Special Feature and Excerpt: Her Hidden Hope (Colorado Grooms #4) by Jill Lynn

Who doesn’t need a little uplifting right about now? I know that I do and what better way than to escape for a few hours into a happy and uplifting novel?

That’s exactly what the Love Inspired books are all about, uplifting romances about faith, hope, and of course love. Today I have an excerpt of Jill Lynn’s latest novel, HER HIDDEN HOPE, for you all to check out.

I love the cover and the premise of this story and I am looking forward to checking out more Love Inspired titles like this one. Keep reading to see more books similar to this one and if you like the little excerpt from this sweet romance, then you can download a copy today! Continue reading “Special Feature and Excerpt: Her Hidden Hope (Colorado Grooms #4) by Jill Lynn”

Special Feature: Exile Music by Jennifer Steil

If you are in any way a fan of historical fiction, you need this book on your radar! It’s already being met with rave reviews and takes us from the music rooms of Vienna to the unknown country of Bolivia during WWII.

May people know the story of many Jews who went into hiding during WWII and perhaps were smuggled out of the country to places like England or even the United States, but I can’t think of a single book that explores the role that Central and South American played in the war for Jewish exiles.

Which is precisely why this book sounds so amazing and new! It’s out now and you definitely want to snag yourself a copy of this one as I am sure a lot of people will be talking about this one in the coming months! Continue reading “Special Feature: Exile Music by Jennifer Steil”

Review: Beyond the Ghetto Gates by Michelle Cameron

Recently I binge read the Sebastian St Cyr mystery series and while I was reading that series, this publishing house contacted me and said if I loved books set in the Napoleonic Wars, then this might be a book that I would be interested in.

I confess, I was intrigued. I don’t in fact know much about the Napoleonic as it isn’t my speciality, but while reading the Sebastian St Cyr novels, I found that there was a lot of this era that sounded ripe for reading and researching. So when I was approached about reading this one, it most certainly caught my eye.

I love when publishing houses take some time to find out what I have been reading lately and why so when I was asked to read this one, the publisher pointed out that I had mentioned that I wanted to know more about this time period and that I was Catholic and this would be a very interesting book for me, so I let myself be sold on it. Continue reading “Review: Beyond the Ghetto Gates by Michelle Cameron”

Review: The Ingredients of You and Me (Hopeless Romantics #3) by Nina Bocci

Full confession, I am a sucker for cake and this cover was too good to pass up. I could almost smell the amazing-ness from the picture alone. I also love romantic books and right now I will take all the feel good comfort food—I mean books—that I can get!

I didn’t know that this book was part of a series, which of course I haven’t read the series, but it sounded like it would be a book I could read as a standalone with only a few characters from previous books making a few appearances. Which from what I gather from reading it, is entirely the case because I didn’t have any trouble jumping into this one.

Lately I have also really been digging the rom-coms and this book sounded like just the ticket to keep with my reading theme of late—so I baked a cake and sat down to enjoy this one. Continue reading “Review: The Ingredients of You and Me (Hopeless Romantics #3) by Nina Bocci”

Review: House Broken by Sonja Yoerg

Geneva Novak tends to relate better to animals than she does her own family…that’s why she’s a vet.

And avoiding her family has more or less worked for her these last few years.

But one day she gets a call that is going to change all that and make her finally face the relationships she been avoiding.

Geneva’s mother, Helen, loves her vodka but vodka doesn’t love her back. Dublin, Geneva’s brother calls to tell her that their mother has been in a drinking and driving accident.

Though not life threatening, she has some significant injuries. Dublin, though close with Helen, can’t take her in as he has a special needs child. Her sister Floence, lives in New York and won’t take her in. The oldest sister, Paris, is living in Africa and hasn’t been in contact with the family in years.

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