Thursday, August 25, 2016
Twenty years ago, the fall of Fort William Henry a redcoat named Reginald Aubrey stole a newborn baby boy a light-skinned Oneida twin and raised him as his own. Those connected to Reginald had fallout from this crime. His adopted daughter Anna, Stone Thrower, the Native American father determined to get his son returned back to him, Two Hawks William's twin brother and the man Anna is in love with, Lydia who wants Reginald to return her live. William discovers the truth about his birth and hides in the ranks of the British army. Redcoats prepare to attack frontier New York and the Continentals aided by Two Hawks and the Oneida warriors rally to defend it. Two families separated by culture and united by live and faith, rhey must find a way to reclaim the son marching toward them in the ranks if their enemies. Will these families be reconciled or be destroyed? Will Anna and Two Hawks finally begin a life together? Will Stone Thrower finally be reunited with his son? Will Reginald return Lydia's love? Pick up a copy and folow A FLIGHT OF ARROWS. Good reading.
I received a complimentary copy from Blogging For Books for this review.
Eric Nash had just arrived in Hope Harbor and was in a fender bender with a pickup truck. BJ Stevens was the driver of the pickup truck. An architect who unknown to him is doing construction work on his father's home and the place that has been his home for eighteen years. Eric is an attorney who gas been dismissed from his jib and is in limbo for a job. He tries to plan his next career move in peace but is distracted constantly by noise, chaos and by BJ Stevens. After a romance gone bad, BJ Stevens is not interested in dating. But the electricity that flies when the two are together is hard to ignore. They join together to help the older residents of Hope Harbor, what sparks will fly? Will they find healing and hope in HOPE HARBOR. Pick up a copy today. Irene Hannon, you've done it again. Romance, compassion and love. It's a page-turner.
I received a complimentary copy from Revell Reads for this review.
Sunday, August 14, 2016
Beauty is a curse
This is the second book I have read by Angela Hunt, and I am now a fan. This book was exquisite, moving and compassionate. She put Delilah on a new light, a more humane light, that of a woman caught up in a situation she had to find a way out of. She showed a daughter, mother and woman in love. It shows how the thirst for revenge can have a great impact on your life and others around you. Delilah's father had died when his ship sank.
Delilah's mother had just been married three months to a Philistine businessman who had shone her nothing but compassion and thoughtfulness, unlike his son, who never spoke a kind word. Delilah's stepfather, Adinai, died and her stepbrother, Achish, took over the estate. Delilah's mother couldn't prove Adinai had married her. Achish starting treating Delilah and her mother like slaves. Her mother was of Egyptian descent and her skin was black, Delilah was Egyptian and Crete descent and had skin the color of mud. He sold Delilah's mother as a slave and took her as his concubine. He begins to abuse her. How to escape from this prison. Who would help her? Travel along with Delilah and see where her life goes. While Delilah is going through changes in her life, Samson is also having problems, his marriage is ill-fated and his bride and father-in-law are killed. How do Delilah and Samson's life cross? What surprises are along the way? Pick up a copy today and be enthralled. You will not be able to put it down. Keep up the good work, Angela. Looking forward to your next book.
I received a complimentary copy from Bethany House Publishing for this review