Month: October 2022
‘The Premonition at Withers Farm’ by Jaime Jo Wright
‘Falling For The Cowgirl’ (Colorado Cowboys, Book # 4) by Jody Hedlund
I love this series. Jody Hedlund brings us the McQuaid family and here we are with Ivy’s story. Ivy, who is rambunctious and always getting in trouble. And enter Jericho Bliss, back again after a two year absence. Jericho, who has loved Ivy for years. And she loves him. But they’ve never admitted it to each other. Now Jericho is a Pinkerton agent searching for a desperate criminal and is determined not to letting Ivy close to his heart. Good luck with that.
Hedlund is a dab hand at a cowboy story. She switches genres effortlessly and I love every one she does. This series has been great and there is yet one to come. I can’t wait for it! I loved the spiritual thread here. Well done!
My thanks to Bethany House Publishers for a copy of this book via Net Galley. The opinion here is entirely my own.
‘Where The Blue Sky Begins’ by Katie Powner
‘The Belle of Belgrave Square’ by Mimi Matthews
‘A Model Of Devotion’ (The Lumber Baron’s Daughters, 3) by Mary Connealy
Mary Connealy brings this good series to a great close here. I loved these girls’ stories. Well, women. Three daughters trying to escape the dastardly clutches of an evil stepfather. And the heroine of this book, Jilly, has even worse to escape from. But she has a good posse on her side. The ending is great. Connealy takes her readers on a wild exciting ride to catch this evil dude. Well done!
My thanks to Bethany House for a copy of this book via Net Galley. The opinion here is my own.
‘Defending Honor’ (Elite Guardians) by Lynette Eason and Kelly Underwood
About Kelly Underwood
Kelly Underwood’s favorite things are reading, writing, and drinking coffee. She was born in New Hampshire, but don’t ask her about snow, because she’s been a Florida girl since she was twelve. She writes book reviews for her blog bestinsuspense.com and is an active member of the Central Florida chapter of the American Christian Fiction Writers. She’s a sucker for a good suspense novel, the kind you have to read cover-to-cover until the mystery is solved and the bad guys are in handcuffs. If you’re looking for her, she’s probably on her back patio with a Kindle in one hand and a cup of coffee in the other.
‘How many times would he narrowly miss falling into this killer’s death grip?’
I have thoroughly been enjoying this series, the extension of Lynette Eason’s Elite Guardians. She has teamed up with Kelly Underwood this go round, and they have created a great story. Action abounds as a man’s life is constantly being threatened. No place he goes is safe.
Suspects are plentiful. The culprit was a big surprise for me, though, and one I never guessed. Plus, there was an amazing spiritual thread moment that blew my mind. I loved it!
My thanks to the author and publisher for a copy of this book. The opinion in this review is entirely my own.
‘A Seaside Wonder’ (A Muir Harbor Novel, Book 2) by Melissa Tagg
‘Word of Honor’ (Love and Honor, 2) by Hallee Bridgeman
‘Body of Evidence’ (Triple Threat, 3) by Irene Hannon
I never miss an Irene Hannon book and have been a fan for many years. She concludes her Triple Threat series with this one, the best of the bunch, in my opinion. People are dying, older folks, of natural causes. Or so it seems. A forensic pathologist and a county sheriff are trying to discover why so many are dying so close together.
Hannon always adds layers with each chapter, and I love discovering more in this fashion. She crafts believable characters and plots that are spot on interesting. I couldn’t tear myself away. And I had no idea who the culprit was. A total surprise. Well done!
My thanks to Revell Publishing for a copy of this book via Net Galley. The opinion here is my own.