A sweeping tale of pain, suffering, and the faith that gives hope despite it all. Many Sparrows by Lori Benton is beautiful, lyrical, and poignant. It combines a story that envelopes us with hard truths that can bring us closer to the God who holds all in his hand. From the Publisher: In 1774, the … Continue reading Lori Benton: Many Sparrows
A marvelous whodunit that offers an enticing mystery, appealing characters, and a setting that jumps off the page.
Reading is personal. Supremely personal.
Have you done one of these Christian fiction scavenger hunts before? If not, I very strongly recommend it. Basically, you'll start the hunt by visiting Stop #1 at Lisa T. Bergren's website. From there, Bergren will introduce you to another author, and direct you to their site. That author, then, will direct you to another. … Continue reading Scavenger Hunt!! Discover new authors through a link of websites.
Vanishing Point from Lisa Harris is the 4th installment in her Nikki Boyd series. While it doesn’t include Nikki as a primary character, it does dive into more of the story of what happened to her sister, Sarah. From the Publisher: During Garrett Addison's first week on the job as a criminal investigator for the … Continue reading Lisa Harris: Vanishing Point
RomCom at some of its most charming, Krista Phillips's The Engagement Plot weaves the author's trademark humor with a story that is full of heart.
A quick look at a few of my recent reads.
From New York Times bestselling author Julie Cantrell comes her fourth novel, Perennials. A story rich in detail and lilting storytelling, Perennials is a beautiful story about a woman (Lovey), her tenuous relationship with her sister and hometown, and the discoveries she makes regarding pain, love, and family. From the Publisher: Eva—known to all as … Continue reading Julie Cantrell: Perennials
Jen Turano's After a Fashion is a delightful romp into the world of historical-romantic-screwball-comedy.
Lady Jayne Disappears by Joanna Davidson Politano is a wonderful tale of intrigue that offers a number of nods to Dickens and the Brontës.