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Month: September 2016

Now available! War of the Heart by Jenna Victoria

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Release Date: October 9, 2016

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Title: War of the Heart

Sub title: A Snow Globe Romance

Publisher: Forget Me Not Romances

Blurb:  When a vintage snow globe sends Boston dress designer Louise Martin & British B&B owner George Walker back in time to London, December 1940, they race against the clock to reconcile a feud between their families and solve a 75-year-old mystery. As Louise relies on God; and on George for guidance, friendship then love, will the future George envisions strangle her own dreams? Will their love survive generations of mistrust, the Blitz and being stranded in wartime 1940, possibly never to return to their former lives?



#christianromance #WWII #Blitzmas

#london #christmas #mystery #novella





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Say it with Roses by Debra Ullrick


on April 23, 2016
Living a stone’s throw from NYC I enjoyed the realistic unfolding of a love story taking place in the largest, busiest city in the world. You could say that Central Park was another character in this charming novella. Rebecca and Neil both have heart-aches and baggage that need to be unpacked before they can find happiness with one another and peace in their relationship with God. The author convincingly illustrates how stepping forward in faith brings restoration after painful events occur. I enjoyed the flower theme and how it tied into theology that was neither overblown or pablum. I will definitely look to read other novellas in this flower series.
I received a gift copy of this book in return for an honest review.
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A girl with a beautiful mind…


By Jenna22 on September 18, 2016

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EJ McCay has a deft hand with dialogue and mastery over the stream of consciousness experienced by protagonist Lilly James in Broken Like Glass. Lilly is one of the walking wounded, who has experienced far too many of life’s harshest and heartbreaking body-blows. On the outside, all appears fine, until she returns home for the weekend after many many years away, and stabs her adoptive father in the Safeway. As she begins to deeply converse inwardly with Papa, her nickname for God, who has been her only rock in an unsteady world… and in an “okay” life (not a happy life) it brings Lilly on a journey of self discovery. Along with God’s use of Lilly’s childhood crush Uriah Pendleton and other former friends she embraces and rejects transformation of those jagged, broken pieces inside her shattered soul. Highly recommend.
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Snow Globe Reunion by Christina Lorenzen


5.0 out of 5 starsLose yourself in a time travel romance, July 21, 2016

By jenna22

Snow Globe Reunion by Christina Lorenzen

Stranded by a snowstorm, Carrie Sanders is left holding a bag an old woman she’d been talking to left behind in the airport coffee shop. Mystified by the woman’s disappearance, she sits on the bench staring at the snow globe that was in the bag.
Inside the glittery snowy world it’s Christmas during the 1940s. Fighting sleep, the next thing she knows she’s in the arms of the soldier she last saw skating on the pond in the snow globe. He’s no stranger, but the boy next door who never forgot her. Look for all the books in the Snow Globe Christmas Collection

Christmas at Raccoon Creek
Christmas Wish
Snow Globe Romance
Love in Little Snow
Snow Globe Reunion
War of the Heart


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This review is from: Snow Globe Reunion (Snow Globe Christmas Collection) (Kindle Edition)

I adore well-written sweet romance novellas that bring you into a kinder, gentler world – when you’re short on time but want to read something quick and heartwarming – well, Snow Globe Reunion delivers with an extra special twist…it brings you from the current to small town 1940’s at the holidays and is compatible with my preference for love stories that include a faith thread. My heart swelled with love as Ms. Lorenzen’s characters interacted with long-passed loved ones (think “Peggy Sue Got Married” but twenty years earlier) and the author skillfully brings into the page how that era’s Christmas celebrations look and feel …spot-on in our imagination, and getting heroine back in time is done quite well. I won’t divulge if she returns to the current world or not- that’s one of the mysteries you need to solve by reading but there are sure compelling reasons for her to stay put….and return to 2916 so …will Carrie and Jimmy have a snow globe reunion? Enjoy finding out, as I did.

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Return to an old fashioned Christmas

By Jenna22 on September 7, 2016

Format: Paperback Verified Purchase

I read lots of Christmas stories as it is my favorite holiday. I especially love the movie It’s A Wonderful Life, because of its hometown feel and sentiments of friendship, self sacrifice and love and that’s exactly how I imagined “Love in Little Snow” by Lovely Christian Romance Press, would be like when I ordered a paperback copy – and I wasn’t disappointed.51jx2oh-3ul-_sy344_bo1204203200_

Author Katrina Hart has written a sweet romantic story set in a fictitious town with lots of old fashioned customs and holiday delights but more than that she introduces us to Bailey Cartwrite who is suffering grief and loss at Christmas time.

Like George Bailey in my favorite film, Bailey Cartwrite is disoriented when an angel like character (won’t say who due to spoilers) drops him in an unfamiliar snow globe world.
In that world he has another chance for happiness.
As sweet tender moments unfold between Bailey and Holly, a heroine with sorrows of her own – you can sense the healing power of love and prayer taking place.

The festivities of Christmas are on full display as well as seeing the gradual awareness that Bailey must choose his own path. What will he decide?

As the minister says in the book,
“God works his own magic, it’s up to us to choose to embrace it.”

Nicely written, I enjoyed the faith-based content and how emotions were realistic.

This one is for my keeper shelf.

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