Dreaming Sophia by Melissa Muldoon | Book Spotlight and Giveaway

Dreaming Sophia is a magical look into Italy, language, art, and culture. It is a story about turning dreams into reality and learning to walk the fine line between fact and fantasy. When tragedy strikes, Sophia finds herself alone in the world, without direction and fearful of loving again. With only her vivid imagination to… More Dreaming Sophia by Melissa Muldoon | Book Spotlight and Giveaway

Claiming Noah by Amanda Ortlepp

From Goodreads: This riveting debut novel of psychological suspense explores the dilemmas that arise when motherhood and science collide.   Claiming Noah by Amanda Ortlepp Published by Center Street on July 5, 2016 Source: Publisher via NetGalley Pages: Kindle edition, 384 pages Available from Amazon | Barnes & Noble   FTC Disclosure: I received a copy of Claiming Noah from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for a… More Claiming Noah by Amanda Ortlepp

The Effects of Light: A Novel by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore | Review

  Blending themes of lost innocence, sexual awakening, and triumph over loss, The Effects Of Light follows in the tradition of such bestselling first novels as Girl with a Pearl Earring (Dutton/Plume, 1999), and the #1 New York Times bestseller The Lovely Bones (Little, Brown, 2002), with over 2.8 million hardcover copies in print. –… More The Effects of Light: A Novel by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore | Review

The Sale of Woodhouse Glass by K.J. Watters | Blurb Blitz and Giveaway}

  “Touching and intelligent, The Sale of Woodhouse Glass isn’t your ordinary romance. Kali Woodhouse is a widowed mother-of-two who spends her days running her deceased husband’s business, Woodhouse Glass, and flirting with the town police officer, who is exactly right for her in every way. He’s certainly a better choice than the bad-boy, screw-up… More The Sale of Woodhouse Glass by K.J. Watters | Blurb Blitz and Giveaway}

The Thread That Binds by Alice Hayes {Review & Giveaway}

Sherice is a new mother, a sonographer, quilter, and wife; an overworked young woman whose elderly mother is slipping away from her. Sylvie is a newlywed and recent immigrant, unemployed and virtually penniless. Her husband’s paycheck can’t even cover prenatal care, let alone a baby, and her due date is only drawing nearer… Joanne’s unconventional… More The Thread That Binds by Alice Hayes {Review & Giveaway}