Book Review: "In His Eyes" by Peggy L. Henderson & Final Days of the #WIPLinebyLine Writing Challenge
I've been pounding the pages, so to speak, to get caught up on my reading goal over at Goodreads. I am doing well now. It's a good thing! I can't wait to share this book review with you. I truly enjoyed 'In His Eyes' a sweet, frontier romance by Peggy L. Henderson. You can visit her blog here to check out more of her work.
Book Review: "In His Eyes" by Peggy L. Henderson
In His Eyes by Peggy L. Henderson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
'In His Eyes' was a fun frontier romance which I found to be very well done. When I first saw the series title, I thought of a much used topic. I was pleasantly surprised to find the word 'blemished' referring to something else entirely in this case. I haven't read many book which include a character overcoming some kind of physical disability, but I tend to love them when I come across them. This story is one of the best I've encountered so far.
The characters are well done and relatable. I had no problem putting myself in their shoes. You can tell the author put in the time and effort to do the research and refine the work when you read such a seamless story.
Overall, this book was well done. I loved it and would recommend it to readers who enjoy sweet romance, historical romance, and books with characters who overcome what others may call a handicap.
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I know I'm back to short reviews again. I hope to put more into these as I keep reading and get better at expressing my thoughts and feelings about each book.
Summertime Giveaway #5: It's Your Last Chance!
Have you had a chance to enter this week's Summertime Giveaway? There are only a few hours left and you don't want to miss out. Click here to do that now! You could win a copy of another of my favorite books: "The Last Sin Eater" by Francine Rivers. It's used but in good condition and there are more awesome items in the prize package. What are you waiting for? (Open to US residents and military members 18+ years old only!)
Final Days of the #WIPLinebyLine Writing Challenge
I know I've said it before but I usually get my photos from Pixabay these days, though I still sometimes visit Pexels. Kudos go out to Karen Nadine who created the crying autumn girl photo. I'm not sure who created the teddy bear photo. But you can find them if you visit Pixabay and use these search terms: 'bear'; 'tears'; 'sundial'; 'jewelry'; 'fissure'. The blue-tint abstract photo is one I made using the Mirrorlab app. You can create some really weird photos with that one. Good stuff!
So for the month of August, I'm participating in these challenges: (My apologies if I tagged the wrong IG account because I mixed up a '.' with a '_'. Yikes! In any case, all these accounts are great follows on IG. Check them out!)
Melody Kittles writes fantasy fiction under the name Robin McElveen. She loves God, her family, the arts, a warm cup of coffee or tea, visiting friends, and collecting coffee & Pusheen items.
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