Books Read and Enjoyed January 2, 2020

It seems, today is not a good day for free or bargain books but there is a long list of read-and-enjoyed books to talk about, so let’s get to it.

Three Days in Heaven, I think this is probably my favorite story on this list. Although I haven’t refreshed my memory about the others yet, to verify this statement. For sure it is one of my favorites.

I didn’t know what to expect with this story. How would he handle this subject matter. Would his treatment of the idea make sense? Would the characters and their actions come across as believable? I think he did a great job on all aspects. It is believable and gives an accurate, if rather unorthodox, view of what God is like. To give the author credit: he isn’t trying to cater to anyone’s sensibilities, just giving an honest view of heaven as he understands it.

Some-things I know he’s got right; God loves all of us deeply (most of us have no idea how deeply), he has a large sense of humor, he doesn’t look at our actions through the lens of a strict set of rules and regulations (the way we assume he does), rather he looks deeply at the longings and intents of our hearts.

The author weaves an engaging story that leaves us with hope and a feel good experience.

Three Days in Heaven

Alias Raven Black  Second Chances book 2. Great book. It didn’t take much effort for me to spend the time needed to make my way through this story.

The FBI has some evidence against Raven and they are demanding cooperation if she wants to avoid prison. They want her to go undercover as a nanny for a mob boss’s young kids. She has no training for undercover work never mind filling the role as a nanny. They know enough about her actions in past indiscretions to believe she has the bravado to pull it off. She will find the evidence they need for a solid conviction.

Things become complicated when Raven discovers she’s not the only undercover operative in the house. Nor is the FBI the only agency represented. On top of that, her dad keeps showing up as a friend to her employer. What in the world is he up to?

Lots of awesome twists and turns in this story.

Alias Raven Black

Remembering Christmas

Rick has never allowed his mother’s new husband to have the role of dad in his life. It’s been years since he escaped to make a new life in California. His visits home have been rare and brief. Now, after her husband’s major stroke, his mother needs Rick’s help. For more than just the few days he’s expecting.

There are many things he needs to learn while he’s here and the truth is at the top of the list.

Remembering Christmas

A Merry Little Christmas

A Merry Little Christmas

Christmas Suspense Boxed Set

Christmas Suspense

The Sleigh on Seventeenth Street

The Sleigh on 17th Street

All For Anna (Letting Go book 1)

All for Anna

A Mouse for the Duke …. excellent book.

A Mouse for the Duke

The Heart of Christmas

The Heart of Christmas

Bespoke: A Tiny Christmas Tale

Bespoke

Longing for the Tormented Sheriff

longing for the tormented Sherriff

Courage Dares (Sisters of Spirit book 4)

Courage Dares

Peg Leg’s Princess (The Pistol Ridge series.) I loved this book.

Peg Leg's Princess

Shattered Image (Chain of Lakes series book 1)

Shattered Image

I liked all of these books. Admittedly, there were some I liked better than others but overall they are all worth reading.

Happy Reading

 

 

 

 

 

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