Release Date: April 2016
Genre: Fictional / Historical Romance / Mystery
Series: Waves of Glory, Book 2
Sarah Sundin has done it again! She has crafted a fun, inspiring historical novel.
We pick up where we left off in Through Waters Deep just after Pearl Harbor is attacked. The only difference is that this is Lillian and Arch’s story.
Release Date: March 1, 2016
Publisher: Plough Publishing House
Genre: Faith / Witness /Martyrdom
I’m not even sure how to describe this book, except that I think everyone should read it. It really gives the reader to reexamine their faith.
I mean do we even know what persecution really is?
Here in America, we tend to feel like we’re facing persecution just for being a Christian. While some of it may true, we still have the freedom to follow the Lord. We’re lucky to be able to live in a country that allows us to choose our faith. Many countries outside of North America, especially in Asia and Africa, it’s forbidden to be a Christian. The reality of persecution and suffering is a reality. In fact, we hear about this all of the time!
Hello everyone! Before I begin, I need to mention that this is not a Christian series and are not family friendly.
This series is published through Harlequin Silhouette Intrigue. Each book features a different Cosen brother and some kind of crazy case they need to solve. They’re Apache so these books take place on the Apache Indian Reservation and/or Black Mountain in Arizona.
When I mention it’s not family friendly, I need to make a note that each book contains at least once sexual scene. These are quite short and I easily skipped over them. Also, we deal a lot with drug cartels.
Release Date: May 16, 2016
Publisher: Republic Ink
Genre: Middle School / Fiction / Action Adventure
Series: The League and the Lantern, Book 1
Oh, my! This book is fantastic! Fans of Harry Potter and Percy Jackson are going to love this one! Trust me, this just could be the next big thing. It’s awesome. It’s geared for middle schoolers (ages 9-12) but even adults will love it. Be sure to stay tuned until the very end because I’m giving away a copy!
It begins with a 12-year-old boy named Jake Herndon. He’s the kind of kid who is trying to figure out who he is and where he belongs. He’s a genius when he wants to be. It’s summer and Jake is anxiously awaiting his seventh-grade year at a new school for his new do-over. This all began with his seventh-grade sleepover with the new school at a museum. Except it goes completely wrong. An organization invades and takes the night into a shocking swirl of events.
Release Date: March 7, 2016
Publisher: New Hope Publishers
Genre: Women’s Fiction / Christian / General / Fiction
Breaking Free has become one of my favorite reads in all of Christian Fiction! Before I begin, it is important to mention that this is not a fun or light read. It’s emotionally gripping. If you’ve been or are going through this type of situation, you might have a tougher time reading this because it deals with some really tough issues. Due to this, it’s going to be tough to write this review.