Month: September 2020

Book Review: Christmas Ever After by Karen Schaler

Book Review: Christmas Ever ..

REVIEW: I knew when I settled into reading Christmas Ever After by Karen Schaler that it would be delightful and full of holiday feelings. I’ve enjoyed every one of her holiday stories so far, and this one was just as enjoyable!  This is one of those stories where a person that doesn’t enjoy Christmas at […]

Posted September 30, 2020
Book Review: The Christmas Swap by Melody Carlson

Book Review: The Christmas S..

Review: I jumped at the chance to read this one after loving The Happy Camper so much. This one is a bit shorter, coming in at under 200 pages. I especially loved the snow skiing scenes. The way the Landers family relates to one another is…different. Some of the family members are fairly sarcastic with one another […]

Posted September 25, 2020
Book Review: Dark Tides by Philippa Gregory

Book Review: Dark Tides by P..

Review: My most anticipated read of the year!! And it was SO GOOD. Alinor Reekie used to be a midwife and herbalist, like her mother and grandmother before her. Years ago, she fell in love with a man she shouldn’t have, and her life fell apart. Now, she is an entirely different woman, sickly and […]

Posted September 22, 2020
Book Review: A Trace of Deceit by Karen Odden

Book Review: A Trace of Dece..

REVIEW: Since I read the first book in this series nearly two years ago, I’ve grown to adore historical mysteries. When I was offered the chance to read this second Victorian Mystery book, I jumped at it. The previous book featured Nell Hallum, a musician, working along with her brother Matthew Hallum to solve crimes. […]

Posted September 16, 2020