The premise of the story is that a retired lawyer in his fifties spends a few hours with a fellow traveler, then sees her briefly through the car windshield at a stoplight just after he'd been almost run down by a large car while he's riding his bike. From that brief glimpse at that traumatic…
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, a classic of more than a century and a half, is still popular among a wide variety of readers and movie-goers. In his introduction, Alan Vermilye wrote, "It is possible that no other single piece of fiction has had the kind of sweeping cultural influence that can be attributed…
Mystery, suspense, and romance. Flawed characters and a twisting plot. I appreciate that this is a clean read but didn't appreciate so much that the only religious people in the story were villains.
A good mystery with a nice touch of romance. People who are interested in horses and racing will probably enjoy it even more than I did.
I read this right after A Class of Her Own, the story of a romance between a middle-aged couple. A Chorus of One is the story of the young adult daughter of the heroine in the first book and had appeared in that story, which I enjoyed. I appreciate that the characters of people of…
The hero and heroine of this story are middle-aged, a refreshing change from twenty-somethings. I appreciate that the characters of people of faith who sincerely try to live accordingly, flawed and imperfect as they are.
An escape from an abusive relationship leads to redemption, romance, and restored relationships.
Knowing that the fire that happens in the story happened in real life made me appreciate how well the Christians dealt with tragedy.
A good deed gets complicated when love enters the picture.
Sometimes keeping a secret helps a relationship begin--but when the secret is revealed, the relationship can be damaged by lost trust.