Category: Reviews

The Courage to Receive

Jennifer and John Fong recently wrote and published a wonderful book called The Courage to Receive. The couple started a direct sales company with the

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The Union

The Union by Gina Robinson is a definite page-turner. Set in Gem, Idaho, in 1892, this book offers plenty of action and romance. Private detective

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The Husband School

This was a fast, nice little read from Kristine Rolofson. The Husband School  is about a small town in Montana on the verge of dying

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The Eye-Dancers

The Eye-Dancers by Michael S. Fedison is a page-turning adventure for young adults that most any age would enjoy. The story begins with three boys

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A Stranger in the Family

Patricia McLinn weaves an interesting tale of family, loss, and hope in A Stranger In The Family. The first book in the Bardville, Wyoming trilogy, 

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Untethered

Admittedly, I’m a big Marcia Lynn McClure fan. I’ve got a few favorites from her many titles that I’ve read more than once (or twice,

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Montana

While we were on vacation, I got in a lot of reading, which made me deliriously happy. One of the books I read was Debbie

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Stealing the Preacher

Karen Witemeyer’s Stealing the Preacher is just a fun, fun  read. From the opening pages right on through the end, her masterful storytelling is engaging

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It Happened at the Fair

I freely admit I’m a big fan of Deeanne Gist. I have yet to read anything she’s written that wasn’t entertaining, engaging and fun. It

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Wren

Rachel Rossano has once again turned her talent for writing into an engaging tale I could not put down. Wren (A Romany Epistle Novel) is,

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