Favorite New Novels

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It’s not often that I read a novel that captivates me, but this fall and winter, I’ve read three provocative, well-written, and inspirational novels that have sent me on a remarkable journey far removed from boxes, potty training, and deadlines. If you’re looking for a great book to read this spring, I highly recommend:

Coldwater Revival (Nancy Jo Jenkins)
Every beautifully written sentence in this book painted a picture. Every scene transported me back in time to the tragedy and triumph in the soft heart of the main character, Emma Grace. The author’s passion for this story is palpable, and I savored every word.

Finding Faith (Denise Hunter)
If you read this novel, prepare yourself for an incredible ride. The story is about adoption, abortion, love, and grace with a twist that stunned me. Thankfully I started it on a Sunday afternoon because I literally couldn’t put it down.

Freefall (Kristen Heitzmann)
This romantic suspense grabbed me on the first page. A woman emerging from the base of a waterfall. Stunned. With amnesia. She hikes through a dense forest on Kauai and stumbles into the yard of a woman who changes her life.

And then, of course, there’s a terrific novel called Together for Good…but I can’t remember that author’s name.

Happy reading!

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  • Vennessa

    “And then, of course, there’s a terrific novel called Together for Good…but I can’t remember that author’s name.”

    Oh, Oh! *raises hand*

    I know!

    🙂

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