Book Review: Mistaken by Karen Barnett

From Amazon: Since booze and prohibition have made criminals out of every man in her world, Laurie Burke resolves to find at least one honorable man to fill her life. Convinced that handsome newcomer Daniel Shepherd is connected with her brother’s rum-running gang, Laurie quickly scratches his name off her list. Daniel has mixed feelings about returning to the dirty mill town of his youth, but grudgingly agrees to manage…

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Amazon Vine Book Review: True Images Bible for Teen Girls

In an age where teens are using Bible apps for their reading, I was curious to see a “real” Bible available for review. The Amazon Vine program offered the True Images Bible for Teen Girls. This is a hardcover Bible in NIV, New International Version. The Bible is geared for girls age13-16 and does contain issues that are mature in nature that teens face. I think this is an important…

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Book Review: The Chase by Diann Mills

When I went to create this review, I came across Diann Mills’ other titles. I’ve read nearly everything, and loved every read. She’s award winning and a master at romantic suspense. The Chase is another notch on her belt. The writer researching the FBI premise has been done before, and especially with romance, can seem forced. This isn’t the case in The Chase. Like a good relationship Mills weaves a…

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Book Review: Leaving Egypt—Finding God in the Wilderness Places

I wasn’t sure if the Amazon Vine Program would be worth my time, but already I’m enjoying the fruits of my choices. Today is no exception. I chose Leaving Egypt: Finding God in the Wilderness Places simply based on the title. My own wilderness story changed everything about me, and when I was in that season, I thought about the Israelites a lot. I enjoyed this book a lot. The…

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Book Review: I am Second

Well if the year ended right now, I’d have my favorite fiction and non fiction reads in the bag already. Since that’s not fair to the authors releasing books in the next nine months, I’ll leave you with a review today. I am Second very well could be my first choice for 2012 read of the year. This was a theme that my son came home with after attending a…

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