Last week you read my review of new-to-me author Monica Mynk’s book, The Billboard Bride. If you haven’t read it, I suggest you do. It was a cute story with lots of humor. Today, Monica has graciously agreed to be interviewed. Monica Mynk is a wife, mother, and high school science teacher from Central Kentucky. She… Continue reading Interview with Monica Mynk, Author and Speaker
The Billboard Bride by Monica Mynk Monica Mynk was a new to me author who delighted me with her humor and Kentucky girl antics. The Billboard Bride is the story of a stubborn bride and an ex-pro baseball player who takes care of the crazy girl determined to spend thirteen days up on a… Continue reading The Billboard Bride by Monica Mynk
June 2017 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: Engaged by Julie Arduini — Trish Maxwell returns to Speculator Falls with egg on her face and apologies to make as she tries to determine what’s next, especially when around paramedic Wayne Peterson. (Contemporary… Continue reading June ACFW New Releases
A Season to Dance by Patricia Beal The day has finally arrived, the day I can share with you about Patricia Beal’s debut novel, A Season to Dance. Ana dreams of dancing on stage at the Met in New York, and with plans to marry Peter and join the Atlanta Ballet Company firmly in place,… Continue reading A Season to Dance by Patricia Beal
It has a been a wild start to May for my household, so pardon the late post. Before moving on to all the ACFW May releases, I wanted to highlight the release of A Season to Dance by Patricia Beal, a friend and wonderful author. Come back next week to see my review of her new… Continue reading ACFW May Releases
The Patriot and the Loyalist by Angela Couch
In a time when loyalties are questioned, rebellion to the Crown punished, and families divided, can love be true? Or is love just a deceptive weapon used by the enemy?
The Widow’s Captive by Lucette Nel Alright, so this is a “Christmas” novella and I am reviewing it in March. Despite the fact I think Christmas should be celebrated year-round, this book is not so wholly centered around Christmas as to be a Christmas season only read. The Widow’s Captive is the… Continue reading Terrific Book Tuesday: The Widow’s Captive by Lucette Nel