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For Keeps (Aggie's Inheritance)

For Keeps (Aggie’s Inheritance)

Chautona Havig

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I wondered how Chautona would keep up with the great story of the first book, but this one was even better. More humor, more fun, and a love story that just sneaks up on you. Again, Aggie is truly believable and relatable, and we really see she’s not a superwoman. The kids’ personalities really shine, and I just fell in love with Luke and his family. This book is now one of my favorites, and it made me so excited to read the next in the series!

J. Gigowski

Her first six months of “motherhood” included an ant infestation, a major move, house renovation, and lessons in how to be a mom to eight lively children. Now that the house is nearly complete, her children are headed back to school, and she has a few tantrums under her hymn-singing belt, Aggie is certain life will settle down. Poor Aggie…William makes his intentions known, Luke and his mother are always there for her, and between a new kitten, a box full of puppies, and chicken pox, Aggie’s home begins to resemble the local zoo! Her children keep testing the waters, the unrealistic budgets she makes refuse to balance, and she learns that life with children means that nothing stays done and perfect for long. Add Geraldine and her histrionics to the mix and it’s no wonder she’s ready to run away from home. When a surprise letter arrives, everything could turn upside down. Relief is in sight, but can she bring herself to jump to plan B? Has this just been a practice game, or is she playing for keeps? Will her household shrink drastically, or will it expand?

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Tangled Ashes

Tangled Ashes

Michèle Phoenix

Price: FREE

I really enjoyed this newest book by Michele. I loved the setting…and that you can go to her website to see a photo album of the places that are so important to the story. Her writing is very well done. I appreciated her ability to weave together so many characters, their own pain and struggles, and two different time periods, without totally losing the reader or story line.

Marcy Pusey “queenlaughy”

When Marshall Becker arrives in Lamorlaye, France, to begin the massive renovation of a Renaissance-era castle, he unearths a dark World War II history few in the village remember. The project that was meant to provide an escape for Becker instead becomes a gripping glimpse into the human drama that unfolded during the Nazi occupation and seems to live on in midnight disturbances and bizarre acts of vandalism.

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  1. Christine Keough says

    What I love about your recommendations is that you always link up books with high ratings. That is very helpful! Most of the ones I’ve read so far are excellent! Thank you so much as always!!!!!!

  2. I reviewed Tangled Ashes:) good!

  3. Anything from Chautona Havig is fabulous πŸ™‚ She is a wonderful author and this series is great πŸ™‚