Reviews - Inspirational

Awesome Footsteps
Michael J.
Hawron

CNF: This book is written in journal format, recounting tales and experiences of the author throughout his life as a missionary. These experiences are not in any overall story form nor are they connected or in any timeline and order.

CHRISTIAN:  Private investigator and former Navy SEAL Callum McKenzie is hired by the sister of a dead millionaire who suspects foul play. She directs Callum to her late brother’s stepson as the culprit. When Alton takes his new bride on a honeymoon-only ocean cruise, Callum has to find a wife STAT to go undercover with him. 

CHRISTIAN:  Divorced, practically broke, and working at a local diner to make ends meet, Gwen doesn’t think life can get any lower, until she also finds herself in need of a large amount of money and soon.  Heath, wealthy and good looking, has it all—except the CEO position his father refuses to hand over—not until Heath proves he is ready to settle down that is.  Desperate to find a date for h

Then She Sang
Janice
Godin

WOMEN'S FICTION:  Single mom, Tracey, is back home and plans to raise her infant daughter, Emilie, surrounded by love, safety and security. It is not perfect or easy, but better than the alternative she left behind them. She has a plan with family and good girlfriends. So far, she is off to a decent start for her and Emilie. Then she runs into Alex.

Island of Miracles
Amy
Schisler

Katherine Middleton enjoyed her life, happily married to a pilot and employed by the Smithsonian, but free to party in the evenings. Then Katherine answers a phone call and discovers her marriage is a sham. Deciding to leave her family home in Georgetown and start over, Katherine quits her job, and uses her savings to hide out on Chincoteague Island.

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