Sister’s Choice by Judith Pella (Review)

I was looking for a light, sweet romance to read while sick and still slightly feverish, so I went to my stacks for the #Backlistbooks2023 challenge over on Instagram and picked out my only Judith Pella book, which appears to be her last published work, after a career of several decades in which she published … Continue reading Sister’s Choice by Judith Pella (Review)

Spotlight+Review: Hearts of Steel by Elizabeth Camden

Hearts of Steel by Elizabeth Camden Publication Date: January 17, 2023 Bethany House Publishers Genre: Historical Romance/Christian Series: The Blackstone Legacy, Book #3 His steel empire has catapulted him to the top of the world, but loving her could cost him everything. Maggie Molinaro survived a hardscrabble childhood in the downtrodden streets of Manhattan to … Continue reading Spotlight+Review: Hearts of Steel by Elizabeth Camden

Spotlight+Excerpt: Midnight Blue by Susie Waltner

Welcome to my stop on the Blog + Review Tour for Midnight Blue by Suzie Waltner, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours! After you read the excerpt and description then rush to purchase your copy of Midnight Blue, be sure to enter the fabulous tour-wide giveaway below. Excerpt Unaware of the storm brewing around her, Harmony closed her … Continue reading Spotlight+Excerpt: Midnight Blue by Susie Waltner

The Rose and the Thistle by Laura Frantz (launch team review)

Set during the time of Jacobite Risings that saw Catholic subjects rebelling against a protestant ruler, the daughter of an English Duke finds herself secreted in a Scottish Laird’s tower in Laura Frantz’s The Rose and The Thistle. As Lady Blythe anxiously awaits word from her father, as he evades capture for his Jacobite leanings, … Continue reading The Rose and the Thistle by Laura Frantz (launch team review)

A Winter at the White Queen by Denise Weimer (quick review)

What a lovely way to start off my reading year for 2023! As Ellie Hastings interferes and investigates prospective suitors for her pretty cousin - at the behest of her aunt - she is skeptical when it comes to the secretive but eligible Lewis Thornton. What ensues is a delightful little romp of a novella, … Continue reading A Winter at the White Queen by Denise Weimer (quick review)

Fair Mountain Christmas by Heidi Eljarbo (novella review)

“How could a few days at Fair Mountain change a life?” Fair Mountain Christmas, page 76 Lacking inspiration for the Christmas article she has been assigned, Juni takes her dog Leo to the family cabin and begins to immerse herself in memories. Still struggling, the invitation to visit Moose Lodge may provide just what she … Continue reading Fair Mountain Christmas by Heidi Eljarbo (novella review)

Love’s New Beginnings by Penny Zeller (novella review)

Solomon Eliason is having difficulty finding acceptance as the new pastor and an even harder time making an apology to the new schoolteacher, Lydie Beauchamp. She’s shy and soft spoken, and so much prettier than he expected. But as the year moves forward toward Christmas, a friendship of sorts begins to grow and soon the … Continue reading Love’s New Beginnings by Penny Zeller (novella review)