I know summer ain't over but with COVID still keeping us at arms length from everyone, not much will change in my life until school starts for my kiddos. How is everyone doing? Me? Well I had myself a 7.01 lbs of a baby on May 29th ❤️ 👶. Only my husband was allowed to … Continue reading Summer Summary
Full of adventure, romance, humor, nature, Indian culture, and twists, Author, Kimberly Duffy made this novel impossible to put down! I love the fiery spunk in Nora and the courage she had in helping a girl promised to temple prostitution. A moving story all the way around that made me cry several times. Although this … Continue reading Delicious!!
I was going through my Netgalley and was shocked to find I hadn’t done reviews on books I read since December! What?! Here they are in the order I believe I read them. Strands of Truth A great suspense, although at times I wonder if some of the elements were possible. Can this really happen? … Continue reading NetGalley Haul
Ending every chapter with a cliff hanger making it impossible to put this fast pace novel down. She keeps you guessing to the end who the bad guy is and what the motive is. She cleverly ties the ends tighter than a Christmas package leaving you satisfied. I give the suspense part a 5 star … Continue reading Lisa Harris does it again!
I hope everyone is doing well with during this pandemic! As for me I don’t know where all my time is going if I’m at home all day! Well, some of it has gone into reading. I was excited when author Olivia Rae allowed me to review her latest release. I love historical fiction and … Continue reading She Deserved a Better Ending
I made a book cozy/sleeve for my daughter! I've made them in the past for gifts, but now I'm thinking of selling them. 🤔If anyone is interested, I'll custom make it for you! You may have to wait until the quarantine is lifted if I can't find the material needed online though! 😆 Let me … Continue reading Getting Crafty
Two things I said I'd never do and did last week. Hamburger helper for a family meal. (When Robert couldn't find fideo he grabbed what he thought was close enough.)Home school my kids.🤦♀️Anyone else doing stuff they said they'd never do?
Omg, this novel captured me from page one! Biblical fiction is not a genre I tend to read and this is the first book I've read by Jill Eileen Smith. But it definitely won't be last! Esther is one of my favorite stories of the Bible, so that's why it caught my eye. But I … Continue reading Star of Persia: Book Review
This was the perfect book to read during my bedrest/quarantine 😉. I love historical romance, but add a little mystery to it and it hits the spot! It's hard not to fall in love with the town Mesquite Springs and it's people, but maybe I'm just bias being from Texas. 😉 I love the different … Continue reading Out of th Embers: Book Review
On Wednesday, I was admitted to the hospital because I started bleeding. I can't describe how scared we were when I lost the biggest blood clot of my life. Robert and I clungged to each and sobbed as we feared the worst.We were relieved when we saw baby Veronica still kicking with a strong heartbeat … Continue reading Checking In ❤️