Review of “Where Hope Begins” by Catherine West

Review of “Where Hope Begins” by Catherine West

Book description from Goodreads: In the aftermath of her husband’s act of adultery and abandonment, Savannah must finally face the ghosts that haunt her and discover for herself whether authentic faith, grace, and ultimate healing really do exist. When her husband of twenty-one years leaves her, Savannah Barrington believes she’s lost almost everything she’s ever loved. With her daughter in college and her son in boarding school, Savannah retreats to her parents’ lake house in the Berkshires, where hope and…

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A Review of “Love in Store” by Vannetta Chapman

A Review of “Love in Store” by Vannetta Chapman

  Book Description from Amazon: “It’s never too late for love, but danger could spoil the heart’s plans. Stella Schrock works at the Old Mill in Nappanee, Indiana, with new employee David Stoltzfus, a recent widower. When strange happenings begin occurring around town, it appears as if someone wants to close the mill. Stella and David have to work together to solve the mystery of what is happening at the Old Amish Mill, and in the process they might just…

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A Review of “The Wedding Quilt Bride” by Marta Perry

A Review of “The Wedding Quilt Bride” by Marta Perry

Book description from Goodreads: The single mom’s second chance… To become one of the Brides of Lost Creek! Widow Rebecca Mast returns to her Amish community with her son and a dream—to own a quilt shop. Carpenter Daniel King is determined to help Rebecca and revive their childhood friendship. But as he bonds with her son, Rebecca’s afraid the secret she’s been keeping will be revealed. Can Daniel convince Rebecca he’s a man she can trust—and love? My Review: I…

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Review of the CSB Women’s Study Bible

Review of the CSB Women’s Study Bible

        Bible description from Amazon: “The most comprehensive study Bible ever prepared for women and by women, the CSB Study Bible for Women invites you to explore the riches of God’s Word. Follow God’s grand story across the Bible, guided by threads of specialized study that explain essential doctrines, answer hard questions, discuss biblical womanhood, and apply truth to our hearts and lives.   The CSB Study Bible for Women is edited by Dr. Dorothy Kelley Patterson and Dr. Rhonda Harrington…

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Review of “Miracle in Shreveport” by David and Jason Benham

Review of “Miracle in Shreveport” by David and Jason Benham

Book description from Amazon: “Twin brothers David and Jason Benham grew up with big dreams of baseball and an even bigger trust in God. Though they attended a small high school with no baseball field, turned down a professional offer so they could attend college together, and faced more than one missed pitch and injuries, they kept dreaming, praying together on the field, and believing in God’s provision for their lives. David and Jason’s journey, from Little League to college…

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A Review of ” Lone Witness” by Rachel Dylan

A Review of ” Lone Witness” by Rachel Dylan

Description from Amazon.com: “Prosecutor Sophie Dawson’s first job in the White Collar division of the Fulton County D.A.’s office is to build a case against a local bank employee who may be cheating clients. But when circumstances beyond her control leave her as the only witness to a double homicide involving a vengeful gang, her world is turned upside down. Former Atlanta police officer turned private security guard Cooper Knight is hired to ensure that Sophie is kept safe. But…

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Review of ” Raising World Changers in A Changing World” by Kristin Welch

Review of ” Raising World Changers in A Changing World” by Kristin Welch

Description from Amazon.com: “Almost any parent you asked would tell you that they want their children to be happy, successful adults. But many of us forget (or never knew to begin with) that lasting personal joy is not necessarily found the way the world says it is–through reaching a certain socioeconomic status, having a certain job, buying a certain house, or having a certain amount in one’s bank account. In fact, says Kristen Welch, popular blogger and author of Raising Grateful…

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Review of the book “Julie” by Catherine Marshall

Review of the book “Julie” by Catherine Marshall

Title: Julie Author: Catherine Marshall Publisher: Gilead Publishing Re-Issued Date: April 17, 2018 Genre: Historical Romance FictionLinks*:  Goodreads l Amazon l ChristianBook l Book Depository l Itunes *A New York Times bestseller* Will the dam hold? Julie Wallace has always wanted to write. Trying to escape the Great Depression, Julie’s father buys the Alderton Sentinel, a small-town newspaper in flood-prone Alderton, Pennsylvania, and moves his family there. As flash floods ominously increase, Julie’s investigative reporting uncovers secrets that could endanger the entire community. Julie, the newspaper, and her family are thrown into a perilous…

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Book Review of “Refuge of the Heart” by Ruth Logan Herne

Book Review of “Refuge of the Heart” by Ruth Logan Herne

  Book description from Amazon: “District Attorney Mitchell Sanderson lost his family to tragedy. He became a dogged prosecutor with an enviable conviction rate. But when faith, conscience and love of a troubled refugee ripple the smooth waters of his existence, can Mitch risk everything for love? Magdalena Serida fought her way out of a government-quelled uprising in Chechnya. The church-sponsored refugee knows the horrors of war first-hand. Now in America with her five-year-old sister, Lena is uncertain who to…

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Review of “The Road Home” by Beverly Lewis

Review of “The Road Home” by Beverly Lewis

                322 pages; Bethany House Publishers Description from Goodreads..com: “Lena Rose Schwartz hadn’t planned to leave her Old Order community in Centerville, Michigan. But then, she could not have foreseen the accident that made her and her siblings orphans. After her parents’ funeral, her younger brothers and sisters are farmed out to various nearby relatives. But when the deacon in charge of the arrangements tells her there aren’t places enough for everyone, she…

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