on love's gentle shore
Book Three of Liz Johnson's Prince Edward Island Dreams is possibly the best in the series.
While we get to revisit the familiar settings of Grady's Diner and the Red Door Inn, along with a deeper glimpse into the past of some of my favorite secondary characters, the hero and heroine are new and refreshing.
Natalie O'Ryan and Justin Kayne have a history running deep into the past experiences of the tight knit community. A painful past which hasn't been forgotten, even if it has yet to be brought to light.
A story of forgiveness and healing, On Love's Gentle Shores, is one of my favorite new releases from this summer.
(This is a stand alone story and can be read apart from the first two books.)
looking glass lies
When Varina Denman tackles a tough subject, she takes it all the way down and leaves the reader flush with the thrill of a hard won victory. This book is for every woman who has ever struggled with self esteem and every man who loves her.
The third book in Suzanne Woods Fisher's Amish Beginnings, this historical contains all the elements I love in a Pre-Revolution Era novel.
The dangers faced by the Amish settlers challenge their pacifist beliefs. The abduction of one of their own by Shawnee warriors engulfs them in the turbulent confusion of hatred and bigotry propelling those around them, even those among them, to violence.
Politics of the day, innovations, and romance fill the pages for the well-rounded enjoyment of a history lover.
Based on historical events, Fisher's tale bears the wisdom of the past and a spark of hope for the future.
(Another third in a series, this book can be read as a stand alone.)