Tag: Book 2

Book Review: A Nanny for the Rancher’s Twins by Heidi Main

A Nanny for the Rancher’s Twins by Heidi MainMy rating: 5 of 5 starsKindle Happy foursome I knew this was a feel-good story from the start, but adding church, Bible studies, devotions, and honest conversations with God and you have a small-town glow on… Continue Reading “Book Review: A Nanny for the Rancher’s Twins by Heidi Main”

Book Review: Stake Horse by Stan D Jensen

Stake Horse: #2 in the First-Time Starter Trilogy by Stan D. Jensen My rating: 5 of 5 starsKindle IntriguingAnother great short tale about 1 horse and 1 race. But the author captures all the human frailty and highlights a relationship between the filly and… Continue Reading “Book Review: Stake Horse by Stan D Jensen”

Book Review: The Hunted by Jeff Wheeler

The Hunted by Jeff WheelerMy rating: 5 of 5 starsKindle Another grand adventureHe actually quoted scripture when they talked about the ancient tome. The author is a religious man, well-versed in scripture and ancient histories. These tales run deep. View all my reviews And,… Continue Reading “Book Review: The Hunted by Jeff Wheeler”

Book Review: To Commit by Carolyn Brown

To Commit by Carolyn Brown My rating: 5 of 5 starsKindle The Forever thing again?It appears that I have again dropped into the middle of a series, but Carolyn Brown is good at the stand-alone too. Two divorced people are once burned twice shy.… Continue Reading “Book Review: To Commit by Carolyn Brown”

Book Review: In Shining Whatever by Carolyn Brown

In Shining Whatever by Carolyn Brown My rating: 5 of 5 starsKindle I really criedNo shame here, good men cry. This was another great romantic ride and I enjoyed it along with the other 2 stories. I’m liking Carolyn Brown a lot more these… Continue Reading “Book Review: In Shining Whatever by Carolyn Brown”

Book Review: Indomitable by Terry Brooks

Indomitable by Terry Brooks My rating: 5 of 5 starsKindleMore is betterTwo years after Wishsong, Jair is back, still kinda young but he gets a message to go so he does. Willingness to serve is a good characteristic of a hero right? Have fun… Continue Reading “Book Review: Indomitable by Terry Brooks”

Book Review: Red Bounty by J N Chaney

Red Bounty by J.N. ChaneyMy rating: 5 of 5 starsKindleSpace adventure and Justice tooThe second installment of Van Tudor Peacemaker lives up to its predecessor and promises more adventure. I like how he treats aliens with an even hand too. View all my reviews… Continue Reading “Book Review: Red Bounty by J N Chaney”

Book Review: Everyone Knows You Shouldn’t Rescue Maidens In Alleyways by August

Everyone Knows You Shouldn’t Rescue Maidens In Alleyways by August.My rating: 5 of 5 starsKindle UnlimitedFantastic Powers What a stellar adventure in this Fantasy world. I was enchanted by beauty, awed by power, and blessed by kindness. And nice pictures too! View all my… Continue Reading “Book Review: Everyone Knows You Shouldn’t Rescue Maidens In Alleyways by August”

Book Review: Genome by A.G. Riddle

Genome by A.G. RiddleMy rating: 5 of 5 starsKindleBlue pill? This whole thing was about putting people in their own perfect world. What’s that movie I am thinking of? Anyway, lots of action, twists and turns, betrayal, and of course love. The Matrix, that… Continue Reading “Book Review: Genome by A.G. Riddle”

Book Review: Amish Murder by Samantha Price

Amish Murder by Samantha PriceKindle UnlimitedMy rating: 5 of 5 stars Fractured FamilyOr how, in an Amish community, can a family be broken so badly that the daughter commits suicide and attempts to frame her brother for the murder because he got the farm… Continue Reading “Book Review: Amish Murder by Samantha Price”