Review: Better Together (Sweet Haven Farm Book 1) by Jessie Gussman

Synopsis: Love kindles when a fake engagement brings best friends together. World Champion snowboarder, Wyatt Fernandez, should be hitting the slopes in the Andes and spending his days teaching as the new ski instructor. But an emergency means he’s heading off the family’s tree farm with his best friend, Harper. She’s too busy with her books…

Review : And Then I Met Margaret by Rob White

Synopsis: From humble beginnings, Rob White went on to become very successful in the real estate and restaurant business. At the same time that he began enjoying material wealth, he experienced a deepening feeling of inner emptiness. So he sought out world-class gurus to help him understand better how to live a full, rich life. However,…

Review – Goodbye Bombay by Gry Finsnes

  Synopsis: Bombay in 1980, India’s business centre, was a swirl of parties mixing all religions and nationalities. The Norwegian lawyer Christine is married but falls in love with the good-looking Parsee Zarin. They meet in a houseboat in Srinagar and declare their love in the Mogul gardens, but this is just the beginning of a…

Review – Afternoon by Robert Lampros

Synopsis: Afternoon is a novella told from the perspective of Andrew, a teenager who we watch learn about courage, faith in Jesus Christ, and growing up in a surreal and challenging world. This is my second book I have read by this author and I like his writing style. It is vivid and brings the characters…

Review- The Jesus Command: The Mark of Discipleship by Matthew Milam II

Synopsis:The Jesus Command describes all the different ways that a person can show their love to another person through teaching and discipleship. It also discusses how this is journey and process that is improved over the course of one’s life. The Jesus Command is the command to love one another as God and Jesus loves…

Review – Fits of Tranquility by Robert Lampros

Synopsis: Fits of Tranquility is a book of poetry and prose about hope, healing, perseverance, and joy, as well as faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and falling in love. The book is divided into two parts : 21 poems on different subjects from healing to joy and stories about falling in love. I liked…

Review- Soaring: Living Empowered and Joyful by Matti Dobbs, Ph. D.

Synopsis: Soaring offers a step-by-step guide for individuals who want to achieve personal and professional success beyond limits. Using the twelve Flight Lessons in Soaring you can ignite more joy and happiness, visualize and achieve infinite possibilities and much more! I found this to be an inspirational and uplifting read. I think we often forget that…

Review – Afterlife by Tim Gurung

Synopsis: Afterlife follows the journey of Enos Bronte when his life here on earth ends. Enos experiences loneliness, weakness, fear, hope and even utter exhaustion as he crosses different landscapes to meet his maker and be reborn again. It is the story of one such mind that would take readers into not only weird, eerie and scary…

Review-MOMO by Kevin M. Kraft

Synposis:  MOMO is based on Kevin M. Kraft’s award-winning screenplay on the fractured relationship between a father and son. Mark Taylor thinks a weekend at the family cabin in the Missouri woodland is the perfecting bonding opportunity with his son, Evan. But as darkness falls, their stay becomes a terrifying fight for survival against a…