The Pelican Bride – My Review

A distant Louisiana colony in 1704 is certainly a new and foreign world to the two French sisters readers are introduced to upon opening The Pelican Bride. With descriptive and historical detail, the author breathes life to the...

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A Beauty So Rare – My Review

I have long been a fan of Tamera Alexander and her stories. A Beauty So Rare held every element and reminder why I’m always so happy to read and recommend her books. The setting of this novel drew me in from the very...

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A Broken Kind of Beautiful – My Review

If time and my other responsibilities had allowed me, I could have easily – and rather happily – curled up on the couch and read this novel completely through in one sitting. The characters drew me in from the first chapter, the...

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At Peace in the Storm – My Review

As I write this review, severe weather is thundering its way across my home state of Missouri. And I do NOT like storms! There’s been lightening, thunder, rain, and strong winds around me all day. Kinda fitting, huh? 😉...

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The South Was Right – My Review

As you might imagine, this book is hard to describe. The title alone draws much emotion and creates inevitable intrigue. I borrowed it from my brother’s bookshelf, eager to read “the other side” of the history...

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A Shining Light – My Review

My heart grew quickly attached to the young widow and son in this beautiful story as their plight brings surprising challenges and forces hard decisions upon their shoulders. After a surprising loss, Andrea uproots her child and...

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