The Captive Heart by Michelle Griep I finally had time to dig into my older books TBR pile and pulled out a favorite author. This was another great one. Michelle took the marriage of convenience trope and flipped it on its head in a satisfying way. Genre: Historical Romance, American Frontier, 1770 Plot Overview: The… Continue reading The Captive Heart by Michelle Griep
The White City by Grace Hitchcock Ya’ll, this book is one of those rare six-star gems. It was one of those books that I struggled with deciding to devour or force myself to slow down and relish every detail. This book is exactly what my little heart has been dreaming of for the Christian market… Continue reading The White City by Grace Hitchcock
Atoning for Ashes by Kaitlin Covel Atoning for Ashes is Kaitlin Covel’s debut novel and a new-to-me author. Her story is robust with lots of layers to a complex plot. Eloquent descriptions help you travel to Paris, Italy, and England, and you can really tell how much she researched to get the details just right.… Continue reading Atoning for Ashes by Kaitlin Covel
A Bound Heart by Laura Frantz It’s already started out as another year of incredible busy-ness, so I picked up this audiobook from my library to enjoy while cleaning house and running errands. Let me tell you, this is one book you definitely want to hear on audio! Oh my goodness, I know reading… Continue reading A Bound Heart by Laura Frantz
I hope your 2018 was filled with many unexpected blessings and many great reads. Here is a review of what 2018 looked like on The Write Call. Book Reviews Author Interviews Author Interview: Cynthia Roemer Under Prairie Skies: Interview with Cynthia Roemer Author Interview:… Continue reading A Year In Review
Today I forgo my usual book review post to wish you a very Merry Christmas. May today be filled with unexpected blessings and time to reflect on the beautiful Savior born to us though we were yet sinners. In case you haven’t had a chance to read the Christmas story this morning, here it is,… Continue reading Merry Christmas!
The Tory’s Daughter by Angela K. Couch If you love a marriage of convenience stories set in the background of war, you will love the emotional tension of this story. I’m a huge American Revolution fan purely for the complexities that come from families and neighbors whose loyalties are divided. Angela does a great job… Continue reading The Tory’s Daughter by Angela K. Couch