Through Waters Deep
by Sarah Sundin
America is on the brink of joining the allies in WWII, in 1941 tensions was high and opinions was many. Mary Stirling is a young Boston Navy yard Secretary that is not looking for love. Then along comes an old childhood friend, the handsome and outgoing naval officer Ensign Jim Avery. As evidence starts to pile up that someone is sabotaging the ships in the navy yard. Mary starts to see a mystery brewing that she needs to solve just like her childhood heroine Nancy Drew. She goes to Jim and shares her thoughts and he agrees to help her uncover the culprit that is doing the sabotage. As the time passes and the list of suspects grow, it seems that they are not getting any closer to finding out who is trying to push for america to go to war. the challenges grow as Jim and Mary grow closer to finding out that they love each other.
If you love reading a WWII novel this is the one for you. I love that it mentions the Nancy Drew series, which was one of my favorite series to read growing up.
A big Thank you to revell reads for providing this book for free for exchange for a review.
In FireFly Valley by Amanda Cabot
The second Book in Texas Crossroads series brings back Rainbows End Resort and Greg and Kate as a background characters.
Marissa St George is headed back to the one place she has run away from, the town where she grew up at. After losing her job to a downsizing, she has chosen to take a huge pay cut and has accepted a position as the business manager at the struggling Rainbows End Resort. A new guest to the Resort, Blake Kendall has come to his friends resort to find his muse. But unbeknownst to him, he will find more than thoughts for his next book. Meeting the very interesting Marissa leads him down a very different road then he ever expected in his life. For Marissa she never thought she would fall in love at first sight, but after meeting Blake it seems that there is some truth to it. Will they both be able to overcome secrets and the dark past that haunts Marissa?
I received this book for free for a review from Revell Reads.
As Love Blooms by Lorna Seilstad
The third installment to “The Gregory Sisters” series is about the youngest Gregory sister and her search for her place in life. Having studied horticulture at the ladies college she was attending and a love of gardening, Tessa Gregory pursues a job at the Como Park. But in a time period when women are not accepted in certain positions and jobs, she is turned down for the job. Upon meeting Reece King a very handsome gardener that worked in the Como Park things start looking up for her. Donning a masculine costume to hide her feminine looks she is able to assist Reece on the newest garden project in the park. At the same time Tessa uses her talents to drum up financial support for the new world class Conservatory in the park, with the hopes that the park superintendent will change his mind about hiring her. As Reese and Tessa work together to create a new garden, their feelings for each other grow. Will be they be able to set aside their own goals and pursue a life together as a couple?
Received this book for free for blogging by Revell Reads.
“Buried Secrets” by Irene Hannon
Choosing to make some big changes in her life, Lisa Grant took a job as a small town police chief. The discovery of a a human skeleton at a nearby construction site adds more to the police department’s plate then they can handle. Assistance is requested from the county’s police force, they send reinforcements in the form of ex-Navy SEAL Mac McGregor. Working together to solve the mystery behind the unmarked grave will take all of their wits combined. The closer they get to solving the case, the suspects start dropping like flies. It seems that there is someone who does not want the truth to come out and will do anything to keep it buried——Even kill all who interfere.
This was a very exciting and suspenseful read that kept me turning the pages wanting to know if they would catch the killer before they kill again.
You’re Loved No Matter What by Holley Gerth
If you are longing to be the perfect wife, friend, sister, or person this is the book for you. In our search to become the perfect person we seem to forget that we are allowed to make mistakes and that no one is truly perfect in life. Delve deep into life and find out how to truly be the person you want to be. Holley takes each of us down the road to freeing our hearts from that clinging need to be perfect. she shows us thru each chapter that there is hope out there for all women, that hope is thru God who loves us for who we are.
If perfection is what you are seeking or you are feeling the need to break free from the mold that you are in this the book for you.
Where Rivers Part by Kellie Coates Gilbert
As the Quality assurance Director for a big bottling company, Dr Juliet Ryan has devoted her life and career to food safety. Choosing to be on the opposite of what her father believes she should be doing with her career, does not help their strained relationship. Knowing where she want to be in her career , she is not going to let anything or anyone, not even her father bring her down.
But when tragedy strikes close to home, Juliet has to take a step back and rethink everything she has done in her life. Sending her scrambling to find the answers to all the questions going thru her head and the people around her. She must chose to reach out for help to the one person she has held at a arm’s length for many years. By facing the past hurts and deep wounds she choses healing and restoration over a career.
Like a river runs down through a valley, this book will sweep you up and take you along for the ride of healing and restoration of a relationship.
A big Thank you to Revell Reads for supplying this book for a review!!!