In Debbie Macomber’s ‘It’s Better This Way,’ Two Families Seek Redemption in the Wake of Divorce [REVIEW]

Sometimes love blossoms in the ashes. (Photo courtesy Canva)

When two marriages are left in tatters following a torrid affair, the surviving spouses must piece together their lives and start anew. But grown children from both families refuse to accept and forgive the sins of their parents. Will everyone involved ever be able to move on in life or will they hold fast to their resentment forever? Find out in Debbie Macomber’s heartfelt new novel, It’s Better This Way.

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‘A Beach Wish’ Leads to Unexpected Surprises [REVIEW]

When a woman gives up on her dreams, her mother’s final request may help her find her way again in Shelley Noble’s A Beach Wish. (Photo by Canva)

A mousy daughter. Unexpected relatives. A dying wish that only a parent could make. As she strives to fulfill her mother’s final request, will a young woman find the courage it takes to embrace life’s surprises with an open heart? Find out in Shelley Noble’s new summer read, A Beach Wish.  Read more of this post

Love Gets A Second Chance in RaeAnne Thayne’s ‘Season of Wonder’ [REVIEW]

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Ready for a second chance, a young mother and her two daughters move to the idyllic town of Haven Point. (Photo by Corey Templeton, Flickr)

Moving to a small town after life in a big city is a challenging change of pace for anyone, but particularly for a young mom with two daughters to think about. A prime job opportunity makes the move inevitable, however, and soon the little family finds itself in Haven Point. But will the girls be able to make a life there? And what happens when the heart starts to make choices of its own? Find out in RaeAnne Thayne’s heartwarming new novel, Season of Wonder.  Read more of this post

Colleen Coble’s ‘The View From Rainshadow Bay’ Promises Forgiveness and Redemption [REVIEW]

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Her photographs capture the beauty of Puget Sound. Do they also expose a darness that someone would kill to keep buried? (Photo courtesy Pexels)

After she loses her husband in a freak accident, one woman struggles to move on with her life. But when someone else close to her is murdered, she has reason to believe she may be next on the hit list. Suddenly she must seek help from the very person she blames for her husband’s demise. Will the killer be caught before the next death blow falls? Find out in Colleen Coble’s new novel of romantic suspense, The View from Rainshadow Bay.  Read more of this post

♦ Ruth Hogan’s ‘The Keeper Of Lost Things’ Reminds Readers of What is Truly Important [REVIEW]

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A woman finds sanctuary in the beautiful home of an aging author in Ruth Hogan’s The Keeper of Lost Things. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

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If you enjoy stories that are insightful, thought provoking, and transcendent, you are going to love our latest Diamond Review title, Ruth Hogan’s The Keeper of Lost Things. This dazzling little gem of a book will draw you in with memorable characters guaranteed to win your heart, make you examine the world around you with fresh eyes, and prompt you to live a more significant existence.  Read more of this post