Faith and Forgiveness Are at the Heart of Toni Shiloh’s ‘An Unlikely Alliance’ [REVIEW]

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Meet Flo, the service dog introduced in the seventh novel in the K-9 Companions series, An Unlikely Alliance. (Photo courtesy Canva)

She despises firefighters. He has an aversion to uptight women. But when the two of them are thrown together to save their community, will they be able to see past their differences and accomplish their goal? Find out in Toni Shiloh’s An Unlikely Alliance.

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Katey Walter Anthony’s ‘Chasing Lakes’ Is About Much More Than Scientific Discovery [REVIEW]

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Katey Walter Anthony has loved nature and science and marveled at the world around her since childhood. But as she grew toward adulthood, her life unraveled until darkness threatened to consume her. Desperate for answers to some of life’s toughest questions, her journey takes her from the Sierra Nevada to some of the farthest reaches of the planet. What she discovers along the way will ultimately change her life, her heart, and her faith. Discover her truth in the captivating memoir, Chasing Lakes: Love, Science, and the Secrets of the Arctic.

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Victims of Abuse Find A Second Chance at Life in Alena Dillon’s ‘Mercy House’ [REVIEW]

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A Brooklyn nun will do whatever it takes to protect the women she shelters in Alena Dillon’s debut novel, Mercy House. (Photo courtesy Canva)

She lives by a strict moral code and has a strong sense of justice. The people in her charge are like family and she’ll do whatever it takes to protect them. But she’s not a cop. She doesn’t even work in the justice system. Instead, she’s a nun who won’t take flack from anyone. Welcome to Mercy House. Read more of this post