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Becky J Miller
"Living Outside The Lines"
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Book Review: "Dangerous to Know" by Megan Whitson Lee - 3 Stars - #LivingOutsideTheLines - #WarriorPrincess

Set in early 1800 England, Megan Whitson Lee’s Dangerous to Know takes readers into the tumultuous world of pre-James Dean rebel, Lord Gregory Gordon Bromby.  Possessing the appearance of a proper gentleman, up and coming poet Lord Bromby is anything but…

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Book Review: "Dancing in the Rain" by Eileen Rife and Jennifer Slattery - 3 Stars - #LivingOutsideTheLines - #WarriorPrincess

Dancing in the Rain co-written by Eileen Rife and Jennifer Slattery provides a unique view of forgiveness, a theme that remains strong throughout the story. As a teen-ager Loni Parker’s sight was ripped from her on the night a drunk driver hit the car in…

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Book Review: "Buried Secrets" by Barbara Cameron - 3 Stars - @GileadPub - #LivingOutsideTheLines - #WarriorPrincess

Buried Secrets by Barbara Cameron is yet another Amish love story.  Although it does contain some unique elements, readers are liable to grow weary with the number of times protagonist Rose brews coffee, tea or hot chocolate. However, the developing…

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Book Review: "Primary Suspect" by Laura Scott - 4 Stars - #LivingOutsideTheLines - #WarriorPrincess

Readers who appreciate an innocent love story mingled with a bit of intrigue are sure to enjoy Laura Scott’s Primary Suspect. ER nurse Dana Petrie just wanted to thank Mitch Callahan for trying to save her husband, but her good intentions quickly go…

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Book Review: "The Rescue" by Jim Cymbala - 5 Stars - #LivingOutsideTheLines - #WarriorPrincess

For anyone struggling with whether God is real and intimately concerned with the lives of human beings, Jim Cymbala’s The Rescue provides sufficient evidence that he is and does. Readers will find the stories of seven different people each with unique…

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Book Review: "Julie" by Catherine Marshall - 5 Stars - #LivingOutsideTheLines - #WarriorPrincess

In her lifetime, Catherine Marshall wrote nineteen books, two of the novels. Julie, her second novel and final book, may easily surpass them all. The foreword, written by Catherine’s husband, Leonard LeSourd, indicates she spent seven years developing the…
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Book Review: "Red Sky Over America" by Tamera Lynn Kraft - 4 Stars - #LitfuseReads - #LivingOutsideTheLines - #WarriorPrincess

Consider being the daughter of a Kentucky slave owner and coming to the knowledge that what you’ve known your entire life is absolutely and morally wrong.  How does one cope with personal convictions when they defy familial norms?  It’s 1857 and America…

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Book Review: "A Most Noble Heir" by Susan Anne Mason - 5 Stars - #LivingOutsideTheLines - #WarriorPrincess

Meet Nolan Price, a stable hand who discovers his employer is actually his father, a man of nobility.  Nolan is a likable, hard-working young man with a deep loyalty to the aunt who raised him.  His sole desire is to bring honor to her. Susan Anne…

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Book Review: "Growing Kids With Character" by Hettie Brittz - 2 Stars - #Litfusereads - #LivingOutsideTheLines - #WarriorPrincess

Parenting is a difficult job, no child arrives with an instruction book, and whether you are a parent of one or many, the innate nature of each child makes the task virtually incomparable.  Hettie Brittz’ Growing Kids with Character acknowledges that…

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Book Review: "High Cotton" by Debby Mayne - 3 Stars - @GileadPublishing - #LivingOutsideTheLines - #WarriorPrincess

First, in the Bucklin Family Reunion Series Debby Mayne’s High Cotton is the story of several members of a loving but somewhat dysfunctional Southern family dynamic.  For anyone who appreciates sweet tea, names like Digger and Puddin’ and interfering…
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