Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Uncommon Ground by Joy Ohagwu

Another great story by Joy Ohagwu! Stella Heart sees firsthand how God can move even when you're going through something and you don't know why or see no way out. God is already there.

Michael Huddleston doesn't understand God's ways, but knows He sees and watches out for us in spite of ourselves.

Putting God first, they see God move in unexpected ways. Uncommon Ground is a suspenseful Christian romance that will keep your finger on the edge of the page, turning to see what happens next.

I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.


Monday, April 11, 2016

The Borrowed Boyfriend by Ginny Baird

The Borrowed Boyfriend is a fun romantic comedy about a woman who needs a boyfriend to keep her friends from setting her up during their one week get-away vacation.

Allison Murphy is spending a week at the beach with her friends, but she needs a boyfriend for the week. She owns her own company -Bella Fortuna Wine Designs- which supplies wine labels of upscale art to wine companies for their bottles. She agrees to her roommate's idea of borrowing her boyfriend to keep her friends from setting up blind dates, even though she doesn't approve of his job.

Grady O'Brien is dating Allison's roommate. He is a wine industry entrepreneur and agrees to pretend to be Allison's boyfriend for the week. His wine company buys out struggling companies and then helps them succeed. He wants Allison's company to help him go global with his wine takeovers, but how can he convince her it's a good thing when her past has proven to her takeovers are not in the best interest of the company?

This sweet romantic comedy is a must read. Allison must guard her heart as she tricks her friends into thinking she and Grady are a couple when they really aren't. When she discovers the real Grady isn't who her roommate portrayed him to be, can she keep her heart intact while playing this charade? The conflict between Grady's company takeovers, Allison's past experiences, and them getting to know each other makes for a great read. Can Grady convince Allison he has her best interest at heart? You'll have to read to find out.

I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.


Want Ad Wedding by Cheryl St. John

Daniel Gardner, Will Canfield, and Noah Burgess built Cowboy Creek. The town needed brides so they placed an ad for brides to come to their town. One of the brides, Mrs. Swann, is known by the three men. They grew up together, only back then, she was more interested in safety and security than love. Has she changed, or does she still want the same things? Why is she here? What happened to her? Why is she on the bride train? They'd lost touch when she'd married the officer she'd chosen and moved on.

Life hadn't turned out as Leah'd planned and now she is living in a small town called Cowboy Creek. It was time to start over, to get a fresh start away from everything and everyone she'd known. Until she ran into the two men she'd grown up with, Will and Daniel. Why were they reconnected now? What were they doing way out here in Cowboy Creek? Did God direct her here to find Daniel? Was he the guy for her and she hadn't known it when they were younger? She was looking for home and security. Could she find that here in Cowboy Creek? She felt she didn't have any other choice than to be a mail-order bride, but maybe God was giving her a second chance. She had no where else to go. Cowboy Creek was her and her baby's new home.

Daniel doesn't want Leah to marry just anyone. He has to watch over her. He decides to ask her to marry him to keep her safe. But will he find all that he's looking for? Or will her history with Will come between them?

Read this great book about God's love, second chances, and finding love even when you think you've run as far away as you can possibly get. God's still there, He still cares for you, and He's watching over you.

I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.