Autobiographies are the best because they show a true story and how they overcame adversity through God's help and guidance. Beauty in the Breakdown by Julie Roberts is just that. Roberts shares how she was able to beat so many issues that came her way to become an amazing singer and inspiration to many followers. She has a story for anyone needing that little bit of inspiration or strength to go on. This book has it and more. I received a copy for this review from Book Look Bloggers and all opinions are my own.
Thursday, September 20, 2018
This may just be my all-time favorite story based on the beautiful relationship of C. S. Lewis and Joy. Their connection was clearly evident from the beginning and that was shown in this deep look into this union. Becoming Mrs. Lewis by Patti Callahan was just everything. Callahan shares how they came to know, how they overcame distances, and how they completed each other. It was a story that I never knew existed and I love that she shared such an inspiring love story that will forever have a place in my heart. I received a copy for this review from Book Look Bloggers and all opinions are my own.
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Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Clean, true, and everlasting love is the name of this compilation of stories that will take advantage of your heart while reading from front to back. An Amish Family by Kathleen Fuller is the quintessential novella collection of Amish based tales. Each of them could absolutely be a book onto itself, but are totally worth the quick read. They are sweet and inspiring and can brighten up any day no matter the struggle. I received a copy for this review from Book Look Bloggers and all opinions are my own.
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Thursday, August 16, 2018
This is the kind of story that will make you wish for a love mimicking the one being depicted from cover to cover. Honeysuckle Dreams by Denise Hunter is pure magic and a forever happy ending to melt all hearts. Hunter is my go-to romance writer and I will sing her praises to anyone willing to listen. Brady is my new book crush and could not be anymore happier with his match Hope because these two are entirely relatable and relationship goal envy. I also will always say that Hunter's books are too short and wish for a thicker tale. I just feel my time devouring her stories goes to fast. I received a copy for this book from Book Look Bloggers and all opinions are my own.
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Monday, April 16, 2018
To say I love Amish stories is to say the least because they offer what many genres do not, heart and soul. An Amish Heirloom by Amy Clipston, Beth Wiseman, Kathleen Fuller, and Kelly Irvin is pure heaven. It has a few short stories all linked by heirlooms and and denied love. It was such a fast read and my only wish is to have many more like this compilation come onto shelves more often, they are the best. I received a copy for this review from book look bloggers and all opinions are my own.
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Thursday, March 22, 2018
To learn is to live and to journey is to give to oneself, a gift that will give more than take forever. The Rock, the Road, and the Rabbi by Kathie Lee Gifford and Rabbi Jason Sobel is pure heaven. I loved trying not to be devoured into this book because oh my goodness it was so good. It was the kind of book that will change you for the better and for all time. Sometimes a book like this should be read and re-read to gain all of the power and knowledge that is collected between the covers. I received a copy for this from book look bloggers and all opinions are my own.
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Wednesday, March 14, 2018
This has to be the hardest book I have ever read in my life. Illegal immigration is such a sore subject for me for many reasons and I feel this book brings attention to the issues that are associated with immigration. Patriot Number One by Lauren Hilgers is showcasing the migration of several different Chinese people. It references the pain and suffering of immigrating into the US and how harrowing it is for them to achieve the "american dream" for betterment of self. I received a copy for this review from blogging for books and all opinions are my own.
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