Book Review: Love and a Little White Lie

January Sanders is suffering from a broken heart when she moves in with her aunt and takes a temporary job at her church. She keeps her lack of faith a secret, as she helps the overworked staff get organized. Soon she meets the church’s guitarist and can’t stay away. While her aunt’s landscape architect irritates her at every turn. As […]

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Book Review: Called Out

In Called Out, former ABC news correspondent Paula Faris provides a real and candid look about why she walked away from her dream job, in search of her true calling. She shares her very personal and real journey through her fears, burn out and family struggles to make a very difficult decision to walk away and step into the calling […]

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Book Reviews: The Runaway Bride

Arabella Lawrence flees to British Columbia on a bride ship in The Runaway Bride.  She is determined not to make a bad choice, as two very different men via for her hand.  Lt. Richard Drummond is a Naval officer while Peter Kelly is the town’s baker, both interested in the wealthy young woman. While Arabella struggles with her own fears, […]

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Book Review: Secrets of the Happy Soul

Katie Orr does a wonderful job of inspiring and uplifting in her book Secrets of the Happy Soul. As someone who struggles with depression, this book provides tips and strategies to help me cope and process events better.  Whether you struggle with melancholy or need a pick me up, you’ll enjoy the lessons and real life examples provided to incorporate […]

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Book Review: More Than We Remember

In More than We Remember by Christian Suzann Nelson three women’s lives collide on one night. Addison Kilbourn’s husband is involved in a car accident leaving a woman dead and more secrets than answers. Emilia Cruz is determined to see justice carried out, but part of her drive hides the pain she carries of caring for her own injured husband […]

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Book Review: Before I Call You Mine

Lauren Bailey is tired of one heartache after another. She sets out to fulfill her greatest desire to become a mother.  However, she’s blindsided by substitute teacher, Joshua Avery. He relentlessly pursues her, until she has to choose between her two greatest desires. Can she have both or will she have to let go of one for the other? Nicole […]

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Book Review: Sweet On You

After following her sister’s journey’s to love and unraveling family mysteries, it is finally chocolate shop owner, Britt Bradford’s turn. Sweet on You is the story of Britt Bradford and her best friend and best selling author, Zander. He has been away for eighteen months and returns upon the death of his uncle. However, everything isn’t as it seems and […]

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Book Review: The Number of Love

A war, a loss, intrigue and numerous twists and turns. The Number of Love by Roseanna M. White contains all this and more. Both Margot and Drake are well rounded characters you can’t help but to love and root for. I loved watching their love story unfold. The book is very well researched and takes us back to the time […]

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Book Review: Breaking Anxiety’s Grip

Do you struggle with anxiety or stress? I do. More than I’d like to admit. Dr. Michelle Bengtson‘s book Breaking Anxiety’s Grip How to Reclaim the Peace God Promises tackles these difficult subjects in a compassionate and understanding manner. Dr. Michelle often uses her own experiences with battling anxiety in her book. She also incorporates Biblical principal’s into each chapter. […]

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Book Review: King’s Shadow

Have you ever wondered what life was like in King Herod’s court? Wait no longer. This book will reveal all the intrigue, loyalty and duplicity in his court. Two women live in King’s Herod’s palace. His only sister, Salome, and her handmaid, Zara. Both struggle to survive where spies, treachery and conspiracy lingers at every corner. Both women struggle to […]

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Book Review: Overcoming Fear

As someone who has struggled with fear and anxiety, I really enjoyed Dawn de Silva’s book Overcoming Fear: The Supernatural Strategy to Live in Freedom. She provides great insight and lessons from both her own struggles, as well as her clients. She does a great job of breaking down fear and how the enemy uses it to prevent us from […]

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Book Review: Called to Forgive

Living in South Carolina, I remember the heartbreaking tragedy of the Emmanuel Nine.  What was meant to town a community apart, instead brought them together.  This was a surprise to so many. In Called to Forgive, Anthony Thompson shares a firsthand account of this terrible tragedy.  He shares about his wife Myra, as she prepared to teach Bible study that […]

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The Alamo Bride

Ellis Dumont stumbles upon an unconscious New Orleans Grey on her Grandfather Dumont’s property in 1836. While unconscious, he mutters about treasures and war.  Ellis wonders who Clay Gentry really is, a friend or foe. She must decide if she will trust him and learn to be courageous to travel with him to Mission San Jose and help end the […]

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Women, Rise Up!

In Women, Rise up! Cindy Jacobs shares her heart and experience to answer the call on our lives.  Whether this means working in the secular world or in ministry, the struggles are real. The book is well written and the subheadings are short, making it easy to break the chapter into smaller bites as time allows.  She gave me a […]

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Book Review: The Power of Positive Words

I don’t know about you, but I need more positive words in my life.  There are too many times when negativity wants to creep in and whisper lies. Often times it is easy to forget the power words have in our lives. Stan Toler explores the power of words and how to use words in a positive manner and to […]

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