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What Would the Founding Fathers Think: A Young American's guide to understanding the mess our country is in and how we get out
Isabelle Webb: Legend of the Jewel
Captive Heart
Cobble Cavern
Caller ID
Summer of Secrets
On Little Wings
We Lived in Heaven: Spiritual Accounts of Souls Coming to Earth
Christ's gifts to women
A Woman's power: threads that bind us to god
Scary School
Hope's journey
Targets in Ties
Crater Lake: Battle for Wizard Island
With a Name like Love
Sean Griswold's head

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Sheila has read 6 books toward her goal of 90 books.

Friday, June 24, 2022

Edward and Amelia: A Regency Romance By Karen Thornell-Blog Tour Review and Giveaway


Product Details

    Title: Edward and Amelia
    Author: Karen Thornell
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Covenant Communications (June 5, 2022)
  • Genre: Regency Romance
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 320 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1524421057
  • ***I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy from the publisher. All opinions are my own***

Book Summary
The last thing Amelia Kennington wants is to participate in the London Season. But the daughter of a duke is not afforded such opinions. She must put forth a subdued facade, but beneath it is a well-hidden fire that surfaces only when provoked—such as when an overly familiar gentleman startles her and she falls into the Serpentine.

Edward Drayton, the Earl of Norwich, has gained a reputation as Society’s most decorated rake. And while there are benefits to such a reputation, it no longer gives him the satisfaction it once did. This Season, he plans to find a wife—except she seems to find him instead. And she is nothing like he expected.

Scandal is inevitable following Edward and Amelia’s ill-conceived meeting, forcing them to marry. Amelia’s disdain for this man she hardly knows is more than clear, and Edward’s pride is wounded before their marriage has even truly begun. Yet, against all odds, the two slowly let their guard down, discovering the truth of who they married. But when Society gossip, a sister’s jealousy, and long-held secrets threaten their budding relationship, the unlikely couple must determine if their unconventional love is strong enough to withstand the opposition they face.

My Review
Edward and Amelia is the newest book by author Karen Thornell. This Regency romance is one I liked a lot. The main characters are ones that I became attached to right from the start. They become a victim of unfortunate events leading to scandal and they soon find themselves engaged. 

Amelia is such a sympathetic character. She has sisters, especially one named Edith, that treat her horribly, and a father that basically ignores her. She bears terrible scars from an accident that happened when she was 12 years old. Amelia's self-confidence has been shattered and this forced marriage doesn't help with that at all. Edward is a so-called "rake" that has a bad reputation in society and bringing these two together would seem to be a recipe for disaster. 

One thing I liked in this novel is how well readers get to know the main characters. Thornell always does a fantastic job of creating characters that bring out a lot of emotions in readers. Believe me when I say that you greatly dislike the nasty sister Edith and her friend, Miss Brooks, that persecute poor Amelia. You also want to reach out and hug both Edward and Amelia as they go through the somewhat painful and awkward process of getting to know one another that eventually could lead to love. 

This love story of forced marriage leading to love is well-written, full of emotion, and is a clean romance. Edward and Amelia is the perfect summer read for readers looking for a romance with characters to cheer for and villains to hate. This novel is a great read that I recommend for older teens and adults. 

****Meet Author Karen Thornell****
Karen Thornell grew up reading when she should have been sleeping, but it wasn't until 2019 that she started writing. Tired of ending books and saying 'goodbye' to beloved characters, she wondered what it would be like to have her own characters that lived in her head always. It was probably a mark of sleep deprivation that she wanted people living in her head, but the idea was planted regardless.

Karen lives in Utah with her husband and kids. When not writing contemporary or regency romance, she spends her free time doing endless loads of laundry, playing board games, and, yes, talking to those characters in her head.

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Tuesday, June 21, 2022

To Kiss a Wallflower-Timeless Regency Collection By Jen Geigle Johnson, Heather B. Moore, and Anneka R. Walker-Book Review


Product Details

  • Title: To Kiss a Wallflower-Timeless Regency Collection
  • Authors: Jen Geigle Johnson, Heather B. Moore, and Anneka R. Walker-
  • Genre: Regency Romance
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Mirror Press (June 21, 2022)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1952611261
  • ***I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy from the publisher. All opinions are my own***

Book Summary
Eventually, all wallflowers will have their chance at love . . . This is where it begins.

The Wallflower’s Dance 
by Jen Geigle Johnson
Lottie Hughes likes people, as long as they aren't too close. Does it bother her that no one asks her to dance? Yes, but she's not sure how to drum up dance partners when she has almost no dowry, no title, and freezes up when anyone tries to talk to her. When she suddenly inherits a huge amount and is the new center of attention all over London, her secret dreams might come true but also her worst nightmares. Suddenly everyone wants to talk to her. Men ask her to dance. And she is inundated with interested suitors. She fights to stay close to the few friends she knows are true. One man saw her before her life changed forever. But does she want to accept his help when he, too, might be insincere?

Letters to a Wallflower by Heather B. Moore
Ellen might be beautiful and considered a diamond of the first water by Society, but she is so very tired of the pressure to marry a titled gentleman so that her beauty won’t go to waste. When her cousin Dinah dares Ellen to attend a ball with no frills and to stand with the wallflowers, Ellen takes on the dare. What’s in the wager for her? The prize cuttings of her aunt’s extraordinary roses. But what Ellen isn’t expecting is Lord Ravenshire to engage her in the most interesting conversation. When she confesses to him of her opposition in marrying for a title, he confesses his distaste of the London scene. They strike a bargain together, one which will either push them apart or lead to a future sweeter than either of them could have imagined.

To Marry a Wallflower by Anneka R. Walker
Charlotte Winters is destined to spinsterhood until she turns down an unwanted proposal and everything changes. With gossip rampant, her father attempts to salvage her reputation by betrothing her to another. Soon she is sent off to her aunt’s to meet Lord Templeton, her intended. Anxiety-ridden, Charlotte begs her aunt to let her observe Lord Templeton from afar before their introduction. She never planned to pretend to be her fictional cousin to learn more about him, or to fall in love with Lord Templeton’s friend in the process. Lord Templeton dreads returning to the empty halls of Newcliff Manor. When his father’s old friend, Mr. Winters reaches out for assistance, Lord Templeton finds himself returning home engaged to a woman he has never met. Desperate to learn more about Miss Winters, he befriends her cousin. He wouldn’t have spoken to her, or lied about his identity if he’d known the quiet woman would sneak into his heart.

My Review
What a refreshing change in this new Timeless Regency Collection. The "stars" of each story are a female that would be considered a "Wallflower" and a bit more shy and reserved. I loved how each story was written so cute and each so different from the other.

The Wallflower's Dance by Jen Geigle Johnson was a friends-to-lovers trope. Lottie and Denny have a sweet relationship that they both have taken advantage of through the years & not realizing what they truly had. Once Lottie comes into an inheritance this wallflower becomes instantly popular. I loved how Lottie and Denny dance a new dance around each other when they both realize what is at stake.

Letters to a Wallflower by Heather B. Moore was a fun story. Ellen is not truly a wallflower but a diamond of the first water in society. In other words, she's the one most men want. Poor Ellen is so tired of the whole game and just wants to stay home and work in her rose garden. Her mother though is putting pressure on her to marry. For one night and with a wager with her cousin, Ellen becomes a wallflower to get away from the inner circle of society and the presses of men.

Lord Ravenshire has the same problem with a mother who wants him married sooner rather than later. He knows he needs to be there for the Season trying to find a wife but his concerns lie back home with the Merino Sheep the Prince Regent has left in his care. One night he decides to dance with the women at the back of the room; the wallflowers. This story felt like a long novel and I wish it had been. Ellen and Aaron strike a bargain to get away from societal demands by helping each other but they chewed off more than they bargained for. 

To Marry a Wallflower by Anneka R. Walker was such a darling premise of two people having to marry without knowing each other. They both decide to find out about the other by undergoing small deceptions. In the long run, the joke is going to be on both of them when they find out something very surprising.  I really liked the characters of Charlotte and Lord Templeton and the letters written to introduce themselves. This was a very clever idea.

All three of these novellas are great and fun to read. This change of pace of women who would prefer to stay out of the spotlight makes for some interesting and delightfully told stories.

***Meet the Authors***

Jen Geigle Johnson

An award-winning author, including the GOLD in Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards and LDSPMA Praiseworthy's top award for Romance, Jen Geigle Johnson has more stories circulating in her brain than can possibly be told. She discovered her passion for England while kayaking on the Thames near London as a young teenager. History is her main jam. Her literary heroes include the greats: Jane Austen and Charles Dickens. But she has modern sensibilities as well. Six children and an inspiring husband keep her going and make certain she doesn't stay glued to a keyboard or lost in obscure fascinating details of old castles. She once greeted an ancient turtle under the water by grabbing her fin. She waterskis like a boss and hits the powder, falling down steep moguls with grace. During a study break date in college, she sat on top of a jeep's roll bars up in the mountains and fell in love with the man who would become her everything.

Now, she loves to share bits of history that might otherwise be forgotten. Whether in Regency England, the French Revolution, or Colonial America, her romance novels are much like life is supposed to be: full of adventure.



Heather B. Moore

Heather B. Moore is a USA Today bestselling author of more than seventy publications. Her historical novels and thrillers are written under the pen name H.B. Moore. She writes women's fiction, romance, and inspirational non-fiction under Heather B. Moore. This can all be confusing, so her kids just call her Mom. Heather attended Cairo American College in Egypt, the Anglican School of Jerusalem in Israel, and earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University in Utah. Heather is represented by Dystel, Goderich, and Bourret.

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Literary awards: 2019 Maggie Award Winner, ALA Best New Books - September 2020, 6-time Best of State Recipient for Best in Literary Arts, 4-time Whitney Award Winner, and 2-time Golden Quill Award Winner

Anneka R. Walker

Anneka Walker was raised by a librarian and an English teacher turned judge. After being fed a steady diet of books, she decided to learn about writing. The result was a bachelor's degree in English and History. When she isn't dreaming up a happy ending for a story, she's busy living her own together with her husband and adorable children.
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Monday, June 20, 2022

Games In A Ballroom (A Proper Romance)by Jentry Flint-Regency Romance Book Review

 Book Details

Games in a Ballroom (A Proper Romance) by Jentry Flint 

Publication Date: 5/3/22 Trade Paperback 

ISBN: 9781629729930 

Retail Price: $15.99 

Page Count: 272 

Regency Proper Romance Cover illustration: Kevin Keele Book design: © Shadow Mountain 

Art Direction: Richard Erickson Design: Sheryl Dickert Smith

***I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy from the publisher. All opinions are my own***

Book Summary

She was forbidden to love him. He only wanted her heart. Can a childhood game bring them together?

London, 1815

Olivia Wilde has resigned herself to never finding a love match. Her father has insisted she marry a man with a title, but the men her father deems acceptable are either boring or are only interested in increasing their own diminishing coffers. With her future looking dismal, Olivia vows to enjoy the last few months of freedom with her childhood friends, including Emerson Latham. His devilish smile and flirtatious teasing stirs up feelings she knows she cannot entertain.

Emerson is struggling to rise to his responsibilities after his father's death. Though he is still learning his place, one thing he knows for certain is that he wants Olivia Wilde to be his wife. Emerson had long ago fallen in love with her quick wit, beauty, and passionate heart. Yet, without a title, he will never be permitted to court Olivia openly. But he has a plan that may give him a chance to court her in secret.

As the Season kicks off, Emerson proposes a playful game of tag. Olivia's friends are delighted by the idea, though Olivia is wary. After all, the game must be played in secret as they tag each other at dinners and balls. As the romance builds between Olivia and Emerson, so does the risk of being discovered. Not only are their reputations at stake, so is their safety if they are caught by Olivia's strict father.

Can their love find a happily ever after before the game ends?

My Review

I wonder if going to balls several nights a week in 1815 London was grand or at times tedious? Were you meant to find a mate or were you supposed to have fun? All of these questions are a large part of the plot in this Proper Romance by new author Jentry Flint. A group of friends finds a way to make a formal ball a lot more fun by starting a game of "Tag Your It"! This novel has many funny moments as the friends try to outwit one another. 

In Games in a Ballroom, the romance between Emerson and Olivia is cute as they have been friends since childhood. Emerson wants Olivia, but Olivia's father wants a man with a title for his daughter. The "games" that Emerson proposes are for one purpose only, to spend more time with Olivia. This is a slow-burn romance, as it takes many divergent pathways to get the two of them together. The characters are all very likable in this book. I hope that more books will be written with the side characters in the spotlight. 

I was impressed with this fun Regency Romance as it's the author's first published novel. I will definitely want to read more books from Jentry Flint.

***Meet Author Jentry Flint***

JENTRY FLINT is a bookworm-turned-writer with the propensity to try just about anything. She has a true love of history and believes a good quote can fix most things. She lives in southern Utah with her husband and two daughters—who, naturally, are named after characters from books.

Her favorite things in life are flavored popcorn, her grandmother’s purple blanket, and curling up on the couch to watch a movie with her husband. Games in a Ballroom is her debut novel.

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Praise for Games In A Ballroom

“Debut novelist Flint puts her own clever spin on the classic Regency romance-think Jane Austen meets the movie Tag-in this delightfully fun read that not only delivers a sweetly satisfying love story but also illuminates the important role friends play in life. Teen fans of Austen-era romances will be all-in for Flint's playful debut.” —Booklist

Wednesday, June 15, 2022

The Gathering by Carolyn Twede Frank-YA Dystopian/Apocalyptic Christian Book Review and Enter Book Giveaway to Win a Copy of The Gathering!


Product Details

    Title: The Gathering
    Author: Carolyn Twede Frank
    Genre: YA Dystopic/Apocalyptic 
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B0B2PWXN5B
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Independently published (May 29, 2022)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 326 pages
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 979-8810846529
  • ***I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy from the publisher. All opinions are my own***

Book Summary
You'll  Know When It's Time To Leave...

Sam never asked for his freaky dreams—he wants to be a normal kid. So he ignores them. But when he dreams about an earthquake before a cataclysmic quake turns his life upside down, he fears there is more to his dreams than restless sleep. Homeless and orphaned now, his “crazy” grandmother finds him at his friend, Gabe’s house. She whisks him away to her place tucked in a mountain valley in the middle of nowhere, and tells Sam he has special gifts that their dystopic world needs.

Living alone with Grams in a huge house, helping her grow and preserve more food than they need, and having her talk about his gifts and the gathering that is soon to take place, he quickly has enough and wants to leave—even though he meets Leah, a girl who has dreams like his.

Phone coverage is restored and Sam reconnects with Gabe, who helps sneak Sam down to Salt Lake City so they can start high school together. Devastation scars the city and the government has grown even more tyrannical. When Gabe’s cousin is scheduled to die for nonconformity, Sam makes a plan using his gifts to break the cousin out of a Nazi-style prison. But where will they run?

Sam knows—to the mountains, to gather in places of safety prepared by God—through people like Grams and Leah. But will they be able to escape in time, before the government gains complete control over everything?

My Review
The Gathering starts with a normal boy, Sam, living a normal life in Utah. The only thing not normal about Sam is that he has very freaky dreams. He has lived by just ignoring those dreams. One day his dream about a terrible earthquake comes true and his life changes. This was really weird to read this as I live in the same area where this book takes place. We had an earthquake here in 2020. We know that someday a huge earthquake will happen like the one that takes place in the novel.

Sam's life changes in ways I didn't anticipate. He learns about his "special gift/s" from his grandmother. There are a lot of religious references in the book. Some of the things are the gift of healing, speaking to God, praying, and different churches. This book is about "The End of Times" and the things that have been prophesied in The Holy Bible. It also truly shows how with teens and adults we'll need to choose which side we want to be on, good or evil. There is a lot of angst where you do sit on pins and needles wondering what will happen to Sam and his friends and Grandma. This book would be a great book to read together as a family. I'm sure that you'd have some great discussions with your teens.

If you're looking for a great book for your teens to read or read together as a family, then The Gathering is a wonderful choice. The end will come someday and this novel gives us one look at what may come. 

Warning: There are some parts that show the earthquake happening & the aftermath but nothing graphic. It could be unsettling to younger children.

**** Meet Author Carolyn Twede Frank****
Carolyn Twede Frank's love of reading took her down the path of becoming an author, developing a soft spot in her heart for children’s fiction. Her early works were all written for young audiences. She has returned to children’s fiction with her previous series, Sprout, and now with The Gathering
When she is not writing, Carolyn loves to garden, remodel houses, and spend time with her grandchildren, and she is becoming somewhat of a prepper herself. She loves the color yellow, the smells of Mother Nature, and the sound of thunder. She dislikes shopping, social events, and milk chocolate. Yes, she realizes she’s unique.
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Monday, June 13, 2022

Pumpkin's Story: The True Story of How One Little Horse Learned to Run By Aubre Andrus-Non-Fiction Children's Book Review

 Product Details

Title: Pumpkin's Story: The True Story of How One Little Horse Learned to Run

Author: Aubre Andrus

Publisher: Scholastic

Format: Paperback Book

Pages: 224

Ages: 4-9

Grades: 2nd-7th

ISBN# 9781338575651

This book was purchased at the Scholastic Book Fair at my school.

Book Summary
When Pumpkin the miniature horse was born, there was something wrong with her legs. It hurt the little horse to walk or even stand. She needed help--and fast.

Luckily, Pumpkin and her mom were rescued by Twist of Fate Farm and Sanctuary. The sanctuary's founder knew that Pumpkin was special. She would do whatever it took to help her.

Pumpkin got lots of love from her animal and human families--plus the support of thousands of online fans from across the globe. Together they helped Pumpkin beat the odds and learn to run!

This true story told in novel form was in partnership with The Dodo, maker of lovable animal videos, and Scholastic.

My Review
I read this book to my second-grade class. I'm reviewing this book from the perspective of my students and how they liked the book. This book was written for children, so if you don't want to read a book for kids, then pass this one by. Or better yet, read it to your kids at home or students at school.

I've found that children love to learn about animals. They have big hearts too. So, they instantly loved this sweet little miniature dwarf pony that was born with defects in her legs. Every day they were so excited to learn more about Pumpkin and whether or not she'd be able to run someday. They also fell in love with Ashley's son, Duncan. Ashley is the owner of Twist of Fate Farm and Sanctuary. It was so inspiring to see the love and hard work that Ashley gives to the animals that come in her care. By the end of this book, there were so many kids that wanted to know how they could help animals. This led to many wonderful discussions about animals that need our help in sanctuaries, Humane Societies, Rehabs like Idaho Black Bear Rehab that I support (, and animals out in the wild. 

Pumpkin's Story makes a great class Read-Aloud, a book for individual reading, and for parents and kids to read together. Make sure to watch the DoDo Video about Pumpkin's Story with your own kids or class. This heart-warming story is one that creates empathy and also is very inspiring. 

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Meet Author Aubre Andrus
Aubre Andrus is the award-winning children's book author of The Look Up Series, a nonfiction biography series featuring real women in S.T.E.A.M. careers. She also has written dozens of books for National Geographic Kids, Lonely Planet Kids, American Girl, Disney, Scholastic, and young YouTube stars. She currently lives in Los Angeles with her family where she's the founder and CEO of Adjective Animal Publishing, an indie kids press. 

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Saturday, June 11, 2022

Women Who Believe: Messages of Joy from the Sermon on the Mount By Heather B. Moore & Angela Eschler-Christian non-Fiction Book Review


Book Details

  • Title: Women Who Believe: Messages of Joy from the Sermon on the Mount 
  • Authors: Heather B. Moore & Angela Eschler
  • Genre: Non-Fiction Christian
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Covenant Communications (April 25, 2022)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 80 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 152442174X
  • ***I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy from the publisher. All opinions are my own***

Book Summary

High in the hills overlooking Galilee, Jesus Christ provided a multitude of listeners with a roadmap to holiness in His Sermon on the Mount. At the heart of this message were the Beatitudes, lessons designed to guide His followers through the highs and lows of this mortal life. But when the path feels too long and the journey too treacherous, how can we truly apply the words of the Savior and rely on His strength to carry us? 

Readers need look no further than to the women of the scriptures for the answer. In Women Who Believe, follow the experiences of eight scriptural women who faced shattering trials of faith and endurance. Witness the ways in which they found strength amid suffering and discover how the experiences of these sisters from long ago are applicable to those we face today. By witnessing the trials and triumphs of these strong women, we can likewise discover a wellspring of courage as we press forward on our own journeys of spiritual refinement.

My Review
I absolutely loved this beautiful book, Women Who Believe: Messages of Joy from the Sermon on the Mount by Heather B. Moore & Angela Eschler. I have always loved to read about Jesus Christ and his teachings in The Sermon on the Mount. The authors have done a fabulous job of sharing these teachings by highlighting eight different women from the scriptures. Each chapter focuses on a woman and one of the Beatitudes and how it was reflected in their lives. The gorgeous artwork that accompanies each chapter makes this book so complete.

This wonderful book was written for those who want to study more about the Savior and The Beatitudes and women from the scriptures. This inspirational non-fiction book will motivate and influence anyone who is looking for guidance and peace in their lives.

***Meet the Authors of Women Who Believe***

Heather B. Moore

Heather B. Moore is a USA Today bestselling author of more than seventy publications. Her historical novels and thrillers are written under pen name H.B. Moore. She writes women's fiction, romance and inspirational non-fiction under Heather B. Moore. This can all be confusing, so her kids just call her Mom. Heather attended Cairo American College in Egypt, the Anglican School of Jerusalem in Israel, and earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University in Utah. Heather is represented by Dystel, Goderich, and Bourret.

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Literary awards: 2019 Maggie Award Winner, ALA Best New Books - September 2020, 6-time Best of State Recipient for Best in Literary Arts, 4-time Whitney Award Winner, and 2-time Golden Quill Award Winner

Angela Eschler

Angela Eschler is a freelance editor and writer with ten years of experience in the field. Most recently retired as senior in-house editor with book publisher Covenant Communications, she has also worked for many other publishers, businesses, individuals, and universities in a freelance capacity. Her greatest expertise lies in editing fiction and nonfiction of various genres. She especially enjoys speculative fiction, women’s fiction, and informational and inspirational nonfiction. Angela is the founder and projects manager of Eschler Editing, a large team of skilled freelance writers and editors specializing in diverse fields.

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