Love in Disguise


I love it when I finish a book and feel like I’ve just read the most amazing book ever, and I had one of those moments when I finished Love in Disguise.  This book is written by a new Covenant Communications author, Anneka R. Walker.  I am so glad that they published this book, because not only is the title awesome, but the story in general is as well.  Continue reading

A Proper Scandal


Eek!  Esther Hatch as done it again!  She was enthralled me in a tale wrapped in romance in her latest book, A Proper Scandal.  She is fast approaching the top of my favorite author list.  Everything about this book made me want to scream!  Scream, because I can’t write as well as she can.  Scream, because Mr. Nate Barton is a fictional character that I can’t have.  Scream, because I want to be Miss Grace Sinclair, minus the creepy uncle. Continue reading

Finding Anne de Bourgh


If you like Pride & Prejudice, regency, and mysteries, then this is the book for you.  Finding Anne de Bourgh by Ronda Gibb Hinrichsen was simply amazing.  In this book you get to find out what happens to Mr. Darcy’s cousin, Anne de Bourgh and you get to see a whole lot more of Lady Catherine de Bourgh.  Continue reading

Muddy: Where Faith and Polygamy Collide


Dean Hughes was the first author that got me to enjoy reading.  I wasn’t a big reader until my step-grandfather gave me his copies of the Children of the Promise series which I admit had sitting on my bookshelves for a bit until one day I decided to give the first book a try.  The next thing I knew I was staying up late to read or waking up early to read and I finished the 5 book series way too soon, so I decided to get start reading them again.  I read them 25 times straight in a row when my mother encouraged me to read Gerald Lund’s The Work and the Glory series.  It was then that I realized that there are a lot of good books out there and the reader inside me was born. Continue reading

Charlotte’s Promise


Jennifer Moore’s latest novel, Charlotte’s Promise was amazing.  This book should be read after A Shipbuilder’s Wife, as Captain Alden Thatcher is introduced in that book.  Though it is not necessary to read it before you read this book.  They are separate stories. Continue reading

Miss Adeline’s Match


Miss Adeline’s Match is the second novel of Joanna Barker.  I was immediately intrigued by this book by the cover and the fact that this book contains a character by the name of Charity.  What is even more intriguing is that the character is very much like myself where we prefer escaping into books over socializing. Continue reading

Undercover Honeymoon


Undercover Honeymoon by Kari Iroz is the third book following the adventures of Jaclyn (Jack) Wyatt and her hero Damion Wade.  The first book being A Date with Danger and the second book being Mormon Girl Incognito.  All three of these books are fantastic.  In fact, I had forgotten how funny this author is until I read her new book, Undercover Honeymoon. Continue reading