Monday, April 16, 2018

An Amish Heirloom

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.

Thursday, March 22, 2018

The Rock, the Road, and the Rabbi

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.

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Patriot Number One

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.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Reclaiming Shilo Snow

Action packed with a strong-willed young lady is everything and more. I cannot stress this enough that Sofi is the greatest teen heroine to come in a little while and I love her zest for life and family. Reclaiming Shilo Snow by Mary Weber is pure heaven. You think you will be ready for each of the twists and turns, but you wont be. It is probably the best sci-fi genre tale devoured by my eyes ever and I know there are others but her style is just devourable. I received a copy for this review from book look bloggers and all opinions are my own.

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Sirens

Oh my goodness this is the fast-paced kind of novel that will suck you in and keep you locked on for hours on end. Sirens by Joseph Knox is pure genius. It is not going to fit into any of the thriller types of stories we are used to and that is amazing. I think I really want to visit London one day after this tale because the locales are just fantastic and worth viewing at least once in this short life. This is kind of a re-readable story that can be devoured excitedly many times over. You will root for Aidan. I received a copy for this review from blogging for books and all opinions are my own.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Words from the Heart

There are those times were a story becomes imbedded into ones soul and never lets go of the hold, ever. And that was what happened after reading Words from the Heart by Kathleen Fuller. It is the kind of story where you climb in and enjoy the ride and completely hate it when you read the last sentence. Amish stories are and will always be my favorite to read always and forever. It has to be the best one of the most romantically inspiring genres full of grace. This story follows our heroine coming to love unexpectedly. Stunning. I received a copy for this review from book look bloggers and all opinions are my own.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

The Man He Never Was

I think the same I did when I had to read Jekyll and Hyde, confusion. This book starts out great then just goes south and loses me completely. Maybe that was the point in order to get the full effect of mental instability,in that case, then that makes this the best book ever. The Man He Never Was by James L. Rubart was interesting in many ways. Can we really change and know where we went wrong? Maybe. It can be dangerous but worth the battle if you really think about it. I received a copy for this review from bookLook Bloggers and all opinions are my own.