Friday, March 16, 2018

Cover Reveal for Tricia Mingerink's Coming Release!

Hello, reader friends! I'm simply enthralled to be part of the cover reveal for Tricia Mingerink's coming release today! *smothers happy squeals* It's so thrilling to be getting a new story from Tricia Mingerink ... She is one of my favorite authors. ^_^ So yes. I hope you enjoy this post. Definitely add this new book to your TBR list and check out Tricia's other series!

Scroll down for the reveal!


About the book:

A prince cursed to sleep.

A princess destined to wake him.

A kingdom determined to stop them.

High Prince Alexander has been cursed to a sleep like unto death, a curse that will end the line of the high kings and send the Seven Kingdoms of Tallahatchia into chaos. With his manservant to carry his luggage and his own superior intelligence to aid him, Alex sets off to find one of the Fae and end his curse one way or another.

A hundred years later, Princess Rosanna learns she is the princess destined by the Highest King to wake the legendary sleeping prince. With the help of the mysterious Daemyn Rand, can she find the courage to finish the quest as Tallahatchia wavers on the edge of war?

One curse connects them. A hundred years separate them. From the rushing rivers of Tallahatchia’s mountains to the hall of the Highest king himself, their quests will demand greater sacrifice than either of them could imagine.

Release Date: May 28, 2018

About the author:

Tricia Mingerink is a twenty-something, book-loving, horse-riding country girl. She lives in Michigan with her family and their pack of pets. When she isn’t writing, she can be found pursuing backwoods adventures across the country.

You can connect with her on FacebookPinterestGoodreadsTwitterInstagram, and her blog.


To make things even more exciting, Tricia Mingerink is going to be co-hosting a blog tour from May 22 to 28 with Sarah Addison-Fox to celebrate the release of both of their latest books. Her next book Dissociate releases May 22. More details about blog tour will be coming in April.


So what do you all think? What do you think of that cover? Of the story description? Of the fact that it's the start of a series of fairy tale retellings? Eep! I, myself, am so excited and can't wait to read Dagger's Sleep! Comment below and fangirl with me! *winks and grins*

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

I'm an INFJ - Embracing Your Personality

My fellow bloggers, writers, and avid readers, it is time to talk about our quiet, word-loving personality. Or is it just mine? *winks*

But really, I've noticed a lot of writers/bloggers are introverts. I myself am an INFJ according to the tests I've done. The advocate, the defender, or the guardian. Supposedly, people with INFJ personalities are "rare". I don't know if I quite believe it, but I will admit that I do often feel like no one understands me.

I'm different.

No one else is quite like me.

I get lonely.

I feel crazy.

I have the fear, deep down, that I'll never belong anywhere.

I can share a lot, but I never really, really share my heart because I'm afraid no one would understand.

For a girl who longs for deep, intimate connections and community, it's a terrible thing to feel so separate from other people.

I think the loneliness and fear drive me to try to understand myself. Then I feel guilty for researching "myself"—like I'm enamored with me, haha.

But, actually, I've heard that INFJ's just have a hunger to understand their personality and the personalities of others. I want to know why I feel, react, and think certain ways. I want to understand why other people do what they do and say what they say.

And when I read things about the INFJ personality and think, Hey, that's what I do. Maybe that's why I behave this way and feel such-and-such—then I feel more okay with being me.

And you know what? It IS okay that I'm me! It's more than okay. It's perfect. God, in His infinite wisdom, created me just the way I am with exactly the personality I have. He made me introverted, bookish, relational, a dreamer, a deep thinker, and a deep feeler. He created me this way, and therefore He understands me, even when I think nobody does. Even when I can't understand myself.

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Monday, March 12, 2018

Book Review: Keturah by Lisa T. Bergren

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Title: Keturah

Author: Lisa T. Bergren

Series: The Sugar Baron's Daughter #1

Genre: Historical

Audience: Adult


In 1772 England, Lady Keturah Banning Tomlinson and her sisters find themselves the heiresses of their father's estates and know they have one option: Go to the West Indies to save what is left of their heritage.

Although it flies against all the conventions for women of the time, they're determined to make their own way in the world. But once they arrive in the Caribbean, proper gender roles are the least of their concerns. On the infamous island of Nevis, the sisters discover the legacy of the legendary sugar barons has vastly declined - and that's just the start of 
what their eyes are opened to in this unfamiliar world. 

Keturah never intends to put herself at the mercy of a man again, but every man on the island seems to be trying to win her hand and, with it, the ownership of her plantation. She could desperately use an ally, but even an unexpected reunion with a childhood friend leaves her questioning his motives. 

Set on keeping her family together and saving her father's once-great plantation, can Keturah ever surrender her stubbornness and guarded heart to God and find the healing and love awaiting her?

**3.5 stars**

Keturah by Lisa T. Bergren was an enjoyable read, with some lovely bits and interesting themes. As book one of this author's new series, THE SUGAR BARON'S DAUGHTERS, I was very much looking forward to it! It didn't end up being my favorite read, but I still am excited to read the next installment to the series and adventure more with this trio of sisters.

Keturah Banning Tomlinson is the eldest of the sisters, living in 1770s England. Upon word of her beloved father's death, she determines that she must embark on a journey to the West Indies and manage her late father's estate there. The endeavor turns out to be an imposing one, and fraught with new obstacles and dangers.

My least favorite thing about this book? Perhaps the slower pace of the plot and the fact that I wasn't as invested in the characters as I want to be when I read a novel.
But despite those things, I still managed to get into the story and must admit, am wondering what's going to happen next for Keturah and her sisters! Some scenes involving the ocean in the West Indies were so beautiful and tantalizingly authentic ... I wanted to be there! Keturah's past and her journey to emotional freedom was an interesting and touching one. Some aspects were so awful, but the healing so beautiful! Watching her learn to trust again was sweet, indeed. Though some parts seemed to be pushing the "independent woman" agenda a little, there also were scenes in Keturah that acknowledged, appreciated, and praised strong, kind, good men.
Slow pace, yes, but there was more than a couple emotion-filled, raw, authentic scenes that stirred my heart!

The romance was sweet and dear. The faith theme very lovely (though not always clear. Though Christ was mentioned, when forgiveness and sin were addressed there was no talk of holy justice and needing to accept Jesus to have your sins forgiven).

All in all, I did like this book and enjoyed my time in the West Indies - despite the danger and drama! I really do look forward to reading Verity and Selah's stories!

I received a copy of Keturah from Litfuse Publicity Blogger Program in exchange for my honest review.

Friday, March 9, 2018

Book Review: I Will Not Fear: My Story of a Lifetime of Building Faith Under Fire by Melba Pattillo Beals

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Title: I Will Not Fear: My Story of a Lifetime of Building Faith Under Fire

Author: Melba Pattillo Beals

Series: Standalone

Genre: Non-fiction/Memoir

Audience: Adult


In 1957, Melba Beals was one of the nine African American students chosen to integrate Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. But her story of overcoming didn't start - or end - there. While her white schoolmates were planning their senior prom, Melba was facing the business end of a double-barreled shotgun, being threatened with lynching by rope-carrying tormentors, and learning how to outrun white supremacists who were ready to kill her rather than sit beside her in a classroom. Only her faith in God sustained her during her darkest days and helped her become a civil rights warrior, an NBC television news reporter, a magazine writer, a professor, a wife, and a mother.

In I Will Not Fear, Beals takes readers on an unforgettable journey through terror, oppression, and persecution, highlighting the kind of faith needed to survive in a world full of heartbreak and anger. She shows how the deep faith we develop during our most difficult moments is the kind of faith that can change our families, our communities, and even the world. Encouraging and inspiring, Beals's story offers readers hope that faith is the solution to the pervasive hopelessness of our current culture.


My thoughts are uncertain when it comes to this book. It had some really thought-provoking and poignant content, but also some things I had questions about.

I Will Not Fear: My Story of a Lifetime of Building Faith Under Fire was definitely a compelling read. The beginning caught me up in the story of Melba's life, and moved me to tears - both of anguish and sweet joy that God loves His children so protectively and beautifully.

"Grandmother always quieted my fretting - explaining that it was proof of how special I was in God's eyes because He had saved my life against all odds. 'God has been kind to give you beautiful hair like shiny black satin to cover your scar. No one will know,' she said. 'God has rescued you from death because He has special assignments for you.'" (pg. 25)

I do feel that God was calling Melba to stand up against prejudice and separation, and embolden those who are persecuted or made to feel "less-than".

However, the story of her divorce was very sad. I just can't believe that that was really God's heart for her, her husband, and their daughter. Her husband definitely should have responded differently, but it also came across that Melba didn't esteem the position of being a wife and mother.
That being said, I do think I understand why someone would say: "Being a wife and mother is not enough". Because, although I believe wife & mother is a super high, honorable, and God-given role, if I was married with children but not following God passionately, it would not feel "enough" for me, either. An authentic, active relationship with God gives true purpose ... and that is perhaps what Melba was searching for. (This is why I don't want to marry unless I firmly believe God has brought along the man and written out the love story. My deepest desire is to love and serve God! And then be a wife and mother. Blogger. Author. Etc.)
So, I suppose I say that because that part of Melba Pattillo Beal's story was very heartrending. Marriage is supposed to be, as God ordained, until death parts you. Not temporary, as Melba's mother, Lois, said. But, I don't know all that was in Melba's heart and that of her husband. Seeing glimpses of her motherhood later in life was beautiful, in any case! ^_^

This book was not a light read. It is an account of some horrific things that happened to Melba. It was eye-opening and sobering. Hateful, prejudice thoughts and actions are such ugly, evil things. It is truly horrifying and sorrowful that people acted in such wicked ways toward people of just a different culture. Hopefully I Will Not Fear will inspire us all to take a firm stand if ever we see people acting in hateful or demeaning ways just because someone looks different or has a different culture than them.
Further into the book, there was also a very disturbing, gruesome story briefly told from Melba's news reporter days.

I didn't like everything about this book, but it is definitely an informational read, and inspiring to see the ways God shielded and carried Melba in His mighty hands. My favorite chapters were Chapter Seven: God is Everywhere, Especially in California  (pgs. 79-88) and Chapter Seventeen: God is as Close to You as Your Skin (pgs. 161-165). So beautiful - loved them!

Melba Pattillo Beals definitely defied expectations! One of my favorite quotes from the book is: "Life's lessons come from unexpected places. We cannot afford to allow prejudices to shut out God's blessings. Being equal is based on seeing equal. It is seated in each individual's willingness to claim their own equality despite all evidence to the contrary and all talk by others who dare to question their value."

I received a copy of I Will Not Fear from Revell Publishers in exchange for my honest review.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Book Cover Design!

Fellow readers, here are some more fun book covers to feast your eyes upon! *winks* I hope you will comment and let me know which cover is your favorite/which book sounds the most like something you'd enjoy. ^_^


The Tremblers {Blackburn Chronicles #1} by Raquel Byrnes

Charlotte Blackburn—a beautiful, intelligent, and gifted tinkerer—lives in a cloistered world of wealth and privilege beneath the Electric Tesla Dome that shields survivors of The Great Calamity. But when her father is abducted, and a strange sickness starts transforming men into vicious monsters, she discovers that technology is no protection at all.

Ashton Wells has a dire mission: Secure Colonel Blackburn and deliver his research to The Order of the Sword and Scroll. But the plan goes awry, and he is left with nothing but the colonel’s daughter who has a target on her back and is willing stop at nothing to rescue her father—including handing over to the enemy the only means to stop the monstrous plague.

Branded as traitors, Ashton and Charlotte brave the treacherous floating sky ports of Outer City to hunt down the elusive inventor, Nikola Tesla—the only person able to activate the strange device that harbors the secret to their salvation. With the government closing in, a rebellion brewing in the streets, and terrifying Tremblers attacking the innocent, the two must work together to stop their fragile world from crumbling once more into destruction.

Published: January 19th, 2018 (Pelican Book Group)

The Tower Princess {Lost Fairy Tales #1} by Shonna Slayton

The townspeople call her the Tower Princess, but Gressa’s life is no fairy tale. She’s never understood why she’s been separated from the rest of the kingdom, but now that she’s older the pieces are coming together. 

For too long she’s been trapped in her brother’s scheme to find a way through the magical wall dividing their kingdom in two. She doesn’t expect any help from the prince to the south, even if he did manage to bumble his way to her rescue. If she could pick anyone to form an alliance, it would be the squire she watches train from her window; he shows promise. But, confined to her tower, there’s nothing she can do … or is there? 

One day a hole opens up in the Dividing Wall and with it, a chance for Gressa to change everything.

Published: February 26th, 2018 (Amaretto Press)

Cleftlocke {Companions of Arcrea #3} by Nicole Sager

Cleftlocke is on the rise...

Restless for a life beyond the garrison walls, Dainger of Rhulsh is intrigued by orders to retrieve the ancient Sword of Mizgal from a mysterious clan. Hoping to prove himself worthy of the title he has been denied, his plans are quickly complicated by the dangerous games of both a devious prince and a vengeful knight. 

Bound by an anguished silence, Kara longs to redeem her son from the raiding clan that stole him from her two years ago. When her only friend sets off on a mission to Cleftlocke it seems her chance has finally come - but her desperate choice may cost Dain everything. 

Difficulties arise, taxing the fragile balance of duty and honor, and when expectations are overturned and matters escalate beyond their control, the handful of wanderers must face the possibility that God has planned a greater purpose for them all. Their faith will be tested by the choice to believe it.

Published: February 26th, 2018 (Createspace Independent Publishing Platform)

Minstrel's Call {The Minstrel's Song #4} by Jenelle Leanne Schmidt

War threatens. The game board is set. But the Minstrel is missing ... 

Advancing his growing power, the Dread Prince breaks free of his prison and brings a faction of dragons under his control, stirring unrest and hatred in the newly united kingdoms of Tellurae Aquaous. 

When the dragon wards of Kallayohm are targeted in a ruthless attack, the High King travels there to administer justice. But the trial results in a crippling blow that leaves him reeling. 

On the heels of defeat, an unexpected message from the erstwhile Minstrel arrives, pleading with his friends for rescue ...

Published: February 28th, 2018 (Stormcave Publishing)

Phoenix Fire {Phoenix Cycle #1} by S.D. Grimm

After spending her life in foster care, Ava has finally found home. But all it takes is a chance encounter with hot nerd Wyatt Wilcox for it to unravel.

Now, things are starting to change. First, the flashes of memories slowly creeping in. Memories of other lives, lives that Wyatt is somehow in. Then, the healing. Any cut? Gone.

But when Cade and Nick show up, claiming to be her brothers, things get even weirder. They tell her she’s a Phoenix, sent to protect the world from monsters—monsters she never knew existed. It’s a little hard to accept. Especially when they tell her she has to end the life of a Phoenix turned rogue, or Cade will die.

With Wyatt’s increasingly suspicious behavior, Ava’s determined to figure out what he’s hiding. Unless she can discover Wyatt’s secret in time and complete her Phoenix training, she’ll lose the life, love, and family she never thought she could have.

Published: March 5th, 2018 (Entangled Teen)

Fierian {Abiassa's Fire #3} by Ronie Kendig

To save the world, he must watch it burn

Abiassa’s people fall. Her Fierian dwindles. Her Deliverers wait as Poired Dyrth marches unchecked through the Nine Kingdoms. He’s taken the Embers of countless Accelerants. He’s taken Zaethien and Hetaera, the mightiest cities of the Nine. He’s taken the blood of the royal family. Now Dyrth is after Haegan’s power—the Fierian’s power. And after that, he wants the world.  

He will not take it unopposed. Battered and outnumbered, the remnant of the Nine forge new alliances, make friends of enemies, and prepare to stand against the last great press of evil. In faith, they wait. The Fierian will come. 

War raging without and within, Abiassa’s people face their greatest need. But before the Fierian can fulfill his destiny, he has to defeat the enemy in his own mind.

Published: March 6th, 2018 (Enclave Publishing)

Ellie and the Prince {Faraway Castle #1} by J.M. Stengl

Don't miss this stunning Golden Phoenix Award-winning novel!

Serving as Controller of Magical Creatures at the illustrious Faraway Castle resort, Ellie Calmer knows her place. She is a servant, and she has no business thinking about handsome Prince Omar, a regular visitor at the resort, much less talking to him!

But then a unicorn on the resort grounds attacks a party of riders, frightening the guests, and a band of young and adventurous nobles decide to hunt it down. Suddenly Ellie needs Omar's help. She knows something must be wrong to have driven the unicorn to such desperate extremes. Can she and Omar find the unicorn before it's too late? And will she somehow protect her heart against the irresistible attraction she feels for the kind and gentle prince?

Expected Publication: March 2018 (Rooglewood Press)

Unbreakable {Unblemished #3} by Sara Ella

Eliyana Ember is stranded in a foreign country in the Third Reflection with no passport, the inability to mirrorwalk, and zero clue where the nearest Thresholds back into the Fourth or Second might lie. Her mind is a haze, her memories vague. She knows a wormhole from the Fourth sent her here. She remembers her mom and baby brother Evan. Makai and Stormy and Joshua ...

Deep down El realizes she must end the Void once and for all. Is there a way to trap the darkness within its current vessel, kill it off completely? To do so would mean sacrificing another soul—the soul of a man Joshua claims is a traitor. But he’s lied to her before, and even El senses Joshua can’t be fully trusted, but one thing is certain ...

The Void must be annihilated. And only the Verity—the light which birthed the darkness—can put an end to that which seeks to kill and destroy.

Expected Publication: May 1st, 2018 (Thomas Nelson)

The ideal lady wears lace, speaks quietly, and never under any circumstances fixes her own automobiles. But Gwyn Ruthers has never cared two snaps for the ideal lady. With the war to end all wars exploding across the Channel, she leaves behind her restrictive life as a chauffer’s daughter to serve in an all-female ambulance unit in France. Rambling over bomb blasted roads is far from the exotic travel she had in mind, but not even a handsome captain can distract her from the purpose at hand. Most of the time.

Slogging through mud and a despair that no man should have to witness, Captain William Crawford stumbles over a woman—quite literally—who has the ridiculous notion to enter a man’s fight along the Front. Why can she not sit patiently at home like all the other complacent women?

Bound together by circumstances beyond their control, Gwyn and William must fight to survive the battle raging all around them. Can their love survive or will it become another casualty of war?

Expected Publication: June 2018 (Smitten Historical Romance)

Searching for You {Orphan Train #3} by Jody Hedlund

Despite years on the run, Sophie Neumann is determined to care for two young children. She won't abandon them the way she thinks her older sisters abandoned her. But times are growing desperate, and when she falls in with the wrong crowd and witnesses a crime, she realizes fleeing 1850s New York is her only option.

Disappearing with her two young charges into a group of orphans heading west by train, Sophie hopes to find safety and a happy life. When the train stops in Illinois for the first placement of orphans, Sophie faces the most difficult choice of her life.

Reinhold Weiss has finally purchased his own small farm. With mounting debts, a harvest to bring in, and past scars that haunt him, he's in no position to give his heart away ... but can he say no when his long-lost friend shows up on a nearby train pleading for his help?

Expected Publication: December 4th, 2018 (Bethany House Publishers)

The Bride of Ivy Green {Tales from Ivy Hill #3} by Julie Klassen

Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain - and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled.

Jane Bell is torn. Gabriel Locke is back and has made his intentions clear. But Jane is reluctant to give up her inn and destine another man to a childless marriage. Then someone she never expected to see again returns to Ivy Hill ...

Mercy Grove has lost her school and is resigned to life as a spinster, especially as the man she admires seems out of reach. Should she uproot herself from Ivy Cottage to become a governess for a former pupil? Her decision will change more lives than her own.

A secretive new dressmaker arrives in the village, but the ladies soon suspect she isn't who she claims to be. Will they oust the imposter, or help rescue her from a dangerous predicament?

In the meantime, everyone expects Miss Brockwell to marry a titled gentleman, even though her heart is drawn to another. While the people of Ivy Hill anticipate one wedding, an unexpected bride may surprise them all.

Don't miss this romantic, stirring conclusion to Tales from Ivy Hill.

Expected Publication: December 4th, 2018 (Bethany House Publishers)

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Book Review: Real-Life Romance: Inspiring Stories to Help You Believe in True Love by Rhonda Stoppe

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Title: Real-Life Romance: Inspiring Stories to Help You Believe in True Love

Author: Rhonda Stoppe

Series: Standalone

Genre: Christian Living/Non-Fiction

Audience: Adult


Do You Believe in True Love?

In a world of broken relationships and hurting people, it can seem like all we ever see is heartache—that marriages are doomed from the start and romance isn't worth the risk.

But heart-fluttering, long-lasting love is all around us ... we just have to look for it!

This collection of beautiful, real-life accounts will bring laughter and tears as you enjoy each story of ordinary people who found extraordinary love. Page after page, you will find inspiration to

rekindle the romance in your love story
trust in God's providence and timing
faithfully hope for your own happily-ever-after
celebrate true romance
believe in life-long love

Don't let the world define romance for you! See how God is at work in the hearts of His people—knitting together hearts in a love that forever endures.

**4.5 stars**

Quite a thoughtful, fun, and inspiring read! There were a couple things I wasn't sure what to think about, so that's why this book didn't quite reach five stars. But overall, Real-Life Romance by Rhonda Stoppe is an amazing, lovely book that I hope to share with others!

"And you'll discover how God's plan is for couples to love each other so deeply with His love that their marriages become a light He can use to draw others to know Him." (Real-Life Romance pg. 9)

So basically, this book is a collaboration of twenty-five unique love stories. Each story is a little different, which is so neat to see. Real-Life Romance is about sweet romances as well as faith, friendship, redemption, loss, secret sin, and forgiveness. It was so awesome to see how God worked in these couple's lives! It was also fun hearing about the author's own love story, and those of her children! Breaking the Bro Code: Estevan & Kayla (pgs. 177-188) was especially heartfelt. I was deeply touched by how they used personal loss to keep an eternal perspective and press closer to Jesus Christ.

Some of my very favorite stories were Waiting on God's Timing: Keven & Suzanne (pgs. 33-38)The Heart's True Desire: Jason & Noelle (pgs. 39-45); Addicted to Each Other: Jeff & Jennifer (pgs. 105-113); and Connected at the Heart: Bill & Pam (pgs. 131-139). These four were particularly beautiful and powerful to me. I so loved them!
Oh, and the brief bit about Apostle Peter and his wife. Ah! Incredibly tender and soul-stirring. I'm so glad Rhonda Stoppe included that account in Real-Life Romance! It was a perfect way to conclude the book.

I have strong, personal convictions about dating and marriage, so some of the stories didn't resound with me as much as others. Particularly when couples seemed to rush ahead instead of seeking the Lord and waiting for His leading. One story it appeared that a man was a Christian when he married a woman who was an unbeliever. (She came to know the Lord and has a beautiful testimony, but I question whether his decision was Biblical. {2 Corinthians 6:14-18}) Also, there were at least four stories about divorce and remarriage. From reading the Bible, I firmly believe that God is against divorce and it's not His heart for His people! (Matthew 5:31-32; Mark 10:2-12; 1 Corinthians 7:39; Romans 7:2-3; Malachi 2:16; 1 Corinthians 7:11-13; Hebrews 13:4). So I'm always a little at loss of what to think when reading about divorce and remarriage. I don't know the whole stories - background and reason for divorce. And some (all?) of the stories were about people who married/divorced before they had become believers. Anyway, I just thought I would give a cautionary mention about that.

Even when one of the stories didn't settle with me as much, I felt Rhonda Stoppe herself was pretty spot-on throughout the whole book! After each story, she has sections called Ponder This and Ask Yourself, and I felt she spoke a lot of Biblical truths and raised important questions through those! Even with the concerns I mentioned above, I believe Rhonda Stoppe and I have quite similar thoughts, convictions, ideas, and cautions.

"How might you adjust your life to take your focus off looking for a husband and learn to find contentment in loving and serving Jesus?" (Real-Life Romance pg. 38)

All in all, I think the themes of Real-Life Romance: Inspiring Stories to Help You Believe in True Love were of finding your hope and joy in the Lord and believing that He does and will write beautiful love stories and strengthen marriages to be a light and a testimony! I was encouraged. ^_^ Besides a few things that raised questions for me, I recommend this book. Planning to have my mom and sister read at least my favorite stories! *smiles*

"When looking for a mate, it's tempting to take your eyes off the prize of Christ and focus on who might be 'the one'. But let's follow the example of the woman in Tony's unit. If you run this race of life with your focus on the One who calls you to run, and one day you look over and see a man whose eyes are fixed on Jesus and he places his hand in the small of your back to help you run your race - marry him!" (Real-Life Romance pg. 226)

I received a copy of Real-Life Romance from Litfuse Publicity Blogger Program in exchange for my honest review.

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