Pelican Point, by Irene Hannon

Oh my! What a lovely romance. Not only do the main characters find true love, but we get to go along for the ride. Hannon’s skills as a romance author are a cut above the others in the genre. She brings so much to the table with her settings, her characters, the details, and the […]

Coach Wooden’s Forgotten Teams, by Pat Williams, a review by Susan Karsten

This book is so interesting! If you are inspired by stories of great leadership, this one’s for you. I’ll get it right out there, I am not a fan of basketball at any level. I will politely watch a game if a relative or friend is playing, but otherwise, it’s a no for me, dog. […]

In the Shenandoah Valley, by Andrea Boeshaar

How exciting it is to have another Andrea Boeshaar book to review! Enter the world of 1816 Virginia. You will encounter a vibrant romance involving Lily, a valiant young lady, trying to keep her dwindling family together after the death of her parents. Passion flares between Lilly and Captain Mac, and romantic tension rises when […]

A Veteran’s Heart 3-book romance series, by Irene Onorato

IIt’s my pleasure to remind all my book-loving blog readers about the Veteran’s Heart series. These three books are so delightful, romantic, and interesting, that I wanted to bring them to your attention again. They are loosely connected and can be read alone, but you wouldn’t want to miss any of the fun, so start […]

An Amish Heirloom, a four novella collection, featuring Kelly Irvin

Another Amish Novella collection. This one features short novels loosely linked by the theme of heirlooms–such as a special quilt, a cedar chest, a book, etc.  Kelly Irvin’s contribution was as excellent as ever, and she’s the reason I reviewed this book. As you know, I am not a particular fan or consumer of Amish […]