Since I’ve gotten behind on blogging, I am way behind on book reviews. So, I will list the books I have read recently. Hopefully I will find time to write proper reviews on these in the near future. In the meantime, here are books I have read recently…
|Flies on the Butter
By Denise Hildreth / Thomas Nelson
When Rose Fletcher left Mullins, South Carolina, she shook the dust off her feet. But now she’s got her car pointed South and her foot on the gas, racing for the past hoping to leave her present troubles behind.
|Let Them Eat Cake, French Twist Series #1
By Sandra Byrd / WaterBrook Press
Lexi Stuart earned a master’s degree in French Studies—but can’t find employment. So she moves back in with her parents, takes a job at a Seattle cafe, and becomes attracted to the owner, Luc—until disaster strikes! Will Lexi let God replace her dreams with the plans he has for her? 304 pages, softcover from Waterbrook.
|The Wedding Machine
By Beth Webb Hart / Thomas Nelson
The weddings of Jasper, South Carolina, have been run for years by four women respectfully dubbed “The Wedding Machine.” This summer the daughters and sons of these four women are each being “married off” (to some unlikely characters!) and the gears of the machine begin to grind to a surprising halt.
|Trouble the Water
By Nicole Seitz / Thomas Nelson
With a dark secret eating away at her soul, Honor Maddox wants to re-create herself—again. But life’s fine for older sister Alice. Or so she tells herself, until Honor’s imminent death from cancer causes her to re-examine things. Will an eccentric woman who bares herself to the world help them both find God’s healing? 304 pages, softcover from Nelson.
|A Mile in My Flip-Flops
By Melody Carlson / WaterBrook Press
With a freshly broken heart, Gretchen Hanover swaps her wedding plans for home improvement shows—she’s going to flip a house! But when the place turns out to be in worse condition than she realized, her retired contractor father needs help and calls in carpenter Noah Campbell. A whimsical look at building relationships and renovating hearts! 336 pages, softcover from Waterbrook.
By Eric Wilson / Thomas Nelson
Jay Austin wants to sell cars in the worst way—and that’s exactly how he conducts business at his dealership. His manipulative behavior spoils his relationships—even his family can’t trust him. But as he restores a classic auto, he comes face-to-face with a startling reality—God’s restoration! Will he take the road to redemption? 320 pages, softcover from Nelson.