Tag Archives: Belonging

Where She Belongs by Johnnie Alexander

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25826024Where She Belong by Johnnie Alexander

Release Date: January 5, 2016

Publisher: Revell

ISBN: 9780800726409

Genre: Fiction / Contemporary Romance

Series: Misty Willow, Book 1

This is a sweet, fun-paced contemporary romance that will have you flipping through the pages as if it were a suspense novel! Where She Belongs is the first book I have read by Johnnie Alexander and it most definitely will not be my last.

Shelby is ready to move on after the death of her husband is determined to purchase and fix up her family’s homestead, Misty Willow. She has plans to raise her kids in the only place that she felt that she truly belonged. She has a major grudge against the Sullivans and even extends it over to AJ. Shown this factor early on in the story, makes the reader pause and wonder why this grudge exists and how the Sullivans owned their farm in the first place. Read the rest of this entry

A Respectable Actress by Dorothy Love

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25384000A Respectable Actress by Dorothy Love

Release Date: October 13, 2015

Publisher:  Thomas Nelson

  • ISBN-10: 1401687598
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401687595

Genre: Historical Fiction

Why have I never heard of Dorothy Love before? Love has a unique sense of storytelling that keeps the pages turning. Normally historical romance is a hit or a miss with me. I loved it! It’s filled with so much mystery, romance, and characters who want more out of their lives. All of the hard work and research that Love put into writing shines through. Highly recommended! Read the rest of this entry

Last Chance Hero by Cathleen Armstrong

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Last Chance Hero by Cathleen Armstrong

Release Date: September 2015

Publisher: Revell

ISBN: 9780800726478

Series: A Place to Call Home

Genre: Fiction, Contemporary Romance

Dr. MacLeod is opening a new office right on Main Street, and Andy Ryan has come home from the NFL to coach the high school football team in Last Chance, New Mexico. Andy Ryan is also the best football player that the small town has ever seen so there’s lots of pressure about him bringing back the glory days. Dr. Jess also gets off on bad foot with the town she admits that she’s never seen a football game and that she isn’t really interested in seeing one. Did I mention that this small town loves football? Read the rest of this entry