8. Lady in Waiting by Susan Meissner.
I forgot to include this book last month. Oops. I really liked the duel storyline. It was well thought out so it wasn’t confusing and I liked both storylines so much, that I couldn’t pick a favorite. They complimented each other very well. Read my full review for more information.
9. Bathsheba by Jill Eileen Smith
As always, I loved this book, too. This series has caused me to recognize more of the story of David when I hear it, or see it and I LOVE being able to make connections between obscure references. I’m kind of a dork like that. I also liked how she made me feel sorry for Bathsheba. I had always thought she was a seductress, but this book made me feel like what she did could happen to anyone who didn’t guard their hear. You can read my full review if you are interested.
10. Unplanned: The Dramatic True Story of a Former Planned Parenthood Leader’s Eye-Opening Journey across the Life Line by Abby Johnson
This was a great pro-life book that painted the people who worked at PP as people who truly wanted to help others. I never thought that people who worked there were as bad as what they do, but now I feel the need to pray that they SEE the whole picture. Wonderful book.
11. Dakota Child by Linda Ford
This was a free book I got as part of the Harlequin Ambassador program. It was an okay story…typical Harlequin Historical romance.
12. Love Amid the Ashes by Mesu Andrews
Another great biblical fiction book, this time about Lot. I wasn’t familiar with much of that story before reading it, but I will be now! Another fabulous book — look for my full review on Thursday.
13. Fasting by Scot McKnight
An interesting discussion of the how & why of fasting as a spiritual discipline. Look for my review in a week or two.
What have you been reading lately?
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