Book Review : For all time

Book Review : For All Time

July 30, 2020

For All Time is a romantic time travel story, where Analiese and Adam find themselves in 16th century England. Adam’s historical knowledge and his employment as an actor in a tourist re-enactment show, help them navigate the many difficulties of being thrown back in time. Together, Analiese and Adam have to work together to overcome…

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by Susan Barnes
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My book review of Unnoticed

Book Review : Unnoticed

June 28, 2017

Unnoticed is an enjoyable story about Jane O’Reilly and the new bachelor in town, Price Moreland. It is very loosely based on Cinderella with a nasty step mother, a grand ball and a missing shoe. However, this similarity is hardly noticeable. I liked the way, the author Amanda Deed, was able to weave some important…

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My book review of Beyond the Fight

Book Review : Beyond the Fight

October 5, 2016

This book is currently being featured on the Australian Christian Readers Blog Alliance. Information about the author and more details about the book can be found here. Beyond the Fight by Carol Preston is set in Australia during World War I and is a fascinating look into lives of people during a difficult time in…

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Book Review : Mail Order Surprise

September 7, 2016

This book is currently being featured on the Australian Christian Readers Blog Alliance. Information about the author and more details about the book can be found here. Mail Order Surprise is a lovely romantic novel by Lucy Thompson. It is set in America’s Wild West, Denver, Colorado in the spring of 1881 where life is…

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Book Review : Twice Stolen

April 6, 2016

This book is currently being featured on the Australian Christian Readers Blog Alliance. Information about the author and more details about the book can be found here. The story begins by introducing Dimitri and Leah separately and we discover that they have both experienced significant abandonment as young children. When their paths cross there is…

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