April In Review

April was over in a flash, but we certainly read a lot of great books before the month completely disappeared.



The King’s Folly by Jill Williamson (Fantasy), reviewed by Melissa

Song of Silence by Cynthia Ruchti (Contemporary), reviewed by Carrie & Melissa

Reading Up a Storm by Eva Gates (Cozy Mystery), reviewed by Heather

The Lost Prophet by James B. McPike (Crime/Suspense), reviewed by Beckie

A Twist of Faith by Pepper Basham (Contemporary Romance), reviewed by Carrie

Wife for the Weekend by Ophelia London (Contemporary Romance), reviewed by Carrie

A Daring Sacrifice by Jody Hedlund (Historical/Young Adult), reviewed by Beth

What We Find by Robyn Carr (Contemporary Romance), reviewed by Rachel & Carrie

The Last Mile by David Baldacci (Crime/Suspense), reviewed by Melissa

Close to You by Kara Isaac (Contemporary Romance), reviewed by Megan & Rachel

A Flight of Arrows by Lori Benton (Historical Romance), reviewed by Carrie & Melissa

A Fool and His Monet by Sandra Orchard (Cozy Mystery), reviewed by Carrie

Silence in the Dark by Patricia Bradley (Romantic Suspense), reviewed by Shondra

The Carpenter’s Daughter by Jennifer Rodewald (Contemporary Romance), reviewed by Carrie



Melissa chatted to Mesu Andrews about what compelled her to write Miriam, the difficulties she faced with historical record-keeping, and how she decompresses after writing particularly emotional scenes.

Melissa interviewed Lori Benton about the spiritual themes in A Flight of Arrows, choosing not to write a totally “happily ever after” ending, and which characters surprised her the most.


Be sure to check back with us during the month of May for more reviews, interviews and a couple of giveaways!

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