Recent Reviews

28 Days
Aleisha Maree and
Susan Horsnell

WOMEN"S FICTION: Ziggy Yorke and Branson Reid meet by chance in a hospital, which is not exactly romantic. Fortunately, the spark was there. Ziggy is in the hospital because she has cystic fibrosis and now she’s dying. Branson’s sister had emergency surgery and is in a coma.

Nora Beiler, a young widow, is in constant pain from the accident that destroyed her hip and killed her husband. Though a local doctor encouraged her to get a hip replacement, Nora believes faith should help her as much as medicine could. When she finally gives in and has the surgery, she’s amazed at how she feels. The doctor recommends a local exercise class for seniors as physical therapy.

Alice Davies was a hopeless romantic until her boyfriend hooked up with her best friend and left her crushed. When he left her friend and began stalking Alice, her parents stepped in and sent her on vacation to Seattle - the home of her favorite movie. Alice’s journal is filled with entries detailing her hurt and confusion over this awful incident.

Rare books stolen from a local library give Detective Kim Jansen her latest case. The sixteen volumes are half of a set featuring photographs of Native Americans. During the theft, there is serious injury to a security guard. As Jansen gathers information, her list of suspects grows to include a wealthy vineyard owner, his history professor son, and an old college roommate.

The Wild Rose and the Sea Raven
Jennifer Ivy
Walker

HISTORICAL: When the princess of Scotland, Morag, marries Issyltes father, the king of Ireland, Issylets undiscovered powers rise up to warn her of the evil learning in her new stepmothers heart. That evil shows itself when Morag tries to have Issylte killed.

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