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So Many Books… So Little Time!

by Laura Frantz “Did she realize she held his heart? Not just a piece of it. The entire whole of it.” A Heart Adrift Four years ago, I came across an audiobook that I honestly could not stop. I was finishing my senior year of college. I had classes all day except for a short …

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by Rachel Fordham “I believe if you love him, and I know you do, then you choose not to worry. You wake up each day and embrace your own story. And whatever the day holds, you make it wonderful. And the bad days you laugh about and put behind you. Besides, if you only ever …

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by Laura Frantz “‘Verily, there’s no relief for so fatal a malady but this…” Standing on tiptoe, she brushed his lips with her own, so fleeting it was less kiss and more maddening tickle.” Tidewater Bride Since I first heard about Laura Frantz’s upcoming release this past summer, I have been hungrily and expectantly waiting. …

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by Rachel Fordham “She wouldn’t love faith – not now, not ever. Faith was the only way to make any sense of the pain. She clung to the unwavering belief that the good Lord had a plan so big and profound and beautiful that it could explain even the most exquisite pain. That His love …

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by Diana Lesire Brandmeyer “Jake stilled. Who would be singing a Christmas carol out here at this time of the year? Cornelia!” A Bride’s Journey to the Colorado Territory Diana Brandmeyer takes you on a perilous journey across the United States as Cornelia, her brother, and those on the wagon train leave everything behind in …

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by Laura Frantz “A heart is a fine thing to have in a cold world.” – An Uncommon Woman AN uncommon woman About a year ago, I discovered an author who has filled my heart with such joy and love, and my mind with a deeper understanding and appreciation for history. She has transported me …

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