From the wild west to the wilds of Russia—here are two heart-pounding action-adventure romances worth a read. This month’s books feature characters who have a gentle and vulnerable side, but will fight like lions for justice, their lives, and most of all, for a chance at love!
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In the Non-Fiction Corner with Lauren: The Law of Love
When I first picked up The Law of Love by Steve Young, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised at what a delight this book was! If you love football, General Conference, or strengthening your relationships, this is the perfect book for you. Drawing on his many unique life experiences, Young shares a lifetime of knowledge on how to love bigger.
A Month for Daring Romances!
This month’s Book Chat features two romances with heroes and heroines who dare to face the unexpected curves on their road to love!
In the Non-Fiction Corner with Lauren: “When It Doesn’t Make Sense”
John Bytheway does it again with his timely and relevant book When It Doesn’t Make Sense. With stories and insights that are relatable to all ages, this book is a must-have for anyone who has had gospel questions or wondered why life isn’t “fair.”
The Perfect Mystery to Begin Your New Reading Year
If you love historical mysteries, you will want to make time to read “Secret of the Sonnets” by Samantha Hastings. It’s a great way to start your new year! Ms. Hastings is a new-to-me author and I really enjoyed her writing style, witty conversation, and balance of mystery and romance.
Great Books to Gift the Reader on Your List!
I have read some really wonderful books this year and I’ve loved sharing so many of them with you all on Book Chat with Julie! With Christmas just around the corner, I’d like to recommend a few of the books I’ll be buying for the readers on my Christmas list this year.
In the Non-Fiction Corner with Lauren: Not Original Sin, But “Original Grace”
After recently losing his father, Miller combines lessons learned from his dad with what he has found about grace in all of his studies. The author’s premise in Original Grace is that instead of original sin, God gives us original grace. God doesn’t give us what we deserve, God always gives us what we need.