Inner Strength

  • Book Blurb Release

    Book Blurb Release

     I’m excited to announce that my romantic suspense novel, Love’s Lost Star, is slated to release on JANUARY 18, 2022! I’m so thankful to God for this opportunity, and I hope that He uses this book to touch hearts. Here’s a look at the book blurb for Love’s Lost Star: Cece Burbin thought she knew what love was—people […]

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  • UNDERCURRENT OF SECRETS

    UNDERCURRENT OF SECRETS

    As wedding coordinator for the 100-year-old steamboat The Belle of Louisville, Devyn Asbury takes pride in seeing others’ dreams come true, even though her engagement had sunk like a diamond ring to the bottom of the Ohio River. When the Belle becomes a finalist in the Timeless Wedding Venue contest, Devyn endeavors to secure the […]

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  • Book Review: AT LIGHTHOUSE POINT

    Book Review: AT LIGHTHOUSE POINT

    I wasn’t sure what to expect from Suzanne Woods Fisher’s, At Lighthouse Point. My interest tends to veer towards either Christian suspense or Christian romance. While this book contains elements of romance, I would not classify it as such, considering that Blaine’s romantic interests are not the focal point of the story. As far as […]

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  • THE KEY TO LOVE – Review

    THE KEY TO LOVE – Review

    The Key to Love, by Betsy St. Amant, is a “sweet” romance. Bri—a baker and hopeless romantic—seeks to walk in her mother’s shoes and keep her memory alive. Not only was her mother a talented baker of sweet treats at the Pastry Puff, but she had a fairytale relationship with Bri’s father. At least, that’s […]

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  • Mystery, Music, & Mick

    Mystery, Music, & Mick

    Are you looking for your next read? How about an inspirational historical romance set in the 1920s? I’m excited to be part of the promo team for Rachel Scott McDaniel’s upcoming release, The Red Canary! This novel contains a beautiful blend of romance and mystery intermixed with heart transformations. Forgiving yourself can be hard, and […]

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  • Ready, Set, Action!

    Ready, Set, Action!

    Today, I finished reading The Traitor’s Pawn, by Lisa Harris. This romantic suspense novel was action-packed! The story takes place in Texas and follows two people. The first is Aubrey Grayson, a strong-willed detective who finds herself in the middle of an investigation that’s confusing to say the least. From target, to victim, to investigator, […]

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  • Out of the Embers

    Out of the Embers

    Out of the Embers, by Amanda Cabot, wasn’t quite what I expected. The cover is beautiful, and Cabot does a nice job describing the charming down of Mesquite Springs. From the kind townspeople, to the gorgeous wildflowers, we understand this to be the perfect home for the heroine, Evelyn. When it comes to suspense, I […]

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  • Deception, Clues, & Breakthroughs

    Deception, Clues, & Breakthroughs

    This was my first time reading one of Tom Threadgill’s novels, and I’m glad I did. Collision of Lies focuses on a tragic “accident” that happened several years ago. A freight train collided with a bus of children, sparking a derailment and massive explosion. The case was closed, the parents grieved. There was no indication […]

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  • A Mysteriously Romantic Debut

    A Mysteriously Romantic Debut

    Get transported to the 1920s in Above the Fold, a historical romance in which danger lurks around every street corner. Elissa, desperate to prove herself as a journalist, competes for the big story, taking risks to get a print-worthy lead. When her old flame returns to town, she finds not only her life, but her […]

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  • Hope in the Abyss: A Book Review of LIFE REMODELED

    Hope in the Abyss: A Book Review of LIFE REMODELED

    Perhaps you’ve heard it said, “You’re never too far gone.” You smiled at the hope-filled words, but then reality struck. Could this really be true? Maybe the people who go about declaring such optimistic things haven’t hit rock bottom. Perhaps they haven’t made the mistakes you’ve made; they’ve never been on the edge, looking down […]

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