The Red Review

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 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 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 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 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 Izzy James She could not stop the inclination of her soul to blend with his anymore than she could willfully change the color of her hair or the shape of her feet. Shopkeeper’s Widow Unrequited Young Love. Dashed Hopes. Broken Dreams. Family. Belonging.  Delany Fleet, a widowed former indentured servant living in the colonial …

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by Kristi Ann Hunter “Such honesty requires boldness. You have to look at what you really want and articulate it. Sometimes in doing that we learn what we actually want isn’t what we initially thought.” Vying for the Viscount The queen of Regency, Kristi Ann Hunter, is back at it again with a brand new …

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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 Ann H. Gabhart “She’d gone to chapel at the Big House on Sundays, but a person could quietly listen to Scripture and bend ones head in prayer without letting anything change inside.” An Appalachian Summer Before I begin, I just want to bring to your attention the beauty of this cover. From the moment …

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