Category: Book Reviews

Tremors of Doubt by Lael Harrelson – Book Review, Guest Post, Preview

Tremors of Doubt by Lael Harrelson – Book Review, Guest Post, Preview

Have you ever ridden a bus in a foreign country? When my husband and I got married, we were young and poor as church mice. (We actually were church mice!) We had reservations just outside of Ensenada, Mexico, for our honeymoon. My parents had taken off on a trip of their […]


Loving Grace by April Smith – Book Review, Preview

Loving Grace by April Smith – Book Review, Preview

by Phyllis Helton
June 11, 2018
Book Reviews

Watermelon. The search term returns lots of results talking about the numerous health benefits. Depending on which link you believe, there are 9 or 13 of these benefits. If you modify your search and look for watermelon recipes, a slew of sites and articles pop up, including one for watermelon cupcakes. […]



Her Big Fat Dreamy Billionaire Ex by Victorine Lieske – Book Review, Preview

Her Big Fat Dreamy Billionaire Ex by Victorine Lieske – Book Review, Preview

by Phyllis Helton
June 9, 2018
Book Reviews

As a people-pleaser, I tend to not play practical jokes. I think up lots of things I could do, but don’t often follow-through for fear of someone being hurt or losing productivity at work or whatever the other reason is that I find to not play them. There was that […]



This Wilderness Journey by Misty M. Beller – Book Review, Guest Post, Preview

This Wilderness Journey by Misty M. Beller – Book Review, Guest Post, Preview

When I was a little girl, I thought I would be a teacher when I grew up. Occasionally other careers came to mind for me, acting, singing, social work, but for the most part, teaching remained my main objective. If you had even suggested to me that I might have […]


Just This Moment by Joyce DiPastena – Book Review, Preview

Just This Moment by Joyce DiPastena – Book Review, Preview

by Phyllis Helton
June 7, 2018
Book Reviews

The idea of losing my eyesight is one that does not appeal to me at all. Just trying to imagine life without seeing light or colors or faces makes me shudder. Being condemned to darkness, especially after knowing what it is like to see, seems like such a frightening thing. […]



A Cowboy of Convenience by Stacy Henrie – Book Review, Preview

A Cowboy of Convenience by Stacy Henrie – Book Review, Preview

On Tour with Prism Book Tours What are things that make you afraid? Spiders? Being late for work? Sickness? Death? Sometimes the things we fear are just silly worry kinds of things and sometimes they are much more serious. I have a terrible fear of heights. It affects me in […]


JFK to Dublin by Brooke St. James – Book Review, Preview

JFK to Dublin by Brooke St. James – Book Review, Preview

I really enjoyed this story. It was sweet and interesting. Colin was the best! Without giving a spoiler, the scene in the garden was absolutely perfect! And the one following it. This was a lovely, clean romance. Preview of JFK To Dublin Excerpt “What are you thinking when you look […]