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Tidewater Bride by Laura Frantz

Tidewater Bride by Laura Frantz

In Jamestown, Virginia, in 1634, Selah Hopewell is considered a spinster, but she doesn’t mind. She enjoys her work helping in her father’s store in the growing colony. She’s also responsible for settling a shipload of “tobacco brides,” young ladies sent from England to find husbands among the many bachelors. The most eligible bachelor, Alexander… Read more »

Winter Fiction Giveaway!

Between winter weather and sheltering-in-place, reading is the best activity! So Tara Johnson, Laura Frantz, and I decided to give away books! Here’s what you could win: Tidewater Bride by Laura Frantz Selah Hopewell seems to be the only woman in the Virginia colony who has no wish to marry. True, Jamestown has a shortage… Read more »

My Favorite Books of 2012

Nothing says New Year’s like a list! Here are my favorite fiction reads from 2012 in alphabetical order. It’s hard enough to pick only ten, much less rank them. Sadly, many lovely novels taunt me from my to-be-read pile. Be Still My Soul by Joanne Bischof: A moving debut! More than just a love story,… Read more »

Favorite Books of 2011

Nothing says New Year’s like a list! Here are my favorite fiction reads from 2011 in alphabetical order. It’s hard enough to pick only ten, much less rank them. Sadly, many lovely novels taunt me from my to-be-read pile. Broken Wings by Carla Stewart: Beautifully written with great voice, Broken Wings tells the story of… Read more »

My Favorite Books of 2010

Nothing says New Year’s like a list! Here are my favorite fiction reads from 2010 in alphabetical order. It was hard enough to pick only ten, much less rank them. Sadly, some amazing books are still sitting in my “To-Be-Read” pile. Taunting me. These include Beneath a Southern Sky by Deborah Raney, The Gathering Storm… Read more »

My Favorite Books of 2009

Nothing says New Year’s Eve like a list! Here are my favorite reads from 2009 in alphabetical order. It was hard enough to pick only ten, much less rank them. This is why I don’t do book reviews. 1. Blue Heart Blessed by Susan Meissner A lovely story of a woman jilted at the altar,… Read more »