Book Reviews

Reading is my utmost favourite thing to do and it is hardly something I get tired of. I hope that you enjoy the following reviews and love the books as much as I did πŸ™‚

Andrea Grigg – A Simple Mistake

Andrea Grigg – Too Pretty

Anne Mateer – At Every Turn

Ann Shorey – When The Heart Heals

Alison Stanley – Trust Me Twice

Becky Wade – My Stubborn

Becky Wade – Undeniably Yours

Candace Calvert – Trauma Plan

Candace Calvert – Critical Care

Candace Calvert – Rescue Team

Cara Lynn James – Love on a Dime

Colleen Coble – Lonestar Secrets

Colleen Coble – Safe In His Arms

Colleen Coble – The Lightkeeper’s Bride

C.T. Wells – The Kingdom of the Air

Dani Pettrey – Shattered

Dani Pettrey – Stranded

Dee Henderson – Jennifer: An O’Malley Love Story

Dee Henderson – Full Disclosure

Dee Henderson – The Truth Seeker

Denise Hunter – Surrender Bay

Denise Hunter – Sweetwater Gap

Denise Hunter – The Convenient Grooom

Denise Hunter – The Accidental Bride

Denise Hunter – The Trouble With Cowboys

Donna Fletcher Crow – An Unholy Communion

Elizabeth Camden – Against the Tide

Elizabeth Camden – Into The Whirlwind

Elizabeth Maddrey – Wisdom To Know

Elizabeth Yalian – Black Coat With a Silver Lining

Deed, Resce, Vince & Dee – The Greenfield Legacy

Francine Rivers – Atonement Child

Gina Holmes – Wings of Glass

Irene Hannon – Fatal Judgement

Irene Hannon – Lethal Legacy

Jen Turano – A Change of Fortune

Jen Turano – A Most Peculiar Circumstance

Jen Turano – Gentleman of her Dreams

Jennifer DeLamere – An Heiress at Heart

Jenny B. Jones – Save The Date

Jenny B. Jones – There You’ll Find Me

Jo-Anne Berthelsen – The Inheritance

Jody Hedlund – A Noble Groom

Jody Hedlund – The Doctor’s Lady

Jody Hedlund – Unending Devotion

Julie Klassen – The Maid of Fairbourne Hall

Julie Lessman – Love At Any Cost

Kathleen Morgan – A Heart Divided

Krista Mcgee – First Date

Kristin Billerbeck – A Billion Reasons Why

Kylie Bissutti – I’m No Angel (Biography)

Laura O’Connel – Web of Lies

Laura Frantz – Love’s Reckoning

Laura Frantz – Love’s Awakening

Laurie Alice Eakes – Lady In The Mist

Laurie Alice Eakes – Heart’s Safe Passage

Lynette Eason – When A Heart Stops

MaryLu Tyndall – Forsaken Dreams

MaryLu Tyndall – Surrender The Heart

Margaret Brownley – Gunpowder Tea

Margaret Brownley – Dawn Comes Early

Margaret Brownley – A Lady Like Sarah

Melissa Jagears – A Bride for Keeps

Maureen Lang – All In Good Time

Miranda A. Uyeh – To Die Once

Nancy Mehl – Inescapable

Pam Hillman – Claiming Mariah

Lauren Scruggs and the Scruggs Family – Still Lolo (Biography)

Lori Copeland – Walker’s Wedding

Rosslyn Elliot – Fairer Than Morning

Sharlene MacLaren – Sofia’s Secret

Shelley Gray – A Texan’s Promise

Shelley Gray – A Texan’s Choice

Shirley Corder – Strength Renewed (Biography)

Susan May Warren – Take A Chance on Me

Susan May Warren – It Had To Be You

Susan May Warren – When I Fall In Love

Tamera Alexanda – To Whisper Her Name

Tracie Peterson – The Miner’s Lady

20 thoughts on “Book Reviews

  1. Have you ever read any of Karen Kingsbury? I LOVE her. She is a Christian author who has written over 45 books about real life. My two favorite series’ of hers are the Redemption Series and the Firstborn Series. Lots of romance! πŸ™‚

    • No, I haven’t actually. But my eyes are on her books!! I shall have a look at those series. Does she write similar to Francine Rivers? I have just finished reading ‘The Atonement Child’ and ‘Redeeming Love’. They were amazing – highly recommended!!
      Haha yay!! Can’t go wrong with romance πŸ˜‰

      • Really!! Well, it depends. I believe she has a mixture of both. Her latest releases are more modern I believe, however I haven’t actually read it. But for the ones I have read, yes, I would rank them more on the historical side.

  2. Make sure you check out this fabulous new e-book. It’s Christian fiction suspense with a bit of romance thrown in. I absolutely LOVED it! And was also privileged to get a sneak peek, as I was part of the design and editing team. This link will take you to one of the opening chapters:

    http://jackdey.com/2013/11/11/mahina2/

    If you like that one, you can check out eight more sample chapters here ~ and it’s on a special pre-release price at the moment too πŸ™‚

    http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/375514

    Let me know what you think, ok?

    • Thank so much for visiting πŸ™‚
      I know! I looked at my list just the other day and am astonished at how many books I have read!! The list is also about to get longer. I might have to sort them out differently again πŸ™‚

  3. Hi! Thanks for checking out my blog. I have a book suggestion for you that I think you will like. It’s called Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers. Rivers uses the story of Hosea and adds a more modern (but still set back in the industrialization era) twist. The book is truly a gem!

    • Yes, I know!! Their are a lot of books πŸ™‚ I have recommended my favourite ones in previous comments, which you have probably already read.
      Your welcome! πŸ˜€

    • Well definately those books by Denise Hunter, Colleen Coble and Marylu Tyndall. Then there is the Tamera Alexanda book “To Whisper Her Name” and Jenny B Jones. Another favourite of mine was “A Simple Mistake” by Andrea Grigg. I Hope that narrows it down for you a little πŸ™‚

      • Thanks! I have read and enjoyed books by Hunter and Coble, so when I have a chance I’ll probably check out the others. Finding another author to enjoy is like making a new friend!! πŸ˜‰

      • Have to agree with you on that one πŸ˜€
        There is also another book that I have forgotten to recommend- Claiming Mariah by Pam Hillman. It is a romance novel unable to be left alone!!!

  4. Hello!
    Thanks for stopping by at my blog, liking my post and commenting. So glad to connect with another Christian book blogger! Now that I’ve found you, will be stopping by often.

  5. HI there – thanks so much for liking my blogpost! Interested to see that you review Christian books too. There’s a new one I think you might be interested in – it’s supposed to be for kids, but I think it is absolutely for adults too. Look on amazon for Zoe Pencarrow and the River of Life by Dan Robertson. They have the reviews in the first 10 pages you can read online. It’s so full of Jesus’ love, and makes you just want to laugh and cry again and again. Let me know if you like it!
    I’ll enjoy seeing what you are up to next.
    Blessings
    Janet

    • Thanks so much for the recommendation! I shall do my best to read it and get back to you πŸ™‚ Thanks also for visiting my blog. Hope to see you in the future πŸ™‚

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