Posts Tagged ‘Fiction’

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 PureEnjoyment.com. http://www.bhpublishinggroup.com/fiction/books.asp?p=9780805448757


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 […]


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


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 http://andrealschultz.blogspot.com/2010/02/once-in-blue-moon-by-leanna-ellis-book.html


I found this story to be very engaging – both in its many action sequences and in its human interactions.  Mrs. Caroll does a wonderful job in bringing her readers right into the action.  In fact, I think this book would make a thrilling movie! http://andrealschultz.blogspot.com/2010/03/deliver-us-from-evil-by-robin-caroll.html


  “Rooms is an extraordinary read. It’s a time- and mind-bending exploration of regret and redemption, expertly crafted by a new and talented author. Part The Screwtape Letters, part The Shack, and all James Rubart’s fresh, authoritative voice, Rooms manages to at once entertain and stir thoughts about how our temporal decisions affect us for […]


“Caroll knows what suspense readers want: brave characters in exciting occupations, nonstop action, political intrigue and a dose of romance for that added zing. Even when readers figure out the villain, they will stay riveted to their seats as the plot unfolds.” Romantic Times, February 2010


“Deliver Us from Evil is grace-filled storytelling and strong suspense at its best!” Reviewed by Dale Lewis


  “Deliver Us From Evil (4.5 stars) Caroll knows what suspense readers want: brave characters in exciting occupations, nonstop action, political intrigue and a dose of romance for that added zing. Even when readers figure out the villain, they will stay riveted to their seats as the plot unfolds. A keeper! —Chandra McNeil Romantic Times […]