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A Table by the Window - Hillary Manton Lodge

What a great story!

by Faith Farrell
April 5, 2014

I was 3/4 of the way through this book before I realized that it didn't feel like a novel anymore. It felt like I was snooping on someone's real life. That's what makes A Table by the Window such an amazing story. I got to see everything... [Read on]

5 other readers have rated Faith's review.
Faith's overall score for this review: 25
Faith's average score for this review: 5.0

A Table by the Window

by Hillary Manton Lodge

Through the Deep Waters - Kim Vogel Sawyer

Great Story Line

by Michelle Marble
April 5, 2014

I picked this book because I like to read about characters who struggle and find hope because it is reality. Books take me out of my own reality but I do enjoy books that speak truth and this book is set in the truth of prostitution and the hard... [Read on]

2 other readers have rated Michelle's review.
Michelle's overall score for this review: 9
Michelle's average score for this review: 4.5

Through the Deep Waters

by Kim Vogel Sawyer

Miss Brenda and the Loveladies - Brenda Spahn and Irene Zutell

Miss Brenda and the Loveladies by Brenda Spahn and Irene Zutell

by Ashley Osborn
April 4, 2014

After Brenda Spahn nearly went to prison herself, she felt God calling her to prison ministry. After just a few visits to the Tutwiler Women's prison in Alabama, she knew God wanted her to do more...she just didn't know what. She found that many... [Read on]

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Miss Brenda and the Loveladies

by Brenda Spahn and Irene Zutell

The Governess of Highland Hall - Carrie Turansky

The Governess of Highland Hall by Carrie Turansky

by E.A. West
April 4, 2014

Julia Foster has spent the last twelve years in India, working with her missionary parents. Due to her father’s illness, she and her family have returned to England. Now Julia must work to support her parents. She becomes the governess at... [Read on]

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The Governess of Highland Hall

by Carrie Turansky

A Broken Kind of Beautiful - Katie Ganshert

Wow. Just Wow.

by Julia Gibson
April 4, 2014

Kate has done it again. While I was a little skeptical at first because this seemed outside of her normal subject-matter... she steps outside enters the world of high fashion. She knocked this one out of the park... again. I fell in love with... [Read on]

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Julia's average score for this review: 0.0

A Broken Kind of Beautiful

by Katie Ganshert

A Broken Kind of Beautiful - Katie Ganshert

A Broken Kind of Beautiful by Katie Ganshert

by Joanne Doyal
April 4, 2014

I chose this book because I liked the cover of it. But once I started reading it, I couldn't put it down. I was so deeply moved by the brokenness of Ivy that I just wanted to put my arms around her and comfort her. The author, Katie Ganshert,... [Read on]

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A Broken Kind of Beautiful

by Katie Ganshert

Miss Brenda and the Loveladies - Brenda Spahn and Irene Zutell

<u>Miss Brenda and the Loveladies</u> by Brenda Spahn and Irene Zutell

by Jeanie Kenkel
April 4, 2014

"Lovelady" is the author's maiden name, but it's also what she came to dub each woman that she took under her wing in what she calls a "whole-way house" (as opposed to halfway). These are women that are newly released from a hellish-sounding... [Read on]

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Miss Brenda and the Loveladies

by Brenda Spahn and Irene Zutell

Echoes of Mercy - Kim Vogel Sawyer

Book Review: Echoes of Mercy

by Charity Mullins
April 4, 2014

In Echoes of Mercy, Caroline Lang goes working in a candy factory to discover the truth of allegations surrounding child labor. She is also seeking to discover the mystery surrounding the death of the previous undercover worker. What she doesn't... [Read on]

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Charity's average score for this review: 0.0

Echoes of Mercy

by Kim Vogel Sawyer

A Stillness of Chimes - Meg Moseley

Book Review: "A Stillness of Chimes" by Meg Moseley

by Courtney Clark
April 3, 2014

My most recent read was A Stillness of Chimes by Meg Moseley. It’s an alluring contemporary drama with elements of mystery and romance. One my favorite things about it was its subtle “Southern charm”. Growing up in a small Ozarks town myself, I... [Read on]

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A Stillness of Chimes

by Meg Moseley

Heart Wide Open - Shellie Rushing Tomlinson

Seeking God Wholeheartedly and Honestly

by Heather King
April 3, 2014

With a little Southern charm, a little friendly honesty, and a lot of genuine passion for God and His Word, Shellie Rushing Tomlinson’s book, Heart Wide Open, encourages women to trade in formulaic devotions and rigid expectations of ‘quiet time’... [Read on]

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Heather's overall score for this review: 0
Heather's average score for this review: 0.0

Heart Wide Open

by Shellie Rushing Tomlinson

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