The Covered Deep

by Brandy Vallance

Covered-Deep-Large-AngledHow often does an author write their debut novel with such well deserved fanfare? Not often! Brandy Vallance explodes onto the the Christian Fiction scene with The Covered Deep. (Are you still stuck on the fact that I used the word “fanfare”? Me too!)

Bianca Marshal has won the adventure of a lifetime. Being chosen as one of four to go on a Holy Land excursion, she is ready to completely enjoy herself and, just maybe, fall in love. She finds that there is much more to being chosen than she originally thought. Her faith in God is put to the ultimate test and she must fight to forgive where forgiveness is most impossible.

I love the depth of scripture and faith in this book. So often, in a Christian romance, we find fleeting discussions of faith, but nothing of substance. This entire book is based around her faith and trust in God. It is also full of adventure, intrigue, romance, mystery and forgiveness. Please pick up a copy of this book, plus another for a Christmas gift! I have made it very simple. Just click here!!

If you would like a chance to win a copy of The Covered Deep, just comment below (with an email address, so I can contact you in case of a win). It doesn’t have to be witty. A simple, “pick me!” would do just fine. I would also appreciate it if you would follow my blog and share this post with some friends!

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Thank you, netgalley and Worthy Publishing, for sending me this book! Here’s to many more reviews!!

Freebie For All!!

Hey, guys! Another freebie today! I just did a review on Judith Miller’s new book: The Brickmaker’s Bride. I have a free copy to give away on the post.


If you head on over to Amazon, you can check out this book that is co-written by her and Tracie Peterson. There are enough of these for everyone (;

The Brickmaker’s Bride

by Judith Miller

books-the-brickmakers-brideI’m going to be honest. This is the first book I have read by Judith Miller, which is surprising since she is known for both historical and Amish fiction.

Ewan McKay has moved from Ireland to West Virginia to make his life as the proprietor and manager of a brickyard. Laura Woodfield is invested in his brickyard and wants to do everything she can to help. What is a story without a bit of intrigue though? Of course, Laura has a “secret” that she knows will ruin her chances of love, so she is resolved to live life in a loveless marriage.

Usually a story has many ups and downs. You have huge calamities and make you wonder when and how things will work out. This book was an easy read because it was smooth. It was not going from one big catastrophe to the next. I also have to say that I was impressed with her knowledge of the history of brickmaking. She definitely did her research for this book!!

That being said, who wants to WIN A FREE COPY of this book? Just leave me a comment (WITH YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS) in the comment section below. You may comment as a guest, just let me know how to get ahold of you in case you win (: I would also appreciate it if you would share this post to give others a chance to win.

If you would like to pick up a copy, just click here.

**Thanks, netgalley, for a copy of this book! Here’s to many more reviews!!

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