I do not stalk royalty on the internet (or in any other way!). I didn’t watch the royal wedding and can’t tell you much of anything about who the prince of which country is and honestly couldn’t even tell you what countries even still have royalty. Other than Great Britain, […]
Genre: Clean Romance
There is a reason I’m not an author. Other than the fact that I would rather curl up with a book than sit at my computer typing one out. There might even be two or three reasons.
Candee Fick is another author that I was introduced to just this year. As soon as I read her book, I signed up to be on her mailing list and asked her to share her testimony on Songs of Salvation, which she did – thank you, Candee! Her next book, […]
High tea at the Ritz-Carlton isn’t an everyday occurrence for me, as you can probably imagine. And yet, my dear friend Kit felt it was important to treat me for my birthday. She was such a sweet lady, always thinking of others and always giving of herself. Having tea in […]
This collection has books from several authors I know and love and several authors who are not as familiar to me. In the interest of keeping the review a reasonable length, I am sharing my thoughts on three of the stories. The rating is based on the highest rated.
Blog Tour Schedule October 2 Encouraging Words from the Tea Queen Emily Yager Blooming with Books Remembrancy Among the Reads October 3 Puddletown Reviews Heidi Reads… My Book a Day Katie’s Clean Book Collection October 4 Reading, Writing & Stitch-Metic Jorie Loves A Story Maiden of the Pages Why Not […]
The Christmas in Romance series is a six book, multi-author series taking place in the fictional town of Romance, Oregon. If you’ve been following my blog for long, you might remember the Fall into Romance Collection which first introduced this town last November. This new series will be releasing one […]
Here is a final excerpt from Dream of Her Heart. But, seriously, stop reading these excerpts – go buy the book! Excerpt Drops of rain started to fall and she looked up as Zane stepped in front of her. “Care to dance with me?” he asked, holding out his hands. […]
It is easy to look at things someone else does and consider it to be a much worse sin than our own. After all, in comparison to Hitler, how bad could I possibly be, right? I think we become much more like the Pharisees than we would ever want to […]
As the shore faded away in the distance, I remembered a very important detail. I get seasick. Having not been on many boats in my life, it is easy to see why I would forget this important detail. The interesting thing about this is that if I can see land, […]