Friday, February 21, 2020

First Line Friday - February 21, 2020


Welcome to First Line Friday hosted by Hoarding Books

I know I've mentioned this before, but I really like the Peacock Hill series by Elizabeth Maddrey. Today I'm sharing the first line from A Heart Reconsidered which is the sixth and, sadly, final book in the series.


"'That was some party.'"

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Review: Finding the Road Home by Tina Radcliffe




Title: Finding the Road Home
Author: Tina Radcliffe
Series: Hearts of Oklahoma Book 1
Publication Date: February 2020
Length: 220 pages

About the Book

To care for her orphaned nieces and nephews, Daisy Anderson moved to a small town for a new deputy position—but now her job could be eliminated. With potential budget cuts looming, her only hope is to work with police chief Mitch Rainbolt to save their department’s funds. But can their fight for her job lead to something neither dared wish for: a future together?

Friday, February 14, 2020

First Line Friday - February 14, 2020


Welcome to First Line Friday hosted by Hoarding Books

Happy Valentine's Day! I've always liked Valentine's Day because of the pinks and reds and hearts. I think it's a pretty holiday. 💟

Instead of sharing the first line of a book, I'm sharing my favorite lines. I think this little scene in Finding the Road Home by Tina Radcliffe is so comical! I recently finished this book - watch for my review next week.


"'I'll help with a bake sale,' Roscoe said. 
'Roscoe, that is so sweet of you,' Henna said. 
'Nah, don't be giving me too much credit. I follow the food.'" 

Friday, February 7, 2020

First Line Friday - February 7, 2020


Welcome to First Line Friday hosted by Hoarding Books

Today I'm sharing the first line from An Unlikely Amish Match by Vannetta Chapman. I have enjoyed the rest of the series and am looking forward to reading this one. Aren't the new Love Inspired covers pretty?


"Susannah Beiler was carrying a to-go bag holding half a cinnamon  roll in one hand and her coffee in the other when she stepped out of Cabin Coffee and started across the street."

Friday, January 31, 2020

First Line Friday - January 31, 2020


Welcome to First Line Friday hosted by Hoarding Books

I can't believe it's the last Friday in January already!

Today I'm sharing the first line from Her Rocky Mountain Hope by Mindy Obenhaus. I finished this book last week and really enjoyed it!


"Boy, he needed a haircut."

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Her Rocky Mountain Hope Blog Tour, Review, and GIVEAWAY


Her Rocky Mountain Hope JustRead Blog
Tour 

Welcome to the Blog Tour & Giveaway for Her Rocky Mountain Hope by Mindy Obenhaus, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!

ABOUT THE BOOK


Her Rocky
Mountain Hope by Mindy Obenhaus
Title: Her Rocky Mountain Hope
Author: Mindy Obenhaus
Series: Rocky Mountain Heroes #5
Publisher: Love Inspired
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Release Date: January 21, 2020

Learning to trust can be the greatest adventure.

She’s always played it safe… Can he reach her guarded heart?

Ready to open his camp for young cancer patients, Daniel Stephens must impress foundation overseer Blythe McDonald to ensure she approves funding for next year. But the cautious former cancer patient was once let down by a similar program, and she’ll leave no stone unturned in her evaluation. Can he convince her his camp is worthy of the money…and that he’s worthy of her love?

Sunday, January 26, 2020

Review: Star Rising by Janet W. Ferguson


Title: Star Rising
Author: Janet W. Ferguson
Publication Date: January 2020
Length: 260 pages

About the Book

Star Youngblood has always been a fighter-a necessity after her mother married a monster of a man. Now, she's finally on the path to the stable life she's always wanted. Her employer, Priscilla Kelly, is a sweet woman ravaged by rheumatoid arthritis, and Star will do anything to help her. Even if that means going toe to toe with Mrs. Kelly's neglectful son.

After being betrayed on the mission field and devastated by the tragic death of his father, Paul Kelly gave up on God. He lives life on his own terms, biding his time as a corporate pilot until he can save enough money to begin his own flight school closer to home. His mother is all he has left, and he wants to be near her. He just didn't expect her health to decline so quickly. When he discovers his mother has taken in a stray--a woman he's not at all sure can be trusted--his protective instincts kick into high gear. Paul's handled a lot of turbulence, but he's never gone up against a force like Star.

As Paul and Star strive to protect his mother in their own ways, they soon find their hearts are at the greatest risk.