Reviews - Inspirational

My Sweet Danish Rose
Tina Peterson
Scott

HISTORICAL:  In 1863 Berta Erichsen's family plans to immigrate to America and join the other Mormons settling in Utah.  Berta is fifteen years old and very definitely has a mind of her own - and she impulsively decides to stay behind to help an aunt.

Mrs. Understood's husband is cheating - and when she learns that he's at Nana's Cajun Restaurant with his latest conquest, she speeds over to catch them together. While walking across the street, she is hit by a vehicle and when she regains consciousness, she is in hell.

Gabriel’s Daughters
Janet K.
Jensen

CULTURAL FICTION:  Raised in a very closed, sheltered, polygamous community, Zina is thrilled when given permission to venture outside to attend high school.  Her innocence and naiveté become her undoing, however, when she is seduced and left pregnant by a handsome but unscrupulous teacher.  Faced

FANTASY:  Lord Dentin has no illusions. He may be the second most respected man in Rhynan, but he also knows he is probably the most hated. It may not be the kind of notoriety he hoped for, but it helps him do what is needed—namely, upholding the law and protecting the innocent.

Devon’s Choice
Catherine
Bennett

Devon is content with most of her life. She lives with her dad and dog, Bubby, she works in a coffee shop, and all of her needs are met. The only area where there is some discontent is that she is dating the very rich and distracted Michael.

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