietze. I enjoyed it and quickly signed up for her newsletter and discovered this newly released collection with a story by her as well. So, of course, I grabbed a copy of The Soldier’s Lady. […]

A Ranger for the Twins by Tanya Agler – Book Review

A Ranger for the Twins by Tanya Agler – Book Review

How can you not admire a woman who remains in the small town she has always lived in despite the animosity of the townsfolk towards her? Determined to hold on to her parent’s heritage and provide for her twins after her husband’s (excuse me, ex-husband’s!) treachery towards those who trusted […]

The Librarian of Boone’s Hollow by Kim Vogel Sawyer – Book Review

The Librarian of Boone’s Hollow by Kim Vogel Sawyer – Book Review

by Phyllis Helton
September 17, 2020
Book Reviews

The Librarian of Boone’s Hollow is such a beautiful story of faith, hope, and love! I loved the way that both Addie and Emmett clung tightly to their faith and the things their parents had taught them. Each showed strength of character when faced with superstition, prejudice, and suspicion. Told […]

To Love a Prince by Rachel Hauck – Book Review

To Love a Prince by Rachel Hauck – Book Review

I have mixed feelings regarding stories about royalty. Partly out of a concern that they can make women discontented with their lot in life – that they aren’t likely to marry a prince. And largely because they often feel over-the-top. And yet, there is something so enjoyable imagining what it […]