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(Book review) Reason to Breathe

In this first book in Raney’s upcoming Chandler Sisters series, we are introduced to Phylicia (Phee), Joanna, and Britt who make their home in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Their mother has just passed away from cancer, their father has disappeared to Florida (with the hospice nurse) with instructions left for his daughters to clean out and sell the family home. The sisters are left to grieve, to wonder, to worry, and to figure out how to move on when both parents are now as good as gone.

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(Book review) Guardian of Ajalon

Time is running out for Shara and her friends. After many travels, she and her friends are close to reaching the kingdom of Ajalon, but the only way is through a dark path in the Rif’twine Forest, a path known only as the poison tree path. Meanwhile, her friends in the Guardian Grotto, the last refuge of those who stand against Lord Lucian and his pawns, are preparing for a moment they never thought would come.

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Midnight Rescue

The book is reminiscent of Little House on the Prairie or When Calls the Heart with lovable characters, down-home lessons, and a touch of faith.

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The Proposal

Based on Catherine Marshall’s bestselling novel Christy, this is the fifth installment in the Christy of Cutter Gap series.

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