Reviews by Cassie D.
On 4/8 Cassie D. wrote: Princess Tiamat, called Tia by most, is the beloved daughter of King Nebuchadnezzar but just after she turns fourteen that all changes, not only is she married to the oldest son of the imprisoned Judean king, but her father is suddenly taken over by a strange madness. The story picks back up seven years ... Exciting, Intriguing, and Sweet.
On 4/6 Cassie D. wrote: For the past several years Cassidy Shaw, a crime reporter, Allison Pierce, a federal prosecutor, and Nicole Hedges, and FBI agent, have worked together using their various jobs in the crime fighting world to bring criminals to justice. They have even nicknamed themselves the Triple Threat after a favorite ... A little boring to start, but riveting by the end
On 3/10 Cassie D. wrote: Ally Greene has traveled the world as a flight attendant, now she is returning to her childhood home to bury her father. Tragedy and broken relationships have kept her away for years but now she has returned, if only for a short time. Worst of all Vesey Washington, once her secret best friend, is still ... Decent Story but Troubling Theology
On 1/3 Cassie D. wrote: The last thing Addy Davidson wants is to be on a reality TV show to win a date with the President's son, even if he is super cute. She wants nothing more than to get into an Ivy League school and go on with her quiet life. But here she is in a whole new world she could never imagine. From the start she ... Sweet, but a little amateur
On 12/28 Cassie D. wrote: Our country is not in a good place, all you have to do is watch the news to see that, but its important to know more about whats really going on, I believe that "It Is Dangerous to be Right When the Government is Wrong" (whoo, that's a mouthful) is a great way to do just that. This book asks a lot of ... Thought Provoking
On 10/13 Cassie D. wrote: Its been five years since Eden Davidson's daughter was kidnapped and her marriage fell apart, now she has a new life in a new town and is even hoping to get married again. But just as her boyfriend is about to propose her ex-husband Clay Larson shows up to inform that not only are they still married ... A sweet and suspenseful read
On 10/8 Cassie D. wrote: Amanda Belle has always dismissed the normal dreams of young women; getting married, having a family, etc. because of the deathbed vow she made to her mother, promising she would look after her siblings. All of that changes when she meets Captain Kent Littlefield, a young soldier stationed in her Texas ... An excellent portrayal of the conflicts during the Civil War, both external and internal
On 10/1 Cassie D. wrote: I have always loved biblical novels, Joseph by Terri Fivash is one of my absolute favorites and if you ever get the chance to read it you definitely should, so I was intrigued when I decided to read Babylon's Falling. This book follows the life of Daniel (or Daniyyel as the books calls him) from his ... Great Story but Moved too Fast
On 9/17 Cassie D. wrote: Finley Sinclair longs to feel normal again and she hopes tracing the steps of her brother's time in Ireland will help. She remembers how close he felt to God there and hopes the trip will repair her broken relationship with Him. Then she meets the handsome Beckett Rush, in Ireland to star in his latest ... An Engaging Story!
On 9/17 Cassie D. wrote: Katie Ann's husband died without her ever telling him that she was pregnant, but he was dead to her the moment he walked out on on her. Now she is determined to fill the gap in her son's life alone. Besides how could she ever trust another man? But all that changes when she meets Eli Detweiler, a widower ... A Great Story of Trust and Love
On 9/10 Cassie D. wrote: I have recently read all of the Lord of the Rings books including the hobbit and watched all the movies but I realized I knew practically nothing about the man behind it all. I knew he was good friends with C.S. Lewis and he loved mythology, particularly Norse, but I knew nothing about him personally.I ... Ok,
On 8/20 Cassie D. wrote: For Kelli London its been seven years since she stopped hearing music in her head. Its been seven years since she went to church. Its been seven years since she and Brian broke up. And its been seven years since she had an abortion. Now she is living with her brother and his wife, while looking for a ... A Great Read
On 8/5 Cassie D. wrote: Who is God really? Is he some unseen and unknown power? Or is he like Santa Claus, giving us what we want if we're good or we wish enough? Or maybe he is some sort of awful disciplinarian, wanting to take us away from all these we might enjoy? Is living off your parents faith really enough? Is the Bible ... Don't Check Your Brains at the Door by Josh McDowell and Bob Hostettler