Book Reviews Galore…

I’m terribly behind on my reviews, so several coming your way today. A little something for everyone who likes to read romance.  Enjoy.

The Art of My Life by Ann Lee Miller

This is a sequel to Kicking Eternity, which you will need to read to understand all the backstory/issues.

I enjoyed reading this contemporary romance, but be forewarned tough subjects are covered–seeking sex to compensate for a lack of love, and using drugs to “escape reality”–and a fair amount of foul words. Ann uses the first two effectively to show us the pitfalls of these vices, and how much God loves all of us, despite our sins. As for the foul words, well…I’ve voiced my opinion about those being in Christian fiction before on this blog.

All in all, I thought The Art of My Life was a thought-provoking book that helped me see things from a different perspective.


Cal walked out of jail and into a second chance at winning Aly with his grandma’s beater sailboat and a reclaimed dream of sailing charters. 

Aly has the business smarts, strings to a startup loan, and heart he never should have broken. He’s got squat. Unless you count enough original art to stock a monster rummage sale and an affection for weed.

But he’d only ever loved Aly. That had to count for something. Aly needed a guy who owned yard tools, tires worth rotating, and a voter’s registration card. He’d be that guy or die trying.

For anyone who’s ever struggled to measure up. And failed.

Rating: 3 stars–for language

Freefall by Jodie Bailey

Wow. This book was awesome. Intense. Romantic. Any more words would be too many. Oh, wait…two more… READ IT!

Back cover:

With one accusation, army officer Cassidy Matthews’s name, reputation-and life-are on the line. A Special Forces soldier insists that Cassy’s Fort Bragg-based unit is smuggling drugs. And the accuser? It’s Cassy’s handsome, stubborn ex-husband, Major Shane Logan. Shane knows Cassy is innocent, which is why he’s sure she’s being set up to take the fall. Proving it, though, means working together.and trying to ignore the feelings they still share. The closer they get-to the truth and each other-the more the danger grows from a ruthless criminal who’ll stop at nothing to destroy them both.

Rating: 5 stars

A Flight of Fancy by Laurie Alice Eakes
I found this romance story to be refreshing. It made me think outside the lines of  the ordinary lives of females during the regency period. How did they break out of the expected and be individuals? 
I was rooting for poor Geoffrey the whole time. Going up in a balloon makes me shudder. 🙂
If you are a Regency fan, this story is just for you.  🙂  I enjoyed every moment of my time reading it.

Back cover:

Cassandra Bainbridge has twice set aside her scholarly pursuits–once for the London Season and once for her wedding preparations. Love seems a wonderful alternative to study, until disaster strikes. When an accident brings an end to her betrothal, she heads for the country to recover from both her injuries and her broken heart. There she pursues her love for ballooning and envisions a future for herself as a daring aeronaut. But when her former fiancé slips back into her life, will she have to choose between him and her dream?

Filled with the mystique of London society and the charming beauty of the English countryside, A Flight of Fancy explores what it means to find the true source of happiness and love amid the distractions of life. Readers will love the next installment in this rousing Regency series from accomplished author Laurie Alice Eakes.

Rating: 4 stars

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The Art of My Life


A Flight of Fancy



2 thoughts on “Book Reviews Galore…

  1. I’m with you, Ginger. Not a fan of foul words at all.
    Oh… and I’ve got Flight of Fancy on my bedside table before it hits the church library shelves. So glad you enjoyed it!xx

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