Reviews by Suzanne W.
On 9/8 Suzanne W. wrote: It's been years since Charity and Buck have seen each other but with her parents out of the country and her own home being repaired she's forced to go back to Kings Meadow to her parent's home if she wants to make her book deadline. Wouldn't you know that her parent's next door neighbor happens to be ... Whenever You Come Around by Robin Lee Hatcher
On 4/15 Suzanne W. wrote: The first book of Colleen Coble's newest series (Sunset Cove) is finally out! Claire Dellamare's past quite literally comes back to haunt her when she meets her father at Hotel Tourmaline for a business meeting. Bits and pieces of her childhood memories start to resurface and she works to uncover the ... The Inn at Ocean's Edge by Colleen Coble
On 7/30 Suzanne W. wrote: Book DescriptionSeagrass Pier is the perfect place for Elin to hide from a killer, but an old love's ability to see her true heart could be her undoing. When Elin Summerall contracted a virus that damaged her heart, she was lucky to get a transplant. At first it was an overwhelmingly ... Seagrass Pier by Colleen Coble
On 5/23 Suzanne W. wrote: World War II is one of my favorite time periods to read about. Daisies are Forever takes us on a journey from Prussia to Berlin as Gisela escapes Prussia with her nieces, befriends an English POW, and reunites with her mother. It's what happens on the way to Berlin and once they arrive that molds a wonderful ... Daisies Are Forever by Liz Tolsma
On 1/28 Suzanne W. wrote: Every so often a book comes along that seems to have the power to connect to several generations from many walks of life and this book does exactly that. While the story centered around Allison, a woman in her 40's trying to start over after a recent divorce, we catch glimpses into the life of ... A Promise Kept by Robin Lee Hatcher
On 11/26 Suzanne W. wrote: Beloved by Robin Lee Hatcher is the third in her "Where the Heart Lives" series and I hadn't read the first two so at first I was uncertain about reviewing it but I found that there was no need to have read the first ones in order to follow along with this one. I admit that the story was a bit predictable ... Beloved by Robin Lee Hatcher
On 1/23 Suzanne W. wrote: I'm sure it will come as no surprise to you all you've been reading this blog for awhile that I was excited to review Silent Night: A Rock Harbor Christmas Novella by Colleen Coble. She's one of my favorite authors and I have read and reviewed many of her books in the past couple of years. This novella ... Silent Night: A Rock Harbor Christmas Novella by Colleen Coble
On 11/26 Suzanne W. wrote: Every Perfect Gift's author Dorothy Love did a wonderful job working in characters from the two previous novels while telling us Ethan and Sophie's story. Sophie spent her entire life trying to find somewhere that she really belonged and an identity that was her own. Her love for newspapers led her back ... Every Perfect Gift
On 9/4 Suzanne W. wrote: Running for My Life is a story that really touched my heart because it is the story of a lost boy from Sudan that has become a U.S. Olympic athlete. I knew without reading the description that this book would capture his life story and the reader would make the journey with Lopez from Sudan to Kenya ... Running for My Life
On 11/3 Suzanne W. wrote: One Call Away: A Memoir opened a window into Brenda Warner's life that reminded me to not judge a book by the cover or in this case an NFL star's wife. How easy is it to assume that because she is married to Kurt Warner that life has always been easy for her and she never wanted for anything? This ... One Call Away: A Memoir by Brenda Warner
On 8/23 Suzanne W. wrote: Fresh-Brewed Life by Nicole Johnson is a wonderful read that I will want to savor over and over and share with friends and family. Although this book could have easily been finished in one sitting it is one that I recommend reading slowly and taking the time to reflect on each and every chapter. There ... Fresh-Brewed Life by Nicole Johnson-A Must Read!
On 8/3 Suzanne W. wrote: Thunder Dog by Michael Hingson is truly a heart warming recount of a man and his dog and how they survived September 11, 2001, walking down 78 flights of stairs to safety. As Michael's story unfolds we are taken step by step through his day and he intertwines stories of his past in relation to the day's ... Thunder Dog Review