Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Month in Review – January 2012

At the end of each month I plan on listing all the books I reviewed and noting which were the most popular. This time I listed them in order of popularity. Many thanks to all of you who have encouraged me in starting this blog! I couldn’t have done it without your love, kind words and good ideas.

Veiled Rose by Anne Elisabeth Stengl Searching for imaginary monsters during summer vacation is one thing, but when a real dragon makes his appearance Leo needs to defeat the monster. But at what cost? (This was by far the most popular post. And it deserves it. It’s a fabulous book!)
Princess Ben by Catherine Gilbert Murdock This book is about a princess who needs to learn how to be a princess and save her kingdom does a great job of mixing and weaving together many fairytales.
Serendipity by Cathy Marie Hake Inspirational fiction set in 1890s Arkansas and Texas about a couple learning to overcome their differences and love each other.
The Merchant’s Daughter by Melanie Dickerson A wonderful retelling of Beauty and the Beast with a medieval, Christian twist.
Hidden by Shelley Shepard Gray Running from an abusive boyfriend Anna finds refuge amongst a friend’s Amish family but needs to face her past.
Chalice by Robin McKinley Interesting story about a young girl who suddenly finds herself in a position of great importance.
Lonestar Angel by Colleen Coble A fun story about an estranged couple who are trying to figure out the mystery behind their daughter’s kidnapping.

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