Just Released: Lone Witness, A New Atlanta Justice

Rachel Dylan and Bethany House Publishers have just released the next book in the sizzling Atlanta Justice Series: Lone Witness. This is Book Two in the series and tells the story of Sophie Dawson, Prosecutor and rising star in the Fulton County DA’s office. You will definitely want to add this one to your summer reading list!…

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Keturah, The Sugar Baron’s Daughters

Lisa Bergren has just released her book, Keturah. This is book one in her new Historical Romance series for Bethany House Publishers, The Sugar Baron’s Daughters. Our story begins in England but is mainly set on the Caribbean Island of Nevis (which I confess) I knew little to nothing about before reading this book. Bergren has really…

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A Thriller For the Holidays ~The House On Foster Hill!

The House on Foster Hill is one of those books you start—intending a nice lazy read over the holidays. But once you begin? You can’t put it down! I was riveted to this story from page one all the way to the end. (And what a surprise that was!) Wow, what a mystery! Where shall…

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A Dangerous Legacy: Empire State One, by Elizabeth Camden

A Dangerous Legacy is Elizabeth Camden’s first in her new historical romance series, The Empire State. As historical romance’s go, this one starts out with all the usual suspects. The poor and struggling heroine Lucy Drake and her brother are up to their ears in the alligators who are their rich and treacherous relatives. A multi-decade…

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Dark Deception: Leave The Lights On!

DARK DECEPTION had me jumping at shadows & sleeping with the lights on, yikes! Grabbing me at page one, it whisked me off to the murky world of psychotic serial killers and their equally creepy groupies. We follow our heroine Kate O’Brien to the small-town of Shelter Cove, Arkansas, where she is endeavoring to rebuild her life…

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Women Who Move Mountains: Not The Status Quo!

Women Who Move Mountains kind of blew my doors off. I mean, if you’re looking for the status quo in books on prayer, this is NOT it.   Sue Detweiler has written a book with a fresh new approach to an old problem in the church—namely our prayerlessness! When I read a book on prayer, frankly…

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