Book Review: ‘The Haunting At Bonaventure Circus’ by Jaime Jo Wright

About The Book:

The Bonaventure Circus is a refuge for many, but Pippa Ripley was rejected from its inner circle as a baby. When she receives mysterious messages from someone called the “Watchman,” she is determined to find him and the connection to her birth. As Pippa’s search leads her to a man seeking justice for his murdered sister and evidence that a serial killer has been haunting the circus train, she must decide if uncovering her roots is worth putting herself directly in the path of the killer.

Present Day
The old circus train depot will either be torn down or preserved for historical importance, and its future rests on real estate project manager Chandler Faulk’s shoulders. As she dives deep into the depot’s history, she’s also balancing a newly diagnosed autoimmune disease and the pressures of single motherhood. When she discovers clues to the unsolved murders of the past, Chandler is pulled into a story far darker and more haunting than even an abandoned train depot could portend. 

About Jaime Jo Wright

Daphne du Maurier and Christy Award-Winning author, Jaime Jo Wright resides in the hills of Wisconsin writing suspenseful, mysteries stained with history’s secrets. Jaime lives in dreamland, exists in reality, and invites you to join her adventures at!

My Rating: 4 Stars!

‘Sometimes God brought peace in the most unusual and outside-the-norm ways.’

Once again the past and future collide in Jaime Jo Wright’s signature time slip novel. She captured my attention with her very first book in this vein and it hasn’t dimmed since. Love her work.

1928. Pippa has been abandoned in the circus and taken in by the owner. Bonaventure Circus is quite popular and they settle in this Wisconsin town in the winter. Strange goings on are noticed by many and Pippa is captured by the attention of The Watchman, who she believes knows the secret of her parentage. But her interest is going to lead to disastrous results if she isn’t careful.

Present Day. Chandler Faulk is heading the renovation of the old circus train depot to restore its historical significance. She’s carrying a heavy load with a newly diagnosed autoimmune disorder, and single parenthood. She accidentally discovers clues to the unsolved murders involving the circus of decades earlier. Soon she’s in a battle for her life if she herself isn’t careful.

Wright again takes us on a riveting and fast paced journey into the past as it slams into the present day. I love how she combines the two and propels the reader into both worlds, while at the same time, building the momentum until it crashes around you and you’ve never guessed who and what was going on. I devoured this! Recommended.

*My thanks to Bethany House Publishers for a copy of this book via Net Galley. 

Publisher: Bethany House
Publication Date: September 1, 2020
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Book Review: ‘The Christmas Swap’ by Melody Carlson

About The Book

All Emma Daley wants this holiday season is a white Christmas. But the young teacher and struggling musician sure can’t find that in sunny Arizona. Luckily, there’s someone living in a perfect mountain home in the Colorado Rockies looking to make a vacation trade this year.

Tyler Prescott is an in-demand songwriter and talented musician who put his own singing career on hold to write songs for celebrity acts to perform. When his mother convinces him to do a vacation trade for Christmas, he never imagined one of the houseguests would be so sweet–or so strikingly pretty. Naturally, he decides to stick around, and, to get better acquainted, he poses as the house’s caretaker. But when Emma’s friend Gillian discovers his true identity and sets her sights on him, things
get . . . messy.

Fan favorite Melody Carlson is back with another delightful Christmas tale to warm your heart on those cold winter evenings. 

Melody Carlson is the award-winning author of over two hundred books, several of them Christmas novellas from Revell, including her much-loved and bestselling book, The Christmas Bus.

She also writes many teen books, including the Diary of a Teenage Girl series, the TrueColors series, and the Carter House Girls series.

Melody was nominated for a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award in the inspirational market for her books, including the Notes from a Spinning Planet series and Finding Alice, which is in production as a Lifetime Television movie. She and her husband serve on the Young Life adult committee in central Oregon.

My Rating: 4 Stars!

Reading Melody Carlson’s yearly Christmas book is a tradition for me. I never miss one. She always brings her readers a wonderful and delightful story for the holidays. This one is no exception. Sweet characters and a precious little storyline. I enjoyed every single minute.

*My thanks to Revell Publishing for a copy of this book. The opinion here is my own.

Publisher: Revell Publishing
Publication Date: September 1, 2020
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Book Review: ‘Mountain Laurel’ by Lori Benton

About The Book

North Carolina, 1793
Ian Cameron, a Boston cabinetmaker turned frontier trapper, has come to Mountain Laurel hoping to remake himself yet again–into his planter uncle’s heir. No matter how uneasily the role of slave owner rests upon his shoulders. Then he meets Seona–beautiful, artistic, and enslaved to his kin.

Seona has a secret: she’s been drawing for years, ever since that day she picked up a broken slate to sketch a portrait. When Ian catches her at it, he offers her opportunity to let her talent flourish, still secretly, in his cabinetmaking shop. Taking a frightening leap of faith, Seona puts her trust in Ian. A trust that leads to a deeper, more complicated bond.

As fascination with Seona turns to love, Ian can no longer be the man others have wished him to be. Though his own heart might prove just as untrustworthy a guide, he cannot simply walk away from those his kin enslaves. With more lives than his and Seona’s in the balance, the path Ian chooses now will set the course for generations of Camerons to come.

A story of choice and consequence, of bondage and freedom, of faith and family. 

Lori Benton was born and raised east of the Appalachian Mountains, surrounded by early American and family history going back to the 1600s. Her novels transport readers to the 18th century, where she brings to life the Colonial and early Federal periods of American history, creating a melting pot of characters drawn from both sides of a turbulent and shifting frontier, brought together in the bonds of God’s transforming grace.

When she isn’t writing, reading, or researching 18th century history, Lori enjoys exploring the mountains with her husband.

Burning Sky, Lori’s debut novel, was a finalist for the ECPA 2014 Christian Book Award, and winner of the 2014 Christy Award for First Novel, Historical, and Book of the Year.
Publisher: Tyndale House
Publication Date: September 1, 2020
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Book Review: ‘Airborne’ by Diann Mills

About The Book:

Heather Lawrence’s long-awaited vacation to Salzburg wasn’t supposed to go like this. Mere hours into the transatlantic flight, the Houston FBI agent is awakened when passengers begin exhibiting horrific symptoms of an unknown infection. As the virus quickly spreads and dozens of passengers fall ill, Heather fears she’s witnessing an epidemic similar to ones her estranged husband studies for a living–but this airborne contagion may have been deliberately released.

While Heather remains quarantined with other survivors, she works with her FBI colleagues to identify the person behind this attack. The prime suspect? Dr. Chad Lawrence, an expert in his field . . . and Heather’s husband. The Lawrences’ marriage has been on the rocks since Chad announced his career took precedence over his wife and future family and moved out.

As more victims fall prey days after the initial outbreak, time’s running out to hunt down the killer, one who may be closer to the victims than anyone ever expected. 

DiAnn Mills is a bestselling author who believes her readers should expect an adventure. She weaves memorable characters with unpredictable plots to create action-packed, suspense-filled novels. DiAnn believes every breath of life is someone’s story, so why not capture those moments and create a thrilling adventure?

Her titles have appeared on the CBA and ECPA bestseller lists; won two Christy Awards; and been finalists for the RITA, Daphne Du Maurier, Inspirational Readers’ Choice, and Carol award contests.

DiAnn is a founding board member of the American Christian Fiction Writers, a member of Advanced Writers and Speakers Association, Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and International Thriller Writers. She is director of The Blue Ridge Mountain Christian Writers Conference, Mountainside Marketing Retreat, Mountainside Novelist Retreat, Mountainside Nonfiction Retreat, and Mountainside Speaker’s Retreat with social media specialist Edie Melson where she continues her passion for helping other writers be successful. She speaks to various groups and teaches writing workshops around the country.

DiAnn has been termed a coffee snob and roasts her own coffee beans. She’s an avid reader, loves to cook, and believes her grandchildren are the smartest kids in the universe. She and her husband live in sunny Houston, Texas.

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My Rating: 4 Stars!

When an FBI agent is on a plane on which a deadly virus is unleashed, chaos ensues. Then her estranged doctor husband is implicated. Did he do this to get rid of her? Yikes! In this current climate, this book has creepy undertones. Mills hits the ground running. Recommended.

*My thanks to Tyndale House for a copy of this book. My review ire is my own opinion.

Book Review: ‘Love’s Pure Light’ by Susanne Dietze, Shannon McNear, Janine Rosche, and Deborah Raney

About The Book

Be transported to unique time periods as you follow a treasured family nativity set through four generations of the Shepherd family.
While Shepherds Watch Are Keeping by Susanne Dietze
Massachusetts, 1899
This Christmas, Pastor Seth Shepherd has little to offer his flock of congregants in their time of need until Jessalyn Grant, a mysterious newcomer, comes to his aid.
The Wise Guy and the Star by Shannon McNear
Charleston, South Carolina, to Kansas City, Missouri, 1919
While journeying by train, Stella Shepherd befriends war veteran Nat Wise. She helps him find renewed faith in God, but could he also be the answer to the wanderings of her own heart?
On Angel Wings by Janine Rosche
Kansas City, Missouri, 1945
Elodie Wise plans a fundraising ball with the help of her friend Benjamin Gabriel. But can she look past the swanky Hollywood headliner to see the man who truly loves her?
Making Room at the Inn by Deborah Raney
Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Present Day
Benjie Gabriel thinks the chef’s position she’s just taken at an award-winning bed and breakfast is temporary—just a stepping stone. The B&B’s owner, Trevor Keye, thinks the same. Will five months be long enough for them to figure out that what they’ve each been longing for, praying for, is right beneath their noses? 

About Susanne Dietze

Susanne Dietze began writing love stories in high school, casting her friends in the starring roles. Today, she’s an award-winning, RWA RITA®-nominated author who’s seen her work on the ECPA, Amazon, and Publisher’s Weekly Bestseller Lists for Inspirational Fiction. Married to a pastor and the mom of two, Susanne lives in California and enjoys fancy-schmancy tea parties, genealogy, the beach, and curling up on the couch with a costume drama. To learn more, visit her website,, and sign up for her newsletter:

About Shannon McNear
Shannon McNear loves losing herself in local history. A Midwestern farm girl who lived in Charleston, South Carolina, for more than two decades before being transplanted to North Dakota, she’s a military wife, mother of 8, and a member of ACFW and RWA. When not cooking, researching, or leaking story from her fingertips, she enjoys being outdoors, basking in the beauty of the northern prairies.
About Janine Rosche
Prone to wander, Janine Rosche finds as much comfort on the open road as she does at home. This longing to chase adventure, behold splendor, and experience redemption is woven into each of her rustic romance novels in the Madison River Romance series. When she isn’t writing or traveling, she teaches family life education courses to college students, takes too many pictures of her sleeping dogs, and embarrasses her four children and husband with boy band serenades.
About Deborah Raney
DEBORAH RANEY’s first novel, A Vow to Cherish, inspired the World Wide Pictures film of the same title and launched Deb’s writing career. Twenty-five years later, she has written more than thirty-five books, including novels for imprints of Random House, Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins, and Harlequin. Deb is on the board of the 2600-member American Christian Fiction Writers and teaches at writers conferences around the country. Her novels have won RWA’s RITA Award, the ACFW Carol Award, the National Readers Choice Award, and the HOLT Medallion. She is also a three-time Christy Award finalist. Deb is a recent Missouri transplant, having moved with her husband, Ken Raney, from their native Kansas to be closer to kids and grandkids. They love road trips, Thursday garage sale dates, and breakfast on the screened porch overlooking their wooded backyard. Visit Deb on the Web at

My Rating: 4 Stars!

Such a wonderful collection of novellas, beginning in 1899 and ending in the present day. All have a certain nativity set in common and it was fascinating to watch for it in each one. Deborah Rainey had the last contribution and she ended the collection perfectly!

*My thanks to Barbour Publishing for a copy of this book via Net Galley. This review is my own opinion.

Publisher: Barbour Publishing
Publication Date: September 1,2020

Book Review: ‘Almost A Bride’ (Bride Ships Book 4) by Jody Hedlund

About The Book:

Always close, but never a bride.

Longing to find true love, Kate Millington arrives in British Columbia on a bride ship. With countless men waiting to snag a bride, Kate has no trouble getting engaged. It’s staying engaged that’s the problem. After traveling to the remote mining town of Williamsville to marry her newest fiancé, she finds herself single again.

As the prosperous owner of a gold mine, Zeke Hart has everything he’s ever wanted except for a wife. At Kate’s arrival, he takes it upon himself to protect his childhood friend from the men clamoring to court her. The more he renews her friendship, the more he wants to win her for himself. But as much as Kate admires Zeke, she’s resolved not to marry someone who doesn’t share her faith.

When Zeke begins receiving anonymous threats, he unwittingly puts them both in grave danger. In the midst of peril, the past rises up to haunt them both, and Zeke realizes the fight for Kate’s affection may be his biggest challenge yet. 

About Jody Hedlund

Jody Hedlund is the author of over thirty historicals for both adults and teens and is the winner of numerous awards including the Christy, Carol, and Christian Book Award.

Jody lives in central Michigan with her husband, five busy children, and five spoiled cats. Although Jody prefers to experience daring and dangerous adventures through her characters rather than in real life, she’s learned that a calm existence is simply not meant to be (at least in this phase of her life!).

When she’s not penning another of her page-turning stories, she loves to spend her time reading, especially when it also involves consuming coffee and chocolate.

My Rating: 4 Stars!

Jody Hedlund brings her Bride Ships series to a conclusion with this book and it’s so sweet. Kate Millington arrives on a bride ship and decides she doesn’t want to marry the man who chooses her. Zeke Hart knew her in England and has become a wealthy mine owner and wants to protect Kate. Kate likes him but can’t accept his suit because he is not a believer.

Hedlund’s research is always impeccable and her characters well developed. This series has been so much fun to read. Especially when you think that this actually happened, women sailing to an unknown land to marry strangers. Recommended.

*My thanks to the author for a copy of this book.

Publisher: Northern Lights Press
Publication Date: August 25, 2020
Genre: Historical Inspirational Fiction

Book Review: ‘Lulu’s Cafe’ by T. I. Lowe

About The Book:

When a damaged young woman is given a chance to reclaim her life in a small South Carolina town, she must reckon with the dark secrets she left behind in order to accept the love she deserves.

On the run from a violent past, Leah Allen arrived in tiny Rivertown, South Carolina, battered and broken, but ready to reinvent herself. By a stroke of fate, Leah is drawn to the Southern hospitality of a small cafe, looking for a warm meal but finding so much more. Lulu, the owner, offers her a job, a place to stay and a new lease on life. Through Lulu’s tenacious warmth and generosity, Leah quickly finds herself embraced by the quaint community as she tries to put herself back together. Given she’s accustomed to cruelty, the kindness is overwhelming.

Soon Leah meets Crowley Mason, the most eligible bachelor in town. A lawyer and friend of Lulu’s, Crowley is wary of Leah’s sudden, mysterious arrival. Despite his reserve, something sparks between them that can’t be denied. But after all she’s been through, can Leah allow herself to truly love and be loved, especially when her first urge is to run?

Exploring the resiliency of both the heart and the spirit, Lulu’s Cafe gorgeously illustrates how old scars can finally heal no matter how deep they seem.

About The Author:

Bestselling author T.I. Lowe sees herself as an ordinary country girl who loves to tell extraordinary stories. She knows she’s just getting started and has many more stories to tell. A wife and mother and active in her church community, she resides in coastal South Carolina with her family.

For a complete list of Lowe’s published books, biography, upcoming events, and other information, visit and be sure to check out her blog, COFFEE CUP, while you’re there!

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My Rating: 5 Stars!

‘Some scars don’t ever heal. No matter how awfully bad you want them to. They’re just too deep.’

When a horrifically battered young woman by chance makes her way to a small southern town (or should we say it is a ‘God incidence?’), she is taken in by Lulu, owner of Lulu’s Cafe, and loved on and nurtured. Still, Leah Allen is broken and pain is her portion. Not just physical pain, of which there is definitely plenty, but emotional pain, heartrending pain so strong and deep the reader feels bruised reading it. But God has led Leah to this place of healing and as the weeks and months pass, healing starts. Crowley Mason, attorney, cafe patron and most eligible bachelor, senses something in Leah that grabs his heart. Can Leah achieve the full healing her heart needs? Will these scars ever be not visible?

‘As Crowley prayed, a calm washed over him and he felt for the first time in days that he could breathe.’

I’ll be flat honest with you: this is not an easy book to read. It is deeply painful to read. So painful that at times I wanted to set it aside. But it kept drawing me back. I discovered T.I. Lowe’s books earlier this year and was drawn in so very much. This one showcases her writing ability incredibly well. My goodness, how this book touched my heart! It is a wonderful testament to how God heals and the redemption that he extends to His children. I loved it so much and can very highly recommend it. Such a powerful story! Don’t miss this book.

Book Review: ‘Dinner With a Prince’ (The Princes of New Sargasso Book 1) by Carol Moncado

About The Book:

He doesn’t want to be king.
She doesn’t want to be a princess.
He doesn’t have a choice.
She does.

Princes of New Sargasso
Book 1

Prince Gideon of New Sargasso is used to people deferring to him.

He’s even had supermodels offer to have his babies – quite a sacrifice for someone who makes their living in bikinis.

So when he walks into a local Aussie-inspired café to find Karsen Robertson laughing to the point
of tears at the idea, he’s a little shocked.

Then she makes him pay for his food.

No one does that.

But nothing and no one has intrigued him quite like the blue-eyed beauty who has nothing but
snark for him.

Of course he’s going to ask her out.

And, if he can keep the paparazzi and tabloids away long enough, finagle a way to make her a

But if she’s not sure about the princess thing, how would she feel about one day becoming

First dinner with a prince.

Then a crown.

If she doesn’t run screaming first.

About Carol Moncado
When she’s not writing about her imaginary friends, USA Today Bestselling Author Carol Moncado prefers binge watching pretty much anything to working out. She believes peanut butter M&Ms are the perfect food and Dr. Pepper should come in an IV. When not hanging out with her hubby, four kids, and two dogs who weigh less than most hard cover books, she’s probably reading in her Southwest Missouri home.

Summers find her at the local aquatic center with her four fish, er, kids. Fall finds her doing the band mom thing. Winters find her snuggled into a blanket in front of a fire with the dogs. Spring finds her sneezing and recovering from the rest of the year.

She used to teach American Government at a community college, but her indie career, with nearly two dozen titles released in the first 2.5 years, has allowed her to write full time. She’s a founding member and former President of MozArks ACFW, blogger at InspyRomance, and is represented by Tamela Hancock Murray of the Steve Laube Agency.

My Rating: 4 Stars!

Carol Moncado has certainly made a name creating these wonderful royalty stories. I know she has so many I can barely keep up! They are so fun to read and see how Moncado has all these royal families in her head and puts down for us to enjoy. I love them and this one was especially good. I can’t wait for more!

My thanks to the author for a copy of this book. My review is my own.

Publisher: CANDID Publications
Publication Date: August 11, 2020

Book Review: ‘To Love a Prince’ (True Blue Royal Book 1) by Rachel Hauck

About The Book:

An enchanting new royal romance from NYT bestselling author Rachel Hauck.

Daffodil Caron is not a princess, even though she once dreamed of being one. After all, she grew up as a playmate to royal princes, running through the halls of Perrigwynn Palace in the North Sea’s Lauchtenland. But the day she stumbled upon a royal secret, everything changed.

Flash forward eighteen years, and Daffy’s living a sweet, non-royal life. A skilled art curator for the Royal Trust, she has friends, a flat in the heart of the capital city, and a handsome, successful boyfriend. The last person on her mind is Gus, the prince she once called her best mate.

HRH Prince Augustus is no longer “Prince Pudgy,” as caricatured by the press—he’s charming and gorgeous, possessing a world-famous smile. But after he’s jilted at the altar, then dumped by his second fianceé, the spare heir to Lauchtenland’s ancient House of Blue finds solace on a Florida beach.

A year as a regular bloke allows him to rethink his purpose. He’s half decided his calling is to pour pints at a tiki bar rather than serve his country and the Family.

But a wild Frisbee toss down the beach changes his destiny.

Despite his long hair and beard, Daffy recognizes her prince. She reminds Gus of his heritage and assures him that he’s needed in Lauchtenland.

When Daffy and Gus find themselves on assignment at Hadsby Castle in preparation for his brother’s wedding ball, their friendship blooms into affection.

Then secrets are exposed, and Gus must choose between his past hurts and his future hope. And Daffy must trust her heart to forever love a prince.

About Rachel Hauck
Rachel Hauck is a New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal Bestselling author.

She is a Christy Award Winner and a double RITA finalist. Her book The Wedding Dress was named Inspirational Novel of the Year by Romantic Times Book Club. She is also the recipient of RT’s Career Achievement Award.

Her book, Once Upon A Prince, was filmed for an original Hallmark movie. The Wedding Dress, The Wedding Shop and A March Bride have all been optioned for film.

A graduate of Ohio State University with a degree in Journalism, and a former sorority girl, Rachel and her husband live in central Florida. She is a huge Buckeyes football fan.

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My Rating: 4 Stars!

‘Was he so unworthy of loyalty and of any devotion?’

Rachel Hauck once again brings to life a beautiful story to delight her readers. I do so enjoy her royalty stories and this one had all the elements guaranteed to bring a smile to my heart. And, as always, Hauck adds her signature touch of the Divine to the book–something I always look for. Loved it very much. Recommended.

*My thanks to the publisher and author for a copy of this book. The opinion in this review is my own.

Publisher: Hauck House
Publication Date: August 11, 2020

Book Review: ‘Love And A Little White Lie’ by Tammy L. Gray

About The Book:

January Sanders grew up believing karma was more reliable than an imaginary higher power, but after suffering her worst heartbreak in 29 years, she’s open to just about anything, including taking a temporary position at her aunt’s church. Keeping her lack of faith a secret, January is determined to use her photographic memory to help Grace Community’s overworked staff, all while scraping herself off rock bottom.

What she doesn’t count on is meeting the church’s handsome and charming guitarist, who not only is a strong believer, but has also dedicated his life to Christian music. It’s a match set for disaster, and yet January has no ability to stay away, even if it means pretending to have faith in a God she doesn’t believe in.

Only this time, keeping secrets isn’t as easy as she thought it would be. Especially when she’s constantly running into her aunt’s landscape architect, who seems to know everything about her past and present sins and makes no apologies about pushing her to deal with feelings she’d rather keep buried.

Torn between two worlds incapable of coexisting, can January find the healing that’s eluded her or will her resistance to the truth ruin any chance of happiness?

About Tammy L Gray
Tammy L. Gray lives in the Dallas area with her family, and they love all things Texas, even the erratic weather patterns. Her nine modern and true-to-life contemporary romances include 2017 RITA award winning, My Hope Next Door, and show her unending quest to write high quality, culturally relevant stories with relatable and flawed characters.

When not taxiing her three kids to various school and sporting events, Tammy can be spotted crunching numbers as the financial administrator at her hometown church. Writing has given her a platform to combine her passion with her ministry all while sharing the messy, yet remarkable journey that is a faith-filled life.

Tammy L. Gray has lots of projects going on. For all the latest info, visit her website at

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My Rating: 5 Stars!

‘There’s different rules for someone like me. I don’t get to call on an imaginary higher being for strength. I have to find it in myself.’

January Sanders moves into a cabin on her aunt’s wedding venue property after a devastating heartbreak, and even accepts a temporary position at her aunt’s church, despite the fact that she doesn’t believe in God. Then she meets the church’s gorgeous guitarist, a match that will not come to any good, but she can’t look away. Then she keeps running into the landscape guy at her aunt’s property, who uncannily seems to know her secrets and heart agonies. January finds herself completely torn and has no idea which way to turn.

Tammy L. Gray was not an author I had read before and I hesitated a bit before reading. Because sometimes you read a dud. Wow! Not this time. This book is already on my top reads list for 2020. It’s that good. I knew when I read that January did not believe in God that I was going to love watching God woo her and run her down. I am all in when an author has me connect with the characters from the first page. And Gray did just that. I felt as if I knew them from the very start and each one proved to be real and walk off the page folks. I could not put this book down! I spent every single spare moment reading it and grabbed it first thing this morning to finish. A novel of redemption, grace, mercy and forgiveness is one that will grab the reader from the start and not let go. It is so fascinating to see how God works behind the scenes in our lives to bring about His purposes. I just loved it! The writing is stellar and the plot is one that will hook you immediately.
Highly recommended.

*My thanks to Bethany House Publishers for a copy of this book. The opinions here are entirely my own.

Publisher: Bethany House
Publication Date: August 4, 2020
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