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Counted with the Stars {Review}

I recently finished Counted with the Stars by Connilyn Cossette, and I can honestly say it’s one of the best books I’ve read in a while. I adore historical fiction, but this setting, plot line, and perspective are surprisingly different than most historical fictions. Counted with the Stars is a refreshing take on story many… Continue reading Counted with the Stars {Review}

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Hannah’s Choice {Review}

I recently finished reading Hannah’s Choice by Jan Drexler, which was an intriguing novel set in the Amish community, with several unexpected plot twists. Uniquely, this book is set in the year 1842, in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Being set in the 1800s introduced new aspects of the Amish faith and community, which was a delight… Continue reading Hannah’s Choice {Review}

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The Sea Keeper’s Daughter {Review}

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Refining Fire {Book Review}

I recently finished reading Refining Fire, the second installment of Tracie Peterson’s Brides of Seattle series. I was thrilled to read this book, as I had read the first one, Steadfast Heart, some months before and loved it. I was excited that this book focused more on Abrianna, the spunky young lady who lives at… Continue reading Refining Fire {Book Review}

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Better All the Time {Book Review}

I recently read Better All the Time, by Carre Armstrong Gardner, which is a fictional book about the Darling family, the second book of the series. Without having read the first book, the first few chapters were a whirlwind of character introductions and hints at back stories untold in this book. However, I thoroughly enjoyed… Continue reading Better All the Time {Book Review}

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Review: Where Trust Lies (Janette Oaks)

Where Trust Lies by Janette Oaks is the second book in the Return to the Canadian West book series. The main character, upper class Beth Thatcher, has just returned from working in a poor community in the Rockies for a year, and is quickly whisked away on a cruise with her family. She has to… Continue reading Review: Where Trust Lies (Janette Oaks)