Saturday, March 14, 2009

Notable mentions for 2008

Just thought I'd run some titles that I totally enjoyed reading in 2008 past you all again. You should be able to click on the title and it will take you to my book review. These aren't in any order except order they came into my head.

Passion Most Pure by Julie Lessman
Falcon and A Sparrow by M. L. Tyndall
Heavenly Places by Kimberly Cash Tate
John 3:16 by Nancy Moser
Nan's Journey by Elaine Littau
Hidden by Shelley Shepard Gray
Plain Perfect by Beth Wiseman
A Sister's Test by Wanda Brunstetter
White Christmas Pie by Wanda Brunstetter
Betsy's Return by Wanda Brunstetter
Promises, Promises by Amber Miller
Quills & Promises by Amber Miller
A Bride So Fair by Carol Cox
The Parting by Beverly Lewis
Return to Me by Robin Lee Hatcher
The Other Daughter by Miralee Ferrell
Like Always by Robert Elmer
Lost in NashVegas by Rachel Hauck
NashVegas Diva by Rachel Hauck

Once Blind by Kay Marshall Storm

Murder on the Ol Bunions by S. Dionne Moore
Murder by Mushroom by Virginia Smith
Beyond the Reflection's Edge by Bryan Davis

The Fall of the Candy Corn by Debbie Viguie
The Summer of the Cotton Candy by Debbie Viguie
Coming UnGlued by Rebeca Seitz
Mixed Bags by Melody Carlson
It's all about Us by Shelley Adina

Finding Father Christmas by Robin Jones Gunn
Engaging Father Christmas by Robin Jones Gunn
One Holy Night by J.M. Hochstetler
The Christmas Edition by Robin Shope

Runaway A Starlight Animal Recuse by Dandi Daley Mackell
Adventures of Songha by Linda R. Caterin
There's a Spaceship in My Tree by Robert West
House of Dark Shadows by Robert Liparulo
Watcher in the Woods by Robert Liparulo
Sydney Clair's Season of Changes by Pam Davis

Queen Vernita's Visitors by Dawn Mange
The Moon Shines Down by Margaret Wise Brown
My Little Girl by Tim McGraw & Tom Douglas

When did my life Become a Game of Twister by Mary Pierce
I'm Not Crazy but I might be a Carrier by Charles Marshall
Beyond Me by Kathi Macias
When Answers aren't Enough by Matt Rogers
Be Last by Jeremy Kingsley
Igniting the Moral Courage of America by Dean Kilmer


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