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Book Review of Seventh Born (The Talented Book 1) by Rachel Rossano
I could tell this was a special book to the author. There was a lot of detailed world building and Christian faith woven into a story that spanned several years. If you're looking for the romance you expect from a Rachel Rossano novel (such as Duty - LOVED ...
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Book Review of My Sister's Intended (Serendipity Book 1) by Rachael Anderson
Rachael Anderson is one of my favorite authors, and while I haven't loved everything she's written, she consistently puts out great books. My Sister's Intended did not disappoint. Prudence, who totally does not match her name, is suspicious of her sister's ...
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My Top Ten Favorite Books for 2017
I've always loved top ten lists, so why not make one? Here are my top ten favorite reads from this year, in alphabetical order, since I can't pick among faves. 10. All's Fair in Love, War, and High School by Janette Rallison I love all Janette Rallison's YA...
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Fate's Arrangement by Megan Elder Evans
Fate's Arrangement is about a noblewoman who more than anything else, wants to continue her work as a midwife, performing c-sections in a time where everyone else thinks she's barbaric. This book is not for the squeamish as there are several childbirth scen...
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Moss Forest Orchid (Silver and Orchids Book 1), by Shari L Tapscott
A book with magic and dragons is a little out of my usual reading genre, but the heroine in this is so feisty and fun that I was drawn in. After an investment gone wrong, Lucia is determined to make back the money and pay off her business partner/best frien...
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P.S. I Like You, by Kasie West
I'm turning into a gushing fan of Kasie West. This one started a little slow. Lily, the main character, hates Chemistry, and having her drawing/creative writing notebook banned from class, she writes in pencil on her desk and is amazed to see someone has wr...
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Scoundrel in Disguise, by Shaela Kay
What a fun regency romance between two unlikely people. Sarah was a bit too naive and flaky for my taste, but she turned out to be a well-rounded character and I enjoyed her story. This makes me want to read the first book in the series - although it works ...
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House of Oak, Books 1-5, by Nichole Van
Yep, I read all five. This is a series that takes the best of Jane Austenish regency novels and the best part of contemporary romance novels and puts them together, with time travel! Thanks to a portal in the cellar, lots of romance ensues with difficult ch...
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Honest and for True: (The Adventures of Lee and Bucky Book 1) by Jane Lebak
This writer has a quirky, refreshing, hilarious writing style and I was immediately drawn in. Lee is a person who is comfortable in her skin, she just can't tell anyone about it, thinking they won't understand her. And then she meets a guy she wishes she di...
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Yella's Prayers by Nadine C. Keels
She awoke with a gasp, sitting up. God? Was that You? A
pivotal year awaits Bless, a young woman who hides her passion: her
music. She's not exactly friends with T'meal, a talented athlete who
won't explain why he's passed up the chance of a lifetime. No...
Yella's Prayers by Nadine C. Keels
Yella's Prayers by Nadine C. Keels
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