Genre: Mystery

A Match for Emma by Pepper D. Basham – Book Review, Preview

A Match for Emma by Pepper D. Basham – Book Review, Preview

Welcome to the Blog + Review Tour & Giveaway for A Match for Emma by Pepper Basham,hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours! Have you read about King Josiah’s reaction when he first heard the words of the Book of the Law in 2 Kings 22:11, 19? How he wept and tore […]


Smoke Screen by Terri Blackstock – Book Review, Preview

Smoke Screen by Terri Blackstock – Book Review, Preview

by Phyllis Helton
November 11, 2019
Blog Tours, Book Reviews

Some books just tear me up inside while I’m reading them. Sometimes it is the circumstances of the characters’ lives. Sometimes it’s the choices they make. With Smoke Screen, it was both! Brenna and Nate’s families were both against seeing the two of them together. Brenna’s because they believed his […]




Hashtag Rogue by Chautona Havig – Book Review, Preview

Hashtag Rogue by Chautona Havig – Book Review, Preview

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 […]


One Final Breath by Lynn H. Blackburn – Book Review, Preview

One Final Breath by Lynn H. Blackburn – Book Review, Preview

by Phyllis Helton
September 13, 2019
Book Reviews

The Dive Team Investigations series has come to a breathtaking conclusion with the release of One Final Breath. Wow! What an adventure! I have loved the couples in each of these stories. That they all played a significant role throughout the series made it all the more enjoyable. This exciting […]



The Lady and the Highwayman by Sarah M. Eden – Book Review, Preview

The Lady and the Highwayman by Sarah M. Eden – Book Review, Preview

What a delightful story! I had so much fun reading The Lady and the Highwayman! While the concept isn’t entirely new, I loved the way author Sarah M. Eden executed it, going between Elizabeth’s story, then Fletcher’s, then a chapter of her novel, then one of his. Instead of making […]