Monthly Archives: April, 2014

Review: Fatal Exchange by:Lisa Harris

 About the Book: Emily Hunt might come from a family of cops, but she never goes looking for an adrenaline rush. She lives the quiet–well, relatively quiet–life of a teacher and thrives on making a difference in the lives of her students. But she’ll have to draw on a well of strength and savvy she didn’t …

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Review: Caught In The Middle by:Regina Jennings

 About the Book:The train to Garber, Texas, is supposed to bring life’s next victory to Nicholas Lovelace. Instead, it gets held up by robbers who are thwarted by the last person Nick ever expected–Anne Tillerton from back home in Prairie Lea. Anne’s been hiding away as a buffalo hunter. She’s only in Garber to find …

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Review: A Shining Light by:Judith Miller

About the Book:The kind people of Amana have been her guiding light, but her greatest trial is yet to come… West Amana, Iowa, 1890 After Andrea Wilson receives the devastating news that her husband has been lost at sea, she returns home to Iowa with her young son, Lukas. But what she finds there causes …

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Review:Spoken For by:Gunn/Bethke

About the Book:Say Yes to the Love Story of Your LifeA great romance was set in motion before you were born. A relentless Lover is pursuing you, and He has made His intentions clear. He wants you to be His forever. How will you respond to the One who longs for you to be His …

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Review: The One Jesus Loves by:Robert Crosby

 About the Book:The felt need of most Christians is the desire to grow closer in relationship with God. In “The One Jesus Loves,” Bob Crosby shows readers how to deepen their personal relationship with God by considering Jesus’ “circles of intimacy”–especially those who walked closest to him. All of us want to feel connected, a …

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CFBA Review: Paige Turned by:Erynn Mangum

This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Allianceis introducingPaige TurnedTH1NK (April 1, 2014)byErynn Mangum ABOUT THE AUTHOR: A few things about her: So, if we were having this conversation in person, we would probably be hanging out at Starbucks or one of the cute coffeehouses in town. I’m nuts about all things coffee, I’m crazy about all …

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Review: No More Dragons by:Jim Burgen

About the Book:Becoming a dragon is a dangerously subtle process. You make a long chain of bad choices. The chain gradually wraps around you. Layer by layer, it begins to take on the aspect of scales. One day you glance at yourself in the mirror and a monster is staring back at you. You aren’t …

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Review: One Perfect Spring by:Irene Hannon

 About the Book: Claire Summers is a determined, independent single mother who is doing her best to make lemonade out of the lemons life has handed her. Keith Watson is a results-oriented workaholic with no time for a social life. As the executive assistant to a local philanthropic businessman, he’s used to fielding requests for donations. …

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Review: It’s A God Thing by:Charles L. Roesel

 About the Book:He who has two tunics, let him give to him who has none; and he who has food, let him do likewise (Luke 3:11 NKJV). A bold leader decided to follow Jesus’ teachings, resulting in a powerful ministry that has every member in his congregation serving the poor, the downcast, and the naked. …

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Review: Two Mothers and Their 60-Year Secret by:Nita B. Rogers

 About the Book:Childless couples in the twenty-first century have a number of options when they choose to adopt, but in 1936, options were fewer. There were few counselors who could help advise those wanting to adopt. So Tommie and Minnie Brock set out to find a baby on their own and told only one person, …

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