Reviews by Michelle Sutton
On 8/6 Michelle Sutton wrote: This was a fun read. Kind of creepy in places and definitely a bit gross, but also quite amusing. Tim Downs knows how to write snappy dialog and dry humor that would make even the most stoic person snicker... My review of Nick of Time by Tim Downs!
On 4/13 Michelle Sutton wrote: Denise Hunter knows how to write a really romantic story. I enjoyed this one, but then again, I enjoy all of her books. I liked how she pulled some of Abigail's pain from childhood and tied it to her need for investigative reporting. I also liked how she tied her guilt to her health issues. I really ... My review of A Cowboy's Touch by Denise Hunter.
On 2/18 Michelle Sutton wrote: At first I wasn't sure what to think of this pairing of opposites, but I could see where it would make for some fun times that are totally Jenny B. Jones signature humor. This story started to grow on me, and while their relationship was based on a lie, the "fake" relationship humor was hilarious and ... My review of Save the Date by Jenny B. Jones!
On 2/9 Michelle Sutton wrote: I read Seaside Letters straight through in one day, and as busy as I am that is no small feat. Every time I pick up a romance by Denise Hunter I know I will get an awesome allegory about God's love for us. This story did just what I expected. It showed how we try to hide the truth about ourselves when ... My review of Seaside Letters by Denise Hunter
On 2/8 Michelle Sutton wrote: The Lightkeeper's Daughter was an incredible story and I loved it. Full of romance and mystery, it kept me reading and I couldn't put it down. Seriously. John was the dreamiest hero ever! I loved him and how he treated Addie. She was a great heroine, too. She loved the Lord and it was evident in her ... My review of The Lightkeeper's Daughter by Colleen Coble