Lynette Eason: Discover more…plus a giveaway Act of Treason by Ronie Kendig Character Spotlight ~ Sarah Sundin’s Kay & Roger Character Spotlight ~ Kristy Cambron’s Sera & Adele

Laura Frantz: Discover more…plus a giveaway

Laura Frantz

 

Discover more about

Laura Frantz

and her final Ballantyne Legacy novel

Love’s Fortune

Revell

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A book character that sticks in my mind is… Why? Baron Balmaine from Lady of Eve by Tamara Leigh. I’m in the midst of that book and he’s quite a memorable hero!

The last book that made me cry was… George MacDonald’s Donal Grant.

The last book that made me laugh out loud was… George MacDonald’s Sir Gibbie.

I’m completely immersed in their storytelling, whenever I read a book by… James Alexander Thom (Follow the River, Long Knife, etc.).

The first person

Kept by Sally Bradley

KeptSynopsis:~

Life has taught Miska Tomlinson that there are no honorable men. Her womanizing brothers, her absentee father, and Mark, the married baseball player who claims to love her—all have proven undependable. But Miska has life under control. She runs her editing business from her luxury condo, stays fit with daily jogs along Chicago’s lakefront, and in her free time blogs anonymously about life as a kept woman.

Enter new neighbor Dillan Foster. Between his unexpected friendship and her father’s sudden reappearance, Miska loses control of her orderly life. Her relationship with Mark deteriorates, and Miska can’t help comparing him

Bookish Question of the Week

QuoftheweekI’ve been wrestling with my passion for books written with a faith framework (aka Christian Fiction) and the considerable sameness of so many of the novels available. CF has come along in leaps and bounds over the past couple of decades and I applaud the opening up of genres and the changes that have taken place which has provided readers with significantly more choice in their reading, and great quality in the writing. That said, I’ve been struggling with feeling like I’m reading the same book over and over from many writers. I’m am not saying the books are poorly …

Character Spotlight: Tracie Peterson’s Jessica & Todd

A Matter of Heart

 

Meet a Texas Ranger & a “debutante” in

Tracie Peterson’s

historical romance

A Matter of Heart

Bethany House

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The Story

Texas born and raised Jessica Atherton is a wealthy young woman whose heart was broken when the man she intended to marry wedded another. But her world is upended when two new men come into her life, and both manage to stir her heart.

Harrison Gable is a successful young lawyer with ambitions that match Jessica’s dreams. His warm, attentive manner and thoughtful gifts make her feel special.

Austin Todd, a former Secret Service agent, enjoys working now

Character Spotlight: Susan May Warren’s John Christiansen

Evergreen

 

Meet the Christiansen patriarch in

Susan May Warren’s

Winter Novella

Evergreen

Tyndale House

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Brief physical description

Meet John Christiansen, the head of the Christiansen family and owner of Evergreen Outfitters and Cabin Rentals (aka Evergreen Resort). Deep Haven, Minnesota.

A former football player for the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers, John has spent his entire life running the resort, which has been in the family for three generations. It’s a hideaway in the woods, located on beautiful Evergreen lake, with canoeing, fishing, hiking and lots of quiet breezes perfect for reading.

John is quiet, wise, and the guy …

Nowhere to Turn by Lynette Eason

Nowhere to turnSynopsis:~

The day Danielle Harding takes her 11-year-old son, Simon, and flees from her abusive husband, is the same day Kurt Harding dies. A relieved Dani believes she and her son are finally safe–but in reality, the danger has just begun. When Kurt was alive, he took something important to a mysterious person. That person wants the item back and believes Dani now has it. As she and her son run for their lives, they have nowhere to turn, until she hires Adam Buchanan of Operation Refuge and goes into hiding. Unfortunately, she won’t be able to hide for long