The Red Review

So Many Books… So Little Time!

by Jody Hedlund “Whatever might lie ahead, they wouldn’t walk around the hardships and aim only for the wellsprings. Instead, they’d walk hand in hand through the difficulties, growing stronger together.” Never Leave Me I have long revered the writings of Jody Hedlund for years and have devoured every book of hers that I could …

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by Jody Hedlund “Come back to me.” The soft words floated in Marian’s consciousness. “I have loved you, Marian, as I have loved no other.” Come Back to Me Growing up, I hated reading. Truly being forced to read a particular book for school was my least favorite thing. Really being forced to do anything, …

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by Melanie Dickerson “You are honest and sincere and very brave.” He leaned closer to her. What was she thinking? But she said nothing. So he went on. “And you are very beautiful. I wonder if you could ever think of me…” “Think of you? Of course.” She sounded breathless. Court of Swans As a …

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by Melanie Dickerson Evil could never defeat good. Though evil could lie and steal and destroy for a time, it was only for a time; God always had the final say. The Peasant’s Dream The summer following my sophomore year of college, I needed a break. I needed to get lost in the written word …

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by Lisa T. Bergren “Thank you, Evangelia. For the greatest honor anyone has ever bestowed upon me. Thank you for trusting me.” Deluge Welcome back for fifth and final day of my favorite series!  Deluge : Severe Flooding The title of this book holds many meanings, at least in my own interpretation (forgive me, Lisa …

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by Lisa T. Bergren “And in that moment, I glimpsed hope again, like a shaft of light piercing the darkness of my soul. Felt a lifting deep within, as if I’d been turned from the end of a bottomless cave, back toward the exit.” Bourne Welcome back for day four of my favorite series!  Written …

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by Lisa T. Bergren “My eyes shifted to the trickling river. Come spring, it would be ten times as wide and just as deep. On and on it went, rushing toward the distant horizon. Like time. Like life. Sometimes gently falling from one pool into the other, other times fast and cascading, and still other …

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by Lisa T. Bergren “He moved to kiss my forehead, my eyes, my cheeks, my lips for several long, searching moments. Right then, I wished we could stay together. Forever.” Cascade Welcome back for day two of my favorite series! I absolutely love the second installment of the River of Time Series, but I could …

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by Lisa T. Bergren “I am here for a reason. This is no haphazard mistake. What good can I do with what I have?” Waterfall I had the greatest pleasure of re-reading one of my all time favorite series last week. I know that I have already reviewed the series as a whole, but I …

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by Melanie Dickerson Specializing in Medieval Fairytales, Melanie Dickerson’s novels are full of adventure and sweet romance. Her novels will leave you happy and satisfied. They are a good read when you are needing a little lift to your spirit. 🥰 • A beautiful mashup of Robin Hood and Swan Princess, this book will provide …

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