The London House by Katherine Reay – Review

The London House by Katherine Reay – Review

The London House is the perfect blend of then and now. Katherine Reay does an impeccable job of weaving events throughout the lives of every character. This novel is not a simple bit of dueling timelines, but of using one character as a force through generations that have a lasting effect on history and the future.

Barefoot Dreams of Petra Luna by Alda P. Dobbs – Review

Alda Dobbs brings Barefoot Dreams of Petra Luna to life with brilliant imagery and a harrowing tale of love, loss, and immeasurable strength. Based on the true story of Alda’s grandmother and great-grandmother, Barefoot Dreams brings the Mexican Revolution to life in a way that I would never be able to understand. I live a life of privilege by never having had to go through something as horrible as this.

No Child of Mine by Olga Gibbs – Review

No Child of Mine is a thrilling ride through an unimaginable world. This world was so believable that it’s possible to see it in my mind’s eye as a possible future. Olga Gibbs’ writing had me enthralled with each new chapter. The whole story is heartwrenching while still being realistic.

George the Orphan Crow and the Creatures of Blossom Valley by Helen Fox – Review

George the Orphan Crow and the Creatures of Blossom Valley by Helen Fox – Review

Helen Fox gives readers of all ages a delightful tale of cute animals and magic. George the Orphan Crow and the Creatures of Blossom Valley is a bit of a mouthful. But the story is imaginative and entertaining. I loved every character, even the baddies.

The Matchmaker’s Lonely Heart by Nancy Campbell Allen – Review

Nancy Campbell Allen tells a daring story of love, life, and murder in her newest novel. The Matchmaker’s Lonely Heart contains strong female characters that make you fall in love with them. Plus, there is danger and intrigue around every corner. What’s not to love?