Imperfect Justice

Imperfect Justice

Cara Putman’s Imperfect Justice is a heartrending story of family violence developed to show not only the tragedy of those battling abuse but the willingness of outsiders to help mingled with their struggle to understand what really goes on inside the domicile. Emilie Wesley is a likable attorney who despite battling her own demons, works Read More

The Gift of Christmas Past

The Gift of Christmas Past

A fast, easy read, Cindy Woodsmall and Erin Woodsmall’s The Gift of Christmas Past is a story of hardship, overcoming difficult odds and enduring obstacles all mixed with a touch of romance. Centered on protagonist Hadley Granger, The Gift of Christmas Past gives readers a peek at what life for foster children is really like.  Read More

Christy

Christy

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the original release, Catherine Marshall’s Christy is being introduced to an entirely new generation. A fictional account of her mother’s real experiences, the book is a thought-provoking read. How does a 19 year affluent, educated young woman from Ashville, North Carolina adjust to life in the mountains of Read More

Rescued Hearts

Rescued Hearts

Rescued Hearts recipe– Take one helpless kitten, add two criminals, mix in an undercover detective, toss a dash of an innocent bystander, gently stir disappointed parents, blend a meddlesome Gigi, add a stalker for flavor and combine to make a unique criminal caper with a satisfying side of love story. By most accounts, Mary Wade Read More

The Master's Mind

The Master’s Mind

Starting a bit slowly, Lance Hahn’s, The Master’s Mind eventually picks up speed and delivers a commentary full of wisdom.  The book’s introduction sets the perfect stage with these words, “We are a mess.  We are insecure, defensive, lonely, empty, fearful, depressed, self-absorbed, dysfunctional, angry, and confused.”  #ouch #true Readers not fed up with their, Read More

Many Sparrows

Many Sparrows

Lori Benton’s Many Sparrows establishes a thought provoking view into a time when the places now known as states were still colonies, relations with Native Americans were tumultuous, and the quest for land ownership often ended in tragedy. Pregnant and alone on the frontier protagonist Clare Inglesby finds herself in a most frightening situation.  When Read More

The Captain's Daughter

The Captain’s Daughter

Set in 1879 London, “The Captain’s Daughter” gives readers a peek into late 19th-century life, a time when women’s, roles as well as societal norms were experiencing transitional birthing pains. During this time period, individuals associated with the theater lived on the outer fringes of proper society.  Although many of the individuals connected to the Read More