Sunday, March 20, 2016

Mistakenly Married by Victorine Lieske

A lighthearted clean romance with a nerdy twist, you're in for treat! You can get it HERE
If you are in the mood for a lighthearted romance, this has got to be it! This book is clean, but passionate. I don't want to delve into the plot too much, I don't want to ruin it for anybody. Lets just say its the typical boy meets girl, boy marry's girl the same day he meets her and boy regrets marrying said girl. This book had me giggling into the middle of the night when I was forced to put it down due to interrupting the sleep of my husband. I probably would have read it all in one night if he would have let me! I recommend this book for all ages and appreciate the fact that there are no swear words, innuendos or sex. The main character Penny is in fact a girl after my own heart. She is a fangirl through and through. A nerd on many levels and complete klutz. You will laugh with her, get frustrated when she doesn't see what is clearly right in front of her face and celebrate with her. Go buy this book... NOW!

Friday, January 22, 2016

Three Trails To Ilgorn by Roger Huff

This clean read will tickle your adventurous bone while turning your mind to the Savior. You can find the book HERE
I started this book with little understanding of what it was about, so the plot unfolding before me caused me to think and ponder not just the words, but the meaning the author put behind them. This novel follows the story of a royal family who is torn apart by an evil man, Raphical. Throughout this story I began to draw lines and links between the plot and stories that I know from the Bible. The story unfolded in a way much like the writing of CS Lewis, never really pointing directly to religion, but subtly exploring the beliefs of all Christians. I believe that this book will appeal not only to the avid Christian reader, but also to those who love a good adventure book. The plot, while indirectly tying itself to the Bible did not shout morals or a specific theology. It was overall an enjoyable read that kept me interested and caused me to think. I would recommend this book to any age, specifically targeting the young adult and middle grades.