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BLOGWORDS – Tuesday 16 Octoerb 2018 – TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – WARRIOR by LINDA K. RODANTE

TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – WARRIOR by LINDA K. RODANTE

  

 

THE BLURB:

Christian Romantic Suspense: For three years, Kati Walsh has hunkered down at a new place of worship to dab at church-inflicted wounds. Her one outreach is to her kickboxing friends at the gym, but she’s been praying for God to stir her heart again. But she’s not sure that the new assistant pastor and his friend Reece Jernigan are what she asked for—because Assistant Pastor Josh Corbin plans to win the hearts of the north-side neighborhood, mostly described as “the hood.”

When Josh plans a prayer walk in the neighborhood, both the congregation and the police are wary, but Josh insists that prayer works. He believes in spiritual warfare—prayer, praise, and the Word of God. Reece, on the other hand, has been on the streets before, and his weapon of choice is a 9mm Glock. Two close friends with differing perspectives and both with an eye on Kati. But they’re not the only ones—the gang leader from the north side has taken an unexpected interest in Kati, too.

 

THE AUTHOR:

 

Besides being an author, I am married with two grown sons and three grandchildren whom I love!

In between raising a family, I worked in the banking industry, then became a center director for a pregnancy center. I spent eight years with an anti-trafficking group in the Tampa Bay area, and eight years at Trinity College of Florida. These last three influenced my thinking greatly and influence my writing as well.

I love sweet tea, and the beaches, the swamps, and the forests of my native Florida. I now reside in Tennessee near my grandchildren, and love the coolness, the mountains and seasonal changes of Tennessee, especially the fall leaf change!

I started writing when I was twelve then put it all away when I married. At 27, I accepted Jesus Christ as my Savior. Years later, I started writing again, but now I had God’s help and purpose!

I write Christian romantic suspense. My books wrap sweet, warm romance in real-life issues women face today, always adding an edge of mystery and suspense. My desire is not only to entertain but to encourage others in their walk with God.

 

MY REVIEW:

Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might. Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.  Ephesians 6:10–12 KJV

 

Perhaps the greatest tactic of the enemy is to blind us to the reality of spiritual warfare. His weapons, indeed his only weapon, are the lies he constantly spreads.

 

He is neither omnipotent, omniscient nor omnipresent, but spreads his lies easily, rapidly and virulently; the war for our spirits is very real.

 

Ms. Rodante’s story is an inside look at this battle. Ordinary people, called to extraordinary—and supernatural—warfare. The pull of the flesh, human fears and doubts and desires, against the power and call of the Spirit of God. The miraculous against and in the midst of the ordinary, the daily, the mundane. Seeing tragedy with God’s perspective, and finding joy in sadness, trading sorrow for dancing.

 

Ms. Rodante gives us Truth in her story, the Truth that is written from Genesis to the Book of Revelation. The Truth that this life is spiritual and not flesh only. That angels dwell among us, and serve—and battle—alongside us.

 

 

ROBIN’S FEATHERS:

ALL | THE | 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, Warrior, Linda K. Rodante

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BLOGWORDS – Tuesday 9 October 2018 – TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – BURDEN OF PROOF by DIANN MILLS

TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – BURDEN OF PROOF by DIANN MILLS

                                                                             

THE BLURB:

Reeling from a negotiation gone wrong, FBI Special Agent April Ramos is caught off guard when a frazzled young woman shoves a crying baby into her arms, then disappears. Worry for the child’s safety quickly turns to fear when a man claiming to be the girl’s father abducts them at gunpoint. April puts her hostage negotiation skills to use to learn more about who she’s dealing with: Jason Snyder, a fugitive accused of murder.

As Jason spins a tall tale about being framed for the killing of his business partner, April must sort through his claims to find the truth. A truth that becomes all the more evident after April overhears a conversation between Jason and the local sheriff and realizes something more sinister may be happening in their small town of Sweet Briar, Texas. But aligning herself with a known fugitive to uncover the burden of proof could cost April her job . . . or worse, her life and the lives of other innocent people.

 

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.

facebook.com/diannmills
twitter.com/diannmills
instagram.com/diannmillsauthor

 

MY REVIEW:

Ms. Mills says to “expect an adventure,” and this story surely is! Try more twists and turns and upside down loop-de-loops than a roller coaster!!

 

FBI Special Agent April Ramos doesn’t like change, and she doesn’t like failure. Thrust into a case with more wild cards than answers, she struggles to find the truth.

Young widower, Jason Snyder, was focused on one thing—raising his small daughter. His life is turned upside down when she is abducted, and then he is accused of murder. And the first person he must convince of his innocence is Agent Ramos.

 

I held my breath as April and Jason were stalked by local law enforcement. While I understood Jason’s choices, I sided with April, urging him to let the FBI handle the investigation. I felt the anxiety they both felt—and the tug at their heartstrings. But the deeper Jason dug for answers, and the more confounding their investigation turned, the more gripping the story became.

 

I have come to expect nothing but what Ms. Mills promises, and story eagerly kept turning pages to discover what came next.

 

ROBIN’S 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, Burden of Proof, DiAnn Mills

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BLOGWORDS – Monday 8 October 2018 – TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY-on-Monday – BOOK REVIEW – SHELTER OF THE MOST HIGH by CONNILYN COSSETTE

TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY-on-Monday – BOOK REVIEW – SHELTER OF THE MOST HIGH by CONNILYN COSSETTE

THE BLURB:

The daughter of a pagan high priest, Sofea finds solace from her troubles in the freedom of the ocean. But when marauders attack her village on the island of Sicily, she and her cousin are taken across the sea to the shores of Canaan.

Eitan has lived in Kedesh, a City of Refuge, for the last eleven years, haunted by a tragedy in his childhood and chafing at the boundaries placed on him. He is immediately captivated by Sofea, but revealing his most guarded secret could mean drawing her into the danger of his past.

As threats from outside the walls loom and traitors are uncovered within, Sofea and Eitan are plunged into the midst of a murder plot. Will they break free from the shackles of the past in time to uncover the betrayal and save their lives and the lives of those they love?

 

THE AUTHOR:

 

Connilyn Cossette is the Christy Award Nominated and CBA-Bestselling author of the Out from Egypt Series from Bethany House Publishers. There’s not much she enjoys more than digging into the rich, ancient world of the Bible, discovering new gems of grace that point to Jesus, and weaving them into an immersive fiction experience. Connect with her at www.ConnilynCossette.com

 

 

 

 

Is there any particular message (that isn’t obvious) that you would like your readers to get out of this book?

As I began writing the Cities of Refuge Series I came to the realization that the places God set up as sanctuaries for those convicted of manslaughter (Joshua 20) were a wonderful picture of the Body of Christ and how the Church should relate to the world. Our congregations should be a haven for the hurting, a place of safety and provision for those who are suffering, a place where the teaching of the Word (Torah) is central, a gathering of redeemed people who appreciate the grace and mercy they’ve been given, and a light on the hill to the weary and heavy laden. Throughout the series you’ll see cities of refuge like Kedesh where these principles are upheld and valued and others that have became more focused on wealth, power, self-righteousness or have slidden into idolatry and compromise. History shows us that these cities of refuge were kind of a blip on the timeline, in fact scholar think that many of the 48 cities designated for the Levites by Moses were never even settled. If the Church wants to have an impact on the culture around us, instead of the other way around, we would do well to pattern our congregations after these places of perfectly balanced justice and mercy.

The cities of refuge in the Old Testament isn’t a topic we hear about a lot in church, how did this play into your research? Did you find it easier or more difficult to portray what life would be like for your characters in such a place?

That is very true. I knew pretty much nothing about them either but there is research out there, albeit sparing, from Christian and also Jewish Rabbinical sources that helped me fill in some gaps which I then just blended with what I know about God and about the plan of salvation that fits so perfectly into the Cities of Refuge pattern. As I began to “flesh out” the City of Kedesh in my mind it honestly became a real place in my head, so it’s not difficult to place myself there and envision what my characters see. When I went to Israel and drove near the place where the actual city once stood (or at least across the valley from it) it was kind of surreal to blend my “fictional” Kedesh with the actual landscape.

 

How do you develop your biblical characters when there is little information about them?

I just do my best to understand the cultural and historical context and how it fits together with the biblical narrative and then I weave them into my stories to the best of my ability. I may be completely off the mark in some ways because there are as many opinions as there are scholars and archaeologists, but if I craft a compelling story and a sense of verisimilitude (making it seem like it could have happened) then I have done my job. My goal is never to re-write the Word of God but to inspire readers to put themselves “into” the sandals of the people in the Bible and think about what might have happened to the people who actually experienced those events firsthand.

What are some of the things that inspire your stories? What is the first thing you do when you get an idea?

I draw on a lot of things for inspiration. Of course due to my genre I am inspired by the Bible and once in a while get a flash of story idea from sermons (if I’m taking notes in church that’s usually why 😉 and I have a podcast that I love called Torah Class that has taught me so much over the past few years from a Hebrew cultural and historical perspective. I’m also just a voracious reader so I glean a lot of character inspiration from other talented writers. And then of course my writing partners are a constant source of inspiration because we spend hours and hours talking over our stories, bouncing ideas around, and sharpening each other as we critique and plot together.

 

 

MY REVIEW:

Ms. Cossette never disappoints with her stories, and this time is no exception. From the first page, the story grabs the reader and does not let go.

I was struck with Sofea’s initial reactions to the Hebrew faith. As an outsider and a foreigner, the faith of the Israelites was most curious to her. Accustomed to human sacrifices, and lewd and violent behavior, the love and purity she witnessed was a salve to a deeply wounded heart.

 

Ms. Cossette’s characters leap from the page, their actions and emotions real and genuine. With intricate historical detail, the story resonates authentically, bringing Biblical Truth to light. My own heart was caught up in Sofea’s struggle, and longing to be loved.

 

The limitations placed on Eitan so long ago created conflict within him. That he didn’t recognize the value of his own efforts rang too true with this reviewer. Only with the power of Yahweh’s love for them both were they able to escape the prison of their past, and embrace a future of love and hope.

 

ROBIN’S FEATHERS:

ALL | THE | FEATHERS!

 

 

 

I received a 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, Shelter of the Most High, Connilyn Cossette

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BLOGWORDS – Tuesday 25 September 2018 – TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – AN UNPRESENTABLE GLORY by ELEANOR K. GUSTAFSON

TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – AN UNPRESENTABLE GLORY by ELEANOR K. GUSTAFSON

                                                                             

 

THE BLURB:

“I trusted you, and some day, you may know just how much you hold in your hands.”

Linda Jensen leads a relatively quiet life in Westchester County, New York, as the owner of a highly-acclaimed garden. Inherited from her parents, the garden is her pride and joy. What is not so joyful is finding a strange man sprawled near her delphiniums! The mysterious man is sick, unable to do anything more than drink water—and beg for secrecy. Ignoring all alarm bells, Linda sees to his needs, but her caring act takes on unexpected significance, an unpresentable glory.

Seeds of trust, and perhaps love, are planted in Linda’s garden haven. But as secrets are revealed and scandal hits the headlines, the act of caring for this man threatens to tarnish both of their reputations. Like weeds in Linda’s garden, circumstances threaten to choke out their fledgling relationship, and small moments prove to be the biggest influencers—on a national scale.

 

THE AUTHOR:

Ellie Gustafson began thinking up stories at a young age but did not begin writing and publishing until 1978. A graduate of Wheaton College in Illinois, she has been actively involved in church life as a minister’s wife, teacher, musician, writer, and encourager. Additional experiences include gardening, house construction, tree farming, mouse control, and parenting–all of which have helped bring color and humor to her fiction. One of her major writing goals has been to make scriptural principles understandable and relevant for today’s readers through the undeniable power of story.

Personal themes crop up in her novels:
* An Unpresentable Glory–her love of gardening and American Indians. She even made a 15′ tepee!
* Dynamo builds off her lifelong love of horses.
* The Stones, on King David, grew out of the inherent power of his story in the Bible.

 

 

MY REVIEW:

Oh my goodness! This story starts off running and doesn’t slow down! What a powerhouse of a story! So many issues adroitly handled, tough issues, current issues, skillfully written.

Characters so real any one of us might fit right in. Fighting against ourselves and against the grace of God—how well this reviewer can identify with that! And how I cheered Lawrie on, encouraging, nay, chastising him for not accepting such a precious gift.

Linda, so gracious in her discovery. And so real in her angst and agony at what cannot be—and yet hoping against hope.

 

Ms. Gustafson has played so many elements and emotions into this story, guilt and grace, compassion and conflict. Characters who, though real, are as angels in their purpose. The ugly of this life and the beauty that God never abandons us. Life and death, dreams and obligation.

 

And through it all, unpresentable glory.

 

ROBIN’S FEATHERS:

ALL | THE | 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, An Unpresentable Glory, Eleanor K. Gustafson

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BLOGWORDS – Tuesday 18 September 2018 – TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – THE ORNAMENT KEEPER by EVA MARIE EVERSON

TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – THE ORNAMENT KEEPER by EVA MARIE EVERSON

 

Welcome to the blog tour & giveaway for The Ornament Keeper by Eva Marie Everson, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!

                                                                             

Title: The Ornament Keeper
Author: Eva Marie Everson
Publisher: New Hope Publishers
Release Date: September 24, 2018
Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Holiday

THE BLURB:

Award-winning author Eva Marie Everson wraps up a Christmas story of hope, love, and forgiveness just in time for the holidays. The Ornament Keeper, a contemporary Christmas novella, features Felicia and Jackson Morgan who are spending their first Christmas apart after twenty years of marriage. But a lifetime of gifted ornaments helps Felicia piece together the story of their marriage and the one mistake of unforgiveness she made before they said, “I do.” Can these memory-filled ornaments reunite this family before Christmas? Only time will tell.

 

PURCHASE: Goodreads | Amazon | B&N | CBD | Book Depository

 

THE AUTHOR:

 

Eva Marie Everson is a multiple-award winning author and speaker who hails from the picturesque Southern town of Sylvania, Georgia. She is president of Word Weavers International, director of Florida Christian Writers Conference, Managing Editor at Firefly Southern Fiction, and enjoys coaching new authors through her company, Pen in Hand. She is an avid photographer who enjoys turning her photos into inspiring memes for you to share (with proper attribution). Eva Marie and her husband make their home in Central Florida. They are the parents of three fabulous children who have blessed them with the world’s greatest grandchildren.

CONTACT: website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest

 

 

TOUR GIVEAWAY

(1) winner will receive:

  • a print copy of The Ornament Keeper, and
  • an ornament handpicked by the author

Enter via the Rafflecopter giveaway below. Giveaway will begin at midnight September 17, 2018 and last through 11:59pm September 24, 2018. US only. Winners will be notified within a week of close of the giveaway and given 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen.

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MY REVIEW:

Another new-to-me author! #ishouldhavedoneablitz

Honestly, I wanted to shake some sense into Felicia! But then, I suppose someone would have to shake some sense into me, as well. Don’t we all hold onto past grudges and hurts? Letting them color—discolor—our days from the inside out?

Beautifully written, and tenderly poignant, each of Felicia’s reminders—her collection of Christmas ornaments—weigh against the gnawing bitterness that plagues her. Mementos that serve as glimpses of a life made with her husband, Jackson. Treasured moments, tender moments. Moments of happy times together.

Moments that have been tarnished with sin she won’t let go.

Ms. Everson blends the different elements of her story together flawlessly, creating a masterful and colorful painting. The human emotion and reaction. The illogic of the heart, and the true and deep longing. Guilt that taunts—and the wounds that won’t heal. And the master stroke—well, I don’t want to give the story away! I will say, Ms. Everson frames her story in God’s love and His healing.

 

 

ROBIN’S FEATHERS:

ALL | THE | 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.

Follow along at JustReadTours for a full schedule of stops!

 

#Blogwords, Tuesday Reviews-Day, #TRD, Book Review, The Ornament Keeper, Eva Marie Everson

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BLOGWORDS – Tuesday 11 September 2018 – TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – JANE BY THE BOOK by PEPPER BASHAM

TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – JANE BY THE BOOK by PEPPER BASHAM

THE BLURB:

She’s level-headed and ordered. He talks to imaginary characters. She keeps to the plan. He never has one. Will true love find a way to color outside the lines but inside God’s love to create a story they can write together? Four years ago, Jane Warwick escaped the shame of being jilted at the altar by becoming a housekeeper at the secluded Inn at Simeon Ridge. Predictable and quiet, the inn and large Simeon family help Jane find a place to heal but also cultivate her natural strengths for order and planning. But an unexpected visit to Bath, England, upsets Jane’s peaceful monotony and sends her out of her comfort zone, directly into the harrowing path of historical detective author, Titus Stewart. The only plans Titus sticks to are family holidays and the ones that send him careening into his story worlds, but when an uptight innkeeper stumbles into his life – and his latest novel – nonfiction begins to take on a much more interesting gleam. With the help of a mysterious journal, will they both uncover a romance that stands the test of time?

THE AUTHOR:

Pepper Basham is an award-winning author who writes romance peppered with grace and humor. She currently resides in the lovely mountains of Asheville, NC where she is the mom of 5 great kids, speech-pathologist to about fifty more, lover of chocolate, jazz, and Jesus. Her debut historical novel, The Thorn Bearer, released in May 2015 and has garnered awards such as Reader’s Favorites Award, finalist in the Grace Awards, shortlisted for the Inspy Awards, and a finalist in ACFW’s Carol Awards. Her second historical novel, The Thorn Keeper, released in Feb 2016 and her first contemporary romance, A Twist of Faith, released in April 2016 with a 4 star review from Romantic Times. In December 2016, her third historical in the Penned in Time series, The Thorn Healer – released with a 4 1/2 star review from RT and a Top Picks rating. You can get to know Pepper on her website, http://www.pepperdbasham.com, on Facebook, or over at her group blog, The Writer’s Alley.

 

MY REVIEW:

What fun for an author to read an author writing about an author!!!

Double the fun when that fictional author collides with a most staid and regimented—and unimaginative—love interest. Add in some Christmas spice of two hearts broken several times over, and romance has a wintry chance of kindling.

 

Jane Warwick is in Bath, England for one purpose only, and she intends to get the job done and make her hasty retreat back to North Carolina.

Titus Stewart is in Bath to get a job done, too—to find inspiration for his newest novel. And that job takes on new life when he tangles with Jane.

I played cheerleader to Jane’s reticence, urging her to step out of the carefully drawn boundaries she had created. I giggled as Titus kept to his pursuit—and sighed as his fictional world collided with his real life.

As he thawed Jane’s reserves, and they began to work together to solve the mystery in the pages of her journal, I felt the heat kindle between them. But just when it seemed the flame would leap to life, it came to an icy halt, and my heart melted.

As per her magical ability to turn a story, Ms. Basham brought together two distinct and polar opposite characters, shoved them into close quarters and an “oil and water” situation, threw in some freckles and Pink Lady apples, and put it all together in a Basham Classic happy ending.

 

ROBIN’S FEATHERS:

ALL | THE | FEATHERS!

 

 

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

 

#Blogwords, Tuesday Reviews-Day, #TRD, Book Review, Jane by the Book, Pepper Basham, Second Impressions, #Brittallachia

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BLOGWORDS – Tuesday 4 September 2018 – TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – A TALE OF TWO HEARTS by MICHELLE GRIEP

TUESDAY REVIEWS-DAY – BOOK REVIEW – A TALE OF TWO HEARTS by MICHELLE GRIEP

                                                                             

 

THE BLURB:

London, 1853: Innkeeper’s daughter Mina Scott will do anything to escape the drudgery of her life, for there’s nothing more mundane than serving customers day after day. Every minute she can, she reads and dreams of someday becoming a real lady—and catch the eye of William Barlow, a frequent guest at the inn.

William is a gentleman’s son, a charming but penniless rogue. However, his bachelor uncle will soon name an heir—either him or his scheming cousin. In an effort to secure the inheritance, William gives his uncle the impression he’s married, which works until he’s invited to bring his wife for a visit.

William asks Mina to be his pretend bride, only until his uncle names an heir on Christmas Day. Mina is flattered and frustrated by the offer, for she wants a true relationship with William. Yet, she agrees. . .then wishes she hadn’t. So does William. Deceiving the old man breaks both their hearts. When the truth is finally discovered, more than just money is lost.

Can two hearts survive such deception?

 

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:

“Oh, what tangled webs we weave when at first we practice to deceive.”

 

Michelle Griep is a favorite author for a reason—her stories are always filled with intriguing characters and twisty story lines!

Mina Scott is rather an every-man character, longings trapped in the drudgery of her life. By contrast, William Barlow is vivid and colorful and vibrant—everything Mina is not, and all she longs for.

Will’s past and Mina’s dreams collide in a seeming harmless deception. But that deception takes on a life of its own, drawing them both deeper into its clutches.

I rode the wave of Mina’s doubts, even as her attraction to Will—and her concern for his uncle—compelled her to stay the deceptive course. I felt Will’s need to prove himself, even if using less than honorable methods. I also may or may not have felt the urge to smash the cousin’s wife in her sniping face…

I read with page-turning breath, waiting for Will’s uncle to see who the true deceiver and conniver was. And for Mina and Will to see past their less-than-honorable beginnings to their happily-ever-after.

 

 

ROBIN’S FEATHERS:

ALL | THE | 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, A Tale of Two Hearts, Michelle Griep, Once Upon a Dickens Christmas, 12 Days at Bleakly Manor

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