Tag Archives: historical fiction

Misleading Miss Verity

Where the book really shines is in its message about how we can trust the Lord. Verity excuses many of her behaviors on her hostility toward the gospel, yet we are given the privilege of seeing how immediate a change can be when she places her own faith and trust in God. This book is a real winner for the reader longing to see such a transformation. It gives us hope!

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The Spice King

This novel includes lessons to be cautious when judging others, and to be quick to recognize the true value of relationships. The book is the first in a series that continues the intrigue introduced in this book. It is definitely an engaging read.

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The land beneath us

The story reflects the prodigal son, Clay, as the obedient son, and Leah mirrors the story of Leah, Jacob’s rejected wife in Scripture.

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A Pursuit of Home

I enjoyed the lessons from this book that related to the themes. We often struggle with opposing factions in our lives and must decide where we take a stand. Jess showed much courage to stand unflinching in the face of heat, even with the prospect of her death. That kind of boldness is a rare quality today. Thanks to the author for showing that and making this a difficult book to set down.

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