Reviews - Inspirational

The Whistle Walk
Stephenia H.
McGee

HISTORICAL:  Lydia Harper has been raised to be a proper Southern Lady capable of assuming her position by the side of her new husband as owners of a large Mississippi plantation.   One day while shopping, however, Lydia witnesses a young black woman being beaten in the streets.  When no one intervenes, she rushes to stop the travesty and ends up buying the girl instead.

Nowhere For Christmas
Heather
Gray

Avery is a journalist on the verge of realizing her dream: her column has just been given the green light to be syndicated.  Her editor has sent her on a tour of small towns for story ideas and although excited, Avery doesn’t care for having to work over Christmas.  Nor does she agree with having t

HISTORICAL/WOMEN'S FICTION:  It’s 1946 and Benjamin Church has returned home from the war, thinking things in his hometown have changed.

Not Quite an Angel (Decisions #4
Shirley Kiger
Connolly

HISTORICAL:  Betrothal. It would be an arrangement between families who were lifelong friends. Convenient and logical, it would finally bind the two families together. It was the perfect solution—for everyone but Daphne.

Alessandra Castillo has recently separated from the Army. She had a civilian job for two months, and then it was eliminated.

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