Category: Book Reviews

My Fair Lacey & A Perfect Fit by Janette Rallison – Book Review, Preview

My Fair Lacey & A Perfect Fit by Janette Rallison – Book Review, Preview

Janette Rallison is on my list of favorite authors – hurry and buy any book she has written. Her writing style is so much fun! Both of the stories in this new book were in previous Echo Ridge Anthologies, and I had reviewed them as part of those collections, but […]



A Pirate at Pembroke by Danielle Thorne – Book Review, Preview

A Pirate at Pembroke by Danielle Thorne – Book Review, Preview

by Phyllis Helton
June 18, 2018
Book Reviews

I appreciate characters who are slightly imperfect. Not that I want them to have too many flaws, but reading about a brilliant, talented and absolutely stunning woman is just way too hard to relate to. Sophie is wonderfully untalented and is not especially attractive, at least according to her standards. […]


Destitutio Quod Remissio by Brett Armstrong – Book Review, Preview

Destitutio Quod Remissio by Brett Armstrong – Book Review, Preview

Spiritual conversations. Sharing your testimony. Witnessing. Fulfilling the Great Commission. We have many different ways of labeling the act of telling others about the sacrifice that Jesus made for us on the cross. Then there are all the various “techniques” that we have to do this. Evangelism Explosion. The Romans Road. […]




The Captured Bride by Michelle Griep – Book Review, Preview, Guest Post

The Captured Bride by Michelle Griep – Book Review, Preview, Guest Post

Mercy. For some, it is an expression akin to “yikes!” The word stems from a Latin word meaning “reward” and a French word meaning “pity”. The Bible tells us that our sin has separated us from God and that without Christ, we deserve an eternity in Hell. God, in His […]


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 […]