Category: Blog Tours

The Bells of New Cheltenham by Chautona Havig – Book Review

The Bells of New Cheltenham by Chautona Havig – Book Review

I have come to expect certain things from Chautona Havig’s stories. A deep spiritual message presented in a friendly, approachable manner. Quirky characters who warm my heart. Fun turns of phrases and perhaps a wordplay or two. And a plot that is interesting, perhaps with something unexpected thrown in to […]

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 […]

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 […]

Persian Betrayal by Terry Brennan – Book Review

Persian Betrayal by Terry Brennan – Book Review

My Thoughts The second book of the Empires of Armageddon series, Persian Betrayal continues Brain Mullaney’s adventures in protecting the US Embassy and the ambassador in Israel. Just as in Ishmael Covenant, it is filled with explosions, intrigue, and treachery. If you have not yet read Ishmael Covenant, be warned […]

His Pretend Amish Bride by Rachel J. Good – Book Review, Preview

His Pretend Amish Bride by Rachel J. Good – Book Review, Preview

When the bishop accused her of indiscretions with her long-time boyfriend that she didn’t commit, she was stunned into silence. As if discovering her boyfriend’s betrayal wasn’t enough pain, having him ask her to cover for him just added insult to injury. Yet Priscilla knew that if word got out, […]