Code of Courage Janice Cantore
Fiction

Code of Courage – Janice Cantore

While I have only read one other Janice Cantore book, I enjoyed it because of its accuracy. Code of Courage is no exception. The novel is complicated without being confusing. It keeps readers connected to its […]

Game Plan for Loss Joe Gibbs
Non-Fiction

Game Plan for Loss – Joe Gibbs

About eleven years ago, Joe Gibbs—former NFL coach and current NASCAR owner—wrote a book called Game Plan for Life. Sports-themed memoir/devotionals are a popular niche in the Christian market and this one proved to be […]

Fiction

Dark Angel – Andrews and Wilson

Jedidiah Johnson is returning to action, training with the elite warriors known as the Shepherds. He thinks he knows what he’s getting himself into, but finds himself placed among the raw recruits. As he struggles […]

Fiction

Shiloh – Lori Benton

This is a tremendous story. It is one of those books that is difficult to know where to start to write an adequate review. I loved Shiloh. It’s a satisfying continuation in this captivating series […]

Fiction

Trace of Doubt – Diann Mills

The mystery in Trace of Doubt is quite an intriguing one. I found it refreshingly different from most romantic suspense novels I’ve read. Shelby Pearce, the heroine, is an ex-con, and has just been released from […]

Non-Fiction

Your Good Body: Embracing a Body-Positive Mindset in a Perfection-Focused World – Jennifer Taylor Wagner

“Body-positive” is one of those buzzwords that people use to mean all kinds of things. Jennifer Taylor Wagner focuses her definition on helping women love themselves, let go of anxiety and harsh self-judgment, and pursue […]