Category: Book Reviews

Lost Christmas Memories by Dana Mentink – Book Review, Preview

Lost Christmas Memories by Dana Mentink – Book Review, Preview

I confess that there are some things in my past that I would like to forget. Just wipe them out and pretend they never happened. And there are things in my life that are delightful that I love to pull out of my memories and mull over. There is a […]


Shelter of the Most High by Connilyn Cossette – Book Review, Preview

Shelter of the Most High by Connilyn Cossette – Book Review, Preview

Refuge. Sanctuary. Haven. What do those words convey to you? In just reading them, do you sense a longing for that type of peace? Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you. Let me teach […]


Season of Joy by Alexa Verde – Book Review, Preview

Season of Joy by Alexa Verde – Book Review, Preview

I am happy to share with you an interview with author Alexa Verde that first appeared on Diversity Between the Pages, a blog that I am an occasional contributor for. Following the interview I will share my thoughts on her book, Season of Joy. Phyllis: Tell me something about Season […]




The Rancher’s Redemption by Melinda Curtis – Book Review, Preview

The Rancher’s Redemption by Melinda Curtis – Book Review, Preview

by Phyllis Helton
November 15, 2018
Book Reviews

I have really been enjoying the Return of the Blackwell Brothers series! Each of the authors has written a story that works so well with the others. I love the concept of each of the five brothers being called back to help with their grandfather’s ranch, one by one, in […]





Love’s Christmas Blessings by Laura V. Hilton & Rachel J. Good – Book Review

Love’s Christmas Blessings by Laura V. Hilton & Rachel J. Good – Book Review

My younger sister was not my biggest fan when we were growing up. I tried so hard to do things that would make her like me, but it seemed like everything I did just backfired. My mom kept telling me that she was jealous of me, but I still can’t […]