Dangerous Testimony by Dana Mentink (review)

dangeroustestimony_mentink_harlequinI’ve been curious about Dana Mentink’s books, having seen rave reviews for her romantic comedies, so I was excited when she offered a free copy of her newest romantic suspense novel to some of her newsletter subscribers. Suspense isn’t one of my preferred genres, but so far I’ve found the Love Inspired Suspense line from Harlequin suits me just fine. This was no exception. Continue reading

An Amish Home: Four Novellas by Beth Wiseman, Amy Clipston, Kathleen Fuller, and Ruth Reid (review)

anamishhome_tnzAmish fiction is still quite new to me, and even newer are three of these four authors (the exception being Kathleen Fuller, whose A Love Made New I enjoyed earlier this year), so it is not one I am overly familiar with.  That said, I do believe that this is an excellent collection of novellas.  Each one can stand alone as a complete story and each has a unique take on the themes that unite them. Continue reading