I'm finishing up my feature on independent author Leah Atwood's books this week. If you missed the previous posts, you can find those by scrolling down the page or clicking here to read the first, here to read the second, and here to read last week's feature. I've done my best to read both her historical and contemporary romances to give you a sense of her range. Please do check out her work if you enjoy cozy, inspirational romance novels which leave you with a happy feeling at the end.
So let's get to that final review!
Book Review: Misconstrued Matrimony by Leah Atwood
Misconstrued Matrimony by Leah Atwood
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
What a fun read! This inspirational romance story was perfect for a cozy night in. It was short and easy to read. The plot was believable. The characters were also developed well enough for the amount of story they shared with us. It would be interesting to know more about them and how life progressed for them but what I read was good. It was well worth the price I paid for it.
If you enjoy historical romance, western romance, sweet romance, inspirational romance, or clean short stories, you might enjoy this little novellette.
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I know my review was short. It's hard to write a review on a novella, novelette, or short story because you don't want to give away any of the high points. I'd just encourage you to check it out and give her story a chance.
#CurrentlyReading: What is Reformed Theology? Understanding the Basics by R.C. Sproul
When I was in high school, I ran far and fast away from books by R.C. Sproul. His book on ethics seemed so dry and lofty. And it was...for a high schooler who preferred fantasy books to nonfiction any day. But as I've grown older, I see the merit in his work and am better able to understand the words on the pages. My husband and I are reading this one together and enjoying the discussions it sparks. The photo below is linked to the Goodreads page for the book. You can check out the organization he founded by clicking here.
#TBR: Never Date a Siren by Byrd Nash
I follow Byrd Nash on Instagram and really enjoy watching her IGTV broadcasts when I have time. She shares such helpful information and insights on writing! If you don't follow her yet, do check her out. Click here to visit her website and click here to check out her IG profile. The photo below is linked to the Goodreads page where you can read more about this book and check out what other people thought of it.
I hope you see something here that sparks your interest. I'd love to hear about it if you do! Feel free to leave comments below.
Also, be sure to visit next month when I'll go back to posting random book reviews. It'll be March so I may try to share books set in the world of the fae. I'll keep on sharing something I'm currently reading and something from my TBR list so you can check those out, too, if you like.
See you soon!
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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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