Showing posts from November, 2014

At Bluebonnet Lake by Amanda Cabot

At Bluebonnet Lake by Amanda Cabot (Revell 2014)
Number one in the Texas Crossroads books, At Bluebonnet Lake is the first contemporary novel by Amanda Cabot that I've read.
I have always enjoyed her western historical novels and at first I was little unsure of the change of setting and time. But my hesitation was unwarranted.
Her book was truly a delight. The characters Kate, Sally, and Greg were well defined and complex. Their growth was naturally occurring and the budding romance filtered in slowly and took hold.
The relationship between Kate and Greg was not a fast paced romance. It grew slowly and beautifully like the flowers of Texas. The love between Kate and her grandmother, Sally, showed the beauty of unconditional family love.
When it comes to Amanda Cabot, I have found that none of her books disappoint.
This contemporary romance is a winner and I'm sure anyone who loves beautiful romance would enjoy this one.
At Bluebonnet Lake is an Amanda Cabot 5-star.

A Lady's Honor by Laurie Alice Eakes

A Lady's Honor by Laurie Alice Eakes (Zondervan 2014)
Of all of Laurie Alice Eakes' books that I have read, I have not found a book I did not like; and I am in still in search of a four-star book of hers.
A Lady's Honor delighted and intrigued me. Her exceptional descriptions landed me in the 1811 countryside. Her emotional dialogue left me breathless.
There were enough twists and revelations that kept the story pushing forward. Never a dull moment. Never a slow passage.
Laurie Alice Eakes never disappoints and always seem to go one step higher in her writing. She's an author to always have on your shelves. Vivid imagery, historically accurate, and pure emotions make this book a top winner.
This is a short review, but there's only three words to describe this A Lady's Honor: OUTSTANDING, WONDERFUL, and DELIGHTFUL!