Monthly Archives: March 2014

Tide and Tempest

    In Elizabeth Ludwig’s final book in the Edge of Freedom series, Ludwig brings all of her characters back together to finally reveal who The Celt is and what he has to do with the Fenians. In Tide and Tempest, Tillie … Continue reading

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Wildwood Creek: A Book Review

Wildwood Creek is an intriguing tale by Lisa Wingate set in both 1861 and the present.  While it is difficult to weave together two different stories in one book without losing the reader, Wingate expertly does so while keeping the … Continue reading

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The Dancing Master Review

The Dancing Master by Julie Klassen is a typical Christian romance novel, but it pulls in some interesting details about the history of dancing that makes it a unique read. On the heals of a family scandal, Alec Valcourt moves … Continue reading

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Prepared for a Purpose: An Inspiring Read

It seems as though every week the news is filled with the story of a school shooting, and the end result is never a happy one.  Innocent children are injured, the shooter dead or in custody, and lives are forever … Continue reading

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