Happy Friday! The book I’m featuring this week is Within These Walls of Sorrow by Amanda Barratt I recently shared my full review (Click HERE to view) on this one but it was such an incredible read I wanted to highlight it for First Line Friday as well. Full warning: It’s a difficult read, that […]
Publisher: Kregel Publications
My Review: I have spent a few days pondering exactly how to write this review and at the end of the day I still feel like there are no words I could say that would give it justice. History in its rawest form often holds truths we wish never would have happened, but that doesn’t […]
Happy Friday! The book I’m featuring this week is Counterfeit Hope by Crystal Caudill Counterfeit Hope releases very soon on February 14th but I happen to have already had the chance to read an early copy and can already share that I highly recommend it!
My Review: Wow, this story was full of so many twists and turns and emotional rollercoasters that I wasn’t quite sure what to do with myself in the end! It was unique, unpredictable, and gripped my heart in ways that kept the pages turning while I ignored all of my other adult responsibilities. There’s so […]
My Review: I enjoyed Amanda Wen’s debut and so I was really looking forward to this one. I was instantly invested in Rosie’s story and the intrigue of her relationship with the mysterious Ephraim. Quite possibly because of how interested I was in that timeline though, I couldn’t bring myself to care about Lauren and […]
Interested in an excerpt? CLICK HERE About the Author: Janyre Tromp is a developmental book editor who has worked in the publishing industry for more than twenty years, spending time in both marketing and editorial. When she isn’t writing, she’s a Bible study leader, writers conference speaker, ACFW member, wife, and mom of two kids […]
About the Author: Crystal Caudill is the author of “dangerously good historical romance,” with her work garnering awards from Romance Writers of America and ACFW. Counterfeit Love is her debut published novel. Caudill says that reading and writing are part of her soul and have been since she first held a crayon. While she considered writing […]