I am completely charmed by Hope Harbor and a visit to Blackberry Beach is exactly what I needed!
And, there’s not one, but two romances to root for!
One of my favorite things about this story is that, for a contemporary read, there are no brand names, no pop culture and no trends. Hannon wrote these endearing characters to live in the world but not be of the world. It’s both welcomed and refreshing!
If you’re a fan taco trucks, sweet romances and a bonded pair of seagulls, then Blackberry Beach is the book for you!
I’m so glad to have read this story and totally recommend it! Blackberry Beach releases on April 6, 2021. Preorder your copy today at Baker Book House or Christian Book . You’ll be glad you did!
And, P.S. – be on the lookout for a cameo appearance from a famous author! 😉😊
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell and LibraryThing Early Reviewers. A positive review was not required. Opinions expressed are completely my own.
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The attention to detail is impressive, painting a vivid picture of the harsh streets of Chicago, the majesty of the World’s Fair and the charming Corner Books and More. Sylvie, Kristof and Rose’s stories are filled with emotion, with a beautiful faith message and reminders of God’s love.
Shadows of the White City is filled with many surprises! You won’t be able to put this story down!
While it’s not completely necessary to read the first book in this series (Veiled in Smoke) you totally should because it was equally as captivating! I cannot wait until the final book is available, I’m guessing, in 2022! I’m glad Jocelyn Green has several books on her backlog for me to enjoy while I wait!
Courting Misfortune is the first book in a fun new series from Regina Jennings!
When a rookie Pinkerton agent and a young pastor with good intentions find themselves working together, humorous misunderstandings lead to trouble! Fans of historical romance with spunky (and eccentric!) characters, rich historical details and a strong Christian message will enjoy this story!
With her oldest son taking a gap year in Europe, her aging father losing his sight and his memory, and her husband of twenty years announcing that he’s leaving her, Abbie Bartholomew Jowett is surrounded by overwhelming loss.
Desperate to mend her marriage and herself, she follows her son, Bobby, to walk the famed Camino pilgrimage. During their journey they encounter Rasa, an Iranian woman working in secret helping other refugees, and Caroline, a journalist who is studying pilgrims on the Camino while searching for answers from her broken past.
Each individual has their own reasons for the pilgrimage, but together they learn that the Camino strips you bare and calls you into deep soul-searching that can threaten all your best laid plans.
Engaging, enjoyable and filled with emotion. Appreciated the rotating first person, present tense point of views. My first time reading Elizabeth Musser and I’m excited for more!
Amy Lynn Green’s debut epistolary novel, Things We Didn’t Say, is a well researched story, with an impressive attention to detail. It was easy to get lost in time while reading the letters, notes and news articles shared.
While Johanna struggles with her faith and fitting in, she hopes for social acceptance of those she’s come to know at the POW camp. Her words are sometimes over-the-top, and it’s her friend Peter’s voice of reason that calms the storm. The contrast of their personalities really balanced the storytelling nicely.
While I did receive a complimentary electronic copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers through NetGalley, I purchased my own paperback, which is the version that was read for this review. Had I finished the NetGalley copy, a positive review would not have been required. All opinions expressed are completely my own.