7Seven Things to Say About “The Accidental Guardian”

Mary Connealy writes great western trilogies, and this is a great beginning of her next series (High Sierra Sweethearts). Deborah Harkness and her sister Gwen are on a wagon train west as caregivers to two children.  They were hired by the young boys parents, who going out west to take their niece to her father,…

7Seven Things to Say About Author Kristy Cambron

As an avid reader, I read books written by authors at different levels in their career.  Writing is a creative outlet that allows the artist to create a world on paper we the reader get to visit, some create simple worlds that we love going to, and others create worlds filled with mazes and puzzles…

7Seven Things to Say About Sarah Ladd’s Books

As a fan of Historical Fiction set in the Regency Era, I have been reading Sarah Ladd’s books since her first book “The Heiress of Winterwood” was published in 2013. Here are my 7Seven things about Sarah Ladd.. Sarah’s newest book “The Weaver’s Daughter” came out May 26, 2018, it follows Kate as she decides…

7Seven Things To Say About “Falling for You”

Just last week I read my very first Becky Wade book “True to You” which is the first book in “A Bradford Sisters Romance” series.  It didn’t take me long to get the second book of that series, “Falling for You”, which was just published May 1st. Here are 7seven things I have to say…

7Seven Favorite Books By Karen Witemeyer

No one and I mean no one writes Historical Christian Westerns like Karen Witemeyer.  Don’t get me wrong there are a lot of authors in the Christian Western genre and I appreciate them all, but if Karen Witemeyer wrote it I loved it.  Her books are filled with wit, action, mystery, and romance.  From the…