Recent Reviews

Crossing the Deep
Kelly
Martin

INSPIRATIONAL:  Rachel Harker has always had faith in God and when she heads out to a church-sponsored hiking trip, the last thing she expected is to have that faith thoroughly tested as she finds herself injured, lost…and in a company of a boy who wants nothing to do with the Lord.

After a sudden encounter with the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and the apologetic stormy-gray eyes of a handsome veteran, college senior Cindy Waymire forms the idea of writing a paper on the effects of PTSD on soldiers returning home from war.

SUSPENSE:  With his six foot, six inch frame, Lord Brander Edvard Hansen, Baron of Hamar, could easily be mistaken for a Norse god. Until he speaks—or doesn’t. Brander is deaf - but that doesn’t stop him from becoming a “discreet gentleman of discovery”.

HISTORICAL:  1941 was a year of great upheaval but little did 19 year old Becky Whetstone realize just how much.  Returning to her parents' Amish roots after her family spent years flying missionaries all over the world, Becky finds the Amish lifestyle curious but comforting.  When she meets and fal

FUTURISTIC:  Now that Marianne Woolsey has given her heart to the Sural, leader of Suralia, and her choice to change from human to Suralian is made, she finds love is just the first step in living and acclimating to a man who belongs not only to her, but an entire planet.  The customs and lifestyle,

Pages