Jan 062019
 

Karen Witemeyer has earned a place on my favorite author list. To Win Her Heart is a story of healing for Christians living in real-world experiences. Eden and Levi show us a story of redemption and heartfelt prayers. Levi could have let his hurt become hate. Most of us would if we had his scars.  But this author wrote Levi’s story so beautifully and offset it with Eden’s story of pain and better-than -those-people-sin. In a way that made her faith grow. The plot is excellent, the writing terrific and the narrator—well it’s Theresa Plummer. She is one of the best.  I realized I read Witemeyer because of the narrator. Plummer chooses well-crafted books to work on. Click here for more.

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May 022018
 

I love Rachel Hauck’s writing. Can’t wait for her new book! “A few years ago I had the idea of a young, contemporary couple meeting by “accident” only to learn that their great-grandparents were in love but time, life, family, war, or society made their love impossible. I suppose there are a hundred ways to tell such a [read more…]

Mar 052018
 
Powerful Historical Fiction

Tamera Alexander exceeds her usual blend of history and fiction in From a Distances. This story stretches across the country, pulling the decades together into a place where we can see and feel God building faith in the characters and our own heart. Not only does this author use true history, not today’s made up [read more…]

Jan 022018
 
Fyffe Recommended

 Caroline Fyffe writes excellent plots with well-developed characters. When Luke McCutcheon lands in jail as the prime suspect of a horrific murder, and Francis, his loyal ranch hand strives to save him, Francis has to cope with local school teacher Ashley Adair’s strong will. I really enjoyed the romance between these two. For those who [read more…]