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BLOGWORDS – Friday 13 September 2019 – TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY-on-FRIDAY – BOOK REVIEW – NOW AND THEN AND ALWAYS by MELISSA TAGG

TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY-on-FRIDAY – BOOK REVIEW – NOW AND THEN AND ALWAYS by MELISSA TAGG

                                                                             

THE BLURB

“It was just a house. Just a weathered old house in a hidden grove, shuttered and still . . . ”

Last year, after traumatic circumstances forced her from her job as a nanny, Mara Bristol finally found a place to belong—the winsome Everwood Bed & Breakfast at the edge of Maple Valley, Iowa. For months, she’s helped its owner, Lenora, maintain the ramshackle property despite their shortage of guests. But when Lenora fails to return from a month-long trip and the bank threatens foreclosure, Mara worries she’s once again alone . . . abandoned . . . about to lose the only true home she’s ever known.
Detective Marshall Hawkins is no closer to whole today than he was two years ago . . . the day his daughter died. Between his divorce, debilitating migraines, and a dependence on medication, his life is falling apart. And when a reckless decision on the job propels him into administrative leave, he has no other plan but to get in his truck and drive. A one-night stay at the Everwood was supposed to be just that. But there’s something about the old house—or maybe its intriguing caretaker—that pulls him in.
Together, Mara and Marshall set out to save the Everwood. But its secrets run deeper than they could’ve imagined. As they renovate the house and search for its missing owner, they’ll each confront the pain that brought them to the Everwood in the first place . . . and just maybe discover a faith and love to help them carry on.

 

THE AUTHOR

 

Melissa Tagg is the award-winning author of the popular Walker Family series, the Where Love Begins series and the Enchanted Christmas Collection. Her latest release, Now and Then and Always, kicks off a new series set in her beloved-by-readers fictional town of Maple Valley. Melissa is a former reporter, current nonprofit grant writer and total Iowa girl.
Melissa’s books include a 2018 ACFW Carol Award Winner (One Enchanted Noel), an RT Book Reviews TOP PICK (All This Time) and a Publishers Weekly Spring Top Ten Pick (Like Never Before).
Melissa has taught at multiple national writing conferences, as well as workshops and women’s retreats. When she’s not writing, she can be found hanging out with the coolest family ever (not that she’s biased), bookworming, watching old movies, and spoiling her nieces and nephews. Melissa loves connecting with readers at http://www.melissatagg.com and on Facebook and Instagram.

 

 

 

MY REVIEW

I do love a good book with twists and layers and mystery. And Ms. Tagg surely delivers with this story.

There’s just something romantic about a B&B. Something magical, something healing. And sometimes, something mysterious—and dangerous.

Gotta give Mara points for being tenacious. Holding out, hoping every day for Lenora to return. Clinging to a thin and fraying thread that she’s not been abandoned again.

Abandonment happens in different ways. Marshall was abandoned by way of death, and then divorce. And by his own hand to allay the guilt and despair he fought.

Everwood was more than a B&B to both Mara and Marshall. Like a friend, Everwood embraced them both, offering a balm to their wounded souls.

I admired the way Mara stood firm, knowing she was right about Lenora. I applauded her as she stepped way outside her comfort zone—and found love and support and friendship.

Marshall pours himself into helping with much needed repairs to the B&B, thinking only to numb his pain. But as he works, Everwood—and Mara—touch his shattered heart, crumbling the wall he has hidden behind. The pain ebbs, and peace seeps in.

As they work, the mystery of Lenora’s disappearance becomes more sinister. Desperate for clues, desperate to save Everwood, Mara and Marshall doggedly follow the trail even when it seems to have grown cold. Each clue, each new discovery—one surprising discovery especially—kept me turning pages to the end.

 

 

ROBIN’S FEATHERS

FOUR FEATHERS!

 

 

 

I purchased this book, and offer my review of my own free will. The opinions expressed in my review are my own honest thoughts and reaction to this book.

 

#Blogwords, Tuesday Reviews-Day, #TRD, Book Review, Now and Then and Always, Melissa Tagg

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BLOGWORDS – Friday 13 September 2019 – TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY-on-FRIDAY – BOOK REVIEW – THE OLD LACE SHOP by MICHELLE GRIEP

TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY-on-FRIDAY – BOOK REVIEW – THE OLD LACE SHOP by MICHELLE GRIEP

                                                                             

THE BLURB

Pour yourself a cuppa, get lost in the merriment of the season, and enjoy a Dickensian Christmas in three stories from fan favorite Michelle Griep:

12 Days a Bleakly Manor: Brought together under mysterious circumstances, Clara and Ben discover that what they’ve been striving for isn’t what ultimately matters. What matters most is what Christmas is all about . . . love.

See my review: https://robinsnest212.wordpress.com/2018/12/04/blogwords-tuesday-4-december-2018-tuesday-reviews-day-book-review-12-days-at-bleakly-manor-by-michelle-griep/

A Tale of Two Hearts: Pleasure seeker William Barlow needs a wife immediately to gain his uncle’s inheritance, and Mina Scott is just the girl to make him look respectable—too bad she turns him down. Ought he give her a second chance?

See my review: https://robinsnest212.wordpress.com/2018/09/04/blogwords-tuesday-4-september-2018-tuesday-reviews-day-book-review-a-tale-of-two-hearts-by-michelle-griep/

The Old Lace Shop: Recently widowed Bella White is finally freed from the domination of the overbearing men in her life, but when she enters into a business partnership with the handsome Edmund Archer, she begins to wonder if marriage is worth a second chance.

 

THE AUTHOR

 

I hear voices. Loud. Incessant. And very real. Which basically gives me two options: choke back massive amounts of Prozac or write fiction. I’ve been writing since I discovered blank wall space and Crayolas. I seek to glorify God in all that I write–except for that graffiti phase I went through as teenager.

 

 

 

 

 

 

MY REVIEW

As with any of Ms. Griep’s books, I stepped back into a bygone era, the customs foreign, the sights unfamiliar, the smells jarring.

Oh, how I admired Bella! Such spunk, such tenacity. Bearing her wounds as a badge of courage.

Edmund bearing up under guilt, and obligation. Facing his opponents with determination.

The clash when the two meet.

I was struck with the disparate approach Bella and Edmund took to difficult circumstances. Once freed, Bella took on the world, while Edmund retreated from all but his obligations, both personal and business.

As iron sharpens iron, Bella’s enthusiasm softened Edmund’s rough edges, and those same rough edges tempered Bella’s naïve impulsiveness.

The secret of the past was an unexpected twist, and it notched up the tension as it tumbled from its hiding place.

As always, Ms. Griep gives the reader authentic characters with interesting circumstances. Characters who captivate the reader, and fill the pages with love and angst, hope and regret. Characters who compel the reader to keep reading.

 

ROBIN’S FEATHERS

FOUR FEATHERS

 

 

I received a complimentary copy of this book, but was under no obligation to read the book or to post a review. I offer my review of my own free will. The opinions expressed in my review are my honest thoughts and reaction to this book.

 

 

#Blogwords, Tuesday Reviews-Day-on-Friday, #TRD, Book Review, The Old Lace Shop, Michelle Griep, Once Upon a Dickens Christmas, 12 Days at Bleakly Manor, A Tale of Two Hearts

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BLOGWORDS – Tuesday 11 September 2019 – TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – HAGAR by SHADIA HRICHI

TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – HAGAR by SHADIA HRICHI

THE BLURB

You are “The God Who Sees Me.” Discover a close relationship with God, no matter the pain or suffering in your life. Witness the depths of God’s compassion through the eyes of Hagar, a runaway slave who meets the living God in a desert of despair, where she gives Him the name El Roi, “The God Who Sees Me.” A largely forgotten Old Testament character, Hagar is actually one of only a few people who have ever spoken directly with the LORD. Through this seven week study, you will find that when you surrender your life into God’s hands, your trials and triumphs serve a magnificent purpose: to draw you into the arms of the faithful God who sees you.

 

THE AUTHOR

 

Shadia Hrichi is a passionate Bible teacher who has a heart for seeing lives transformed by the power of God’s Word. She received an MA in Biblical and Theological studies from Western Seminary, as well as an MA in Criminal Justice, and a BA in Psychology from the State University of New York.

 

 

 

 

MY REVIEW

In the 21st century it’s easy to forget that not so long ago women had few rights—or none at all. At best we were beloved of a caring husband; at worst, we were nothing more than chattel, property to be traded or bought. Women didn’t question when a man told them what to do.

 

I never gave much thought to Hagar. Never considered her role. Never considered her beyond her mistress dismissing her. Our role as women may have changed over the course of time, but our hearts and emotions have not. No matter Hagar did only as she was told, her heart must have been crushed to be exiled to the wilderness with her child.

 

Ms. Hrichi brings to light Hagar’s role, and her journey. With meticulous and in-depth insight, she guides the reader to a deeper understanding of Father God’s hand on the servant girl. The author urges the reader to probe Scripture to discover meaning, making it—as all Scripture is—applicable to our lives today.

 

“Am I known? Am I loved? Am I home?” Ms. Hrichi opens her study with these questions. Heart searching questions. I know I’ve wondered these things in my life. And I love her answer, “God is Behind the Seen.”

 

She begs the reader to “Pause to Ponder,” asking deep and probing questions, and offers a “Your Turn” section to integrate the study with our own lives. She shares Bible passages with relevant questions. She links seeming unconnected Scripture, bringing to light revelations of Who Father God is, and who we are in Him.

 

I especially loved her reference to God’s Word as a treasure hunt, for it surely is.

 

 

ROBIN’S FEATHERS

FOUR FEATHERS

 

 

 

I received a complimentary copy of this book, but was under no obligation to read the book or to post a review. I offer my review of my own free will. The opinions expressed in my review are my honest thoughts and reaction to this book.

 

 

#Blogwords, Tuesday Reviews-Day, #TRD, Book Review, Hagar, Shadia Hrichi, Celebrate Lit

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BLOGWORDS – Wednesday 4 September 2019 – TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY-on-WEDNESDAY – BOOK REVIEW – THE ART OF RIVERS by JANET W. FERGUSON

TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY-on-WEDNESDAY – BOOK REVIEW – THE ART OF RIVERS by JANET W. FERGUSON

                                                                             

THE BLURB

Rivers Sullivan bears both visible and invisible scars—those on her shoulder from a bullet wound and those on her heart from the loss of her fiancé during the same brutal attack. Not even her background as an art therapist can help her regain her faith in humanity. Still, she scrapes together the courage to travel to St. Simons Island to see the beach cottage and art gallery she’s inherited from her fiancé. When she stumbles upon recovering addicts running her gallery, she’s forced to reckon with her own healing.

After the tragic drowning of his cousin, James Cooper Knight spends his days trying to make up for his past mistakes. He not only dedicates his life to addiction counseling, but guilt drives him to the water, searching for others who’ve been caught unaware of the quickly rising tides of St. Simons. When he rescues a peculiar blond woman and her sketch pad from a sandbar, then delivers this same woman to his deceased grandmother’s properties, he knows things are about to get even more complicated.

Tragic circumstances draw Cooper and Rivers closer, but they fight their growing feelings. Though Cooper’s been sober for years, Rivers can’t imagine trusting her heart to someone in recovery, and he knows a relationship with her will only rip his family further apart. Distrust and guilt are only the first roadblocks they must overcome if they take a chance on love.

 

THE AUTHOR

 

Janet W. Ferguson grew up in Mississippi and received a degree in Banking and Finance from the University of Mississippi. She has served as a children’s minister and a youth volunteer. An avid reader, she worked as a librarian at a large public high school. Janet and her husband have two grown children, one really smart dog, and a cat that allows them to share the space.

 

 

 

MY REVIEW

Ms. Ferguson begins this story with sweet romantic scene—and then brutally jars the reader with the deadly zing of bullets rather than wedding bells.

I love the name, Rivers, and even more, I can identify with the characters in many ways. As an artist I know the value of expressing myself through my art and my words. And though I have no physical scars, I do bear—as all of us do—heart scars. Too, this reviewer’s life has been deeply impacted by addiction.

I bristled when Rivers was thrust in the midst of recovering addicts, felt her unease, her need to be anywhere else. Don’t get me wrong—I applaud their effort and cheer their accomplishments. That’s huge. Recovery is also something I’ve witnessed firsthand.

Oh, how I longed to pull Rivers into a great hug and squeeze away her pain. To urge her to paint again. To heal. To come out from the protective layer she was hiding under, and live.

And Cooper. What a cruel burden guilt is to bear. And such a difficult thing to let go of.

 

Ms. Ferguson has created wonderful authentic characters, with depth and emotion, who react to circumstances and situations in such a real and raw way—how can we criticize when we know we’d do the same? Characters who endure—and survive—horrors most of us will never know.

A powerful story that kept this reviewer reading.

 

ROBIN’S FEATHERS

FOUR FEATHERS!

 

 

 

I received a complimentary copy of this book, but was under no obligation to read the book or to post a review. I offer my review of my own free will. The opinions expressed in my review are my honest thoughts and reaction to this book.

 

 

#Blogwords, Tuesday Reviews-Day-on-Wednesday, #TRD, Book Review, The Art of Rivers, Janet W. Ferguson, JustRead Publicity Tours

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BLOGWORDS – Tuesday 3 September 2019 – TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – CHRONIC LOVE by BROOKE BARTZ

TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – CHRONIC LOVE by BROOKE BARTZ

Welcome to the Blog + Review Tour for Chronic Love by Brooke Bartz, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!

                                                          

ABOUT THE BOOK

Title: Chronic Love: Trusting God While Suffering with A Chronic Illness
Author:
Brooke Bartz
Publisher: Ambassador International
Release Date:
September 1, 2019
Genre: Christian Living, Health and Wellbeing

 

THE BLURB

Suffering is inescapable in this world. 

Jesus told us we would face perilous trials and that even our bodies would feel the effects of the Fall. For women dealing with chronic illness, most books offer quick-fix counseling or devotional verses taken out of context, helpful only for momentary encouragement.

For true and lasting comfort we must dig deeper into God’s Word and the context in which those much-used passages were written.

In Chronic Love, Brooke Bartz reveals a deeply raw and descriptive account of life with a chronic and debilitating illness, and she shares with readers how comfort and strength can be found through the Truth in God’s Word.

Specifically designed for women who daily battle chronic illness, Chronic Love‘s goal is to provide solid Scriptural encouragement for the fight.

PURCHASE LINKS*: Goodreads | Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Christianbook

 

THE AUTHOR

Brooke Bartz is a stay-at-home wife and mom who lives daily with a chronic disease, knowing firsthand the daunting, gnawing physical and spiritual pain it causes. Yet disease was not always her close companion; in the years before her diagnosis, she grew up playing sports and earned a full scholarship to play volleyball at the University of Mary Hardin Baylor. Not yet a Christian, she transferred colleges and attended an event for an on-campus ministry; as the Lord had planned, she heard the Gospel and He saved her. Soon after and while still in college, she married her childhood crush and began a volleyball coaching career.

Living with rheumatoid arthritis and gastroparesis, Brooke desires for women to know the truth about the God who loves them and is with them each day as they face disease and disability; she shares the Truth of the Bible as their ultimate healing. Brooke’s passion is spurring on the women God leads to her sphere of influence, inspiring their hearts to keep their strength and hope at the foot of the cross, to trust in the Great Shepherd to one day heal them completely in glory, even though for now they are suffering on earth.

CONNECT WITH BROOKE:  Instagram

 

 

MY REVIEW

It is evident that the heart of this author is for God, and the reader, and for those of us who suffer chronic disease and disability.

As one who has suffered a chronic illness for over a decade I wanted to like this book, and I tried, I really tried. But I found it to be rambling and disjointed. Ms. Bartz makes some strong, Biblical points, however, like praising God in hard times. Which any chronic illness is. Pointing to Scripture in the worst moments. Reminding the reader that God is always with us, regardless how we feel—physically or emotionally or spiritually.

 

But I do not agree with the theology in this book. I do not believe for a minute that God ordained this or any illness upon my body.

That said, I do appreciate Ms. Bartz trying to make sense of a chronic and senseless disease or condition.

 

ROBIN’S FEATHERS

 

TWO FEATHERS

 

 

 

I received a complimentary copy of this book, but was under no obligation to read the book or to post a review. I offer my review of my own free will. The opinions expressed in my review are my honest thoughts and reaction to this book.

 

TOUR GIVEAWAY

(1) winner will receive a print copy of Chronic Love, a Chronic Love T-shirt, a Chronic Love coffee mug, a copy of Trusting God Even When Life Hurts by Jerry Bridges and the workbook for Trusting God Even When Life Hurts!

Be sure to check out each stop on these tours for more chances to win. Full tour schedule on this tour shown below. Giveaway begins at midnight September 3, 2019 and will last through 11:59 PM EST on September 10, 2019. Winners will be notified within 2 weeks of close of the giveaway and given 48 hours to respond or risk forfeiture of prize. Due to shipping cost, only US mailing addresses valid.  For our giveaway rules and policy, click HERE.

 

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Follow along at JustRead Tours for a full list of stops!

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#Blogwords, Tuesday Reviews-Day, #TRD, Book Review, Chronic Love,  Brooke Bartz

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BLOGWORDS – Saturday 31 August 2019 – TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY-on-SATURDAY – BOOK REVIEW – FATAL STRIKE by DiANN MILLS

TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY-on-SATURDAY – BOOK REVIEW – FATAL STRIKE by DiANN MILLS

                                                                             

 

THE BLURB

There’s a killer on the loose in Galveston, targeting law enforcement officials and using a fatal injection of snake venom to take them down. Authorities have reasons to believe the Veneno gang is behind the hits, and FBI Agents Leah Riesel and Jon Colbert team up to track down those responsible. Their best lead is an eyewitness who identifies a young man dumping the third body on a church doorstep. But their suspect has gone into hiding, and those closest to him are reluctant to reveal anything that might help investigators find him.
As Leah and Jon check connections among the victims and dig deeper into motives, they discover appearances may be deceiving. Someone is desperate to keep their secrets hidden, and Leah and Jon must face their greatest fears in order to stop the next fatal strike.

 

THE AUTHOR

DiAnn Mills is a bestselling author who believes her readers should expect an adventure. She combines unforgettable characters with unpredictable plots to create action-packed, suspense-filled novels.

Her titles have appeared on the CBA and ECPA bestseller lists; won two Christy Awards; and been finalists for the RITA, Daphne du Maurier, Inspirational Reader’s Choice, and Carol Award contests. Firewall, the first book in her Houston: FBI series, was listed by Library Journal as one of the best Christian fiction books of 2014.

DiAnn has been termed a coffee snob and roasts her own coffee beans. She’s an avid reader, loves to cook, and believes her grandchildren are the smartest kids in the universe.

DiAnn is very active online and would love to connect with readers on any of the following social media platforms or others listed at diannmills.com.

 

 

MY REVIEW

I’ve not read a DiAnn Mills book that I didn’t love, and Fatal Strike is no exception. The depth of research and knowledge of FBI procedure and protocol make this story zing with authentic details and scenarios.

 

Agents Leah Riesel and Jon Colbert jump from a taut sniper situation straight into the Veneno Case with hardly a breath to spare.

Ms. Mills jerks the reader right into the action, the suspense, the mystery. Clues that don’t add up and dead end leads. One twist after another keeps the reader turning page after page.

Out of her natural element—New York—Leah struggles with her conflicted past, while a burden of guilt is bearing on Jon. Oh how I longed to come alongside Leah to walk with her as she faced her past. And encourage Jon to let that burden to.

The layers of this story, characters who aren’t as they seem, the crisp writing and snappy dialogue add up to a compelling story.

 

ROBIN’S FEATHERS

FIVE FEATHERS!

 

 

I received a complimentary copy of this book, but was under no obligation to read the book or to post a review. I offer my review of my own free will. The opinions expressed in my review are my honest thoughts and reaction to this book.

 

 

#Blogwords, Tuesday Reviews-Day-on-Saturday, #TRD, Book Review, Fatal Strike, DiAnn Mills

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BLOGWORDS – Tuesday 27 August 2019 – TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – THE REDEMPTION OF CARALYNNE HAYMAN by CAROLE BROWN

TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – THE REDEMPTION OF CARALYNNE HAYMAN by CAROLE BROWN

 

 

THE BLURB

How far would YOU go to avenge the murder of a daughter?

Caralynne Hayman is angry and bitter over the abuse and death of her eleven-year-old daughter from the hands of her religious group, The Children of Righteous Cain. When her husband suffers a sudden heart attack, she does nothing to help him. In her eyes someone needs to pay, and if that means all of the men in the group, then so be it.

Dayne MacFarland is sent away to college by the senior elder of the group to learn ministry. When he returns after finding salvation, determined to bring the truth to the people he’s known all his life, he rediscovers Cara and realizes the love he once felt for her is still deeply embedded within his heart.

Dayne faces men unwilling to turn their backs on the cult training he despises. Cara faces men who follow their leader in abuse toward their wives and the young girls of the group. Cara is considered rebellious and inappropriate to befriend. Dayne is the apple of Elder Simmons’ eye—until he takes a stand against their teachings.

Can Dayne’s love for Caralynne bridge the gulf of anger and bitterness that divides the community? Or will Caralynne’s deadly secrets prove too high a price for her redemption?

Purchase link:  https://amzn.to/2IQk3i2

 

 

THE AUTHOR

 

Besides being a member and active participant of many writing groups, Carole Brown enjoys mentoring beginning writers. An author of ten books, she loves to weave suspense and tough topics into her books, along with a touch of romance and whimsy, and is always on the lookout for outstanding titles and catchy ideas. She and her husband reside in SE Ohio but have ministered and counseled nationally and internationally. Together, they enjoy their grandsons, traveling, gardening, good food, the simple life, and did she mention their grandsons?

 

http://sunnebnkwrtr.blogspot.com/

https://www.facebook.com/CaroleBrown.author

https://www.amazon.com/Carole-Brown/e/B00EZV4RFY/

https://twitter.com/browncarole212

https://www.bookbub.com/authors/carole-brown

https://www.instagram.com/browncarole212/?hl=en

http://pinterest.com/sunnywrtr/boards/

http://www.goodreads.com/user/show/5237997-carole-brown

https://www.linkedin.com/in/carole-brown-79b6951a/

http://stitchesthrutime.blogspot.com/

 

MY REVIEW

Well, that’s two books in a row dealing with topics not often found in fictional stories.

Cults are taboo, accursed, the ultimate in anti-society. But once you are in one, you’re trapped. And when you’re in one, you’re brainwashed and don’t even know it.

Ms. Brown launches the reader smack into the midst of a Caralynne’s torment, and the death of her abusive husband. My mind screamed at her to take her daughters and run, far away from the community that held her captive—but I knew she couldn’t. I knew she was trapped. The more I read the more appalled I became; and yet, this is what cults do, trap their followers with false truth—and threats.

I understood Caralynne’s drive to seek revenge for her daughter’s death, especially once I learned more of what caused her death. I urged her to forgive, though, the only true freedom.

Dayne had a different battle to fight—Truth against the lies of the enemy. The Word of God against the word of the cult leader.

As is spiritual battle, what looked to be overwhelming odds and a lost cause, God’s Word always wins. Always. Not without cost, not without sacrifice, but God’s Word cannot be defeated.

Ms. Brown writes a taut story, gripping and chilling, that held my attention to the end.

 

ROBIN’S FEATHERS

FOUR FEATHERS!

 

 

I purchased this book, and offer my review of my own free will. The opinions expressed in my review are my own honest thoughts and reaction to this book.

 

#Blogwords, Tuesday Reviews-Day, #TRD, Book Review, The Redemption of Caralynne Hayman, Carole Brown

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