Dear Mr. Knightley by Katherine Reay

Dear Mr. Knightly by Katherine Reay

Samantha Moore has always hidden behind the words of others—namely, her favorite characters in literature. Now, she will learn to write her own story—by giving that story to a complete stranger.

Sam is, to say the least, bookish. An English major of the highest order, her diet has always been Austen, Dickens, and Shakespeare. The problem is, both her prose and conversation tend to be more Elizabeth Bennet than Samantha Moore.

But life for the twenty-three-year-old orphan is about to get stranger than fiction. An anonymous, Dickensian benefactor (calling himself Mr. Knightley) offers to put Sam through Northwestern University’s prestigious Medill School of Journalism. There is only one catch: Sam must write frequent letters to the mysterious donor, detailing her progress.

As Sam’s dark memory mingles with that of eligible novelist Alex Powell, her letters to Mr. Knightley become increasingly confessional. While Alex draws Sam into a world of warmth and literature that feels like it’s straight out of a book, old secrets are drawn to light. And as Sam learns to love and trust Alex and herself, she learns once again how quickly trust can be broken.

Reminding us all that our own true character is not meant to be hidden, Reay’s debut novel follows one young woman’s journey as she sheds her protective persona and embraces the person she was meant to become. (Synopsis from Amazon)




” Engaging,Clever,True Janeite Fiction!”



*My Review*

What can I say? Wow! I was blown away! It was so awesome! You MUST read it! If you haven’t already. 🙂

Well, for starters, I had seen how this book was very,very popular. I had seen how many of my friends on goodreads had read this book and had enjoyed it and being the Jane Austen addict that I am, I added it to my wish list. I did finally win my own copy from ( a very good blog. Go check it out!) from a giveaway. Which was very exciting!!

It was truly a very good Janeite Fiction and it was decent! It was very entertaining to read and I don’t hardly like to read contemporary fiction but this was a must read!

I enjoyed reading about Samantha Moore’s character and I could identify with her in many ways. She was truly a voracious  which showed in her day-to-day life. I liked how the author showed how Samantha would use this barrier of being a lover of Jane Austen in order to shield herself from the “real” world. I could totally identify with that in a way.

I really loved how cleverly the author wrote this book!  I wasn’t sure how I would like the format she come up with but I was very impressed! I enjoyed how the author intertwined the different names of famous authors into her story like: Jane Austen,Charles Dickens, and P.D James. I think that may be one of the best things about this book!

I couldn’t stop reading this book till I had read the last page! It was wonderful and exciting! If you are a fan of Jane Austen, this would definitely become a new favorite. If you’re not a big Jane Austen fan I think you’ll still enjoy it as well. 🙂
In fact I’m re-reading it again! Not too many books get that attention from me I can tell you that right now!

I’m definitely looking forward to reading her next book, Jane and Lizzie:

Lizzy & Jane by Katherine Reay,

Katherine Reay’s writing is a breath of fresh air, finally! I’m glad to read books by authors who have that gift and to keep me turning page after page. Katherine Reay is definitely that  kinda author I think and her book has become quite a cherished favorite for me.  Even my sisters liked the book even though they’re not really big Jane Austen fans like me. 🙂 (5 stars!)

Check out more about Katherine Reay and her books click here

Happy Reading, you happy Janeites you! 🙂




A Most Peculiar Circumstance by Jen Turano (Book Review)

A Most Peculiar Circumstance (Ladies of Distinction, #2)
A Most Peculiar Circumstance by Jen Turano
My book rating: 4 out of 5 stars



Miss Arabella Beckett has one driving passion: to help the downtrodden women of America. Naturally, she supports the women’s suffrage movement and eagerly attends rallies and lectures across the country. On her travels, she makes a simple offer of assistance to a young woman in need that goes sadly awry and lands both ladies in more trouble than they can manage. An independent sort, Arabella is loath to admit she needs help and certainly doesn’t need help from an arrogant, narrow-minded knight in shining armor.

Mr. Theodore Wilder, private investigator extraordinaire, is on a mission. A mission that began as a favor to his good friend Hamilton Beckett, but swiftly evolved into a merry chase across the country. By the time he finally tracks down Hamilton’s sister, Arabella, he is in a less than pleasant mood. When the lady turns out to have radical ideas and a fiercely independent streak, he soon finds himself at his wit’s end.

When they return home to New York, circumstances force their paths to continue to cross, but the most peculiar feelings growing between them certainly can’t be love. When the trouble Arabella had accidentally stirred up seems to have followed her to New York and threatens her very life, the unlikely couple must face the possibility that they might have landed in the most peculiar circumstance of all: love



I really did enjoy reading this book! It was pure enjoyment and I was laughing most of the time at the certain situations in the book. I had read the first book in the series some time ago and I had been anticipating on reading this book because I’ve heard so many good things about it.

I like how the author added that extra spunk into Arabella’s character because it really made the book stand out really well. Being that Arabella was into feminist rights movement back in the day was very interesting as well. I love to read about the women long ago who went against the odds of what they were allowed to do. Women like Dorothea Dix, Clara Barton,Florence Nightingale, and Abigail Adams are my personal favorites. 🙂 It was very hilarious how Arabella got herself into so many scrapes and the drama that went on between her and Laurie was very funny.

The hero,Theodore, really reminded me of Mr. Darcy which is like super awesome. I can’t get enough of Mr. Darcy for REAL! Mr.Darcy is one of my favorite heroes of all time!. *sigh*

To me I felt that Laurie was like the good sense that Arabella should have had. These two characters were like the total opposite with Theodore having good sense and Arabella being the radical which was very entertaining to read about.


Overall,I would totally recommend this book to anyone who is a Jane Austen fan or if  you love to read period era novels. This book is a keeper! It’s fun,full of excitement,adventure,and to top everything off it has some awesome suspense! I can’t wait to read the third book in this series,”A Talent for Trouble”.

Last but not least, the book cover is spectacularly pretty! 😉

Happy Reading Y’all! 🙂

Jane Austen~A Lady Who Believed in Happily Ever Afters!~

Jane's philosophy about her books:  "You go Jane Austen!!" :)

  Jane Austen–  Born on December 16 December 1775.~ Birthplace: Steventon Rectory,Hampshire,England~

  Her parents were George and Cassandra Austen. Jane Austen had 6 brothers and one sister also known as her closest friend,Cassandra.

                                        ……JANE AUSTEN, A LADY WHO BELIEVED IN HAPPILY EVER AFTERS….

Jane Austen was truly a lady who believed in happily ever afters and as far as I can see she wouldn’t take less than that. Something that is very admirable.  She always believed in true love  no matter what the cost would be. She believed that true love should always and would prevail. A belief commonly expressed in her many loved novels. Of course that belief wasn’t the popular way for  young women to be thinking  back then because back in the times of Jane Austen, if you weren’t married you didn’t have a chance of making a good way in life because the women were mostly expected to bear and raise children. Not being married  at a certain age

meant that you were an old maid or you were pretty much on way of being in impoverished if you were not a part of a rich family. Men in those times had a greater chance at succeeding  in life because more pathways in life were opened to them. Men also had more opportunities to gain a profitable  and sustainable income.

Jane Austen blew many people’s minds away with the idea of love conquering all no matter how unequal a hero or heroine might have been in the story. No matter how it seemed as if all was lost for the main characters she always managed to bring about a *sigh* worthy happy ending. Which is why I love  her quote above which says,

   “My characters shall have after a little trouble, all that they desire”-Jane Austen.

I think she did a very good job doing just that!  Jane Austen also did a very good job of giving us a glimpse of what regency life was all about.Whether it was the speech or describing manners of how some things were done. I would so love to go to England to see the many places in her novels! Her novels have been an inspiration for many spin-off variations of her stories,movies,plays,etc.

Though sadly to say she didn’t experience the happy ending that she gave to so many of her characters in her own life. She and her sister Cassandra never married. Knowing that fact, I’m glad that she didn’t give up her dream of being a successful writer or we would have never experienced knowing the stories of her many characters in her novels, or enjoyed the vast variety of movies based off of her books today. She is truly an inspiration to me.

Austen followed the tradition of other female novelists of the time by signing her books, ‘By a Lady,’ or ‘By Lady A.’.

I love Jane Austen

“Incline us oh God! to think humbly of ourselves, to be severe only in the examination of our own conduct, to consider our fellow-creatures with kindness,and to judge of all they say and do with that charity which we would desire from ourselves.” -Jane Austen

“Laugh as much as you choose, but you will not laugh me out of my opinion.”-Jane Austen,Pride and Prejudice

but for my part,if a book is well written,I always find it too short.”-Jane Austen

“What are men to rocks and mountains”-Jane Austen,Pride and Prejudice

“To you I shall say, as I have often said before, Do not be in a hurry the right man will come at last..”-Jane Austen

a truth universally acknowledged


I was very young when I first discovered Jane Austen and then I didn’t understand the language the regency and their ways. Let’s just say I’m

just now discovering the light! lol! It all started with watching all of the Jane Austen based movies I could find. After that, I decided to read Pride and Prejudice which has now become one of my favorite books by Jane Austen along with her book,Persuasion. I do aim to read more of her works but what I have read so far I have enjoyed!

I do admire Jane Austen’s books because even though the main characters suffer through many calamities  throughout the story,she still managed to give her characters that happily ever after. Many of her heroines are so easy to relate to and the heroes are to die for! I wish all the time for her heroes to be real!

                                                                                        ~JANE AUSTEN’S HEROINES~

I just love reading about Jane Austen’s heroines! Also watching the movies based off of her heroines. Many of her heroines were not perfect in their character in the beginning but in the end they were just became spectacular! Beyond words! Jane Austen just knew how to do it! Like in Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet she and Mr. Darcy were not getting along at all and in the end both Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy were two completely different people and it turned out to be very good thing!

It is so hard to pick a favorite from Jane Austen’s heroines, I love  the characters of Elizabeth Bennet,Jane Bennet, and I absolutely love Marianne Dashwood,Elinor Dashwood, Anne Elliot oh and Catherine Morland! (Which is just about all of them lol!) Maybe I’ll truly make up my mind when I’ve read all of Jane Austen’s novels. Oh bother!

I had read Sense and Sensibility this year, and to me Marianne Dashwood’s story reminds me so much of what  Jane Austen went through in her life so far as her disappointment with Daniel Lefroy.

I admire her heroines because they have their standards and morals and they wouldn’t stand for just anything.Which I think would have  probably given us some insight about Jane Austen’s character Like for example, Elizabeth Bennet wanted her marriage to be one of love which was very rare back then because everything depended on status and how much money you had in the bank or would inherit. Character and love for a marriage was the  last thing on the list. That very thing would probably give us some insight about Jane Austen’s character.

With Jane Austen, it was ALL about the character!! How the character acted and what their opinions were. I love how Jane Austen’s characters had  so much depth of character. Many of heroines were not perfect in the beginning in their character. They had their flaws and mistakes and  I like to see the transitions of a certain heroine or hero in the story and in the end they were just perfect!  Jane Austen just tried to drive this point home, “always judge and watch a person’s character before marriage”. I think that was a punchline in her books. It didn’t matter whether they were rich or poor but that person’s character is what mattered the most. Which is what we as Christians should still keep in mind today especially young singles. It’s not about how many muscles he has  or how good-looking a young man is it’s all about the character. The important thing is does he have the character of Jesus Christ? Likewise for us young ladies. 🙂

Matthew Macfadyen (Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy) & Keira Knightley (Elizabeth Bennet) - Pride & Prejudice (2005) #janeausten #joewright #fanart

Marianne: Always resignation and acceptance. Always prudence and honour and duty. Elinor, where is your <3? Elinor Dashwood: What do you know of my <3? What do you know of anything but your own suffering. For weeks, Marianne, I've had this pressing on me without being at liberty to speak of it to a single creature. It was forced on me by the very person whose prior claims ruined all my hope. I have endured her exultations .. Sense and Sensibility (1995) #janeausten #emmathompson #katewinslet

felicity jones as catherine morland in northanger abbey

Sally Hawkins as Anne Elliot in "Persuasion"

                                           ~JANE AUSTEN’S MOVIES THAT I HAVE WATCHED~

Since I never could understand the language of Jane Austen’s novels until I grew older, I watched almost every single movie based off of Jane Austen’s novels. Many of them I still watch over and over again! I believe that sometimes the movie can bring to  light some of the things Jane Austen talks about in her novels. Like for me being in America, I wouldn’t know half of the things that she was talking about because our worlds are so different.! So let’s talk about Jane Austen! What is your favorite Jane Austen book or movie? I’ll try to talk about my favorite books,characters and movies down  below!  So I love the movies even though some may have some differences than in the novel. Here’s a list of movies that I’ve watched and enjoyed,

Pride and Prejudice . . . THIS version with Colin Firth!

I’ve also watched some of the variations of Jane Austen’s  movies. Especially the Indian variations! They are different I warn you but the Bollywood versions have somethings in common with Jane Austen’s novels because girls and women in those countries still go through many of the situations that Jane Austen wrote about. But again if want the movie to be true to Jane Austen then you should stick to the other ones. 🙂 Which I do now. I watched Bride and Prejudice a long time ago.

Bride and Prejudice - Thank you Dr. Ljungquist for introducing me to this masterpiece

Image Credit: Google

Also I’ve Watched Becoming Jane the movie based off of Jane Austen’s life. Very interesting. 🙂

Death comes to PemberleyDeath Comes to Pemberley - novel & film - quote from Mr. Darcy

Just recently finished watching the movie! Well most of it and I really,really enjoyed it! I loved this quote! I’m reading the book now!

Pride & Prejudice

I love Jane Austen’s comedy and wit! I think the most comical of her characters is Mr. Collins he is so hilarious in both the book and the movies! Especially  the time when he proposed to Elizabeth Bennet! lol.

Also, ever since recently reading Sense and Sensibility, the characters of Mrs.Palmer and her  husband Thomas were very hilarious! I really loved how she combined comedy into her stories. I find myself laughing out loud many times when reading her novels!

She knew how to have that balance where she wrote about the most lovable characters and the other ones you just despised! Like Anne Elliot’s sister and father in Persuasion. Oh they got on my last nerve!  Also in Emma, the preacher in his wife! I won’t begin to explain how annoyed I was! What are some of her characters you just loved and disliked?


Jane Austen’s heroes have been my book crushes like since I’ve read them! Mr.Darcy anyone? My favorite heroes, are Mr.Darcy, Mr.Knightly, Colonel Brandon, Captain Wentworth, and Henry Tilney. (Of course I haven’t read all of her books just yet but I have watched the movies for the books I haven’t read) I’m glad that she gave a voice to what the hero would think about certain situations. I think Edward Ferrars is the only hero as far as I know that didn’t really talk in the story. I liked Colonel Brandon better than Edward Ferrars  in Sense and Sensibility.  It is my opinion that the hero should talk and have the depth of character just as much as the heroine. Otherwise how am I supposed to like him in the story? Mr. Darcy and Captain Wentworth are the perfect examples of what a hero should be in a book. I do  think that Jane Austen’s heroes  are quoted just  as much as the heroines. She did know how to put feeling into a proposal! Oh my goodness! Read Pride and Prejudice with Mr. Darcy’s proposal and you’ll fall head over heels in love with Mr. Darcy  and his proposal! lol! WHY ISN”T MR. DARCY REAL!! lol!

"Oh, dear, I cannot tease you about that. What a shame, for I dearly love to laugh."

Darcy, Darcy, Darcy...

Captain Wentworth's letter from my favorite Jane Austen book Persuasion.

Persuasion (2007) - starring Sally Hawkins as Anne Elliot + Rupert Penry-Jones as Captain Frederick Wentworth

Just for the record I loved the other Edward better in the Sense and Sensibility (1995) with Emma Thompson. Just sayin’ 🙂

Jane Austen Men

"Emma by Jane Austen. Mr Knightley is second only to Mr. Darcy" For me, it's hard to choose between the two. Maybe because I'm much more like Emma than Lizzy. :)



Now for the part all Jane Austen Fans have been waiting for!   Jane Austen & Clean Christian Regency Era Books.

I’ve  only read four novels by Jane Austen so far and I can’t wait to finish reading the rest! 


Pride and Prejudice        Sense and Sensibility (Penguin Classics)  Emma Persuasion Mansfield Park (Penguin Classics)Northanger Abbey

Sense and Sensibility

Pride and Prejudice


Mansfield Park

Northanger Abbey


It is so amazing to see that the characters and the situations that she wrote about are something that I and millions worldwide  can relate to her stories. She was truly an author before her time.

I really want to read Northanger Abbey! Love the movie with JJ Feild! 😉

I have read,

Pride and Prejudice,Emma, and Persuasion,Sense and Sensibility. By far my favorites are Pride and Prejudice, Persuasion,and Sense and Sensibility. 🙂

Now, for Part 2!….drumroll….:)

The books below are Jane Austen Inspired (THE ONES I’VE READ ARE: BLACKMOORE,HEIRESS OF WINTERWOOD,A CHANGE OF FORTUNE,EDENBROOKE AND THEY WERE VERY AMAZING READS!!) I really look forward to reading more Jane Austen variations!

I haven’t read as many Jane Austen inspired books that I would like. I wanted to read the original first before I could read a Jane Austen inspired one.  Below  are some of the  books that my friends have read and have enjoyed. Also I have included my good friends’ reviews of many of the books below and you can click on the books under “JANE AUSTEN INSPIRED BOOKS” and it will carry you to their blog to read their reviews on the books below! (All except Heiress of Winterwood. That would lead you to my 2013 list of best books.)     🙂 Enjoy!


Also be sure to visit my friends’ wonderful blogs below to read their book reviews and more!

I would also like to give special thanks to my friends,

Areykah-HERE-She has a very fun blog and I love visiting her blog.  Her pictures are amazing! Go check it out! It really captures the moment. Love!  She has a really fun blog with many various interests. She also posts  book reviews on her blog as well.:)

Soph-HERE -A true Janeite! Her blog is a wonderful place to visit for all things Jane Austen! You name it, whether it’s Jane Austen inspired book reviews, movies, to Jane Austen variations and giveaways she has it there!

Alice-HERE– Oh my goodness! She has this “Alice in Wonderland” theme going on! It’s so awesome! I wish I had some kind of theme going on as well! lol. She also has book reviews from Jane Austen,Georgette Heyer, and also various Christian fiction authors. There’s also Christian author interviews as well which are really fun to read. 🙂

lick on the books below, and they will lead you to their full book review!  They’ve made me so excited to read them myself! Most of them are on my TBR list! 😉

Thank you soooo much Areykah,Soph,and Alice for letting me use your book reviews for this post! Love y’all! 😉


                                                             ~JANE AUSTEN INSPIRED BOOKS~

BlackmooreThe Heiress of Winterwood (Whispers on the Moors, #1)Edenbrooke

Dear Mr. KnightleyBluebells in the MourningMy Own Mr. Darcy

A Change of Fortune (Ladies of Distinction, #1)

Falling for Mr. DarcyDarcy's Voyage: A Tale of Uncharted Love on the Open Seas

Mr. Darcy's Diary (Jane Austen Heroes, #1)Mr. Knightley's Diary (Jane Austen Heroes, #2)Captain Wentworth's Diary (Jane Austen Heroes, #3)

Dear Mr. Darcy: A Retelling of Pride and PrejudiceBefore the Season EndsMr. Darcy's PromiseHenry Tilney's Diary (Jane Austen Heroes, #6)


Here’s some other new releases or upcoming releases that I’m so excited about! These are either Jane Austen inspired or clean regency novels. You can look them up on Goodreads to find out more about them. I probably will also be including them in my future posts as well. 🙂

A Lady at Willowgrove Hall (Whispers on the Moors, #3)Prelude for a LordThe Secret of Pembrooke Park

A Lady of Honor (Cliffs of Cornwall, #1)The Headmistress of Rosemere (Whispers on the Moors, #2)

The Kiss of a Stranger

Lizzy and JaneTree of Life by Ginger Monette

Reforming Lord RagsdaleAs You Are (The Jonquil Brothers #3)


Jane Austen quote: "I declare after all, there is no enjoyment like reading"


Well, I hope you enjoyed this post and I hope to post more Jane Austen posts in the future or more posts like this or whatever! What are some of your favorite Jane Austen books or movies? (I will be traveling for the weekend! I will try to get to your comments as soon as I can!) 🙂

 Love,Peace, and Blessings. 🙂



                                           ……….Jane Austen, A Lady who believed in happily ever afters………..


Jane Austen Quiz Results: I’m Elinor Dashwood!!~Which Jane Austen heroine are you?

I am indeed Elinor DashwoodQuiz results:  You are Elinor Dashwood of Sense & Sensibility! You are practical, circumspect, and discreet. Though you are tremendously sensible and allow your head to rule, you have a deep, emotional side that few people often see.


I’ve always admired Elinor Dashwood from the time I watched the S&S version with Emma Thompson (1995). I think Emma Thompson is a very good actress. I also liked her role in Nanny Mcphee which was a very good movie by the way! But back to Elinor Dashwood, I really liked her character. She seemly had everything under control with trying to hide her true feelings and everything. She’s sensible. She managed to keep the family afloat even though everything wasn’t going the way she thought it would. I really liked her character! 🙂


Emma Thompson is my personal favorite actress.

Emma Thompson in S&S (1995)


You can take this Jane Austen Character Quiz yourself see which one you are most like HERE

Or do you already know who you are most like I would like to know in the comments below! 🙂



Stay Tuned!!~A Jane Austen Inspired Week!~

Jane Austen really did have high standards. Ladies, pass on the Wickham...wait for the Darcy. (He need not have an estate, but he should be of good character!!!)                                                                                                            So do I! 😉Pride and Prejudice- oh, how i love this movie.                                                                                                                             P&P-2005Pride-and-Prejudice-1995-pride-and-prejudice-1995-16523905-299-212.jpg (299×212)                                                                                                                                    P&P-1995



Hello everyone!!


Coming up next is my version of a Jane Austen Inspired Week! I’m going to try to post Jane Austen Inspired posts this week. If not everyday then most of the days this week! I’ve been planning it for a long time and I can’t wait!!

I’m very excited about it and I hope you will be too!! 🙂



~Book Cover Love!!!~

Pre-order! You're not charged until it ships!  Set in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, book one of The Amish Classics series is a retelling of Pride and Prejudice, covering the same issues of manners, upbringing, morality, education, and marriage within the Amish community.

First Impressions by  Sarah Price

Book release date: May 6,2014 

A little bit about the book.

Set in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, book one of The Amish Classics series is a retelling of Pride and Prejudice, covering the same issues of manners, upbringing, morality, education, and marriage within the Amish community.

~My Thoughts~

I had seen this book cover a while back. I’m so curious as to how the author is going to mix  the  Pride and Prejudice storyline with the Amish culture. To me they are two different worlds. I’m all in for something different though!  I had just recently re- read Pride and Prejudice earlier this year, and now I’m ready to read other books that are variations or based off of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. I never read anything by this author. This book looks pretty promising if you like Amish stories as well!


While Love Stirs (The Gregory Sisters, #2)

While Love Stirs by Lorna Seilstad

Book release date: May 6, 2014

About the Book:

After graduating from Fannie Farmer’s School of Cookery in 1910, Charlotte Gregory is ready to stir things up. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to travel, lecture, and give cooking demonstrations on the very latest kitchen revolution–the gas stove–and certainly doesn’t mind that the gas company has hired the handsome Lewis Mathis to perform at her lectures. Lewis encourages her work, especially her crusade to introduce fresh, appetizing, nutritious food to those convalescing in hospitals. But young hospital superintendent Dr. Joel Brooks is not convinced any changes should be made–especially by this outspoken young woman.

When Charlotte and Joel are coerced into planning a fund-raising gala for the hospital, will this combustible pair explode?

Fan favorite Lorna Seilstad is back with a breezy, lighthearted love triangle that will keep readers guessing. Attention to historic detail adorns the timeless story of a young woman looking for true love and making her way in a rapidly changing world.

~ My Thoughts~

I’m sooo excited about reading this book! I really enjoyed reading the first one, “When Love Calls” . If you haven’t read it yet, I encourage you to do so you won’t regret it! The cover on this book is pretty as well! Can’t wait!



Out of the Ruins, Golden Gate Chronicles Series #1   -     By: Karen Barnett


Out of the Ruins by Karen Barnett

Book Release Date: May 6,2014

About the Book:

While her sister lies on her deathbed, Abby Fischer prays for a miracle. What Abby doesn’t expect, however, is for God’s answer to come in the form of the handsome Dr. Robert King, whose experimental treatment is risky at best.

As they work together toward a cure, Abby’s feelings for Robert become hopelessly entangled. Separated by the tragedy of the mighty San Francisco earthquake, their relationship suddenly takes a back seat to survival. With fires raging throughout the city, Abby fears for her life as she flees alone through burning streets. Where is God now? Will Robert find Abby, even as the world burns around them? Or has their love fallen with the ruins of the city?


~My Thoughts~

This one looks interesting. I’ve never read anything by this author but her stories look very promising. I like it when authors use historical events and incorporate it into the story. I think that  it really gives the story more depth and purpose to it. If anyone has ever read,  “Into the Whirlwind” by Elizabeth Camden you know what I’m talking about!


(These are just some of the books that are going to be released soon)


Happy Reading! 🙂

Is there a book that you’re excited about that’s not out yet? Or are you reading an exciting book?