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Wednesday, July 22, 2020


Book Review: Don’t Keep Silent by Elizabeth Goddard


Don’t Keep Silent by Elizabeth Goddard is part of the Uncommon Justice series. Ms Goddard is a brilliant author and I love how she consistently writes suspenseful novels with strong female lead characters. In this book, she features an investigative reporter who gets pulled into a missing persons case when her sister in law goes missing. But nothing in this case is what it initially appears. Ms Goddard has crafted a brilliant mystery full of interesting characters with multiple layer that keep revealing themselves as the book progresses. The plot is intriguing and keeps building tension until it is nearly too much at times. Written from a Christian perspective, it is still a book full of hope and second chances. It is an important book, with its very real look at human trafficking and its reality in America. I have read other books by this author and I have found each of them unique and packed with suspense and some romance. I am definitely a fan of this author's work and I sincerely look forward to more books in this series or in similar series's in the future. I received a digital copy of this book from the publisher with no obligations. These opinions are entirely my own.




Book Review: Until I Met You by Tari Faris


Until I Met You by Tari Faris is a mesmerizing read. To classify it as simply romance would be such a disservice to the brilliance of this work. This book follows the author’s debut novel, You Belong to Me. I loved that book, but this book is her best yet. Ms Faris skillfully weaves issues of forgiveness and past hurts into the lives of her characters and does not avoid hard questions about God and His nature. Her characters are so real and vivid that their wrestling with their pasts feels just as real to the reader. There are no easy answers here. But this book is such a ray of hope, hope in a God who sees us as we are and loves us thoroughly. Add to these themes the idyllic town of Heritage and lovely, clean romance— I cannot imagine a better read. I highly recommend this book and think it would appeal widely to readers. I cannot wait for book 3! I received a digital copy of this book from the publisher with no obligations. These opinions are entirely my own.

Sunday, July 19, 2020


Book Review: The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus by Jaime Jo Wright





The Haunting at Bonaventure Circus by Jaime Jo Wright is a captivating read from the very first page! I’ve read every book by this author and I truly believe this is her best book yet. It has characters that are real and broken, longing for a place to belong. I think the messages of hope in this book are so timely. I found myself highlighting sentences many times because I was struck by their poignancy and truth. The time slip nature of this novel was wonderful. I enjoyed both stores equally and found them fascinating as they overlapped. The author portrayed the circus so vividly, with all its good and bad. The circus itself was one of my favorite parts of this novel. I love a good mystery and I think I’m pretty good at figuring most of them out. I did not figure out this mystery at all, but it fit so perfectly when I looked back for the clues. I also loved the authors treatment of the “haunting” aspect of the novel. I found it equally terrifying and Biblically sound. I recommend this novel without reservation to anyone who loves history, mystery, and amazing storytelling. You won’t be disappointed. I received a digital copy of this book from the publisher with no obligations. These opinions are entirely my own.

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