Book Review: Romancing the South by Yvonne Lehman

Romancing the South contains two wonderful books by Yvonne Lehman.  After Yvonne’s passing, her daughter, Lori Marett, and Eva Marie Everson labored to update these two stories while maintaining the heart of the story and the Southern Charm. In Somewhere a Rainbow Brooke faces the challenge of rebuilding her life by renting a cottage on Hilton Head Island. There she […]

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God with Us Devotional

God with Us: 365 Devotions on the Person and Work of Christ is a great devotion if you are looking to grow in your faith and to grow deeper in the word. Each devotional provides bite size insight into the teachings of many well-known theologians, pastors, and Christian writers such as John Calvin, St. Auguestine, Jonathan Edwards, Diedrich Bonhoeffer, and […]

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Book Review: A Deep Divide by Kimberley Woodhouse

After being kidnapped Emma Grace McMurray finds herself looking over her shoulder and turns up as a Harvey Girl. Businessman Ray Watkins is instantly captivated with Emma Grace. Adventure and mystery pull the two closer together as they set out to unravel it. Kimberley Woodhouse tells a masterful story which will resonate with readers. The story takes place in the […]

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Book Review: The Petticoat Spy by Elva Cobb Martin

Elva Cobb Martin takes us on a journey through the birth of our country. After the murder of her parents and seizing of her family plantation, Anna Grace Laurens escapes but is determined to seek revenge. John Cooper Vargas rescues Anna Grace and outsmarts the Tory’s, eventually joining Francis Marion’s militia. John and Anna each save one another and lean […]

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Book Review: Nature of a Lady by Roseanna White

In Nature of a Lady, Libby Sinclair retreats for the summer to the Isles of Sicily. While there she stumbles upon the secrets of the former tenant, Elizabeth. Libby and Elizabeth’s brother, Oliver, team up to find the missing woman. The two bond as secrets are exposed. Once again, Roseanna White has written an amazing book with well rounded characters […]

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Book Review: A Patchwork Past by Leslie Gould

When Sophie Deiner returns to the Amish community few welcome her back. As she recovers from an illness, she befriends a group of migrant workers and begins to advocate on their behalf, opposing her ex-boyfriend. While Sophie enjoys her respite the quilt shop owner, Jane Berger, shares the story of her Amish ancestors and the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. […]

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Book Review: Raising Spirit Led Kids: Guiding Kids to Walk Naturally in the Supernatural by Seth Dahl

In Raising Spirit-Led Kids: Guiding Kids to Walk Naturally in the Supernatural the author shares stories and real life experience on how to guide children to walk naturally in the supernatural. At first I wasn’t sure what to think but the book is easy to read and relate to and very enjoyable. The author provides Biblical guidance and prayer prompts […]

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