Sunday, August 16, 2009

Review of Maggie Rose

When Maggie Rose Kane leaves her home in Michigan to work in an orphanage in New York, she embarks on an adventure that will show her love, courage, and perseverance. Luke Madison is a reporter who has a tragic loss that consumes his life until his editor assigns him to write a story about the Sheltering Arms Orphanage. His skepticism soon turns to admiration for those involved with the home. Author Sharlene MacLaren has created realistic characters in her loving adults and delightful children who tug at your heart and won’t let go. They pull Luke Madison in and show him what true love and commitment is all about. You won’t regret taking this journey to faith and love as Luke and Maggie Rose learn the power of God’s love no matter what the circumstances of life may be. In addition, Sharlene adds just enough suspense and danger to keep readers turning the pages.

Sunday, August 09, 2009

Love Finds You in Poetry Texas

Love Finds You in Poetry, Texas is another delightful, fun filled story from Janice Hanna (Thompson.) When Belinda Bauer decides to be the matchmaker in Poetry, she chooses the town poet to help woo her prospects to the town, but she sets off a series of events that have all the couples ending up with the wrong partners, that is they were not the partners she chose, but they are all perfect for each other. Her desperate attempts to find a wife for Georg Kaufman end up in situations that keep you chuckling and turning the pages. Janice's characters are a little larger than life, but so delightful that you will fall in love with them yourself. When Belinda finally fulfills her goal to find a wife for Georg, what a surprise she has in store.

Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Here's the cover for my historical romance to be released January of 2010. I'm really pleased with it. Hope you like it too.

Sunday, August 02, 2009

Snow Melts in Spring

Deb Vogts novel, Snow Melts in Spring, will keep you turning pages and guessing until the end when the final decision is made. Gil McCray is haunted by his past and estranged from his father, but he returns to his hometown after retirement from professional football to see about his horse that has been injured in an accident. Mattie Evans is the vet trying to save the horse and in the process heal the break between Gil and his father. True to life characters making decisions that affect more than the person making it give this book a story that will delight, frustrate, and amuse the reader. The descriptions of the settings are such that I want to find this place in Kansas. Don’t miss this fast-paced story that heals hurts and changes lives. Enter a comment for a chce to win a free copy of this wonderful book.