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InnerSavvy

InnerSavvy

Joined July 2017

I will never read all the books on my TBR list and that makes me happy. Historical Fiction | Christian Fiction | Memoirs | Thrillers & Suspense
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Finding Home | Karen Kingsbury, Tyler Russell
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Middle school book. 2nd in the series

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Jewel of the Nile | Tessa Afshar
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Beautiful book about scarred characters shortly after Jesus who are growing in the ways of their Savior.

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Power Play | Rachel Dylan
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Final book in the series. Loved the heroine.

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Final book in the series. Excellent. Eason is a super writer of Christian suspense. Can not wait for next one.

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The Heart's Charge | Karen Witemeyer
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2nd book in the series to start off my 2022 reading. Just as good as the first one.

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At Love's Command | Karen Witemeyer
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A perfect, light-hearted historical fiction romance to end the year. Will read the next one in the series to start the new year.

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Forgiving Paris: A Novel | Karen Kingsbury
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Such a touching story of Ashley going back to Paris, forgiving herself as she sees the good that happened while she was there. Highly recommend

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Did not grab me. Just ok read.

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If you are thinking about adding fasting into your life this is a hood book to read.

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Lethal Intent | Cara C. Putman
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Interesting topic on new treatments for cancer with intrigue ans a sweet romance.

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Interesting perspective on being a classical liberal. I did not agree with everything but reasonable in his thoughts.

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11 women write of the power of prayer in their lives.

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Bookshop by the Sea | Denise Hunter
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Easy Christian romance.

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1st book in series was more mystery than suspense. Kept me guessing and I liked how it all came together

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Nice paced Christian suspense

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This is just a collection of previous stories he published in the past.

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If you are looking for a WWII book from a different perspective I recommend this book. Entertaining and intriguing.

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What a sweet book of 5 broken characters coming together to learn to trust and share. A bit of mystery kept it intriguing. Really enjoyed.

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Interesting to know more about this saint of the impossible.

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Excellent third book in series. Do not have read them in order.

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The Letter Keeper | Charles Martin
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I have no idea how I am going to wait until Jun 2022 for the next book. Charles Martin is my all-time favorite author. His writing style is above any one I have read. An absolute myst-read.

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Three Missing Days | Colleen Coble
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3rd and last book in the Pelican Harbir series. Overall an interesting series. It ended with the loose ends tied up

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Love People Use Things: Because the Opposite Never Works | Joshua Fields Millburn, Ryan Nicodemus
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Love People Use Things is a great book about 8 Relationships we have. How creating space allows those relationships to flourish. Love Millburn's writing style, engaging and thought-provoking. I had not listened or read The Minimilists before. Will now. Definitely recommend for anyone.

Received this book from publisher but my own thoughts and review.

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Thought provoking

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Wrapped in Rain | Charles Martin
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Martin is my favorite author. I am slowly going back to read his older novels. Excellent. He grabs my emotions and doesn't let go till the end. Live his broken characters. Highly recommend.

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Aftermath | Terri Blackstock
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I really enjoy Cristian suspense. Fast, easy read that had me speeding through it.

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I love the stories set in Hope Harbor. Truly feel good. Will keep reading this series as long as Hannon keeps writing books.

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Finding Ashley: A Novel | Danielle Steel
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Only read this book due to recommendation of my Mom. Nope. Danielle Steele is not a good writer any more. She repeats and tells, but she does not draw a person in. Did not finish. Looked ar last couple of pages and I can tell you how the book went without reading it.

Also the cover bugs me. It is a young girl but the main character gave her up as a baby and found her at 33. Does not fit.

BookishMarginalia That cover would bug me too. 11mo
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The Rose Code | Kate Quinn
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Another excellent book by Quinn. Set during WWII about code breakers in England. Great job of story using real history.

Sassy_Steph Loved this one!! 13mo
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Distant Shore | Karen Kingsbury
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Book about the hard reality of sex trafficking. Good to learn. Ended a little too neatly.

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Last book in series. It was a fun series. Needed easy, light mystery. Recommend.

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Fun 5th book in the series. I am loving Enola and her advenrures.

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Another fun mystery.

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Going back to read some of Hannon's older series. I really liked these characters. Looking forward to next book.

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An older series of Warren. Fun, light-hearted mystery with an inspirational message.

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I really enjoyed listening to this book. Amazing narrator for a fun mystery.

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Lived how this book tied several of her series together and wrapped up the mystery. Ham is my favorite character. Great suspense and romance.

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Fun English mystery.

katy4peas I love the Enola Holmes mysteries! 1y
InnerSavvy I really am enjoying it 1y
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The Four Winds | Kristin Hannah
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Wonderful writing. However, it is a sad, hard book to read. Do not read if you need a uplifting book. Read if you want a tough subject. Parallels to our life now...we are experiencing a severe drought

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I enjoyed this current topic, romantic suspense. Hannon continues to create characters that I care about.

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Middle school detective book. Set in England. It was a joy to read. I think young girls should read it.

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Oh I do not want this series to be over. Lived the Marshall family. Loved how all 5 books brought the story forward. Wonderful series.

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4th book in a great romantic suspense series. Each book based on one of the siblings, but the other siblings are brought into the stories. Feels like family.

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2nd book in series. Not my favorite story by Coble but still a puck.

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3td book in series. Easy read. Not overly suspenseful but still intetesting. Thought I had figured it out. Was not completely correct.

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Ford: Montana Marshalls 3 | Susan May Warren
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This series is fun. It has suspense, romance, military and travel. Can not wait to read the next one.

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I read 50 pages through chapter 4. Just was not interested. I am sure some will love this book.

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Greenlights | Matthew McConaughey
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Easy read memoir. Interesting stories of his crazy life. Read if you have enjoyed McConaughhey's acting.

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Tate: Montana Marshalls, #2 | Susan May Warren
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2nd book in The Montana Marshall's series. This series is fun. It has mystery, intrigue and romance. Susan May Warren is becoming a top, favorite Christian suspense author for me.

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Knox: The Montana Marshalls | Susan May Warren
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I have been really enjoying Susan May Warren, so I just started The Montana Marshall's series. Romantic suspense. This one even pulled in a few characters from a past series. Looking forward to the next one.