Reviews by Kayleigh Lawson

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Unraveling

Unraveling

On 10/14 Kayleigh Lawson wrote: Unraveling, the eagerly awaited sequel to Sara Ella’s debut fantasy, Unblemished, is a fun and fascinating continuation. Ella once again plumbs the depths and complexity of human nature while highlighting the battle of light and dark. El’s continued battle with The Void is contrasted with the emotional ... Unraveling is a fun, fascinating continuation of Ella’s Unblemished saga

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4 Stars

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The Turquoise Table

The Turquoise Table

On 7/20 Kayleigh Lawson wrote: Long gone are the days when everyone knew their neighbors, running to borrow a cup of sugar was simple and no one locked their doors. Now, I never would suggest that anyone leave their doors unlocked, but I long have wondered at the loss of community in the U.S. When I stumbled across Kristin Schell’s ... Kristin Schell shows a new way to build community in The Turquoise Table

Kayleigh's Rating:

5 Stars

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The Illusionist's Apprentice

The Illusionist's Apprentice

On 5/22 Kayleigh Lawson wrote: Vaudeville — illusion, mystery and secrets. Kristy Cambron’s recent release, The Illusionist’s Apprentice, has all of these and more. When I first started the novel, I couldn’t help but notice the strength of her prose. It flows as if it were easily written — although I am sure it wasn’t ... The Illusionist’s Apprentice: Spectacular vaudeville tale from Cambron

Kayleigh's Rating:

5 Stars

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Some Small Magic

Some Small Magic

On 5/20 Kayleigh Lawson wrote: I’ve heard a lot of good things about Billy Coffey’s novels and found the idea of Christian fiction with a large dollop of magical realism to be intriguing. When Some Small Magic came up for review, I decided to give it a whirl. Coffey has created a moving story centering on broken people in a broken ... Coffey weaves complex tale with serious themes in Some Small Magic

Kayleigh's Rating:

3 Stars

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Because You're Mine

Because You're Mine

On 3/16 Kayleigh Lawson wrote: Colleen Coble is a master at suspense and that was on full display with the tension that builds to a crescendo over the course of her new novel. "Because You're Mine." The setting is richly detailed, Gothic and beautifully described. Her characters once again were complex and realistic. I really loved ... “Because You’re Mine,” perfectly timed for St. Patrick’s

Kayleigh's Rating:

5 Stars

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The Daniel Code

The Daniel Code

On 2/25 Kayleigh Lawson wrote: O.S. Hawkins has become well known for his “code” books, a series of books that deals with different aspects of faith by looking at Biblical examples.The Daniel Code, by O.S. Hawkins “The Daniel Code: Living Out Truth in a Culture That Is Losing Its Way” uses the Biblical example of Daniel to ... A guide to being a culture warrior

Kayleigh's Rating:

3 Stars

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NKJV, Know The Word Study Bible

NKJV, Know The Word Study Bible

On 12/31 Kayleigh Lawson wrote: First and foremost, I’d like to say I really enjoyed the layout of the “Know the Word Study Bible.” The Bible includes many features such as book-by-book, verse-by-verse and topic-by-topic notes. Each book has an individual introduction, study-the-book notes and verse highlights to help readers ... Know the Word Study Bible great addition to enhance anyone’s study

Kayleigh's Rating:

5 Stars

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Unblemished

Unblemished

On 12/2 Kayleigh Lawson wrote: Booktuber Sara Ella recently became an author with the release of her debut novel, “Unblemished.” This is the first in a planned series, and Ella does a marvelous job of creating a varied and interesting world. Ella’s pacing is on point. Once the setup is taken care of, she keeps the plot moving ... Booktube sensation Sarah Ella debuts as author with “Unblemished”

Kayleigh's Rating:

4 Stars

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The Captain Takes a Wife

The Captain Takes a Wife

On 11/16 Kayleigh Lawson wrote: Doris Durbin’s “The Captain Takes a Wife” is a fast-paced, light read. It follows Capt. Harry Richardson, a soldier-turned-preacher, and Sarah Franklin, a teacher. Sarah flees a arranged marriage, straight into the arms of Harry. “The Captain Takes a Wife” is a fun read, but it lacks a certain ... Durbin’s “The Captain Takes a Wife” a fast-paced, light read

Kayleigh's Rating:

3 Stars

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