Reviews by sandra masters
On 11/23 sandra masters wrote: Daddy Dates is written by a dad of four daughters. It was a quick, light read. The author talks about the importance of spending one on one time with each of your children (in this book, specifically your daughters). He tells how you can’t really know your daughters unless you spend that uninterrupted ... Great book for Dads!
On 8/27 sandra masters wrote: I recently read The Grace of God by Andy Stanley. I have always enjoyed listening to Andy speak but, this was the first time that I have ever read anything that he has written. I must admit, I had a really hard time getting into this book. I really don’t know why…maybe it’s the style of writing? ... Not really what I expected
On 9/27 sandra masters wrote: Resurrection in May is written by Lisa Samson. This was the first book that I’ve read by her. I really enjoyed this book. It was a very interesting read and really held my attention. May Seymour is a young college girl, who seemed to have it all. An “accidental” meeting of an old bachelor man, ... Resurrection in May: Book Review
On 7/6 sandra masters wrote: This is the first novel in the Patch of Heaven series. It was an easy and enjoyable read. The setting is Pennsylvania’s Allegheny Mountains in an Amish community. The story centers around Sarah King, a 20 year old young lady that has been brought up in a loving Amish family. She loves tending to her ... Book Review and Giveaway!! Sarah’s Garden by Kelly Long
On 6/10 sandra masters wrote: I just finished reading a young adult book entitled A Summer Secret by Kathleen Fuller. This is book one in the “Mysteries of Middlefield” series. The book takes place in an Amish community. The main characters are thirteen year old twins, Johnny and Mary Beth Mullet. Mary Beth is looking for some privacy away from ... Book Review: A Summer Secret by Kathleen Fuller