I predict this story has a future in the movies! Maybe Pureflix? Maybe even Hallmark! It’s perfect for that venue, offering liberal humor, heart-warming romance, and sweet geriatric dog that stole my heart! Special thanks to Dana Mentink, the author, for offering me a free copy for a honest review.
Here’s the Short Version from Amazon:
Take one abrasive professional athlete, a quirky out-of-work schoolteacher, and an overweight geriatric dog, and you’re ready for a lesson in love…Tippy style.
Pro baseball pitcher Cal Crawford is not a dog guy. When he inherits his deceased mother’s elderly dog, Tippy, he’s quick to call on a pet-sitting service.
I’m so glad I picked up this novella, November Bride, from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. And I can honestly say that I loved this story by Beth K. Vogt.
Erik and Sadie became best friends in middle school under the strangest of situations. For a flirt who can’t date one girl for more than a few months and an obsessive-compulsive whose heart has taken a beating from painful breakup after painful breakup, the friendship they share is the only constant in their lives. And the unlikely Continue reading →
I was so honored to be asked to review Conspiracy by my agency-mate (Burns-sib), Suzanne Hartmann. Being a NASCAR fan, I pounced on the first book of her “Fast Track Thrillers.” And I’ve anticipated her second offering since I read Peril over a year ago.
Conspiracy provides just as much action and intrigue as it’s sister book.
But there are a few important things to note about this book and this series. Oh and there is a special surprise ending that I’m going to reveal! Continue reading →
A Familiar Shore, by Jennifer Fromke isn’t my usual drink of choice – not really a romance, and certainly not a suspense. I think I’d log it as women’s fiction. The plot intrigued me as I figured out what was going on. Immersed into the story, I found one element which surprised me. Continue reading →
A couple of months ago, I announced to y’all the top 10 books that I wanted most to read this year. Almost all of them are romantic suspense or mystery novels with a Christian focus. A few weeks ago, I chose one at random to read, I can now add another check mark to my list. Continue reading →
I have had the pleasure of critiquing with Michelle Stimpson on parts of Mama B. over the course of the last year, so when the grand lady finally hit Amazon, I scooped her up fast.Growing up in the south, regardless of your race, you’re going to have a Mama B. in your life. Mine just happened to also be African American, my babysitter and mother figure for many years, Gladys.
I’m so excited about this debut novel and the three that I hope will follow it! I got to meet with author Sharon Srock at the recent ACFW Conference and besides being delightful, she is a NASCAR fan! Woohoo! Hope you enjoy getting to know her and Callie! Continue reading →