Category Archives: Book Reviews

The Paris Dressmaker

Fabulous! The Paris Dressmaker was an elegant and captivating novel about the horrors, risks, and hardships Parisians faced in the City of Love during the Nazi occupation. Taking readers into the worlds of espionage, couture, art, and everyday life, the story takes us on an epic journey, introducing us to courageous people who didn’t allow the threat of the Nazi’s brutality prevent them from doing what was right!

Tree of Life Series

In the small town of Canyon Mines, Colorado, nothing new goes unnoticed. As newcomers enter the town for an escape or searching for their history, it’s up to the father-daughter duo, Nolan and Jillian Duffy, to find the answers. Meanwhile, rewinding in time, a whole new world is introduced as readers get to meet the ancestors who shape the protagonist’s existence. The Tree of Life Series will spark your interest in genealogy and pull on your heartstrings with its narratives.

Like Flames in the Night (Including Q&A with the Author) – Cities of Refuge: Book Four

Finishing a fabulous book series is always bittersweet. For more than three years, Cities of Refuge has taken us on a journey that brought us into Moriyah and Derek’s family, allowing us to get to know each of their children and friends as if they were our own. Usually, I cannot wait to devour a book, but, with Like Flames in the Night, I wanted to savor every minute and prolong the inevitable ending of this incredible series for as long as possible.

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