Month: June 2020

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, […]

The Story Hunter by Lindsay A. Franklin – Book Review, Preview

The Story Hunter by Lindsay A. Franklin – Book Review, Preview

by Phyllis Helton
June 26, 2020
Book Reviews

Is it possible for a person to truly change? Can vengeance right a wrong? Author Lindsay A. Franklin investigates the answers to these questions in this fascinating conclusion to The Weaver Trilogy. I have really enjoyed following Tannie’s adventures through this series. As the scope of her adventure expands, so […]

Once Upon an Irish Summer by Lisa T. Bergren – Book Review

Once Upon an Irish Summer by Lisa T. Bergren – Book Review

I really want to visit Ireland now! It only took a moment for me to be drawn into this delightful story! Filled with rich depictions of the beautiful countryside and just enough brogue to add appropriate flavor, Once Upon an Irish Summer was just right. Meeting quite by accident – […]

Love’s Autumn Harvest by Patricia Lee – Pre-Order

Love’s Autumn Harvest by Patricia Lee – Pre-Order

by Phyllis Helton
June 15, 2020
Cover Reveal

Love’s Autumn Harvestby Patricia Lee Series: Mended Hearts #1.5 Published by Mountain Brook Ink Publication Date August 1, 2020 Genres: Christian Fiction, Clean Romance Setting: Oregon Contemporary Main Character Ages: 60+ Written for: Adults Pages: 292 Synopsis: All Eily McKintrick needed was an onion. Across the fence an entire garden […]

The Best We’ve Been by Beth K. Vogt – Book Review, Preview

The Best We’ve Been by Beth K. Vogt – Book Review, Preview

by Phyllis Helton
June 15, 2020
Book Reviews

Be prepared for an emotional rollercoaster! Having read the previous books in The Thatchter Sisters series, I had already formed an opinion of Johanna. Harsh. Rigid. Driven. Selfish. Closed off. Not exactly my favorite of the girls. Now I was able to find out why. Confession time! Despite the prologue […]