Book Review: White Chocolate Moments by Lori Wick

white_chocolate_moments_by_lori_wickSynopsis: Arcie was eleven when her parents died and she went to live with her grandfather, Sam. Though the pair became closer than before, Arcie spent most of her childhood with the housekeeper. When Sam makes an announcement Arcie can’t live with, she leaves her life of luxury to make a living for herself. Years later, a chance encounter causes Arcie and her grandfather to come together and try to start over. Continue reading “Book Review: White Chocolate Moments by Lori Wick”

Teaser Tuesday: White Chocolate Moments by Lori Wick

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White Chocolate Moments by Lori Wick

“Did God make white chocolate?”

“I’m damaged goods –rather broken right now.”
“All of us would have to say that, but I come with extra Band-Aids.”


Book Review: Wings of the Morning by Lori Wick

wings of the morningSynopsis:  Smokey Simmons is the best sea captain around with the fastest ship and the most loyal crew. What most people don’t know is that Smokey is actually a twenty-five-year-old girl named Victoria. Smokey doesn’t intend to sail forever, she just didn’t know what else to do upon the death of her father, but when she meets Captain Dallas Knight she begins to think of home and family… that is, until a treacherous pirate decides he wants Smokey and her ship for himself. Continue reading “Book Review: Wings of the Morning by Lori Wick”

Teaser Tuesday: Every Storm by Lori Wick

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Every Storm by Lori Wick

“I wished I shared your confidence.”
“You don’t have to. Just ask me, and I’ll keep telling you what to do.”

“She’s a bang-up little reporter.”
“I give her cookies.”

Waiting On Wednesday: Mandie by Lois Gladys Leppard

“Waiting on Wednesday” is a weekly event that spotlights upcoming releases that we are eagerly anticipating.

I have been going through a phrase lately of rereading a book series I somewhat liked when I was younger. I had only read two of the stories when they had been given to me as a gift, but thought nothing of reading any of the rest. I happened to come across them again and decided to read the whole series… or at least the ones I could get my hands on. Now I am waiting from them to come in at the library! Continue reading “Waiting On Wednesday: Mandie by Lois Gladys Leppard”

Teaser Tuesday: The Rescue by Lori Wick

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The Rescue by Lori Wick

“We don’t own anything. We have what we have only because God bestows it upon us.”

“I think believers do this. They try to overcome a sin without putting something else in their heart. Don’t let there be an empty space inside of you, and God will see you through every moment of pain.”

Book Review: Hope by Lori Copeland

BridesOfTheWest.LoriCopelandSynopsis: After the death of their father, three sisters decide to become mail-order brides so as not to be a burden to their only relation, an elderly aunt. Hope has accepted the suit of John Jacobs, a mercantile owner in Medford, Kentucky, but her stagecoach is held up by robbers. One of the robbers is a government agent tasked with infiltrating the gang and discovering who is leaking information to the outlaws, but soon finds himself trying to keep Hope out of danger and into the arms of her fiancé. Continue reading “Book Review: Hope by Lori Copeland”

Book Review: Patience by Lori Copeland

Synopsis: A mistaken identity has Patience kidnapped, but she managed to escape only to find herself lost in the Colorado Mountains. Searching for shelter, Patience finds safety in a mining dugout and an orphan boy, Wilson. The boy convinces Patience to claim the mine because it is rumoured to have gold. The only problem is that no one wants to work for a woman or in a “haunted” mine… no one except Jay Longer. Continue reading “Book Review: Patience by Lori Copeland”

Book Review: Bamboo and Lace by Lori Wick

Synopsis: Twenty-four year old Lily Walsh has been raised in a remote Asian village where women are second-class citizens, but goes to visit her brother in Hawaii for three months. Mere days after her arrival, Jeff is called away on business and Lily is to stay with the Kapaia family at their resort until he can return. Lily has a difficult time adjusting to this new culture and also finds herself falling in love with Gabe, Jeff’s best friend. Continue reading “Book Review: Bamboo and Lace by Lori Wick”

Book Review: June by Lori Copeland

Synopsis: After the death of their father, three sisters decide to become mail-order brides so as not to be a burden to their only relation, an elderly aunt. June has accepted the suit of Eli Messenger, a young assistant pastor in Seattle, who feels God has led him to help build an elaborate tabernacle there. June takes up the cause, but soon feels more drawn to the neglected orphans. Torn between the two needs, June soon finds herself fighting with and fighting an attraction for Parker Sentell, Eli’s best friend who opposes the tabernacle in favour of the orphans. Continue reading “Book Review: June by Lori Copeland”