Archive for the ‘B&H Books’ Category

Romantic Times gives Julie Carobini’s new novel, A Shore Thing, a 4-star rating and says, “There is a lot of depth in this romance.” Learn more at Advertisements

As a participant in Supreme Court confirmations as a member of the United States Senate, I know The Confirmation weaves a tale that, while fictional, is true.  Ralph Reed shines a bright light on the backroom deals, special-interest-group pleading and the politics of personal destruction that plague judicial confirmations, but he does so in a […]

Havah: The Story of Eve is a wonderful re-telling of the dawn of mankind from Eve’s viewpoint. Tosca nicely imagines the life of Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden and writes the story with an excellent literary prose which is bound to captivate readers. As a result of their decision to eat the […]

Other reviews have highlighted the similarities between this book and a certain little bestseller, but I will just come out and say it: Rooms is better than The Shack. It probes theological ideas in a way that doesn’t leave you confused and scratching your head, but instead examining your heart. Reviewed by James Andrew Wilson […]

The story line is not your typical one, and I mean that in a very good way. It’s not at all predictable, but wonderfully engaging with suspense and plenty of twists and turns. The writing is wonderful, the story line keeps you hooked from beginning to end, and the characters will steal your heart. Bryn […]

“Once in a Blue Moon is an intriguing tale of a woman who never came to grips with the sudden death of her mother forty years ago and now has a chance for closure if she can obtain the truth; that is if anyone living knows the truth as Howard spins a conspiracy tale. Falling […]

Rooms is being touted as another great among Christian allegories, such as Dinner with A Perfect Stranger or The Shack. I believe it will be the Twenty-first Century’s Hind’s Feet on High Places or Pilgrim’s Progress. Following Micah’s journey of discovery is an eye-opening – or perhaps I should say a soul-stirring – experience. As […]

Rubart’s novel takes an amazing, unique look at God. Although the story is fast paced, the author leaves room for contemplation and deeper examination into the reader’s own faith journey. Readers will relate to the main characters and draw parallels. —Melissa Parcel

  Deliver Us From Evil is a fast-paced story centered around Brannon Callahan, a female search and rescue pilot whose path collides with U. S. Marshall, Roark Holland.  When a government witness comes forth and attempts to provide evidence to the FBI regarding an ongoing child-trafficking ring, he is mysteriously shot on the grounds of […]

Her descriptions are vivid, and her attention to detail is keen.  She does a wonderful job in transporting the reader into the lives of the characters, and making you care about them