Monthly Archives: June, 2015

Review: The Innocent by:Ann H. Gabhart

About the Book:Carlyn Kearney has spent two lonely years not knowing whether to mourn or to hope after she receives word from the Union Army that her husband is missing. The war ends without further word. Now penniless, in debt, and forced from her home, Carlyn seeks refuge at the Shaker village of Harmony Hill, …

Continue reading

Review: Price Of Vengeance by:Kurt D. Springs

About the Book:“Liam! What have you done?” Marcus demanded. “You know our teachings on revenge.” Suddenly, irrationally angry, Liam straightened. “How can you defend him after what he did? To you, to Mom, to my birth parents, to everyone we cared about?” With a howl of despair and emotional agony, Liam dashed forward, through the …

Continue reading

Litfuse Review: A Heart’s Betrayal by:Colleen Coble

About the Book:Emmie finds shelter in the arms of a soldier, but her secret could drive them apart. When Emmie Croftner answered the door to her late husband’s home, she discovered a terrible truth. A woman she’s never met reveals that she and Emmie shared the same husband and that the bigamist had never divorced …

Continue reading

Beginner’s Bible Collector’s Edition: Timeless Children’s Stories (The Beginner’s Bible) by:Kelly Pulley

About the Book:Introduce preschool children to the stories and characters of the Bible with this best-loved Bible storybook, now available in a Collector’s Edition.  Children will engage with the Bible like never before as they read the book, listen to the audio, and watch the stories come alive in individual animated story videos. With more …

Continue reading

Litfuse Review: Two Roads Home by:Deborah Raney

About the Book:Minor-but-nagging setbacks continue to sour Grant and Audrey Whitman s initiation into the world of innkeeping, but larger challenges brew when an innocent flirtation leads to big trouble for the Whitmans son-in-law, Jesse. Jesse Pennington s friendly, outgoing personality has always served him well, especially in a career that has earned him and …

Continue reading

Litfuse Review: They Almost Always Come Home by:Cynthia Ruchti

About the Book:Finalist – 2011 Carol Award and 2010 RT Book Reviews Reviewers’ Choice AwardWhen Libby s husband Greg fails to return from a two-week canoe trip to the Canadian wilderness, the authorities soon write off his disappearance as an unhappy husband s escape from an empty marriage and unrewarding career. Their marriage might have …

Continue reading

Review: Isthmus by:Gerard LaSalle

About the Book:It is 1860 and revolution is erupting throughout the world over universal emancipation. Civil war looms in the Unites States. In the midst of it all, a young woman is moving back to Boston with what is left of her family, devastated and bankrupted by savage, tragic events that occurred less than a …

Continue reading

Litfuse Review: 7 Family Ministry Essentials by:Anthony/Marshman

About the Book:With decades of ministry experience, Michelle Anthony and Megan Marshman capture the guiding essentials of life-changing family ministry. These seven essentials for children and student leaders emphasize: 1. Empowering families to take spiritual leadership in the home2. Forming lifetime faith that transcends childhood beliefs3. Teaching Scripture as the ultimate authority of truth4. Understanding …

Continue reading

Review: Noah Webster & His Words by:Jeri Chase Ferris

About the Book:Golden Kite Award for Nonfiction Webster’s American Dictionary is the second most popular book ever printed in English. But who was that Webster? Noah Webster (1758–1843) was a bookish Connecticut farm boy who became obsessed with uniting America through language. He spent twenty years writing two thousand pages to accomplish that, and the …

Continue reading

Litfuse Review: Love Arrives In Pieces by:Betsy St. Amant

About the Book:For so long, Stella was known for her beauty. Now, with her heart stripped bare, she must discover who she really is. Former pageant queen Stella Varland doesn t trust beauty anymore after her divorce. Her appearance betrayed her and led to her brokenness so instead of being beautiful, now she tries to …

Continue reading