Monthly Archives: March 2015

Tuesday’s Tale

Mismatched in Texas is book 2 of Deep in the Heart of Texas series by Janice Thompson. Belinda Bauer lives in Poetry, Texas, in 1904. Poetry is a city heavy on men and light on women, so Belinda decides to … Continue reading

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Monday’s Missive

Forever Amish by Kate Lloyd is book three of the Legacy of Lancaster Trilogy; however, it could be a standalone book. Sally Bingham, daughter of Ed, of Honest Ed’s Used Cars fame, decides to take a trip. She has been … Continue reading

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Fine Friday

I am doing well, recovery wise. I still have pressure in my eye, but that should clear up soon. My eye patch has been removed and that is a blessing! I see the Dr. for a follow up the latter … Continue reading

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Thursday’s Transmitting

My Heart Stood Still by Lori Copeland is the second in the series of Sisters of Mercy Flats. Ann-Marie and her sisters, unknown to the mission nuns, have been supplementing the coffers at the mission in Mercy Flats by disguising … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Words

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Tuesday’s Tale

The Last Heiress, by Mary Ellis, is a novel based on the relationship between a British textile mill heiress, her American family, and a poor mercantile owner. Amanda Dunn, heiress to Dunn Textiles in England, is persuaded by her ill … Continue reading

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Monday’s Missive

An Amish Cradle is a four in one book of novellas by Beth Wiseman, Amy Clipston, Kathleen Fuller and Vannetta Chapman. In the Father’s Arms by Beth Wiseman is the first in the series. Ruth Anne Zook and her best … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sharing

I will be going in for the removal of a “tricky” cataract on my right eye Tuesday. Because of this, I will be auto-posting several reviews and Wednesday’s Words. I also will not be answering comments or approving pingbacks for … Continue reading

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Friday’s Fiction

Heaven Help Heidi (Family of the Heart) by Sally John is a great story, realistic and very thought provoking. Heidi Hathaway is on the fast track of life. She seemingly has it all, a fantastic job in real estate that … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Write-up

Gunfight at Grace Gulch (Christian Cozy Mystery) (A Dressed For Death Mystery Book 1) by Darlene Franklin is a contemporary novel based on the re-enactment of the history of Grace Gulch, a fictionalized town in Oklahoma. Audie Howe recreates the … Continue reading

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