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Great Beach Read

Once Upon a Prince by Rachel Hauck is a great beach read – light fare that you can put down for a minute while you take a dip in the ocean, then pick up again and enjoy for another hour.  … Continue reading

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Decisive – A New Perspective to Aid Decision-Making

Decisive by Chip and Dan Heath, encourages us to change how we make decisions.  Although this book is primarily written from a business perspective, many of the principles can be applied to personal decisions as well. The Heath brothers teach … Continue reading

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Smitten – A Great Place to Live

Secretly Smitten is the second book set in Smitten, Vermont by Colleen Coble, Kristin Billerbeck, Diann Hunt, and Denise Hunter.  Each author writes a section centering on a specific member of the Thomas family; sisters Tess, Zoe, Clare, and their … Continue reading

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Great Book for a Winter Day

There’s nothing I like more on a cold winter day than to curl up with a cup of hot tea and a good book.  And Come to the Table by Neta Jackson is a wonderful book to curl up with. … Continue reading

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Westerville Whiskey Wars Brought to Life

History comes alive in Lovelier than Daylight by Rosslyn Elliott.  The story is set in Westerville, Ohio during the Whiskey Wars of 1875-1879.  Susanna Hanby is searching for her nieces and nephews.  Her sister Rachel has disappeared after giving the … Continue reading

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Redemption and Forgiveness at Christmas in Victorian Scotland

Liz Curtis Higgs presents a wonderful Christmas story of forgiveness and redemption in A Wreath of Snow, framed in a setting of Victorian Scotland.  Our heroine, Meg Campbell, is taking a train from Stirling to Edinburgh, fleeing the city of … Continue reading

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Gripping Story of Emotional Healing

Prayers of a Stranger by Davis Bunn is subtitled A Christmas Journey.  While the story does take place in December, its message of healing makes it appropriate for any time of the year. Amanda Vance is the personal assistant to … Continue reading

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Thoughtful Novel about Discerning God’s Plan for Your Life

In A Path Toward Love, Cara Lynn James has written a thoughtful novel about forgiveness and discerning God’s plan for your life. Katherine Wainwright Osborne has always been one to flaunt society’s conventions.  In 1905, New York society daughters did … Continue reading

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Another Terrific Novel from Denise Hunter

The Trouble with Cowboys is another terrific novel in Denise Hunter’s Big Sky Romance series.  Annie Wilkerson is a horse trainer and part-time columnist.  But her paper has decided that a horse column no longer appeals to the readers, and … Continue reading

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Lis Wiehl Keeps You on the Edge of Your Seat

Darkness Rising is the middle book in Lis Wiehl and Pete Nelson’s East Salem trilogy.  Dani Harris is a forensic psychiatrist who serves as a consultant for the district attorney’s office in East Salem, NY.  Tommy Gunderson, her boyfriend and … Continue reading

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