Every Other Weekend by Abigail Johnson was a poignant, emotionally gripping read. Here’s a quick blurb about the book: “Can life begin again…every other weekend? Adam Moynihan’s life used to be awesome. Straight As, close friends and a home life so
Some books draw me in slowly, others capture me at the beginning but then disappoint, but with Sisters of Shadow and Light I was utterly enchanted on page one, and as the story continued, the only complaint I had was
I’ve loved every Natalie Lloyd book I’ve read, and this one did not disappoint. In fact, it is probably a tie with my absolute favorite of hers (A Snicker of Magic), which is also my absolute favorite Middle Grade book.
Tweet Cute, by Emma Lord, is an adorably warm and fuzzy book. I read it when I was in the mood for something light and happy and it was perfect. Obviously it’s not a story filled with nothing but comfort
Zonderkidz recently sent me a free copy of Love Is Kind to review. 🙂 This sweet story brings to life 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 with a heartwarming story about a little owl who wants to buy a gift for his grandma