Tag: Book Review

Book Review: Ethan’s Peach Tree by Stan D Jensen

Ethan’s Peach Tree by Stan D. JensenKindleMy rating: 5 of 5 stars powerful storyI appreciate the author’s knowledge of history and his ability to give life to the story. I also appreciate that animals are frequently featured characters in these tales as Yorktown was… Continue Reading “Book Review: Ethan’s Peach Tree by Stan D Jensen”

Book Review: Maeve by Josie Riviera

Perfect Match Book 6 Maeve by Josie RivierakindleMy rating: 5 of 5 stars Maeve is one in a million for sure but where would she fit in his world? According to him, she doesn’t need to fit in. Men adore her and women are… Continue Reading “Book Review: Maeve by Josie Riviera”

Book Review: Distant Horizons by J N Chaney

Distant Horizon by J.N. ChaneyKindleMy rating: 5 of 5 stars Space…the final frontierI just enjoy these books even when the technology makes no sense. But a junkyard dog in space where they had heard about ghosts really got me going. Most of all I… Continue Reading “Book Review: Distant Horizons by J N Chaney”

Book Review: A Brother’s Promise by Mindy Obenhaus

A Brother’s Promise by Mindy ObenhausKindleMy rating: 5 of 5 stars Lovely little girlMick is the guardian of his sister’s daughter. Their sudden death puts Sadie in a tailspin. Enter neighbor and hardware store owner, and the rest is drama and love all the… Continue Reading “Book Review: A Brother’s Promise by Mindy Obenhaus”

Book Review: A Season for Second Chances by Samantha Price

Amish Bonnet Sisters Book 28 A Season for Second Chances by Samantha PriceKindleMy rating: 5 of 5 stars Moving alongLots of subplots again, nothing really major happened, but Krystal gets a second chance with the community, and Favor finally sticks to her guns with… Continue Reading “Book Review: A Season for Second Chances by Samantha Price”

Book Review: On Distant Shores by Sarah Sundin

Wings of the Nightingale Book 2 On Distant Shores by Sarah SundinKindleMy rating: 5 of 5 stars A well-done story; historically, romantically, and most of all spiritually endearing, uplifting, and challenging. Again set against the backdrop of World War 2 and the beginning of… Continue Reading “Book Review: On Distant Shores by Sarah Sundin”

Book Review: The Silent Order by Melanie Dobson

The Silent Order by Melanie DobsonKindleMy rating: 5 of 5 stars Wow, quite the plot eh? Mob bosses and Amish communities are at odds because they think a certain cop knows too much. The weird thing is that the farm they go to is… Continue Reading “Book Review: The Silent Order by Melanie Dobson”

Book Review: Oh Danny Boy by Josie Riviera

Oh Danny Boy by Josie RivieraKindleMy rating: 5 of 5 stars Irish coffee sweetnessNow, this was an involved scenario with plenty of back story revealed along the way. All of the major players were well-developed and written. Add an old Irish Ballad to make… Continue Reading “Book Review: Oh Danny Boy by Josie Riviera”

Book Review: Choices by Carolyn Brown

Love’s Valley 1 Choices by Carolyn BrownKindleMy rating: 5 of 5 stars Reunification one couple at a timeNow there’s a ripping romantic adventure for you. An Irish Mexican beauty takes up with the wrong guy but has the gumption to jump ship and is… Continue Reading “Book Review: Choices by Carolyn Brown”

Book Review: The World that we knew by Alice Hoffman

The World That We Knew by Alice HoffmanKindleMy rating: 5 of 5 stars IntenseAnother look at Jewish people in Europe during World War 2. I was not aware of the lore concerning golems until now. Before this treatment, they were diabolical constructions in the… Continue Reading “Book Review: The World that we knew by Alice Hoffman”