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review 2017-10-28 14:59
Children's Review
Mama, I Want to See God - Vanessa Fortenberry,Leah Jennings

We received this book to give an honest review. 


In this story a child wants to see God and asks a lot of questions about visiting God, talking to him, being his friend and so forth. Questions that kids do ask because they are curious, the mother in this story has very good answers for the questions that are asked such as God is a great listener and and he loves you. God wants us to rejoice and he invites us to His table. Overall a really good book to read to kids who may have questions about God's love and what he would enjoy. I think the answers are very well thought out and honest. 

As far as pictures go they didn't see very well drawn i.m.o. though it does show the love between mother and child. 

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review 2017-10-11 16:02
The Highlander's Princess Bride (The Improper Princesses) by Vanessa Kelly
The Highlander's Princess Bride (The Improper Princesses) - Vanessa Kelly


There's something about a guy with an accent that makes him swoon worthy.  Add in the brooding attitude, scandalous behavior and a wildfire in the making and you get a hotblooded romance that wickedly entertains.  The Highlander's Princess Bride is a journey into the past where titles are key and illegitimacy is a curse.  Victoria is a source of courage to women from any age.  She doesn't let the burden of her birth or the opinions of others take away her strength of character.  She always stays true to herself, even in the worst of times.  Vanessa Kelly continues to create courageous characters that tempt the imagination as they claw their way into the soul.

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review 2017-10-09 15:31
Spirits of the Cage: True Accounts of Living in a Haunted Medieval Prison by Richard Estep & Vanessa Mitchell
Spirits of the Cage: True Accounts of Living in a Haunted Medieval Prison - Richard Estep,Vanessa Mitchell

Wow what a book. This is a true account of one of England's most haunted homes. In the 16th century it was used as a prison for people accused of witchcraft. Some of the people have never left. Among some of the spirits there is the Jailer, at least one woman accused of witchcraft, a child, a previous owner who committed suicide in the house and more. 


Vanessa Mitchell is the owner. After 3 years of living in terror in the house finally had to move out. She tried renting the place out but her tenets never lasted long. Now she allows the curious to tour the home and allows Paranormal Investigators in to do investigations. Paranormal Researcher and author of this book Richard Estep was one of those who investigated int he house. The book is about his week there and also he tells Vanessa's story as well as a few others eyewitness accounts. 


The book is awesome. It has those terrifying moments that make you turn another light on while reading. He lays out how their investigation goes from day one. I would personally love to go to England and visit this house. I wouldn't want to be on a lock down there but a visit would be amazing. 


I received this book from the Author or Publisher via Netgalley.com to read and review.

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text 2017-08-20 03:25
Reading Update: 20%
My Fair Princess - Vanessa Kelly

“I’m not a half-wit, nor am I naïve. I know exactly what men like Stratton are after. I’m quite familiar with the type.”

That silenced him for half a block. “I’m sorry you even have to worry about that,” he finally said.


Great, great thought and line from hero. 

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review 2017-08-10 08:08
Fun story if a bit far-fetched
Hold Me Close (Bridgewater County) (Volume 4) - Vanessa Vale

Hold Me Close is a quick read, easily finished in a couple of hours. It's fast-paced and overall, a fun story, but it does require quite the suspension of belief. I'm not talking about the menage part of this story - I knew that going in and while I'm pretty sure it doesn't happen quite so often, I can enjoy the story. My problem was with how fast this romance took off. I'm not a huge fan of instalove, but usually expect it in a book of this length. This one, however, was even faster than the norm for our cowboys, Matt and Ethan. Instant attraction, I could've been fine with, but one look and knowing she's the one is a bit much. Rachel's complete acceptance of this once it's revealed to her was another irksome detail for me. She did at least know a little something about them at that point, more than I can say for the heroes of this tale. It is a fun story and light on the drama, the characters are likable, the story flow is good, and the sex is over-the-top hot. Oh, and two sexy cowboys! If instant, and I do mean instant, love with lots of steamy goodness is something you enjoy, then this one is for you.

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