Last Chance Knit & Stitch by Hope Ramsay Review

Last Chance Knit & Stitch by Hope Ramsey

I got this book as a Goodreads First Reads winner. This book was interesting from start to finish! Molly has dreams of starting her own auto body repair shop but her dreams are forced to the back burner when her mother takes off only leaving a note. The impact of her mother leaving spirals down to not only Molly but to her friends as well. A tall, dark, and handsome man from her past comes home for his father’s funeral and they share an attraction that threatens to change both of their minds about love and marriage. Simon and Molly share the hurtful fact that they are not, and do not want to be, what their families expect them to be. Simon left town and never looked back and when he comes back to Last Chance he finds that not all of his memories are painful like he though they would be. His mother suffers from Alzhimers and doesn’t recognize him, his father is gone, and memories of a childhood tragidy are difficult emotions for Simon to deal with. Add his attraction to his High School coach’s daughter and the feelings she stirs up in him. Can Simon and Molly get past their age difference? Do they both want to keep their no commitment, no children in the end? Read this amazing story to learn about how Simon and Molly deal with their emotional problems and how nature can take it’s own course and change you life.


Humidity Rising by Amelia Rose Review

Humidity Rising by Amelia Rose


I got this book as a Goodreads First Reads giveaway winner. Humidity Rising is a great, short mystery/ romance book with a twist. While it’s a short book with only 108 pages of the story, it’s still well written and has a great story.

Kristi is raising her niece after the tragic death of her parents when she meets Wes at a pediatric dental office waiting to pick up his nephew. He offers to take her and Janie out to dinner, bringing his nephew along for added security.

Wes and Kristi have an instant attraction and desire to be together, that is until Wes’ ex girlfriend threatens to tear them apart forever. Mentally unstable and determined to get him back, the reader is taken on her short but twisted mission to carry out her plan. Will Liza be able to keep Wes and Krisit apart? Will Wes take Liza back? You have to read to find out!

Review of Rosa’s Land: Western Justice Book 1


Rosa’s Land is a Christian Novel set in the Old West and Indian Territory. Lafayette “Faye” Riordan is the youngest of three boys who was raised to be a gentle man who didn’t fight. His two brothers and father were tough, hard, ruthless businessmen and they made fun of Faye for being an artistic painter. After a short courtship with a woman, she tells Faye she doesn’t want to ruin him and tells him to forget her. This sets in motion Faye’s determination to prove that he is a man and sets off to teach himself how to take care of himself so he can join Judge Parkers Marshals.

In his quest to prove he’s a man he joins the Marshal Service doing nasty jobs because of a letter his mother wrote the Judge before Faye left. Then one day a woman rides up looking for a Posse after an attack on her land that resulted in a hired hand being murdered and horses stolen. The only one there was Faye and in the beginning Rosa thought very little of Faye. Faye proves himself to her and her family and risks his life more than once to save Rosa becomes the love of his life.

Both Rosa and Faye invite God into their lives and experience the peace and love that He can provide. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves a good Marshal/ Outlaw Christain novel. This book is very well written and when reading this book you can see the land and houses that the Author speaks of because of how well it’s detailed.

A little about me

I am a mother and I would not trade that for the world!  I am a wife to a hard-working husband who calls my daughter his own, and who spoils her every chance he gets.  My daughter has dyslexia and inattentive type ADHD so reading is a very important part of her life as well.  She reads on her own at home in hopes she can conquer her dyslexia.  I am always looking for books for her that will hold her interest and help her in her quest.  I am a bookworm and I do judge a book by its cover (at times, and in a good way).  There are times a book title disappears because the book cover is so eye-catching that I just have to find out what the book is about!  The only types of books I don’t read often are about religion, just because there are so many “false-profits” and those who try to attack the Christian beliefs.  I do read books about religion other than Christian to gain a better knowledge of other cultures and beliefs.  Knowledge is power and a lot of knowledge comes from books of all kinds.

My favorite type of book to read is an edge of your seat thriller, one that makes you want to turn the page even when you should really want to put it down.  I also enjoy paranormal type books.  One such Author is Jamie Magee, the Insight series are amazing books that I will be reviewing in the near future.  Western style romance books are another type of book I enjoy.  The books don’t have to be erotic type romance books, however I have and do read those types of books.  Such reviews will be clearly marked in the title.

We are owned by 5 dachshunds, 4 girls and 1 boy.  George is the oldest followed by Bella and the 3 other girls are their daughters.  We have Renesmee Carlie, Rosalee and Flicka.  Yep, I was a Twi-hard and loved the Twilight Saga.  I read all of the books as well as own each movie and named 3 of my dogs after the characters.

I am disabled so reading allows me to escape and have time to myself curled up with a cup of hot coffee a soft blanket and drown out any noise by reading so intensely that everything and everyone else is gone.

Review of ‘Bedtime Stories: Old Owl’s Fairy Tales by Alice Cussler


This book is a collection of short stories that, according to the Author is to help children learn to respect animals.  I also read little life lessons within these short stories.  This book is for children ages 4-8 and I recommend this book to parents who enjoy reading to their children and for parents looking for short stories to help their child learn to read.


After much thought, I’ve decided to start a blog about the books I’ve read giving my honest review of each book.  I read just about everything from Romance to Paranormal, fiction to non-fiction and everything in between.  My reading motto: I’ll read any book at least once!

I know there are a million blogs and other types of websites from people who read and review books, but the nice thing is, we all have our own opinion of a book.  We could all read the same book and give a review about it, but each review will be different.  Some may not like the book while others love it but have different reasons why they loved it.  This blog is my personal opinion of each book I’ve read.

I love that offers free books for Kindle (or in my case Kindle for PC) because it allows those of us who love to read, the ability to keep reading when we can’t afford to go out and buy new books.  A special thanks goes out to the Authors who allow their books to be given away, it’s Authors like you who make the free ebooks possible!

I hope that you will find my reviews helpful and I look forward to writing about books!