Monthly Archives: November 2014

A November Bride by Beth K. Vogt A Year of Weddings Novella Zondervan ISBN 978-0-3103-3918-2

Sadie and Erik have been best friends for years, but somewhere along the line that friendship had grown into something more. Initially, neither of them was willing to admit they had fallen in love. A November Bride, by Beth K. Vogt, is the delightful novella of two people who want to love and deserve to be loved. Both had experienced hurt in the past and as a result they were cautious with their emotions. Erik initiates the dating process and while things don’t always go as he had planned, the relationship continues to move forward. Can they make the transition from friendship to romance? The novella feels like a full book. The plot is well developed and the story is told with wit and a lot of heart. The characters are likeable and it is easy to hope for good things for them. I enjoyed this book and I recommend reading it.

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Playing Saint by Zachary Bartels Thomas Nelson ISBN 978-1-4016-9055-7

Playing Saint, by Zachary Bartels, introduces the reader to Parker Saint who is a pastor on his way up. He has a pending book release and upcoming television career. A brush with the law changes his life forever. Parker’s life begins to spin out of control and he is forced to question what he believes.
This is a fast moving crime story that is filled with surprises, intrigue and a memorable cast of characters. The author skillfully combines suspense and humor. Playing Saint is a thought provoking novel and I found it to be well written.

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