Reviews by Rachel Carpenter
On 2/1 Rachel Carpenter wrote: Let me start this review by saying that this book came at exactly the time I needed it in my life, so it’s score of 5 of 5 stars is no surprise. Mandy (the author) is a single young woman who stepped out in faith to minister to other single ladies by sharing her life story with the world. In a beautifully ... It's a beautiful life...
On 1/18 Rachel Carpenter wrote: What Keeps You Up at Night, by the established author Pete Wilson, is a book written with the intent to encourage the person whose life is riddled by fear. Wilson wants to show you that the very thing you fearfully and obsessively think about until the wee hours of the night can be the thing that will ... Book Review: What Keeps You Up at Night
On 5/19 Rachel Carpenter wrote: Whenever You Come Around, written by Robin Lee Hatcher and published by Thomas Nelson, tells the story of a young woman, Charity Anderson, who is desperate to escape the pains of the past. To do so, Charity cuts herself off entirely from everything that reminds her of it: including her family and home ... This book has restored my faith in inspirational fiction!
On 4/23 Rachel Carpenter wrote: Remember the Lilies tells the story of a wealthy ladies man (Rand) and a missionary woman (Irene) living in an internment camp during WWII. The Japanese soldiers are merciless and their struggle to survive is a persistent factor in every aspect. Rand, tries to escape and fails, all because Irene didn’t ... Reading Shouldn't be this Difficult