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The Guardian had me hooked from page one. I don’t usually expect so much action from an Amish novel so I was pleasantly surprised. A little girl going missing is not something I ever thought I’d read in an Amish book. It instantly made my heart stop because I have a daughter around the same age and I had to know what happened to her!

I always appreciate a tomboy who isn’t afraid to bend the rules when it comes to gender roles. The Icecutter’s Daughter has just such a character who I found myself relating to.

Rules of Murder Giveaway | Cara Putman

I LOVED Michael Reynolds first book The Flight of the Earls in the Heirs of Ireland series so I was thrilled to read In Golden Splendor.

could relate a lot to Paige Adler in Paige Torn. Saying no to people, especially when it’s church related, is hard! You want to do everything you can to serve and sometimes it’s hard to find the balance of what you should say yes and should say no to.

Mist of Midnight #bookreview What happens when your whole family dies and you return home from the mission field only to find out someone else pretended to be you and is dead? Will Rebecca be able to prove she is really who she states she is? Great read! #CFBA #ChristianFiction

Kate and Christopher Dearing’s lives turn upside down when their father loses everything in a railroad land speculation. The siblings are shipped off to their mother’s brother in England with one edict: marry money. At twenty-seven years old, Kate has the stigma of being passed over by eligible men many times—and that was before she had no dowry. Christopher would like nothing better than to make his own way in the world...

The Witch's Daughter - My name is Elizabeth Anne Hawksmith, and my age is three hundred and eighty-four years. If you will listen, I will tell you a tale of witches. this sounds interesting.

Always Daddy's Princess: Great book for a father to give a daughter who is having a baby girl.

When her father disappears in war-torn Mississippi, Hannah Dandridge finds herself responsible not only for her younger siblings but for the ranch her father recently acquired on the Texas plains. Though a marriage of convenience could ease her predicament, she determines to trust God for direction... Read the review on my blog.

"Every woman should read this...and every mother should give it to their daughters!"- A. Cascos