Book Review

Dreams of Savannah

I enjoyed Dreams of Savannah. Multiple POVs allow a nuanced look at life for slave owners and slaves. I found myself mostly drawn to the plight of Luther and Salina as they seek freedom and dignity. Salina, with plenty of secrets, tugs at the heartstrings as she navigates life in servitude to Cordelia.  Cordelia and… Continue reading Dreams of Savannah

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Tidewater Bride Review

Tidewater Bride might be my favorite Laura Frantz novel to date. In a colony full of brides, Selah Hopewell gently defies all expectations. She keeps her father’s shop and enjoys a tender relationship with her parents. She has little need or intention of marrying, especially as her father’s health deteriorates. Enter the broken hero, Xander… Continue reading Tidewater Bride Review

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ON WINGS OF DEVOTION

Against every warning, she’s drawn ever closer to the man known as “Black Heart”. I was absolutely delighted to review Roseanna M. White’s latest novel, On Wings of Devotion. Roseanna M. White’s novels are rich in history with a beautiful message of faith. And not to mention—sweet, sizzling romance! Arabella Denler, though a wealthy heiress,… Continue reading ON WINGS OF DEVOTION

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The Number of Love Book

The Number of Love is a tender, heart-filled novel that surprises and engages on every level. Margot De Wilde might be one of the most fascinating characters I’ve encountered in a long while. Brilliant. Kind. Sarcastic. Uncertain. She is complex and sympathetic. As a genius, Margot decodes classified secrets during World War II. The men… Continue reading The Number of Love Book