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Since : 13/09/2011

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Love, Lexi

Love, Lexi

Love, Lexi By Sherry Kyle Published by Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. The book Love, Lexi by Sherry Kyle is a stand-alone devotional directed towards pre-teens and tweens. The book is written stylistically as the personal journal of Alexis (Lexi) Dawn Cooper during her seventh grade year. It shows her ups and downs, her awkward moments, her attempt
Uninvited

Uninvited

Uninvited is the latest release by Lysa Terkeurst. I've really enjoyed her past releases and have found them to be very relatable. This was no different. Uninvited discusses the power of rejection. With real-life anecdotes from the author and applicable Scripture verses, this book really touched me. I think everyone has dealt with rejection in one
A Heart Most Certain

A Heart Most Certain

A Heart Most Certain by Melissa Jagears is in the Teaville Moral Society series and is published by Bethany House. I've enjoyed previous books by this author because of her sense of humor, so I was looking forward to this book. I have mixed reactions to this book. For one, the hero greatly challenged and encouraged the heroine in her faith and acts
She Walks in Power

She Walks in Power

She Walks in Power is the first book in a new medieval romance series called "Protectors of the Spear" by MaryLu Tyndall. I have been eagerly awaiting this new release and I am so pleased that it is finally here! Fans of Tyndall may worry that this isn't a pirate book like most of her others, but I can assure you that it is still phenomenal. Also,

I moved...and forgot to mention it!

Hey everyone, long time no see! I just realized that I never mentioned to you all that I moved my blog from this website to here. Please forgive my lack of updates and do go check out the new blog site! Much love, A Book Lovers Thoughts abookloversthoughts.wordpress.com
One Paris Summer

One Paris Summer

One Paris Summer by Denise Grover Swank is a stand alone book published by Blink, a division of Harper Collins publishers. It is the first book that I've read by this author, and I thought it was a decent way to pass the time. Blink publishing is not specifically Christian, so read with caution with books published by this publisher if you are expe
To Have and To Hold

To Have and To Hold

To Have and to Hold is a collection of three novellas in the "Year of Weddings" series, this being the autumn addition. The first, "Love Takes the Cake: A September Wedding Story", is by Betsy St. Amant, the second, "The Perfect Arrangement: An October Wedding Story", is by Katie Ganshert, and the third, "Love in the Details: A November Wedding Sto
Just an Kiss

Just an Kiss

Just a Kiss is the third book in the Summer Harbor series, written by Denise Hunter and published by Thomas Nelson. I have really enjoyed this series, and am sad to see it end. I was hoping that this would be the best book of the series, but for some reason, something felt off about it to me. The story seemed to be researched with regard to Riley's
Becoming a Woman of Excellence

Becoming a Woman of Excellence

Becoming a Woman of Excellence by Cynthia Heald was published 30 years ago, and now has been updated for a 30th year edition with extra commentary from the author after 30 years. It was a short book, a little over 100 pages, but it was packed. I really enjoyed the study and will loan it out to many other girls, as it was thought-provoking. My only
Dawn of Emberwilde

Dawn of Emberwilde

Dawn at Emberwilde by Sarah Ladd is the second book in the "Treasures of Surrey" series, which is published by Thomas Nelson. It was my first novel by this author, and it worked as a stand-alone for me. Seeing as I expected this to be like Jane Austen with a dose of mystery, I am sorry to say that this didn't measure up to my expectations. Of cours