Fallen Kings by Sarah Witenhafer — Review by Mary C. Findley

Even though I didn't manage to finish this book in 2013, I have to say it is the best one I have read, and it's going to be hard to find one to top it in 2014 (until the sequel comes out). Sometimes you think you know what you need, and what your people need. …

Review of Lord’s Love by Sophie Dawson

The choice St John Lytton's father gives him seems like a lose-lose situation. Even when he thinks he's found an easy path with old acquaintances, he learns his father's got a deeper plan. Culture shock doesn't stop him from trying to have a little fun. But that's when he begins to understand the seriousness of …

“I’m Going Home.”

A review of Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers Perhaps I was the only remaining Christian female on the planet who had not read this book. The parallels to both the biblical book of Hosea and a human’s relationship to God are beautiful and valuable. It is almost a perfect allegory of the rocky relationship we …

“This Is Not a Small Thing!”

McKenzie Worthington is a desperate woman. She lives in a world of such wealth and privilege she has never even had to spoon food onto her own plate. She is willing to give it all up. Temporarily, at least. Someone must rescue her sister from a truly terrifying marriage in the wilds of frontier Montana, …