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.
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.
The Woods Edge by Lori Benton
This book takes us back to the time during the French and Indian war in the 1757 New York frontier the home to the Oneida tribe and the British colonists. It opens around the time period when Fort William falls, Major Reginald Aubrey is struggling with the grief of the death of his newborn son. When he comes across a Oneida mother with her newborn twins one white and one brown. Making a choice that is going to haunt him for the rest of his life, he choses to take the white child for his own leaving behind his dead son. His wife and his foundling daughter Anna never suspect the truth behind the boy they call son and brother. Over time Anna crosses paths with her brothers twin Two Hawks not knowing the true reason he has come seeking her family. One father being torn apart by a dark secret and while another father is being tormented by a lust for vengeance. A mother grieving for the lost of a child, while watching her other son grow into manhood. A brother who feels his twin’s abscence and longs to meet his brother, while his brother is very unaware of his existence. Anna, who loves both of the brothers, one like a sister and the other as the one she chooses to marry. Will each of these find the peace they need, while forgiving the other for hiding the truth.
Life Unstuck by Pat Layton
To all who are looking for a way to get out of that rut in your life that you are stuck in. this is the book for you. Pat Layton invites each one of us to take a fresh look at our lives and the dreams we have for ourselves. By taking Psalm 139 and using this very wonderful scripture as a guide to get ourselves unstuck from the place we are stuck in. Pat delves deep into the areas we are sonmetimes afraid to look at and we have just thought we would stay stuck in. She shows us there is a way to be free and to dream big. That there is more to life than “being Fake” holding the mask up to camflouge ourselves from others. We have been given an invite to imagine a life of peace from our past, purpose in the present and to expect the possibilites that are out there for us.
At Home in Last Chance by Cathleen Armstrong
Kaitlyn Reed has came back to Last Chance to start over and show her family that she can be the mother her daughter needs. Working in her brothers resturant provides her with an income, but does not fulfill the deep desire to help others feel better about themselves.
Steven Braden is working on his uncles ranch to bide away the time, till he is to go away to the acadeamy. After meeting Kaitlyn and her daughter, Steven is captivated by Kaitlyn.
As the time passes they find themselves being drawn toward each other, while questions still arise between them.
Will they be able learn to trust each other even if they can’t trust themselves.
A big Thank you to Revel Reads for supplyiing this boook for an honest review.
Greater Devotional by Stephen Furtick
If you are looking for some kind of vision for your life on what God has for you, this is the devotional for you. The Greater Devotional is a 40 day journey to opening our lives up to a greater potential than just a mundane walk thru life. Each daily devotional has scripture readings, a teaching and a prayer focus for that day.
“I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.”
Looking for a fresh look at reading your bible; check out Shellie Rushing Tomlinson’s Heart Wide Open. This is a awesome read to open your eyes and your heart to a deeper longing for the word. Delve into God’s word and experience a deeper relationship with him.
“I received this book for free from Blogging for Books for this review.”