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One Tuesday Morning by Karen Kingsbury

4 stars

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The September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade Centre in New York reverberated around the world and on that the afternoon of that same day, God placed a story in author, Karen Kingsbury’s heart. She went on to write that story in honour of those lost on that fateful day.
Jaime Bryan is happily married to her firefighter husband Jake and living in New York with their young daughter, Sierra. The only concern for Jake is that Jaime doesn’t share his faith and for Jaime, the fear that when Jake heads off to work, he

Beyond Tuesday Morning by Karen Kingsbury

4 1/2 stars

www.karenkingsbury.com

In this riveting sequel to One Tuesday Morning , Karen Kingsbury delves further into the raw issues of tragedy, loss and grief and the difficult process of moving on with life. On 11th September, 2001 firefighterJake Bryan was in one of the twin towers as part of the rescue mission, when it collapsed. Three years have passed since the tragic circumstances that almost destroyed Jaime Bryan and their young daughter, Sierra, yet propelled her into the arms of her Heavenly Father, a prayer Jake had throughout their marriage. Jaime is now a volunteer at St Paul’s

The Witness by Dee Henderson

4 Stars
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I have been awaiting the release of Dee Henderson’s THE WITNESS with much anticipation, having been enthralled by both her O’Malley and Uncommon Heroes series. This release, through a new publisher Tyndale, is the first for Henderson in three years and my expectations were high. While this book is quite different to her previous series, many elements remain the same and I was not disappointed.
The story revolves around three sisters, two of whom discover the mixed blessing of inheriting millions, together with shocking secrets about their father that are publicly unveiled. Amanda Griffin, the oldest sibling, …

Even Now by Karen Kingsbury

4 Stars

www.karenkingsbury.com

Karen Kingsbury’s latest release Even Now is a journey through shattered dreams into the balm of forgiveness. Emily Anderson is a first year University student, raised by her maternal grandparents, determined to discover the truth behind her mother’s disappearance shortly after her birth and to find the father she has never known. The discovery of her mother’s journals opens the window to the lives of her parents and the connection and heartache experienced by the young couple, Shane and Lauren. The two are deeply in love yet slowly torn apart by their own mistakes and the interference

Paper Moon by Linda Windsor

3 1/2 stars

www.lindawindsor.com

If you enjoy romantic comedies at the cinema, try the literary version and grab Linda Windsor’s Paper Moon, the first book in her Moonstruck trilogy. Linda’s writing has that rare laugh out loud quality so be careful where you read it! Linda has travelled to Mexico on a numerous occasions and some of the weird and wonderful happenings in the story are her personal experiences which adds to the credibility and humour of the book. The scenery and traditions of Mexico are enticingly written giving you the experience of a trip to Mexico from the comfort

Wings of Morning by Kathleen Morgan

3 1/2 stars

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The second book in the These Highland Hills series by Kathleen Morgan reintroduces the reader to Iain Campbell, Scottish laird and warrior, who was thwarted in his love for Anne in Child of the Mist, the first book in the series. He has returned to his home, Balloch Castle, and is leading a peaceful, if somewhat lonely life, far from the intrigue of the Scottish court. Searching for cattles reivers on his land, Iain stumbles across a gravely injured woman who cannot remember her own name and brings her home to be cared for by his