Saturday, June 28, 2014

Firewall by DiAnn Mills

Oh. My. Goodness. Firewall, the first book in DiAnn Mills series, "FBI Houston" blew me away. This novel was well worth my time and kept me reading late into the night. If this is any indication of the rest of the series, I can hardly wait.

Firewall is the story of software developer, Taryn Young, and FBI Special Agent, Grayson Hall. The story begins on Taryn's wedding day. A day that turned tragic and landed her in the hospital after the airport is bombed. But the question everyone wants answered is where is Taryn's husband, Francis Shepherd?

The twists and turns within the pages of Firewall takes the reader on a wild ride involving airport bombings, kidnapping, murder, computer hacking, just to name a few. The character of Taryn became my hero within the pages of this book. She was strong-willed, intelligent, determined and extremely likable. The character of Grayson Hall stole my heart. He was described as having dark blond hair and startling blue eyes (not like the cover image) and he had a caring heart. He was also determined and this caused a little butting of heads. Grayson's Uncle Joe was charismatic and oh so lovable.

The story of Firewall seemed so real that it could have been taken right out of today's headlines. Ms. Mills is a master at crafting well plotted stories with believable characters that pull you into their world and hold you there for the duration of the book.  

I would highly suggest Firewall to anyone who enjoys a good clean suspense novel. The Christian thread is subtle and not overpowering.

I would like to thank the author and Tyndale House Publishers for my review copy of Firewall. I received my copy for free in order to read it and give my honest review, which I have done.

On a 5-Star Scale - 5 HUGE Stars!!!!!

I would like to thank the author and Tyndale House Publishers for my review copy of Firewall. I received my copy for free in order to read it and give my honest review, which I have done.

Smiles & Blessings,

A Moment in Time by Tracie Peterson

Tracie Peterson is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. When I had the opportunity to read and review A Moment in Time, her second book in her "Lone Star Brides" series I jumped at the chance. The first book in the series is A Sensible Arrangement (read my review here) and I loved it. But I must say, A Moment in Time was just as good. 

For those of you who read the first book, you'll remember that Martha Dandridge, known as Marty, left her home state of Texas to be a mail order bride to Jacob Wythe, known as Jake. Jake's dream was to leave his job as a banker and move back to his home state of Texas and get a ranch. Well, in A Moment in Time, the reader meets up with these two wonderful characters once again. The bank is closing its doors and Jake leaves Marty and Alice, their former maid, and now friend, to move back to Texas to find some work ranching. Once he can afford to send for them he will.

Marty doesn't want to go back to Texas because she lost her first husband when a Texas Longhorn gored him. She and Alice move into the orphanage to help take care of the children. All the while, Mr. Smith, a nefarious person is after Alice as he thinks she has something that he wants. In time, Marty's sister and brother-in-law give money to Jake to send to Marty and Alice for train passage to Texas.

In the first book, Alice and her father were attacked by Mr. Smith. Her father died and she was badly scarred on her face. She feels no man would want to marry her because she was disfigured. But enter, Marty's nephew, Robert Barnett who quickly captures her heart as she captures his. There are several things that tend to keep Alice from allowing Robert to get close. Through it all she comes to terms with her past, learns how to forgive and finally places her trust in the Lord. 

Ms. Peterson has created characters that have quirks and mannerisms that captured my heart. They are believable and have stayed with me even after turning the last page. I can hardly wait for book three, A Matter of Heart which comes out in October 2014.

I would highly recommend picking up a copy of A Moment in Time if you enjoy reading good clean historical romance novels. This is a keeper!

On a 5-Star Scale = 5 Stars!!!!!

I would like to thank Bethany House for my review copy of A Moment in Time. I received my copy for free in order to read it and give my honest review, which I have done.

Smiles & Blessings,

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Seagrass Pier by Colleen Coble

As an avid fan of Colleen Coble, I could hardly wait to read her newest release Seagrass Pier. This book is the third in the Hope Beach series. The first in the series is Tidewater Inn (read my review here) and the second is Rosemary Cottage (read my review here). Both were excellent books to read. I must admit that Seagrass Pier is excellent as well.

The story of Seagrass Pier takes place at Hope Beach in North Carolina and is the story of Elin Summerall who works in organ procurements and FBI agent Marc Everton.  Elin and Marc had known each other in the past and what Marc doesn't know is that he is the father of Elin's daughter, four year old Josie.

Elin had to have a heart transplant due to a life-threatening virus and now she is experiencing dreams and vision's of the woman who's heart is now hers. This woman was brutally murdered and because an article was done on how Elin is remembering bits and pieces of her donor's life, Elin's life is now in jeopardy.  

Elin has moved out to Seagrass Pier with Josie and her mother Ruby. Her mother is suffering from early onset Alzheimer Disease and this makes things a little more difficult for Elin to cope with in her life. She finally tells Marc that he is Josie's father and although he is furious at first he soon finds himself enjoying being Josie's daddy and getting closer to Elin.

Packed with twists and turns that take the reader on a fast paced suspenseful ride, Seagrass Pier is probably my favorite book in Ms. Coble's "A Hope Beach Novel" series. She has a knack for creating strong-willed, believable characters that once they pull you in, they never let go. Not even after you turn that last page.

I would highly recommend Seagrass Pier to anyone who enjoys a good clean suspenseful read. Ms. Coble always delivers well plotted and captivating novels that allows the reader to escape into a fast paced suspenseful world.  This book reads as a stand-alone book but characters from the previous books are mentioned or have bit parts in this book. Go out an pick up a copy. I guarantee you, you will not be dissatisfied

On a 5-Star scale = 5 HUGE Stars!!!!!

I would like to thank Litfuse Publicity and Thomas Nelson for my Advanced Reader's Copy of Seagrass Pier. I received my copy fo free in order to read it and give my honest review, which I have done.. 

Smiles & Blessings,


Monday, June 23, 2014

CFBA - Rival Hearts by Tara Randel

This week, the

is introducing

Abingdon Press (June 17, 2014)



Tara Randel has enjoyed a lifelong love of books, especially romance and mystery genres, so it didn't come as a surprise when she began writing with the dream of becoming published. After finding Romantic Times magazine in a bookstore many years ago, she found information about writing organizations. Soon after, she joined Romance Writers of America. She located the local RWA chapter and immediately attended her first meeting. There was no stopping her after that!

Through Tampa Area Romance Authors, Tara learned all about the business of publishing, starting with the craft of writing to behind the scenes of publishing. She served as contest coordinator for four years and served as President for one year, enjoying the organization and the lasting friendships made there.

When not writing, Tara owns a business with her husband and stays busy with her two daughters. She lives on the West Coast of Florida, where gorgeous sunsets inspire the creation of heartwarming stories, filled with love, laughter and the occasional mystery. Enjoy!


Molly Henderson and Ben Weaver have been rival magazine writers for the same publishing group for years. When both come up for the same promotion, they find themselves in an unexpected competition to win the spot. Molly, editor of Quilter’s Heart, and Ben, editor of Outdoor Adventures, must switch roles, each working for the other for one month, then submit an article at the end of their quests.

Can girly-girl Molly survive the outdoor adventures that Ben has planned? Can Ben navigate the perils of the social dynamics of quilting events without destroying a valuable quilt in one short month? More importantly, in this he-said, she-said situation, will Molly and Ben give in to their attraction and fall in love, no matter who wins?

If you would like to read the first chapter of Rival Hearts, go HERE.

My Thoughts:

Rival Hearts was a fun read from beginning to end.  The two lead characters are head strong and willing to do almost anything to get what they want. Molly Henderson is the editor of Quilter's Heart magazine and Ben Weaver is the editor of Outdoor Adventures magazine. Both magazines are owned by Master's Publishing.  The owner, Mr. Blake Masterson has decided he wants to debut a brand new magazine entitled American Legend. Mr. Masterson is known for doing some strange gimmicks to promote his magazines and he has come up with a way to select the Editor-in-Chief of the new magazine.  He decides to have Ben do a project for Quilter's Heart magazine and Molly must do a project for Outdoor Adventures magazine. It was a wild ride...

When the story first began, I didn't like Ben very much. I thought he was an egotistical jock who thought he was better than everyone else, including Molly. Boy, was I wrong. Molly came off as a wallflower in the beginning and the two seemed very mismatched. But as the shells of these two wonderful characters started to peal away what was left was a beautiful relationship between two lovable characters.

I won't tell you who won because that would ruin it for you, but I do suggest that you pick up a copy because I am sure you will love it.

On a 5-Star Scale - 4 1/2 Stars!

I would like to thank Christian Fiction Blog Alliance and Abingdon Press for my review copy of Rival Hearts. I received my copy for free so I could read it and give my honest review, which I have done.

Smiles & Blessings,

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Silenced by Dani Pettrey

When given the opportunity to read and review Silenced by Dani Pettrey, I jumped at the chance. Silenced is the fourth book in Ms. Pettrey's "Alaskan Courage" series. The first book in the series is Submerged, the second in the series is Shattered (read my review here) and the third book in the series is Stranded (read my review here). Hi haven't read the first book in the series yet but I will very soon. While each book can be read as a stand alone book, I would highly recommend reading them all in order. I absolutely love this series and the McKenna family.

This book is Jake and Kayden's story and while they appreared in the other books, this book has given the fans of this series what we've all been waiting for.  Smile.

Ms. Pettrey has created a wonderful, suspenseful story that kep me guessing up until all was revealed. Her characters are masterfully created leaving the reader thinking about them long after they read the final page and close the cover. 

I can hardly wait for Spring 2015 when Sabotaged releases. If I had to guess, I would say this will be Reef McKenna's story. If his pairing with Kirra in Silenced is any sign of things to come, Ms. Pettrey will have another winner on her hands.

I would highly recommend Silenced to anyone who enjoys a good Christian suspense novel.

On a 5 Star Scale = 5 HUGE Stars!!!!!

I would like to thank Bethany House Publishers for my copy of Silenced. I received my copy for free in order to read it and give my honest review, which I have done.

Smiles & Blessings,

The Turning by Davis Bunn - a review with Giveaway!

The Turning by Davis Bunn is the story of five people who, while they are all quite different and from different walks of life, have something in common. They all hear God's voice and are brought together in New York City for a purpose. But first they must all deal with issues in each of their lives.

This story takes place over a period of twelve days. All the characters were likable in their own way, except maybe the villain Trent Cooper. As the story progresses each character is required to make sacrifices while surrendering to God's will. The task they find themselves up against seems impossible. Will they succeed?

The characters were hard for me to connect with. I didn't like Trent Cooper at all. The others, John, Alisha, Jenny, Yussuf and Ruth were okay but they didn't seem real to me. They were from all different walks of life coming together in accordance to God's will. What I did like is that the reader is made aware that God is still speaking today and will talk to anyone. We just need to listen.

To me, the story was a little dark and I had a hard time really getting into it, probably more because it wasn't the type of genre I usually read. In fact, it is considered devotional fiction and it has a supplementary 40 Day online devotional to go along with the book. You can access this and other online resources here. While I wasn't a big fan, I am sure there will be many who love this book.

On a 5-Star scale = 3 1/2 stars.

I would like to thank River North, a division of Moody Publishers for my review copy of The Turning. I received my copy for free in order to read it and give my honest review, which I have done.

Now for the giveaway, the publisher was kind enough to give me an extra copy of The Turning to give away to one of you.....

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Smiles & Blessings,


Saving Amelie by Cathy Gohlke

I am a fan of historical novels written against the backdrop of WWII. Saving Amelie by Cathy Gohlke brings the world, as it was during that time, alive for the reader. She makes the reader feel as if they were there witnessing all the atrocities that were going on.

Ms. Gohlke has created believable characters and dropped them into a period of time where horrific things happened at the hand of Hitler's Third Reich in Germany. She did submit some historical characters into her story lending a feeling of authenticity to her novel.

Hitler wanted a pur Aryan race for his Germany and if a person or child didn't show the possiblity of being part of his perfect race he had them eliminated.

Amelie is a young girl who is deaf. Her father is a German officer who can't handle the fact Amelie is less than perfect and want to get rid of her. Amelie's mother, Kristine, wants to save her daughter even if it means she will never see her again. She asks her best friend, Rachel, to take charge of Amelie and asks that she take her out of Germany.

I loved the character of Jason, an American reporter, because he didn't give up on Rachel. I enjoyed how their relationship grew during this time.

There is so much packed into the 429 pages of this book. The reader is given a glimpse of how awful life was for the the people in Germany who didn't measure up to Hitler's plan for the perfect race.

I would highly recommend this historical novel to anyone who enjoys reading historical fiction. the characters appear to be real and will invite the reader to step into their world. Be prepared for a page turner that will keep you intrigued to the very last page.

On a 5-Star Scale = 5 Stars!!!!!

I would like to thank Tyndale House Publishers for my copy of Saving Amelie. I received my copy for free in order to read it and give my honest review, which I have done.

Smiles & Blessings,

NIV Read Easy Bible

I was excited when I had the opportunity to review the NIV read easy Bible by Zondervan. It was described as a compact Bible with large print and that's exactly what I was looking for. If you have ever picked up a compact Bible you have probably found the print is quite small. That is not the case with this Bible. It's compact with beautiful large print.

This bible comes with an Italian duo-tone cover which appears and smells like leather and the pages are gilded with silver. It comes with a ribbon marker and it is a red letter edition. In the front of the Bible there is a nice presentation page which would be nice if you choose to give this Bible as a gift.

I had my pastor husband use this Bible in church this morning and when I asked him what he thought after the service he told me he like the feel of the Bible and that the compact size and larger print made it so much easier to handle during his sermon. It's a winner!

I would highly recommend this Bible to those people who just want a Bible to take with you in your everyday travels or to use as a witnessing tool. It is not a study Bible and doesn't contain a concordance.

I would like to thank BookLook Bloggers and Zondervan for my copy of the NIV easy read Bible. I received my copy for free in order to use it and give my honest opinion, which I have done.

Smiles & Blessings,

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Four Weddings and a Kiss by Margaret Brownley, Debra Clopton, Mary Connealy, and Robin Lee Hatcher

If you like reading anthologys or short novellas, then Four Weddings & a Kiss is a book you will want to pick up and devour. The authors offer up wonderful stories that will put a smile on any reader's face. 

The book begins with a prologue introducing Reverend Gregory Miller. He is a pastor in love and the woman he loves is someone that he feels isn't right to be a pastor's wife. When the book begins, he is at a revival meeting in Ft. Worth, Texas and the following day he will be getting on a train to head home. While he is praying to God he speaks out loud asking God how is he going to live without Elizabeth in his life. Four other pastors hear his cry and they begin to share stories of 'miss-matched' couples that found their happy endings.

The first story offered is Spitfire Sweetheart by Mary Connealy.  Maizy MacGregor was raised by her father since the age of five and she can ride and work a ranch along with the best of men. However, she has a problem of getting herself in trouble. Rylan Cartens owns the neighboring ranch to the MacGregors and he has made it clear that Maizy is to stay off his property. A black angus bull and one crazy grizzly bear set the tempo of what ensues next.  This was probably my favorite story in the entire anthology. 
The second story is A Love Letter to the Editor by Robin Lee Hatcher. This is the story of Molly Everton and Jack Ludgrove. Molly's father owns the local newspaper and decides it is time to hire someone as managing editor. When Molly finds out that her father has hired Jack instead of offering her the position she is outraged. While Molly is trying hard to deter Jack from staying at the newspaper, her heart is telling her something else. This was a cute story that I truly enjoyed.

A Cowboy for Katie, by Debra Clopton, is the third story. It is the story of Katie Pearl and Treb Rayburn. When the story begins, Katie has just suffered a devastating loss three weeks prior. Her father was killed when a tornado hit their ranch. She was pinned under debris for several days and now the people of the town thinks she's crazy because she acts different. What they don't know is she suffered a concussion and is slowing recovering from the affects of it. Treb is suffering himself, with a case of wanderlust. Three days before arriving Midway, Texas his horse dies right out from under him. When he arrives in town, he decides to get a job in order to make enough money to buy another horse. Katie overhears him asking the proprietor of the general store if he knew of any place he could get hired on. Katie proceeds to offer Treb a job with pay and the promise of a horse when the job is done. She wants him to rebuild her house that was destroyed. This was another fun story, that kept me engaged until the end. 

The last story offered is Courting Trouble by Margaret Brownley.  This is the story of Grace Davenport and Brock Daniels.  Grace is a young widow raising her son alone. The story begins with her son, Jesse Morris, asking Brock, a local lawyer, to help his mother who is currently in jail. According to Jesse, the sheriff said she killed her husband. Jesse wants Brock because the lawyer the court appointed for her has lost most of his cases and his clients have been hung. She is found innocent but only because the judge sided with her and needed to leave town. Through a discussion that Brock has with Jesse they come up with an idea on how to find out who really killed Grace's husband. This was another fun story and I loved the suspense thread.

The book concludes with an epilogue in which Reverend Gregory Miller arrives home to his Elizabeth and he tells her he wants to share with her the stories the other pastors shared with him. Stories about two people in love just like them. And yes, after reading the four stories, the epilogue ends with the kiss.

I would highly recommend Four Weddings & a Kiss to anyone who enjoys light-hearted reading. You can easily read each novella in one sitting. If I were to say anything negative about the book it is that I would love to learn more about all of these characters. All the women had spunk and the men had the willingness to tame them. An enjoyable read.

On a 5-Star Scale = 4 1/2 Stars!!!!

I would like to thank Litfuse Publicity and Thomas Nelson for my review copy. I received my copy for free in order to read and give my honest review, which I have done.

Smiles & Blessings,

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

CFBA - Yankee in Atlanta by Jocelyn Green

This week, the

is introducing

River North(June 1, 2014)



Jocelyn Green is a child of God, wife and mom living in Cedar Falls, Iowa. She is also an award-winning journalist, author, editor and blogger. Though she has written nonfiction on a variety of topics, her name is most widely recognized for her ministry to military wives: Faith Deployed. Her passion for the military family was fueled by her own experience as a military wife, and by the dozens of interviews she has conducted with members of the military for her articles and books, Faith Deployed: Daily Encouragement for Military Wives and its sequel, Faith Deployed...Again: More Daily Encouragement for Military Wives. She is also co-author of both Stories of Faith and Courage from the War in Iraq & Afghanistan and Stories of Faith and Courage from the Home Front (forthcoming, May 2012). Her Faith Deployed Web site and Facebook page continue to provide ongoing support, encouragement and resources for military wives worldwide.


When soldier Caitlin McKae woke up in Atlanta after being wounded in battle, the Georgian doctor who treated her believed Caitlin's only secret was that she had been fighting for the Confederacy disguised as a man. In order to avoid arrest or worse, Caitlin hides her true identity and makes a new life for herself in Atlanta.
Trained as a teacher, she accepts a job as a governess to the daughter of Noah Becker, a German immigrant lawyer, who is about to enlist with the Rebel army. Then in the spring of 1864, Sherman's troops edge closer to Atlanta. Caitlin tries to escape north with the girl, but is arrested on charges of being a spy. Will honor dictate that Caitlin follow the rules, or love demand that she break them?

Id you would like to read the first chapter of Yankee in Atlanta, go HERE.

My Thoughts:

As a fan of Civil War novels I couldn't pass up the chance to read Yankee in Atlanta by Jocelyn Green. This it the third book in Ms. Green's series, "Heroines Behind the Lines". I haven't read the first two books in the series yet, Wedded to War and Widow of Gettysburg but I definitely plan on reading them in the near future. I also look forward to her next release in the series, Spy of Richmond.

The book begins with a Prologue in which the reader finds themselves transported to the battlefield in the thick of fighting. Ms. Green draws the reader in from the first page and you find yourself held captive until the last page is turned. I always love books that pull the reader in, holds them hostage and doesn't release them until long after the book has been finished.

This novel tells the story of two families, one northern and the other southern. Caitlin McKae, while having Irish roots, has joined the Northerners fight by disguising herself as a man. When she is wounded, she encounters a Confederate who is dying. He hands her his Rebel Bible asking her to read the 23rd Psalm to him. He also tells her to use his jacket to tie off her wounded arm. She soon loses conscientiousness and when she awakes she learns that the enemy knows she is female. One man accuses her of being a spy but she swears she is not. Will she succeed in concealing who she is until the war is over?

Ruby O'Flannery is the northerner who is fighting her own battles while trying to raise her young son.  Will she be able to succeed in fighting her battles? 

Noah Becker is a German immigrant who is ready to head off to fight for the Confederacy but he must first find someone to watch over his young daughter, Ana. He soon hires Caitlin as Ana's governess. Caitlin finds herself challenged, not only posing as a southerner but also in finding ways to keep her and Ana fed and safe.

This is a book that one must spend time with. It's not light reading and isn't meant to be. After all, it is set against one of the darkest times in American history. It isn't a book for the faint at heart either. It is, however, rich in history and characters that make you believe they are real. If you enjoy authentic historical novels, I would highly suggest you pick up a copy of Yankee in Atlanta. You won't be sorry.

On a 5-Star Scale - 4 Stars!!!!

I would like to thank Christian Fiction Blog Alliance and River North publishers for my review copy of Yankee in Atlanta. I received my copy for free in order to read and give my honest review, which I have done.

Smiles & Blessings,

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Blind Trust by Sandra Orchard

Blind Trust is the second book in Sandra Orchard's "Port Aster Secrets" series. The first book in the series is Deadly Devotion (read my review here) and the third book is entitled Identity Withheld and per the author's website, it will be releasing in November. I can hardly wait!

The series is set in the small town of Port Aster and it picks up where Deadly Devotion left off. While I would highly suggest reading Deadly Devotion first, it isn't necessary as the author brings the reader up to date referring back to things that happened in the first novel.

Blind Trust begins with our heroine, Kate Adams, passing counterfeit ten dollar bills at the local grocery store.  Luckily, when the police arrive it is none other than her love interest, Detective Tom Parker. She tells the store security and Tom that her neighbor, who is elderly, gave her the money to purchase some groceries for her. Tom lets on that there has been a rash of counterfeit bills being passed around town and that appears to be the main story line. That is until Kate steps into something more than a ring of counterfeiters.

This book is packed full of secrets, betrayals and intrigue and I guarantee you that once you enter into the town of Port Aster, through the pages of Blind Trust, you will be kept on the edge of your seat until you turn the very last page. Then, if you are like me, you will be counting the days until the release of Identity Withheld.

Ms. Orchard has a gift of creating believable, lovable characters that will leave the readers thinking about them long after the last page is read and the cover is closed.  Her knack of weaving a suspenseful tale is masterful.

If you are of lover of suspenseful stories with a Christian thread, I would highly recommend picking up a copy of both Deadly Devotion and Blind Trust. 

On a 5-Star Scale - 5 HUGE Stars!!!!!

I would like to thank Revell, a division of Baker Publishing for my copy of Blind Trust. I received my copy for free in order to read it and give my honest review, which I have done.

Smiles & Blessings,

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Raptor 6 by Ronie Kendig

Raptor 6 is the first book in Ronie Kendig's "The Quiet Professionals" series and it is a sure winner. 

Set in Afghanistan, it is the story of Captain Dean Watters and Zahrah Zarrick. They first meet when the school where Zahrah is teaching is bombed and Dean and his men come to assist and determine how and why the school was hit.

Zahrah's father is an American and her mother is from Afghanistan. Because her mother was always treated so differently, Zahrah has a heart to teach the young girls in Afghanistan so as they mature they will learn to value themselves. Dean is an all American soldier with a heart for people and dedicated in preserving the lives of the innocent. He is a man of integrity who has seen the atrocities of war and is a stronger man because of it.

This book is one you will want to carve out some time out of your day for as once you enter into the story it is extremely difficult to put down. I actually began reading my copy on my lunch hour and got so involved that I was almost late coming back from lunch.

Ms. Kendig has a knack for writing military novels depicting strong, believable characters. They pull you in and hold you captive in their world and while Raptor 6 is about the world at war, I didn't want to leave.

If I have anything negative to say about this book is I wish Ms. Kendig had included a glossary of words as she used quite a few foreign words. Some times they were easy to figure out but other times I was clueless. I did, however, appreciate the list of acronyms, a list of the primary characters and a list of the secondary characters that she included in the beginning of the book.

I would highly recommend Raptor 6 to anyone who enjoys reading clean military romantic novels.,

On a 5-Star Scale = 5 Stars!!!!!

I would like to thank Litfuse Publishing and Shiloh Run Press for my review copy of Raptor 6. I received my copy for free in order to read it and give my honest review, which I have done.

Smiles & Blessings,