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review 2017-09-10 01:15
Hannah's Hope, Katie Wyatt

I really enjoyed this clean, Inspirational, Historical Western Romance. I voluntarily chose to review it. In this 25th book of this set, I really felt for this heroine and the hero. I've given it a 5* rating. They have a tough road to travel but with faith and what knowledge the heroine had, was able to do a lot. Sometimes knowledge we obtain in our lives, goes a long way in helping us make decisions. On to the next and last book of this set.

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review 2017-09-06 17:51
Diana's Dilemma, Katie Wyatt

I really enjoyed this clean, Inspirational, Historical, Western Romance. I voluntarily chose to review it and I rate it a 5*. I really felt for the heroine, Diana. She went through several terrifying experiences and had a heavy weight of grief too. And I really liked the hero too. It was amazing how they helped each other. All this with a nice ending in a short story. This is book 23 of this set and I'm on to the next.

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review 2017-09-04 20:00
Francine's Faith, Katie Wyatt

I enjoyed this clean, Inspirational, Historical, Western Romance. I've voluntarily chose to review it. I have given it a 4.5* rating. This was a case of friends trying to help a little too much. It made for an interesting situation from the start. This was book 21 of the set, but you can get most of these seperately. On to the next.

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review 2017-09-03 03:02
Bread of Angels by Tessa Afshar

This was my first book by Tessa Afshar, but it definitely won’t be my last. “Bread of Angels” is a stunning work of Christian biblical fiction, providing a rich backstory for Lydia, a seller of purple cloth who is mentioned in Acts 16. She is remarkable not only for her conversion to Christianity and for her hospitality, but also for being an unmarried yet successful businesswoman. At the tale’s opening she is a teenage girl working with her father to create the purple dye that he has perfected, but storm clouds soon appear on the horizon, and Lydia’s life is forever altered.

Although she perseveres, fear continually dogs Lydia throughout her life, along with a sense of guilt and shame at the secrets she keeps. Her story is one of a gentle, industrious life, and yet her heart cannot find true peace. One day, however, she meets some visitors to Philippi, and as her story coalesces with those of the apostles, she realizes—in more ways than one—what she has been missing.

“Bread of Angels” quickly drew me into Lydia’s story, and her sometimes harrowing experiences lent a touch of suspense to the narrative that made this book a difficult one to put down. Each chapter begins with an epigraph, a quotation from Scripture, which serves as a chapter title of sorts and which correlates to the action in the novel while also further grounding the work theologically. I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in women of the Bible and in Christian fiction in general.

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review 2017-09-02 16:50
Tara's Turmoil, Katie Wyatt

I enjoyed this clean, inspirational, Historical, Western romance. I voluntarily chose to review this story. I've given it a 5* rating. This didn't have the normal starting point as a mail-order bride story, but it pulled me in wanting to know why. Then she found the one thing that stirred it all up. I really felt for Tara. This has a little unusual ending also, but not bad. I liked how it finally ended. This was book 19 of the set. As with all of these, you can get most of them each at your book stores. And it's on to the next.

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