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This 7-novella romance collection will only be available until the first week of July, and then it will be "unpublished" from sell sites. *The ebook edition of the collection will remain on the buyer’s device after the ebook is disbanded. And then all of the novellas and short stories in the collection will be published separately in print and ebook! Look up each author fo This 7-novella romance collection will only be available until the first week of July, and then it will be "unpublished" from sell sites. *The ebook edition of the collection will remain on the buyer’s device after the ebook is disbanded. And then all of the novellas and short stories in the collection will be published separately in print and ebook! Look up each author for sneak peeks of all the gorgeous covers for these upcoming novellas! All proceeds from the sale of this collection will be donated to the LiveStrong Foundation. Enjoy seven romances through the ages in this Timeless Love limited time ebook. An open invitation to fall in love with the writing styles of a few new-to-you multi-published authors of your favorite Christian romance eras. Give Me Thine Heart 1812 Andrea Boeshaar Moira loathes the man she is set to marry. But when she meets Samuel Stryker, she soon guesses that he's from the colonies. When she finds a deep secret, Sam must make the decision: kill her or take her with him. This Freedom Journey 1833 Misty M. Beller Adrien Lockman left France to finally live life on his own terms, but when he discovers a half-starved and half-frozen woman in the treacherous Canadian mountains, the truth soon becomes clear--the only way they'll survive is together. The Heart of Home 1865 Stephenia H. McGee Opal Martin aspires to scrub the remnants of the War Between the States from her tattered life. When a nearly drowned soldier appears and asks if he can die on her porch, she must guard against the sudden revival of her heart's hope for love. Tristan Stuart wants to escape the pain of war. He wakes up at a house that's too much like home, with a woman determined to mend him he may discover a life worth fighting for. To save the last of what Opal holds dear, will he become the man she needs or let the troubled waters carry him away? Enchanting Nicholette 1893 Dawn Crandall Young, widowed, and newly out of mourning, Nicholette Everstone is an heiress yearning to be loved. Her parents had arranged for her to marry her loving late husband, but the marriage ended tragically on her wedding day. Returning to Boston after being away, she finds there's someone new to her set of friends and family she can't help but fall for. But when she learns of the danger and sacrifices this man takes on, will her heart be strong enough to keep her fears at bay? Teach Me To Love 1899 Kari Trumbo Izzy Lawson has taken her last abuse. When her husband dies, she rushes to Belle Fourche to stay with the only friend she has. The wall she's worked so hard to build crumbles in the arms of a man so different from her husband. Conrad Oleson can't read and it's shamed him for longer than he can remember. As Izzy reveals her painful past, he can't stay away. He'll do about anything, to get closer. Including, teach her how to love. Façade 1942 Pepper D. Basham Olivia Rakes has excellent observations skills for facts and details, but stumbles through matters of the heart. When her brother goes missing in German-occupied France, Livy enlists her services with a group of search-and-rescue spies, who not only thrust her toward espionage, but...romance. Agent Christopher Dawson has avoided Livy since she broke his heart. When the search for his best friend brings them together, the heart takes on a mind of its own. In a world where war changes the rules of life and love, can they work together to complete their rescue mission before the enemy catches them? Bookishly Ever After 2018 Sarah Monzon It all started with a bet and a book. Emory Blake is the ultimate bibliophile. She'd take curling up with a novel over a night on the town any day. But then her best friend, Tate Woodby, accuses her of living between the pages of her paperbacks instead of the real world, and he makes a bet that will force her to experience the adventures of her fictional friends...instead of just reading about them. With her face no longer buried in books, Emory must confront the pain of the past.


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This 7-novella romance collection will only be available until the first week of July, and then it will be "unpublished" from sell sites. *The ebook edition of the collection will remain on the buyer’s device after the ebook is disbanded. And then all of the novellas and short stories in the collection will be published separately in print and ebook! Look up each author fo This 7-novella romance collection will only be available until the first week of July, and then it will be "unpublished" from sell sites. *The ebook edition of the collection will remain on the buyer’s device after the ebook is disbanded. And then all of the novellas and short stories in the collection will be published separately in print and ebook! Look up each author for sneak peeks of all the gorgeous covers for these upcoming novellas! All proceeds from the sale of this collection will be donated to the LiveStrong Foundation. Enjoy seven romances through the ages in this Timeless Love limited time ebook. An open invitation to fall in love with the writing styles of a few new-to-you multi-published authors of your favorite Christian romance eras. Give Me Thine Heart 1812 Andrea Boeshaar Moira loathes the man she is set to marry. But when she meets Samuel Stryker, she soon guesses that he's from the colonies. When she finds a deep secret, Sam must make the decision: kill her or take her with him. This Freedom Journey 1833 Misty M. Beller Adrien Lockman left France to finally live life on his own terms, but when he discovers a half-starved and half-frozen woman in the treacherous Canadian mountains, the truth soon becomes clear--the only way they'll survive is together. The Heart of Home 1865 Stephenia H. McGee Opal Martin aspires to scrub the remnants of the War Between the States from her tattered life. When a nearly drowned soldier appears and asks if he can die on her porch, she must guard against the sudden revival of her heart's hope for love. Tristan Stuart wants to escape the pain of war. He wakes up at a house that's too much like home, with a woman determined to mend him he may discover a life worth fighting for. To save the last of what Opal holds dear, will he become the man she needs or let the troubled waters carry him away? Enchanting Nicholette 1893 Dawn Crandall Young, widowed, and newly out of mourning, Nicholette Everstone is an heiress yearning to be loved. Her parents had arranged for her to marry her loving late husband, but the marriage ended tragically on her wedding day. Returning to Boston after being away, she finds there's someone new to her set of friends and family she can't help but fall for. But when she learns of the danger and sacrifices this man takes on, will her heart be strong enough to keep her fears at bay? Teach Me To Love 1899 Kari Trumbo Izzy Lawson has taken her last abuse. When her husband dies, she rushes to Belle Fourche to stay with the only friend she has. The wall she's worked so hard to build crumbles in the arms of a man so different from her husband. Conrad Oleson can't read and it's shamed him for longer than he can remember. As Izzy reveals her painful past, he can't stay away. He'll do about anything, to get closer. Including, teach her how to love. Façade 1942 Pepper D. Basham Olivia Rakes has excellent observations skills for facts and details, but stumbles through matters of the heart. When her brother goes missing in German-occupied France, Livy enlists her services with a group of search-and-rescue spies, who not only thrust her toward espionage, but...romance. Agent Christopher Dawson has avoided Livy since she broke his heart. When the search for his best friend brings them together, the heart takes on a mind of its own. In a world where war changes the rules of life and love, can they work together to complete their rescue mission before the enemy catches them? Bookishly Ever After 2018 Sarah Monzon It all started with a bet and a book. Emory Blake is the ultimate bibliophile. She'd take curling up with a novel over a night on the town any day. But then her best friend, Tate Woodby, accuses her of living between the pages of her paperbacks instead of the real world, and he makes a bet that will force her to experience the adventures of her fictional friends...instead of just reading about them. With her face no longer buried in books, Emory must confront the pain of the past.

30 review for Timeless Love: Romantic Stories that Span the Ages

  1. 4 out of 5

    Katie W

    I've only read three of these stories so far, but wow! I was completely blown away by the variety, the plots, the romance, and the characters, and I'm excited to finish the collection. They claim to be novellas, but they are on the longer side and didn't feel like they were. These really are timeless stories that will warm the coldest heart and give a reader a few hours of enjoyable escape. In ENCHANTING NICHOLETTE, I was transported back to the beloved Everstone family. An undeniable and instant I've only read three of these stories so far, but wow! I was completely blown away by the variety, the plots, the romance, and the characters, and I'm excited to finish the collection. They claim to be novellas, but they are on the longer side and didn't feel like they were. These really are timeless stories that will warm the coldest heart and give a reader a few hours of enjoyable escape. In ENCHANTING NICHOLETTE, I was transported back to the beloved Everstone family. An undeniable and instant chemistry exploded and my heart sang at the potential for Nicholette to finally have her happily ever after. There is humor mixed with tender love in this bittersweet, heartfelt, and inspiring offering. I love the way Crandall writes and brings her characters to life and I really enjoyed coming to know Nicholette on a deeper level. It's a known fact--I could NEVER be a spy, but I love reading about them. Olivia proves to be a natural in FACADE. The fascinating escapades and sizzling romance really captured my attention and I often wondered how in the world she would get out of the various situations she found herself in. This one is intense on so many different levels and I loved every minute of it. BOOKISHLY EVER AFTER has a special spot in my heart because I tend to hold contemporary romances at a higher standard, wanting both an escape and something realistic at the same time, and this one totally delivered both. Emory is a bookworm (like me) and would rather curl up with a book on the weekend than go out (again, like me), but her BFF, Tate, has a plan to get her out more and in a deliciously romantic way, it backfires. Such a satisfying conclusion to this collection. Content: each story has mild romance and mild Christian elements *I received a complimentary copy. All opinions are my own and were not influenced in any way.*

  2. 3 out of 5

    Heidi Robbins (Heidi Reads...)

    Give Me Thine Heart by Andrea Boeshaar - 3 stars This was a quick paced adventure that didn't seem entirely realistic, but was entertaining. The Heart of Home by Stephenia H. McGee - 4 stars I always find stories set in the South during Reconstruction after the Civil War to be fascinating. While it's easy to vilify the people on that side of the conflict, they are people with families and heartache as well. I loved that Tristan was able to find healing with Opal and her mother and they could lean o Give Me Thine Heart by Andrea Boeshaar - 3 stars This was a quick paced adventure that didn't seem entirely realistic, but was entertaining. The Heart of Home by Stephenia H. McGee - 4 stars I always find stories set in the South during Reconstruction after the Civil War to be fascinating. While it's easy to vilify the people on that side of the conflict, they are people with families and heartache as well. I loved that Tristan was able to find healing with Opal and her mother and they could lean on him for support as well. A sweet romance. This Freedom Journey by Misty M. Beller - 5 stars I always love the rugged wilderness settings in this author's stories. Being snowed in together while also dealing with loss and loneliness accelerates the developing relationship between Adrien and Mary. I loved Adrien's gentle nature and Mary's appreciation of his kindnesses. She is hardly a damsel in distress, proving herself strong and willing to do the hard work it takes to survive. They come to rely on each other and with the various trials they encounter during the harsh winter, their mutual support builds a solid foundation. Enchanting Nicholette by Dawn Crandall - 5 stars Fans of The Everstone Chronicles series will absolutely love this addition to the series! Cal Hawthorne and Nicholette Everstone are pleasant and charming together, but Cal has secrets and Nicholette struggles with any sort of danger that puts loved ones at risk. I enjoyed their friendship and loved the chemistry as they are instantly attracted to each other. There is a good pace to the story and it felt longer than a novella with its full plot and character arc. Teach Me To Love by Kari Trumbo - 5 stars I really enjoyed this story. Isabella is easy to feel sympathy for, and Conrad's compassionate and protective nature brings him closer to the young widow, even with his initial resistance. The help she is able to provide him with learning to read helps her confidence bloom again and it was lovely to see her repressed personality begin to shine through. Some conflict on the ranch brought an element of danger and suspense, and with the yearning romance, it's a well-rounded novella. Façade by Pepper Basham - 5 stars What a rollercoaster ride this story took me on in the middle of WWII France with two spies who have a second chance romance, once they untangled the miscommunications that ended their friendship. My eyes were opened to the sacrifices of the citizens during the turbulent and uncertain times of war, and made me even more thankful for those that risk and give their lives for the cause of freedom. Bookishly Ever After by Sarah Monzon - 5 stars Seriously so cute! A contemporary romance of unrequited love told from the perspective of the clueless one, Emory. She has some hang-ups from her past that makes her avoid conflict and deeper feelings that have the potential for future hurt and vulnerability. Tate is so patient with her, and I loved the little observations clue the reader in that he's carrying a serious torch. The setting of Seattle was awesome, I love that city! Combine that with a soulful musician and reclusive bibliophile stretching outside their comfort zones and this story was a perfect blend of angst, humor, and sweet romance. (I received a complimentary copy of the book; all opinions in this review are my own)

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tressa (Wishful Endings)

    TIMELESS LOVE: ROMANTIC STORIES THAT SPAN THE AGES is an enjoyable collection of short stories or novellas from different time periods and places to inspire and give readers seven happily-ever-after options. The stories will later be released individually and most stand on their own quite well. Highly recommended for inspirational romance readers! I've developed a love for compilations like these. It's nice to be able to pick up and read a story in one setting that still immerses you in another w TIMELESS LOVE: ROMANTIC STORIES THAT SPAN THE AGES is an enjoyable collection of short stories or novellas from different time periods and places to inspire and give readers seven happily-ever-after options. The stories will later be released individually and most stand on their own quite well. Highly recommended for inspirational romance readers! I've developed a love for compilations like these. It's nice to be able to pick up and read a story in one setting that still immerses you in another world and bring emotions while leaving you content with a sweet happily-ever-after. The stories are on the lengthier side for novellas, which makes sense as they're being released separately later. I'm actually curious as to each story's page count. Each of them had their own merits, inspired, and left me content at the end. Give Me Thine Heart (1812) by Andrea Boeshaar This one started off well. I had a few issues with the premise in places and how realistic it was at times. I loved most of the middle and loved the characters. The ending was sweet, but almost too trite, tying everything up too prettily. I would have liked a more bittersweet ending. 3.5 stars. This Freedom Journey (1833) by Misty M. Beller This is the first time I've read a story with a French hero and an American heroine set in historical Canada. I found it very interesting. I also grew to love these characters and to enjoy their simple and steady story of survival and romance. 4 stars. The Heart of Home (1865) by Stephenia H. McGee This story was so heartbreaking in places, inspiring in others, and sweet to the end. I found some things quite accurate and others a little unrealistic - particularly in regards to some behaviors. Overall, an enjoyable story. 3.5 stars. Enchanting Nicholette (1893) by Dawn Crandall Nicholette's story is a bittersweet one. I loved diving in and getting to know her character as well as that of her love interest. I loved the setting, the family relationships, the mild mystery, and the sizzling chemistry. Crandall never disappoints when it comes to a good mix of heartbreak, humor, romance, and heartfelt inspiration. There were a few places I could have seen some needed development, but a definite favorite from this collection. 4.5 stars. Teach Me To Love (1899) by Kari Trumbo This was a sweet story between a woman who is trying to find herself again and the cowboy who touches her heart. I enjoyed the story and the characters. I would have liked the side characters, specifically Conrad's family, to have been stronger as they felt rather one dimensional. I also would have loved the suspense/danger elements to have been woven through better so that there was a more consistent undertone of danger. Most of the action parts were also skipped over. I did, however, appreciate that the author didn't tie everything up all perfectly. She left some bitter with the sweet as there were consequences for some things, which is just as I felt it should be. 3.5 stars. Façade (1942) by Pepper D. Basham Goodness! I ate this one up from beginning to end! I loved the character development, the way the characters had to struggle for their happily-ever-after, the unique characters and roles they played, and the fabulous ending. Basically, I loved it all! 5 stars. Bookishly Ever After (2018) by Sarah Monzon This is the only story in the collection set in present-day. I liked the characters from the start and I liked the way the characters came a little more alive - or that as a reader I got to see more into who they were as the story progressed. I liked that they were unique and that the situation was unique. There was a nice balance of heartache, humor, and sweetness, with a good dose of sizzling chemistry. Another favorite from this collection. 4.5 stars. In the end, was it what I wished for? An enjoyable collection of short, sweet, and inspiring stories. Also provided a good sampling of inspirational romance authors to become acquainted with. Definitely a collection worth reading if this is a genre you enjoy! Content: Clean Source: I received a complimentary copy from the one of the authors, which did not require a positive review nor affect it in any way.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Brooke

    Only read Enchanting Nicholette so far: Cal Hawthorne is a secretly very eligible bachelor, kept in the shadows because of a dangerous escapade not to mention scandal. When he meets Nicholette Everstone, he throws all caution to the wind and decides he isn’t going to lose her again! He has quite a few secrets he needs to tell her but timing is everything, if only he could get her to fall in love with him first maybe she wouldn’t care about his past. Only he might not have to try as hard as he th Only read Enchanting Nicholette so far: Cal Hawthorne is a secretly very eligible bachelor, kept in the shadows because of a dangerous escapade not to mention scandal. When he meets Nicholette Everstone, he throws all caution to the wind and decides he isn’t going to lose her again! He has quite a few secrets he needs to tell her but timing is everything, if only he could get her to fall in love with him first maybe she wouldn’t care about his past. Only he might not have to try as hard as he thought... Nicholette is mesmerized by Cal from the first time she remembers meeting him. No matter how hard she tries she can’t shake wanting to get to know him! Still scarred from her past experience with love, without the whole world encouraging her to get back out there she just might not! This was a super cute Novella! I really enjoy reading only from one readers perspective most books share multiple so it’s really neat that all of Dawn’s books are written this way. It keeps you wondering what in the world the other character is thinking all the time. I love all the twists towards the end that really make it all come together! And as always I love Dawns books!! Make sure you read this one!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lisa (Bookworm Lisa)

    It is always fun to find new author's. This anthology was written by seven Christian authors, five of them were new to me. It appears that all of the novella's are tied to series that the author's have written about, or are in the process of writing about. If you are looking for potential new reading material and authors, this is a perfect way to try them out. Each of the stories are very different. You have Regency romance to a couple living in a shack, surviving through blizzards, in Canada. Th It is always fun to find new author's. This anthology was written by seven Christian authors, five of them were new to me. It appears that all of the novella's are tied to series that the author's have written about, or are in the process of writing about. If you are looking for potential new reading material and authors, this is a perfect way to try them out. Each of the stories are very different. You have Regency romance to a couple living in a shack, surviving through blizzards, in Canada. This is really a collection to be savored and enjoyed. Some of the stories resonated more with me than others. There were a few that if reviewed on their own would have been given 5 stars, but none of them would be less than four. This book contains novella's. Usually I love a longer story that has time to develop characters and delve into the plot. I felt that each of the stories were a good length. I wasn't left wishing that the author had given me more. I was satisfied and felt that the stories were complete. This book contains a non-graphic violence, humor, kissing, and Christian themes. Source: I received a complimentary copy. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    I had the privilege to read an advanced copy of Bookishly Ever After, one of the novellas in this collection. While I am mostly a historical fiction reader, I occasionally crave a contemporary romance. Sarah Monzon is definitely one of my go-to authors of this genre. If anything, I am pickier when it comes to contemporaries. I do not give 5-star ratings to many novellas, but this is definitely the exception. Bookishly Ever After is well-written, with surprisingly well-fleshed out characters for a I had the privilege to read an advanced copy of Bookishly Ever After, one of the novellas in this collection. While I am mostly a historical fiction reader, I occasionally crave a contemporary romance. Sarah Monzon is definitely one of my go-to authors of this genre. If anything, I am pickier when it comes to contemporaries. I do not give 5-star ratings to many novellas, but this is definitely the exception. Bookishly Ever After is well-written, with surprisingly well-fleshed out characters for a story of this length. I connected with Emory on many levels, wondering if Ms. Monzon had me in mind when she wrote this novella. There are many soul-searching, laugh-out-loud and romantic moments as Emory finds her "Bookishly Ever After". If this is any indication of the quality of the rest of the novellas in this collection, the reader will not be disappointed. Can't wait for the release of the full anthology in June. It includes novellas from many of my favorite authors. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from the author. I was not required to write a review. All opinions expressed are my own.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Suzie

    Seven authors have banded together in this collection of novellas that span across time. These stories from authors like Pepper Basham, Dawn Crandall, Sarah Monzon, and more are less than a dollar. AND all proceeds of this collection go to the Live Strong Foundation. Not only do you get a great deal and hours worth of fabulous reads, your purchase helps cancer research. Now, if I talk about every single one of these stories like I’d like to, you’re going to be here a while. To save us both time, Seven authors have banded together in this collection of novellas that span across time. These stories from authors like Pepper Basham, Dawn Crandall, Sarah Monzon, and more are less than a dollar. AND all proceeds of this collection go to the Live Strong Foundation. Not only do you get a great deal and hours worth of fabulous reads, your purchase helps cancer research. Now, if I talk about every single one of these stories like I’d like to, you’re going to be here a while. To save us both time, I’m going to try and sum each up in two or three sentences or less (but if one or two interest you, you can look up the individual titles on Goodreads for more in-depth reviews). Give Me Thine Heart – Running from an unwanted engagement and learning of duplicity of her family, Moira’s only choice is to journey to America with Sam Stryker. Spy lessons, a journey across the sea, and close quarters draw these two together. The ending of this book is perfect with a surprise I didn’t see coming! The Freedom Journey – With a harsh blizzard upon them, Mary and Adrien must band together to survive. Adrien’s gentle and calming nature is a balm to Mary’s hurting soul after too much loss. It will take courage, strength, prayer, and teamwork to survive the rough winter in the Canadian wilderness. The Heart of Home – An injured man, a duplicitous suitor, and the looming loss of a home all take center stage in Stephenia H. McGee’s post-Civil War offering. Those who have read In His Eyes will enjoy some familiar faces Enchanting Nicholette – Swoony hero with an intriguing secret (or secrets?). A widow who is finding her way back into society. All with the author’s first-person POV that makes you fall in love with the hero right along with Nicholette. Teach Me to Love – Through the eyes of God and Conrad Oleson, Izzy Lawson finds healing. With a little action and mystery thrown in that keep the story moving at a good pace. Façade – Pepper Basham weaves a tale of friendship, espionage, and love in her first WWII story. An intelligent heroine who knows her mind more than her heart. Action, intrigue, and Basham’s brand of romance all play a part in this one. Bookishly Ever After – Wonderful Rom Com with a couple fun adventures thrown in for the heroine. Friends to more (my favorite)! Plus…Books! Every one of these stories is original (and not published previously) and unique, yet the collection works well together. You can even do what I did and skip around! Don’t forget, this collection is only available for a couple weeks before it’s gone and each author puts their novella up for sale separately. Disclosure statement: I receive complimentary books from publishers, publicists, and/or authors, including NetGalley. I am not required to write positive reviews. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

  8. 3 out of 5

    Kelly Bridgewater

    Timeless Love. What an interesting concept. Seven authors decided to combine their writing talents and their chosen genres to create a completely unique, in my opinion, series of novellas to offer for a good cause. Starting with Andrea Boeshaar in "Give Me Thine Heart" in 1814 and ending in the contemporary time period with Sarah Monzon's "Bookishly Ever After," the stories feature a strong heroine and hero. Each of the authors are published in their time periods with other books. Some of the n Timeless Love. What an interesting concept. Seven authors decided to combine their writing talents and their chosen genres to create a completely unique, in my opinion, series of novellas to offer for a good cause. Starting with Andrea Boeshaar in "Give Me Thine Heart" in 1814 and ending in the contemporary time period with Sarah Monzon's "Bookishly Ever After," the stories feature a strong heroine and hero. Each of the authors are published in their time periods with other books. Some of the novellas give more to a current series or to introduce a new series or completely different than anything they have ever written. When I heard about the series I couldn't wait to read Pepper Basham's World War II novella "Facade' or Dawn Crandall's novella, "Enchanting Nicholette" because I have read all of Crandall's previous novels and have enjoyed them. If you enjoy historical romance, then this might be right up your alley. I got to taste some new authors I have heard of but have never experienced before. It was a great sample of a number of different styles of writing. I recommend buying this series before you can't buy it anymore. I received a complimentary copy of Timeless Love, but the opinions stated are all my own.

  9. 3 out of 5

    Rebecca

    "Bookishly Ever After", just one example of this sure-to-be-amazing collection of stories! "You read all these great stories about heroes and heroines who do all sorts of things while you're safely tucked inside your apartment. You live vicariously through them, but that's not living, Em." Ahem . . . . . . maybe Tate is on to something, Emory Blake does delve into the pages of a book whenever and wherever time allows. So why all of a sudden is her best friend Tate Woodby calling her out, daring he "Bookishly Ever After", just one example of this sure-to-be-amazing collection of stories! "You read all these great stories about heroes and heroines who do all sorts of things while you're safely tucked inside your apartment. You live vicariously through them, but that's not living, Em." Ahem . . . . . . maybe Tate is on to something, Emory Blake does delve into the pages of a book whenever and wherever time allows. So why all of a sudden is her best friend Tate Woodby calling her out, daring her to put her pages down and begin a series of real-adventures with him? "I wished my life came with a narrator. Then maybe I could know what Tate was thinking." Enjoy every word, whether thought or spoken, of this timeless tale of friendship turned . . . . . . into words? I received a copy from the author. The opinions state are entirely my own.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Phyllis

    Timeless Love Anthology What a great idea! An anthology that encompasses three centuries and just over 200 years. It is written by multiple authors, some of whom are new to me. The anthology will only be available for a short time. After that, they will be available individually by each author. Considering the fact that this book is only $.99, it just makes sense to buy a copy of the anthology. I have the overall details of the anthology here. I have the review for each book separately on my blog, Timeless Love Anthology What a great idea! An anthology that encompasses three centuries and just over 200 years. It is written by multiple authors, some of whom are new to me. The anthology will only be available for a short time. After that, they will be available individually by each author. Considering the fact that this book is only $.99, it just makes sense to buy a copy of the anthology. I have the overall details of the anthology here. I have the review for each book separately on my blog, with individual star ratings. The rating for the anthology is the same as the highest individual rating. As a note, until the authors release their books outside this collection, the links for those books will not work. This review was originally posted on Among the Reads Get a preview of Timeless Love Anthology at amongTheReads.net I would like to thank Pepper Basham, Sarah Monzon for giving me this copy of the book. This gift did not influence my opinion or review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Pascale

    My review is solely for the contribution by author Sarah Monzon for her novella “Bookishly Ever After”. I was fortunate enough to receive an early view of this novella and am including my thoughts here. I have not yet read the other stories in the anthology but hope to when they are released. Here is my review: This story was like a beautiful melody to me. It flowed so smoothly, I never wanted it to end. I connected with Emory on a personal level as, I too, often use books as an escape and for the My review is solely for the contribution by author Sarah Monzon for her novella “Bookishly Ever After”. I was fortunate enough to receive an early view of this novella and am including my thoughts here. I have not yet read the other stories in the anthology but hope to when they are released. Here is my review: This story was like a beautiful melody to me. It flowed so smoothly, I never wanted it to end. I connected with Emory on a personal level as, I too, often use books as an escape and for therapeutic reasons. I loved this short novella and I highly recommend it. 5 stars ⭐️

  12. 3 out of 5

    Jane Potter

    I read a few of the stories in this collection starting with Enchanting Nicholette by Dawn Crandall. I adore Dawn's Everstone Chronicles and this story fits beautifully into her collection. Dawn has done it again!!! I inhaled this novella in just a day. It was wonderful to be back in the world of the Everstone Chronicles and even better to get Nicholette's story! Dawn is at her best in this story. There are so many deliciously romantic moments. You can feel the tension building and soak in every r I read a few of the stories in this collection starting with Enchanting Nicholette by Dawn Crandall. I adore Dawn's Everstone Chronicles and this story fits beautifully into her collection. Dawn has done it again!!! I inhaled this novella in just a day. It was wonderful to be back in the world of the Everstone Chronicles and even better to get Nicholette's story! Dawn is at her best in this story. There are so many deliciously romantic moments. You can feel the tension building and soak in every romantic look, touch, and word. While I hoped I knew how it would all come together, I loved the journey Nicholette goes on to let down her barriers and embrace true love. I also read Facade by Pepper Basham which was absolutely gorgeous. The writing is incredible and so detailed. I loved her beautiful way with words. The action was intense and surprising. I wish it was a full length novel so we could get more details. The last novella I read was Bookishly Ever After by Sarah Monzon. I love the premise of this story. But it wasn't as engaging as I had hoped. And I thought the writing was a bit less refined. Perhaps that's a product of reading historical fiction first and contemporary fiction second. But it didn't click with me like the other stories I read. A few thoughts on novella collections generally... *It is fun to read shorter works from more authors and experience different stories, time periods, writing styles, and happily ever afters. *I had to remind myself that novellas have less detail because they are shorter. I often wanted more development in a certain scene or sequence. But with a novella, there just isn't as much. *It can feel long to read a novella collection because each novella is 10-15 chapters so they could almost be stand alone stories. Reading so many felt daunting so I just picked a few this time. *I liked that all these are romantic stories so I knew they would end happy. And there were fewer misunderstandings and arguments to get our heroes and heroines together ;) *I am excited to read more from these authors now that I have gotten a taste of their writing! (I had only read Dawn's work previously). I received a copy of this collection from Dawn Crandall (author of Enchanting Nicholette) in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, Dawn! All opinions are my own.

  13. 3 out of 5

    Lisa

    I read Teach Me to Love by Kari Trumbo. Izzy, a widow who had been isolated and emotionally abused by her now deceased husband, and Conrad, illiterate and ashamed of that, are the main characters. Izzy had started to get her teaching credentials until she married. Kari Trumbo writes a sweet romance story about these two damaged souls. I loved the interaction among the characters and seeing how they helped each other heal. Also, I was amused by Conrad's exasperation with Izzy when he tried to co I read Teach Me to Love by Kari Trumbo. Izzy, a widow who had been isolated and emotionally abused by her now deceased husband, and Conrad, illiterate and ashamed of that, are the main characters. Izzy had started to get her teaching credentials until she married. Kari Trumbo writes a sweet romance story about these two damaged souls. I loved the interaction among the characters and seeing how they helped each other heal. Also, I was amused by Conrad's exasperation with Izzy when he tried to compliment her, and she always took it the wrong way. I intend to read more of Kari Trumbo’s work. I was given an ARC. I am choosing to write a review and share my opinion.

  14. 3 out of 5

    Becky

    This is definitely one of the better novella collections I've read. Usually, there's at least one "dud" in the bunch, but I would rate them all at 3-1/2 stars or higher, and I enjoyed reading each one. My favorite is Bookishly Ever After, Sarah Monzon's entry. It's so adorable and romantic! I also loved Enchanting Nicholette (Dawn Crandall) and Façade (Pepper Basham). I really enjoyed how each novella was set in a different era ... though I would've liked to see one set in the '70s, '80s, or '90s, This is definitely one of the better novella collections I've read. Usually, there's at least one "dud" in the bunch, but I would rate them all at 3-1/2 stars or higher, and I enjoyed reading each one. My favorite is Bookishly Ever After, Sarah Monzon's entry. It's so adorable and romantic! I also loved Enchanting Nicholette (Dawn Crandall) and Façade (Pepper Basham). I really enjoyed how each novella was set in a different era ... though I would've liked to see one set in the '70s, '80s, or '90s, as five entries are set in the 1800s, while the 1900s and 2000s only have one entry each, and it's a pretty big jump in time to go from the 1940s to the 2010s. At just 99¢, Timeless Love is a steal—I'd pay that much for Monzon's, Crandall's, or Basham's entries alone. Disclosure of material connection: I received this anthology from one of the authors. I was not required to write a positive review, and the opinions expressed are my own.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

    I just finished this novella, The Heart of Home, from Timeless Love: Romantic Stories that Span the Ages and thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. I love stories about the Civil War and how strong people had to be to survive that war. In this novella, Opal Martin lives on the Riverbend plantation with her widowed mother when she discovers a soldier passed out on their front porch. Tristan Stuart thought he was at death’s door when he saw home, or what he thought was home. Making it to the porch I just finished this novella, The Heart of Home, from Timeless Love: Romantic Stories that Span the Ages and thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. I love stories about the Civil War and how strong people had to be to survive that war. In this novella, Opal Martin lives on the Riverbend plantation with her widowed mother when she discovers a soldier passed out on their front porch. Tristan Stuart thought he was at death’s door when he saw home, or what he thought was home. Making it to the porch, he passed out where Opal found him. She and her mother nursed him back to health and he stuck around to help them out for a bit. Tristan and Opal find an attraction for each other, but they both don’t seem to want to acknowledge it. Tristan, because of his sins during the war and Opal, because of the fairytale stories she’s been reading that make this relationship sound more like a friendship and she is confused. What will come of this attraction for each other? Will they express their feelings for one another or let love get away? Now that the war is over, can Tristan forgive himself for what he perceives to be his sins of the past? Check this out for yourself. Fans of clean, Christian historical romances will love this novella. Enjoy! I was given an ARC of this novella separate from the book Timeless Love: Romantic Stories that Span the Ages for an honest review. The opinions stated are purely my own.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Shonda

    This review is for Teach Me To Love Kari Trumbo I enjoyed this book immensely. I felt Izzy’s pain and her joy. The story was easy to pull me in and had me racing to the end! I can’t wait to read more books by Kari Trumbo. I will be reading the rest of the stories in Timeless love, you wont want to miss this book!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Sylvester

    Teach Me To Love-Kari Trumbo Isabelle Lawson was in a marriage she loathed. When her husband passes she decides to go visit a long time friend. Upon her arrival at the Circle O ranch she encounters Conrad Oleson who was heading into town for supplies for the ranch. He decides to lead her to the ranch and as they reach the ranch she passes out and Conrad has to catch her and carry her into the house. Conrad is a sweet and gentle guy. What makes him even more special is that he's romantic without t Teach Me To Love-Kari Trumbo Isabelle Lawson was in a marriage she loathed. When her husband passes she decides to go visit a long time friend. Upon her arrival at the Circle O ranch she encounters Conrad Oleson who was heading into town for supplies for the ranch. He decides to lead her to the ranch and as they reach the ranch she passes out and Conrad has to catch her and carry her into the house. Conrad is a sweet and gentle guy. What makes him even more special is that he's romantic without trying to be. Isabelle is a kind soul who has a lot of emotional issues to deal with. She just wants love. I absolutely loved this clean historical romance. If you love second chances at love, healing and a little faith, this book is for you!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Austin Ryan

    This review is only for the novella "Bookishly Ever After" by Sarah Monzon. I write book reviews on my blog. One of my tags is "Nobody writes like Sarah Monzon". That pretty much sums up how I feel about this novella. When Emory Blake is not at work, she's has her nose in a book. Or three. Her friend and up-and-coming musician Tate bets her that she couldn't possibly do the things her fictional friends do. Emory accepts the bet on one condition; if she goes on Tate's surprise weekend trips, model This review is only for the novella "Bookishly Ever After" by Sarah Monzon. I write book reviews on my blog. One of my tags is "Nobody writes like Sarah Monzon". That pretty much sums up how I feel about this novella. When Emory Blake is not at work, she's has her nose in a book. Or three. Her friend and up-and-coming musician Tate bets her that she couldn't possibly do the things her fictional friends do. Emory accepts the bet on one condition; if she goes on Tate's surprise weekend trips, modeled after her current reading material, he will have to send in song-demos to an agent in the musical industry. There's a lot of fun, an enviable friendship between Tate and Emory, misunderstandings, triggered memories. And the ending is... perfection. I adored this novella, I kept wishing it wouldn't end. I identified deeply with Emory and her backstory. I was surprised at the depth the author was able to put into such a short story. At one point in the story I laughed out (way too) loud (after bedtime, but thankfully didn't wake sleeping children). I briefly considered moving to an apartment building in Seattle just in case a musician around my age was prone to sit on the fire escape and play his guitar, and.... well, it was late. I was under the influence of my Kindle app. Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this novella from the author. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are mine alone.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie (Between the Coverz)

    A sweet story of love, patience and ever after! Teach Me To Love is a sweet western romance in the Brothers of Belle Fourche Series. This is a story that shows a love can change a person for the better and help them embrace their obstacles that could be holding them back in life. You learn so many different lessons in this story – honesty, forgiveness, love, respect, healing and even how to overcome the hardships that we all face in life. A delightfully written story with romance, new beginnings A sweet story of love, patience and ever after! Teach Me To Love is a sweet western romance in the Brothers of Belle Fourche Series. This is a story that shows a love can change a person for the better and help them embrace their obstacles that could be holding them back in life. You learn so many different lessons in this story – honesty, forgiveness, love, respect, healing and even how to overcome the hardships that we all face in life. A delightfully written story with romance, new beginnings and a happy-ending that we all have come to expect. I had a hard time putting down as it was a one-of-a-kind and captivating story. I couldn’t get to the end fast enough to see if love would win out. The characters are well developed, engaging and realistic. It is easy to connect with the characters. They aren’t perfect; they have their flaws just like you and I do. This makes the characters realistic and easy to connect to. They will quickly become like one of your friends, neighbors and family. I will definitely continue to read the series to see what happens with the rest of the characters. Kari Trumbo is a talented author that gets better and better. She has a gift for writing entertaining and sweet stories. I have read several books by her and have not been disappointed yet! She has quickly become one of my go-to authors that I really enjoy reading. I recommend this book and series to anyone that enjoys reading a clean western romance with a delightful ending. This book is part of a series; however, it can be read truly as a stand-a-lone. If you are looking for a good series than Brothers of Belle Fourche is a great place to start.

  20. 5 out of 5

    JaneReads

    I very rarely read novellas as I am not a fan of many as I prefer longer stories that give me more of an opportunity to really get to know the characters. However I was excited to read this collection because it includes stories from two of my favourite authors and I liked idea that all proceeds were being donated to Live Strong Foundation. Collections like this are great for introducing to you authors you may not be familiar with. Each story is unique in its own way with no one story feeling li I very rarely read novellas as I am not a fan of many as I prefer longer stories that give me more of an opportunity to really get to know the characters. However I was excited to read this collection because it includes stories from two of my favourite authors and I liked idea that all proceeds were being donated to Live Strong Foundation. Collections like this are great for introducing to you authors you may not be familiar with. Each story is unique in its own way with no one story feeling like another. Readers are transported to a wide range of settings featuring the upper class, farmers, mountaineers, spies, and the young adults. There is something for everyone’s taste in this collection – Romance, History, Adventure, Mystery, and Humor. Personally there were three stories that I enjoyed the most - Give Me Thine Heart, Facade and Bookishly Ever After. Give Me Thine Heart is the most historic story in the collection and takes you on a ship from Europe to America. I felt for Moira and the situation she was being forced into, however I did question her decision of leaving with a complete stranger for escape from this situation. But as I got to know Samuel I began to root for the two of them to form a relationship. Facade had me on the edge of my seat, taking me to France as Livy and Christopher are spies on a mission. Danger lurks around every corner making me wonder if they would succeed with their mission and come out unscathed. I was holding my breath numerous times. In Bookishly Ever After, Emory is a character that any book lover who enjoys escaping the real world by engrossing themselves in a book will be able to associate with. As much as I related to the bookish side of Emory I was intrigued by the excursions Tate takes her on. It was in these three I found myself easily caring about what was going to happen with the characters. (I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.) This review first appeared at: C Jane Read.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Julia Wilson

    Timeless Love: Romance Stories That Span The Ages is a set of seven tales ranging from 1814 to present day. They are all unique with their characters and settings but perfectly complement each other with similar themes. I loved them all but definitely had a favourite. I wonder which one you like best? Give Me Thine Heart by Andrea Boeshaar is set in 1814 at the height of the conflict between Britain and America. Caught up in the world of spies, the reader is enthralled with the exploits on the hi Timeless Love: Romance Stories That Span The Ages is a set of seven tales ranging from 1814 to present day. They are all unique with their characters and settings but perfectly complement each other with similar themes. I loved them all but definitely had a favourite. I wonder which one you like best? Give Me Thine Heart by Andrea Boeshaar is set in 1814 at the height of the conflict between Britain and America. Caught up in the world of spies, the reader is enthralled with the exploits on the high seas. People are motivated by either God or money. Hearts that serve others are to be applauded. amusing dialogue entertains the reader. A great story to kick off the collection. The Heart Of The Home by Stephenia H McGee is set in 1865 following the end of the American Civil War. The country has been devastated. Everyone on both sides have lost so much. The people are scarred by their losses. Women have lost their men folk and must manage the best they can. The Good Samaritan spirit is still alive as people do good to those in need which contrasts with the carpet baggers. War changes relationships even with God. "He'd lost sight of God... but... he knew God had not forgotten him." At our darkest times, God walks with us. I loved the inclusion of a stray dog who attached himself to a new master. Another great story. This Freedom Journey by Misty M Beller is set in the wilderness in the winter of 1833. Thrown together due to inclement weather, two strangers have to work together to survive. This is a tale of overcoming, both the grief of the past and the circumstances of the present. Together we can achieve more than alone. There are some heart stopping moments but God is good and God is faithful. With God in our lives, we are unbeatable. Enchanting Nicholette by Dawn Crandall concerns reputations, new beginnings and fresh starts. We are not bound by our past reputations. It is always unfair to judge. We must rise or fall by our own actions. A traumatic event may lock us into our past. We need to take our fear to God and trust Him and have the courage to live again. There were some highly humorous moments, including lessons on dating. A delightful tale that reminded me of Downton Abbey American style. Teach Me To Love by Kari Trumbo is a powerful romance set in 1899. It explores the devastating effect of the tongue can have on lives. "I don't want to be worthless anymore." Too often we believe the words spoken over us when they are a lie from the enemy. The story shows the importance of learning - not just letters but learning to live, trust and hope again. A name change signifies a character change reminding the reader that Jesus gives us a new name when we are adopted into His family. There is the difficult topic of domestic abuse that affects both mind and body. This links to the theme of healing. Some important lessons are to be learnt in this tale. Facade by Pepper D Basham is set during WWII. It concerns secret agents in occupied France showing their cunning and bravery. Childhood friends reunite to play out their mission. A marvellous tale of derring do, family loyalties and God who understands our joys and our sadness. Action moves from London parlours to French castles. Bookishly Ever After by Sarah Monzon is a sweet contemporary story to close the collection. The story surrounds books. Books are not just for enjoyment but can be used as an escape and a refuge. Books are 'safe' but should we really hide from the real world and miss out? I loved all the references to books, characters and films, I felt right at home. With a love story bubbling underneath, it was just perfect. This has been a wonderful collection of tales. I received this book for free. A favourable review was not required and all views expressed are my own.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jeanne Alfveby crea

    4.5 I really enjoyed The Heart of Home by Stephenia H. McGee from this collection. This post civil war novella found it's way into my heart early on. Poor Tristan Stuart barely made it to Opal Martin's porch before asking her if he could die on her porch. Lieutenant Tristan Stuart, head wound bleeding and barely conscious was on his way back from war to a home that no longer existed when he collapses on the Martin's porch. Opal and her mother are living a life of drastically reduced means in the 4.5 I really enjoyed The Heart of Home by Stephenia H. McGee from this collection. This post civil war novella found it's way into my heart early on. Poor Tristan Stuart barely made it to Opal Martin's porch before asking her if he could die on her porch. Lieutenant Tristan Stuart, head wound bleeding and barely conscious was on his way back from war to a home that no longer existed when he collapses on the Martin's porch. Opal and her mother are living a life of drastically reduced means in their family home after the loss of their father and husband, who died alone on the battle field. Everyone has been affected by the war. I enjoyed the authors writing style, she made it so easy to keep reading. I enjoyed the setting, the dialogue, and the 'real' characters. I love the author notes at the end, and how she used words from her grandparents sweet romance in the story. For historical fiction fans, you don't want to miss this post civil war novella about healing and a sweet romance.

  23. 3 out of 5

    R.j.

    Lovely collection. Some stories were amazing. Five stars for sure. A few I found myself speeding through. Worth the time to read, and some were definite rereads.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Carmen Carpenter

    Review for Teach Me To Love: I absolutely loved Isabelle's story. She endured so much and could have let the pain of her past keep her from loving again, but she embraces healing, and finds purpose and true love. I fell in love with Conrad right away, the way he pursues Isabelle, is just precious. I really enjoyed the flour fiasco, and how Isabelle turns disaster into a delicious bakery. This is a charming story of healing, love, and faith.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Trisha Robertson (Joy of Reading)

    Travel through time beginning in 1812 to 2018, all from the comfort of your favorite reading chair! Come along for an adventure that you won’t soon forget! Each story is unique, yet they all share the common thread of love and strong heroines who boldly face the dangers of the unknown. I loved every story in this collection! Two of the authors were brand new to me, and I have already been searching for more books to read from them! It isn’t often that you come across a collection like this where Travel through time beginning in 1812 to 2018, all from the comfort of your favorite reading chair! Come along for an adventure that you won’t soon forget! Each story is unique, yet they all share the common thread of love and strong heroines who boldly face the dangers of the unknown. I loved every story in this collection! Two of the authors were brand new to me, and I have already been searching for more books to read from them! It isn’t often that you come across a collection like this where every story sparks your imagination and keeps you turning pages wanting more. Something for everyone can be found in the pages of these stories! Love, Laughter, History, Romance, Mystery, Adventure, and most of all each story shines a light on God and the importance of His love. I give this delightful collection of stories an enthusiastic 5-stars and would encourage you to snap up your copy today! (I received an early reader copy of this collection for review. I am not required to write a positive review. My thoughts and options are my own. I have pre-ordered a copy of this collection for myself from Amazon.)

  26. 5 out of 5

    Becky Smith

    I have only read Pepper Basham's Facade from this collection and can't wait to read the rest of the stories. From the first chapter of Facade, and even the opening line, I was completely engrossed in this story and could not put it down! It is full of intrigue, with breath-holding suspense; and I could almost actually feel the danger that was constantly lurking everywhere. The setting of WW II, the espionage with all of its tools, and the history in & behind this story make this a fascinatin I have only read Pepper Basham's Facade from this collection and can't wait to read the rest of the stories. From the first chapter of Facade, and even the opening line, I was completely engrossed in this story and could not put it down! It is full of intrigue, with breath-holding suspense; and I could almost actually feel the danger that was constantly lurking everywhere. The setting of WW II, the espionage with all of its tools, and the history in & behind this story make this a fascinating read! The twists caught me by surprise! Even though I had hoped for one of them, I had given up that hope it would happen. The character of Livy is extremely well-developed, being definitely strong & intriguing. I found myself cheering for her and wanting her to succeed. A truly fascinating & fun character! Even the book cover is amazing! This is a well-written story that has only whetted my appetite to hear more!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Stacey

    This is the first time I've reviewed a novella collection and hopefully it won't be my last! Each story was written by a different author and in chronological time. The proceeds from the novel will be donated to the LiveStrong foundation, which supports those who affected by cancer. This is near to my heart as I am a cancer survivor and my mother and grandfather passed away from cancer. I was pleasantly surprised by these novellas. The plots were very engaging from the start. Even though they we This is the first time I've reviewed a novella collection and hopefully it won't be my last! Each story was written by a different author and in chronological time. The proceeds from the novel will be donated to the LiveStrong foundation, which supports those who affected by cancer. This is near to my heart as I am a cancer survivor and my mother and grandfather passed away from cancer. I was pleasantly surprised by these novellas. The plots were very engaging from the start. Even though they were a little shorter than your typical full length novel, each story was very developed. One thing I don't like about some novellas I've read is that the hero and heroine practically fall in love at first sight, which means the romantic tension sometimes falls a little flat. This was not the case with these novellas. Each story had a different type of clean romantic story line that most certainly didn't fall flat. There were spiritual overtones in this collection but it was more subtle in some than others. In every case, it didn't have a "preachy" feel. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this collection and have now been able to read books from several authors that I had not previously read. Go now and pick up this perfect summer read!! **I received a free copy of this collection from the publisher in order to share my honest opinion, which I did.**

  28. 3 out of 5

    Nari

    My review is for the novella Bookishly Ever After by Sarah Monzon. I loved this novella. The characters were great. I could really relate to a bookworm who uses books to relax. I am a sucker for best friend romances so this story instantly became a favorite. I enjoyed the easy friendship between the main characters.

  29. 3 out of 5

    Maureen Timerman

    This Freedom Journey by Misty M. Beller Coincidence that these two find each other in a time of need, I don’t think so, but survival is not going to be easy for either of them. The book opens in the middle of a blizzard in the mountains of Canada, and two unlikely people are thrown together for survival. One desperately needing shelter, along with his donkey, which he brings inside, and the other too ill to get up and take even liquids. We get to see these two as they go about survival, and you ar This Freedom Journey by Misty M. Beller Coincidence that these two find each other in a time of need, I don’t think so, but survival is not going to be easy for either of them. The book opens in the middle of a blizzard in the mountains of Canada, and two unlikely people are thrown together for survival. One desperately needing shelter, along with his donkey, which he brings inside, and the other too ill to get up and take even liquids. We get to see these two as they go about survival, and you are going to love Mary and Adrian, especially as one leads the other to the Lord. I received this book through Celebrate Lit Blog Tours, and was not required to give a positive review.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Marylin

    This review is for one of the books in this collection. Bookishly Ever After by Sarah Monzon This book by Sarah Monzon is a wonderfully sweet story of two young adults. The book touched my heart. Mainly because it’s about a girl who LOVES to read. Emory is a sweet girl who spends her time lost in books. She has one with her everywhere she goes, wait that’s not right, more like two or three. Reading to her is a way of escaping those uncomfortable moments where she would have to start up a conversat This review is for one of the books in this collection. Bookishly Ever After by Sarah Monzon This book by Sarah Monzon is a wonderfully sweet story of two young adults. The book touched my heart. Mainly because it’s about a girl who LOVES to read. Emory is a sweet girl who spends her time lost in books. She has one with her everywhere she goes, wait that’s not right, more like two or three. Reading to her is a way of escaping those uncomfortable moments where she would have to start up a conversation with another person. By day, she works solving problems for others, so whenever she gets a chance she dives into books to get away from people and their stress. For the last four years, her best and only friend is Tate. Tate is the kind of friend she can be herself with and not be afraid she’ll be judged. Their relationship is fun and very enjoyable until Tate makes a challenge that Emory has a hard time saying no to. There are fun surprises when they venture out for this challenge. Unfortunately, Emory starts to have her own ideas as to what’s going on and things get a little weird between them. This story was full of fun, laughter, a bit of romance and a few times of sadness. I truly loved this book it was a fun light read. With hope for us who like to live in the world of books. Life is waiting just after the next page is turned! I was provided a copy of this book by the author. All opinions in this review are my own. I highly recommend this book to read.

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