Safe House by Shannon Symonds is not an easy book to read, but it is impossible to forget. It deals with the difficult subject of domestic abuse. If anyone has ever wondered why an abused spouse doesn't just leave, this story will answer that question.
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Currently there are lots of choices for those looking for books that provide a satisfying romantic break from summer's hectic activities. Here's a sampling for those looking for a little light reading in that beach chair and for those looking for a mini vacation.
With Memorial Day just past, perhaps it's time to remind ourselves of the sacrifices made by the soldiers and citizens on both sides of any conflict. Two superb writers have produced new novels that look at some of the lesser-known aspects of the war that changed the world.
Following a week that saw the awarding of Whitney Awards to LDS authors for their outstanding works from 2016, I chose to review two unique novels that are sure to receive nominations for the 2017 awards, Courting Carrie in Wonderland by Carla Kelly and The Dating Experiment by Eloida Kay Strain.
The Regency Romance has dominated the LDS romance market for several years. We've all become familiar with the genre's depiction of English life during the early nineteenth century. Three LDS authors, however, have chosen to show a broader and slightly different view of the early 1800s.