Reviews by Beth Erin
On 6/5 Beth Erin wrote: Rachel Hauck is a master storyteller and these heartfelt dual-timeline stories are among my favorites! The Writing Desk is a rich and compelling story which embraces the complexities of two separate eras and two women with the same dream, writing stories. Tenley is a modern-day, award-winning debut ... Completely captivating with subtle faith and feminine strength!
On 9/11 Beth Erin wrote: Prepare your heartstrings, reader friends, this sweet story will pull them in a beautiful way! Brooklyn Meyers is all too familiar with the feelings of isolation and rejection. Despite the scars left by her past, Brooklyn has pulled herself up by the bootstraps. She is an all-out dedicated and devoted ... You'll Think of Me by Robin Lee Hatcher
On 5/31 Beth Erin wrote: Beyond Justice is a riveting story with just the right blend of suspense and romance. Elements of law, immigration, politics, and conspiracy create an exciting backdrop, the author also provides authentic characters and legal depth that doesn't go over the average reader's head. Hayden McCarthy is a ... Beyond Justice by Cara Putman
On 3/10 Beth Erin wrote: This book has an intriguing and thought-provoking storyline. An independent-minded young socialite heads west across the wild plains to avoid a marriage arranged by her father. Unfortunately, she ends up losing her freedom anyway when she is plucked from her stagecoach and taken captive by a band of ... The Crimson Path of Honor by M.B. Tosi
On 2/24 Beth Erin wrote: Y’all, this series has something very special… man love. That’s right, I mean good old fashioned, band of brothers, solemn vow loyalty! Toss in a Texas damsel in distress, a dash of mystery, a splash of danger, and a healthy dose of romance and that, my friends, is a recipe for one delicious read! Laurel ... An Uncommon Protector by Shelley Shepard Gray
On 9/1 Beth Erin wrote: This is my first Sarah Ladd title and I am very impressed by the way the mood of the story is portrayed through every little detail. From the characters thoughts to the weather and surroundings, this story is saturated with feelings of foreboding and uncertainty. Isabel is at peace with her safe and ... Dawn at Emberwilde by Sarah E. Ladd