Monday, December 30, 2013

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

Guess what...Its Monday! What are you reading this week? This is a weekly event to list the books completed last week, the books currently being reading, and the books to be finish this week. It is hosted by  Book Journey. 

I have been traveling the past couple of weeks so not  a lot has changed. Still working on these three books and hope to have them done soon. As well as some reviews. Thanks for stopping by. 


What I Read Last Week:  

A Ruby Christmas by Jerusha Agen, Dianne E. Butts, Jennifer Fromke, Marji Laine, Fay Lamb, J.A.Marx, Ruth O'Neil, Phee Paradise, and Debbie Roome

Amish Christmas on Goose Pond by Samantha Jillian Bayarr 



Last Weeks Reviews: 

What I Am Reading:  

YOU ARE Loved by Darlene Sala
It’s true that life is hard. But it’s equally true that God is good! Popular author Darlene Sala will refresh your heart with that message in this new devotional. This beautifully packaged, 90-entry follow-up to her recent devotional You Are Blessed will show God’s heart for you, His concern for the trials and struggles you face. Addressing issues such as loneliness, stress, aging, and money, Sala (author of Created for a Purpose and Encouraging Words for Women) reminds you that God is always watching, listening, and loving. When you’re feeling tired and drained by life, find strength in the Bible-based encouragement of You Are Loved.  

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 The Best Gift by Wendy Markham
When Clara wakes up on Christmas morning next to her husband Drew, she's filled with joy because she has the perfect present: she's seven weeks pregnant with their first child.

But no sooner does Clara tell Drew the news than an earthquake strikes in nearby San Francisco. The next thing Clara knows she's waking up in bed-alone-and discovers she's three years in the future. Where is her husband and what has happened to the child she was expecting? Clara is no stranger to unusual occurrences, but the last thing on her Christmas list was to time travel...again.   


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 Huckleberry Hill by Jennifer Beckstrand 
In her parents’ estimation, LIA SHETLER is the most unpromising girl in her Amish community. As her dat often reminds her, she is too tall for most boys, and with her mousy brown hair and grossly scarred fingers, how can she ever hope to find a husband? With her family dismissing her as an old maid before she even reaches the ripe old age of twenty-four, her most important job is watching out for younger sister, Rachel, and seeing to it that Rachel marries well. That is until Felty and Anna Helmuth introduce Lia to their grandson, Moses, and she can’t ignore her racing pulse when he is near. Will Moses awaken the heart she locked away long ago?

At twenty-six, MOSES ZIMMERMAN, is a bit long in the tooth for a single Amish fellow. Three years ago, his fianc√© abandoned him and left the Church, and he promised her he’d wait for her return. But, his scheming grandparents make other plans. Moses tries to resist their meddling, but this time, their plans include someone who is tall enough to look him in the eye, someone whose soul is as beautiful as her staggeringly lovely face, and someone who might help him trade the painful past for a hopeful future. 

 
So, that's what I'm reading...What are you reading this week? 
And as always, Happy Reading.....


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