Have you ever read a new book in a series and thought “I’m totally lost! Should have re-read the other books first!”? This happens to me sometimes, especially when the series has lots of missing pieces. After all, I read so many books; there could be as many as 50 […]
Author: Chautona Havig
While camping in Joshua Tree National Park, my dad was teaching me to ride my bike. I remember wobbling along and making progress. Then it happened! I fell and hit my head! Yes, this was before the days of bike helmets. After crying in a lounge chair nursing my ache, […]
Leave it to Chautona Havig to take a perfectly ridiculous concept and work it into a story in a way that actually makes sense and teaches great lessons along the way! Do I have your attention now? Because it isn’t really ridiculous. It’s just not done by Christians. The idea […]
I find it very difficult to pass up any book by Chautona Havig. I discovered her works when I got my first Kindle almost seven years ago and have read most of what she has written. One of the things I love about her books is the way they are […]
As Madeline heads off on her first undercover assignment with the Pinkertons, her disguise is so perfect even Russell doesn’t recognize her. Transforming herself into the fashion-challenged and somewhat simple Jane Sempleton, she heads off to solve the mysteries of the world. Or at least the Wintherwood, Ohio bank world. […]
My husband and I have spoken about how I probably wouldn’t have liked him very much before he was saved, if I would have liked him at all. Sometimes I ponder just how amazing it is that God doesn’t love us because we have given our lives to Him and […]
My sister told me recently that her curiosity finally got the better of her and so she read Pride and Prejudice for the first time. And that she couldn’t figure out how in the world it is such a classic. After all, how in the world could anyone fall for […]
The four stories in this collection are all very different from each other. Starting with intense suspense set in Alaska, moving to a bookstore in a small town in New York, then to a dyslexic dress designer in Minnesota, and finally, to a small town somewhere in the Midwest with […]
My heart jumped into my throat as I watched the plastic-wrapped plastic forks drop onto the table. NO! I thought. Not those!
What in the world were the car keys doing in the refrigerator?