March In Review

Spring is finally sprung! We packed away quite a few good books in those (hopefully) last few weeks of winter:



Undaunted Hope by Jody Hedlund (Historical Romance), reviewed by Rachel

The Methuselah Project by Rick Barry (Contemporary/Historical), reviewed by Stephanie

Far and Near by Amanda Stevens (Dystopian), reviewed by Megan

If I Run by Terri Blackstock (Suspense), reviewed by Megan & Carrie

Far From True by Linwood Barclay (Crime/Mystery), reviewed by Melissa

The Calling by Rachelle Dekker (Dystopian), reviewed by Melissa

Burning Proof by Janice Cantore (Romantic Suspense), reviewed by Holly & Carrie

The Red Door Inn by Liz Johnson (Contemporary Romance), reviewed by Rachel

The Goodbye Bride by Denise Hunter (Contemporary Romance), reviewed by Megan

Only With Blood by Therese Down (Historical), reviewed by Beth

A Cup of Dust by Susie Finkbeiner (Historical), reviewed by Beth

Miriam by Mesu Andrews (Biblical), reviewed by Beth & Melissa

The Steel Kiss by Jeffery Deaver (Crime/Mystery), reviewed by Melissa

The Merchant of Alyss by Thomas Locke (Fantasy), reviewed by Stephanie

The Jazz Files by Fiona Veitch Smith (Historical/Mystery), reviewed by Holly

Unintended Target by D. L. Wood (Suspense), reviewed by Holly



Rachelle Dekker chats to Melissa about her latest book, The Calling, the most enjoyable part of Remko’s story, and the fictional character she became quite attached to.


Stay tuned for more reviews, interviews and giveaways in April!

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *