#BookReview: “Caching In” by Tracy Krimmer

Summary: Can a compass lead you to love? Broken-hearted Ally Couper has had enough with her ridiculous life. Her job at the bank is going nowhere, and her love life might as well be non-existent. Determined to try something new, Ally becomes absorbed in the world of geocaching. The high-tech driven scavenger hunt introduces herContinue reading “#BookReview: “Caching In” by Tracy Krimmer”

#BookReview: “Faithfully Yours” by Peggy Frezon

With inspiring stories of devotion, protection, healing, compassion, and faith, Faithfully Yours explores why we love animals so much. You will meet: • A schnauzer that rescued his owner after a devastating lighting strike. • A 40-foot whale that shocked her rescuers when she helped to save a baby whale trapped in a fishing net.Continue reading “#BookReview: “Faithfully Yours” by Peggy Frezon”

#BookReview: “Little Woman in Blue” by Jeannine Atkins

Summary: May Alcott spends her days sewing blue shirts for Union soldiers, but she dreams of painting a masterpiece—which many say is impossible for a woman—and of finding love, too. When she reads her sister’s wildly popular novel, Little Women, she is stung by Louisa’s portrayal of her as “Amy,” the youngest of four sistersContinue reading “#BookReview: “Little Woman in Blue” by Jeannine Atkins”

#BookReview: “Once Lost” by Ber Carroll

I was given a copy of this book from Chick Lit Plus in exchange for an honest review. Summary: Are some things better left unfound? Best friends Louise and Emma grew up next door to each other in a grim inner-city suburb of Dublin. Now Louise, an art conservator, is thousands of miles away inContinue reading “#BookReview: “Once Lost” by Ber Carroll”

#BookReview: “Things Unsaid” by Diane Y. Paul

Summary: Jules, her sister Joanne, and her brother Andrew all grew up in the same household―but their varying views of and reactions to their experiences growing up have made them all very different people. Now, as adults with children of their own, they are all faced with the question of what to do to helpContinue reading “#BookReview: “Things Unsaid” by Diane Y. Paul”