Reviews by Jessica Higgins
On 4/18 Jessica Higgins wrote: Caroline McCormick has just been assigned to the prestigious Code 13, a special section of the Navy JAG division where many aspire to work. On top of the nerves of starting a new duty assignment, Caroline has to deal with being around her former flame, P.J. MacDonald. They are still friends and she is ... Code 13 - Don Brown
On 4/11 Jessica Higgins wrote: With Mother’s day quickly approaching, Brother, Sister, and Honey Bear want to do something special for Mama Bear. She is the best mama in all of Bear Country and they want to show her how much she means to them. As a family, they go throughout the day realizing that it’s not getting special presents ... A fun book for kids about the importance of mother’s day.
On 3/21 Jessica Higgins wrote: The power of Andriana and the Remnants is growing, which causes the threat from Pacifica to grow as well. Pacifica’s plans for domination are coming close to collapsing as the Remnants try to win over Kellach and those who serve him. Sethos and the Shiolite try to thwart them at every turn but are ... The final book in the Remnants series doesn’t disappoint with quality, but it does leave me wanting more stories with the Ailith
On 12/24 Jessica Higgins wrote: Gretl Schmidt and her sister just escaped from an Auschwitz bound train in Poland only in time to hear it explode. After an attempt to walk to Switzerland, they arrive at a farmhouse where Gretl’s sister soon succumbs to a fever. The family cannot provide for another mouth to feed, so Gretl is given ... Great post WWII era romance about a war orphan and a resistance rebel who are thrown together in an unlikely way!,
On 11/18 Jessica Higgins wrote: This book dives into the true meaning of Christmas by sharing the tradition of Christmas cookies. When a young boy’s father has to go out West to find work and things are tight at home, he is excited to find his mom making Christmas cookies one day when he gets home from school. But when she tells ... Did you ever wonder why Christmas cookies are made?
On 10/15 Jessica Higgins wrote: Fletcher Doyle’s family had it all. His wife, Meg, was pursuing her acting career. His daughter, Ivy, is attending the top rated private school. And he has the distinguished job as the curator of a university museum. Or so everyone believes. He is actually a con man that has conned his own family ... A fast paced thriller that will pull you along for a long con, but you won’t feel cheated in the end!
On 10/2 Jessica Higgins wrote: Young Kate considers herself a spy in training. She has plenty of practice living at her family’s hotel. She spies on her sister and hides her drugs to keep her out of trouble. She sphiding placesies on her other sister and keeps her stealing from the cash box a secret by replacing it with her own ... Erin Healy’s best book yet!
On 8/14 Jessica Higgins wrote: Amber Haines has secrets in her past that she doesn’t want anyone to know about. At an early age she strayed from her parent’s well intentioned path and started living life at her own pace. This led to parties, drugs, and sex, which all had consequences that she had to face. Even through these times, ... An inspirational read to those who keep trying to follow their own path only to discover God was walking beside you.
On 6/8 Jessica Higgins wrote: Hasan Makari and his son, Najib, are both from Lebanon but have dreamed of the day they would be part of the shining freedom that is America. Najib makes it into America to study and then joins the Navy, a dream come true. When it is finally time for Hasan to come visit his son, he is arrested at the ... Detained may have a lot to it, but is a military thriller worth the time
On 3/27 Jessica Higgins wrote: The second book in the Remnants series gives a broader look at both the Remnants and Knights that left me desperate for more, in a good way. After finishing their first mission, the Remnants and Knights are coming to terms with their powers, especially Andriana and her power of empathy. It is just ... Remants: Season of Fire
On 1/30 Jessica Higgins wrote: Corsi takes you to the battlefield around Bastogne during Christmas of 1944 to understand the unlikely fate of the 101st airborne division mixed with an unexpected miracle that helped turn the battle in the Allies favor. I rarely read historical accounts, but this one really caught my attention. I ... I had always heard about the battle of the bulge, but not about the miracle that the author references in the title.
On 12/22 Jessica Higgins wrote: A story of what to do when you find yourself all alone, lower than you could have imagined. Do you stay in that place of lonely despair or do you climb out and find the community that God has provided for moments such as this? Just when things seem to be going great, life will inadvertently through ... A story of what to do when you find yourself all alone, lower than you could have imagined.