Tag: Blog Tours

[Revell Blog Tour&Review] Making Waves (Lake Manawa Summers, bk 1) by Lorna Seilstad

[Revell Blog Tour&Review] Making Waves (Lake Manawa Summers, bk 1) by Lorna Seilstad

About the Book: Sun, summer, and a scrumptious sailing instructor. What more could a girl want? When spunky Marguerite Westing discovers that her family will spend the summer of 1895 at Lake Manawa, Iowa, she couldn’t be more thrilled. It’s the perfect way to escape her agonizingly boring suitor, Roger Gordon. It’s also where she […]

Posted 16 September, 2010 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 0 Comments
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[Book Review] Reflecting Him by Carla McDougal

[Book Review] Reflecting Him by Carla McDougal

About Reflecting Him Reflecting Him: Living for Jesus and Loving It is a ten-week women’s Bible study. Like Jesus’ parables (which teach important lessons by creating visual pictures for the reader), Reflecting Him uses familiar objects and situations (such as pottery, the human sensory system, and the sun-earth connection) and draws comparisons that help women […]

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PUYB Blog Tour&Review: No Greater Love(Extreme Devotion, bk 1) by Kathi Macias

PUYB Blog Tour&Review: No Greater Love(Extreme Devotion, bk 1) by Kathi Macias

About the Book: Forbidden romance, an unlikely martyr, and an even more unlikely hero. Orphaned four years earlier when their parents, active in the African National Congress ANC movement against Apartheid, were murdered, 16-year-old Chioma and her 15-year-old brother Masozi now live and work on an Afrikaner family’s farm. When Chioma and Andrew, the farm […]

Posted 20 April, 2010 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 0 Comments
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PUYB Blog Tour&Review: No Greater Love(Extreme Devotion, bk 1) by Kathi Macias

PUYB Blog Tour&Review: No Greater Love(Extreme Devotion, bk 1) by Kathi Macias

About the Book: Forbidden romance, an unlikely martyr, and an even more unlikely hero. Orphaned four years earlier when their parents, active in the African National Congress ANC movement against Apartheid, were murdered, 16-year-old Chioma and her 15-year-old brother Masozi now live and work on an Afrikaner family’s farm. When Chioma and Andrew, the farm […]

Posted 20 April, 2010 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 1 Comment
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