Review: ‘Embracing Light in Wishing Bridge by Ruth Logan Herne

About The Book
Rachel has a secret. Two secrets. Twin daughters that were callously given away at birth, leaving the young Amish mother with no dignity and no hope… but when a kindly shopkeeper discovers a link between Rachel’s newborn twins and an Amish family in Wishing Bridge, she contacts a friend to guide Rachel’s path. A path that could lead to love, hope and freedom… or something more sinister. As Rachel discovers truths about herself, her daughters and the beautiful town that’s willing to wrap its arms around her, can the town keep her safe from the one person who knows the truth… and will stop at nothing to keep it from being told.

Welcome back to Wishing Bridge… the beloved town that mixes prayers and wishes to make dreams come true!

About Ruth Logan Herne

USA Today bestselling, award-winning author Ruth Logan Herne is the author of over 50 novels and novellas. She loves God, her family, country, coffee, chocolate and dogs, and wishes possums would leave the cat food on the side porch alone. And yet… they don’t. With over two million books in print, Ruthy is living her dream of touching hearts and souls by writing the kind of books she likes to read.

She lives on a pumpkin farm in Western New York where they grow all kinds of cool things for fall from sumptuous squashes and veggies to gorgeous stacking pumpkins. Ruthy’s farm is quickly becoming the place to be every September and October. Ruthy herself is in charge of the kitchen and her very own baked goods, jams and jellies are for sale. The farm gives Ruthy a chance to chat with real people… then turn them into fictional characters during the quiet of mid-winter, so be careful what you say!

She loves chatting with readers through her website blog and hanging with readers and writers in Seekerville… where coffee is always hot, fresh and good! She loves playing in the kitchen, too, with a wonderful group of regionally-inspired inspirational authors at the Yankee Belle Cafe On Goodreads, she’s (yes, you guessed it!) Ruth Logan Herne, and that’s how to find this prolific author on facebook, too!

My Rating: 5 Stars!
Such a great story!

Ruth Logan Herne does not disappoint here. I loved Wishing Bridge from the first book she set here and I just keep on loving it. This one broke my heart at times but God’s grace shown through. So many powerful emotions running through these pages. Herne writes with heart always. Highly recommended.
Publication Date: November 22, 2021
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Review: ‘Sweet Right Here’ by Jenny B. Jones

About Twice jilted, I’ve sworn off love forever.
But Miller James might be the one man to change my mind.

Newly un-engaged, I’ve returned to Sugar Creek to the welcoming arms of my family to make a fresh start. While I have a reputation for being unlucky in love, I’ve just scored the career coup of a lifetime—to work at Hope Farms, a therapy ranch for military veterans. The problem? The owner is the arrogantly handsome Miller James. He might be an old friend, but Miller’s all grown up now and made it clear I’m not welcome. I’ve got six months to make my program a success, but it’s hard to help others heal with Miller’s interference—and the return of someone from my past.

Miller’s got some secrets of his own. After a family tragedy rocked his world, the entrepreneurial genius left his first class life behind to open Hope Farms. And maybe everything Miller touches does turn to gold, but when my sisters recruit him in their pursuit of my next Mr. Right , Miller gets a little too involved. The lines are blurring between work and romance, and my boss has ideas that make me question his strategies—and his heart.

Can two broken people mend enough to heal together? Nothing’s fair in love and farming, but can Miller James and I harvest our own happily ever after?

Sweet Right Here is the first book in the hilarious, swoony Lost Story Bookshop series. Perfect for fans of laughs, sighs, and closed-door romance. The Book

Four-time Carol Award winner Jenny B. Jones writes contemporary romance with wit, sass, and Southern charm. Since writing for both women and teens leaves her with very little free time, she believes in spending her spare hours in meaningful, intellectual pursuits, such as watching E!, going to the movies and inhaling large buckets of popcorn, and writing her name in the dust on her furniture. 

My Rating: 5 Stars!

‘You can’t trust a dude who doesn’t have adequate vowel usage.’

I purely love to lose myself in a Janny B. Jones book. I’ve been a fan a long time and foresee no change in that status. She does Rom Com to a tee and her wit in the absolute best! I loved this so much-the characters, the plot (really good one) and I just couldn’t stop reading till I finished.

Oh! And Sylvie and Frannie are back in fine form! As they always are, of course. I adore those retired, ex-CIA operatives, who still have a trick or two up their sleeves. And there was a secondary character by the name of Ernie that I just fell in love with. He is so precious. If you can call a curmudgeon precious. Well done!

My thanks to the publisher for a copy of this book. The opinion here is entirely my own. 
Publication Date: December 1, 2021
Publisher: Sweet Pea Productions
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