Blog Tour and Giveaway: Flights of Fancy by Jen Turano


About the Book


Title: Flights of Fancy

Author: Jen Turano

Genre: Christian Historical Romance, Gilded Age

Release date: January 1, 2019

Publisher: Bethany House

Miss Isadora Delafield may be an heiress, but her life is far from carefree. When her mother begins pressuring her to marry an elderly and uncouth duke, she escapes from the high society world she’s always known and finds herself to be an unlikely candidate for a housekeeper position in rural Pennsylvania.

Mr. Ian MacKenzie is known for his savvy business sense and has built his reputation and fortune completely on his own merits. But when his adopted parents are in need of a new housekeeper and Isadora is thrown into his path, he’s unexpectedly charmed by her unconventional manner.

Neither Isadora nor Ian expected to find the other so intriguing, but when mysterious incidents on the farm and the truth of Isadora’s secret threaten those they love, they’ll have to set aside everything they thought they wanted for a chance at happy-ever-after.

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My Thoughts

FLIGHTS OF fancy was a good, humorous read, with some awkward and even some suspenseful moments thrown in.

Before I go on to the rest of my review, I can I just say that I loved how odious the Duke of Montrose was from the very beginning? It made it all the more believable why Isadora had to run away and disguise herself as a housekeeper! Just even some of the stuff he says to her upon their first interaction made me gag (this is a good thing, since he is the villain) and I even had to explain it to some of my co-workers when I was reading the first few chapters during my lunch break one day.

Anyway, on to the main character that are not the villains of the novel. I loved getting to know Isadora, especially as she tries to adjust to the duties of a housekeeper, which with being an heiress she has absolutely no clue what to do, this only made her more endearing as a character.

Then there is Ian and the chemistry that he has with Isadora from the start. He definitely makes a good hero for our leading lady! I loved watching the romance bloom between these two characters.

Overall, this was a good read and I am looking forward to seeing what Jen Turano puts out next!


About the Author

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One of the Funniest Voices in Inspirational Romance by Booklist, Jen Turano is a USA Today Best-Selling Author, known for penning quirky historical romances set in the Gilded Age. Her books have earned Publisher Weekly and Booklist starred reviews, top picks from Romantic Times, and praise from Library Journal. She’s been a finalist twice for the RT Reviewers’ Choice Awards and had two of her books listed in the top 100 romances of the past decade from Booklist. When she’s not writing, she spends her time outside of Denver, CO.

Guest post from Jen

Q & A With Jen Turano

“Flights of Fancy” is the first book in the American Heiress Series. What inspired you to write this series?

The inspiration for this entire series started off with a What If? All of my proposals for new series start off that way, and this time it was – What if Consuelo Vanderbilt had balked when her mother insisted she marry the Duke of Marlborough – and then that led to – What if she’d run away until her mother came to her senses? Just like that, an entire series was born – a bit of a different take on American heiresses because in all three books, my heiresses might decide to go a tad…rogue. We start off with Miss Isadora Delafield – who does run off to avoid marriage to a duke, then we get to meet Miss Poppy Garrison, who is an unexpected heiress but who can’t quite seem to get a handle on the expected social decorum of the day, and then the final book revolves around Miss Beatrix Waterbury – who gets banished to Chicago after she annoys her mother one too many times, and once there, well, gets up to a bit of mischief.

How do you come up with the names of your characters?

I find most of my names as I research the New York Four-Hundred, although I normally take a first name here, a last name there so I’m not stepping on any toes by writing about an actual historical figure – except for some of the main figures in New York society back then, such as Mr. Ward McAllister – who was the social arbiter of the day, or Mrs. William Astor, who was the queen of that society. What I don’t do is simply make up names, no matter how outrageous they may appear. And, no matter how I may love a certain name, if the character decides it doesn’t suit them, that’s it, it’s out and I’m back to the drawing board.

How do you picture your character? Do you use Pinterest, magazines, movies?

Odd as this may seem, I don’t use pictures for my characters. They start off in my mind as a blurry figure, and then, they develop from there – I like to keep my descriptions of them somewhat vague on the pages so that the reader can imagine them exactly the way they’d like them to be.

What are some of your favorite resources for historical research?

I’ve been building up a research library over the past few years and now have over 200 books dedicated to the Gilded Age. My favorites are – “A Season of Splendor” by Greg King, “Society as I Have Found It” by Ward McAllister, “The Gilded Age in New York – 1870-1910” by Esther Crain, and “ ‘King Lehr’ and the Gilded Age” by Elizabeth Drexel Lehr.

The setting for “Flights of Fancy” is a bit of a departure for you since it’s set in and outside of Pittsburgh. Any reason for that?

My mom was born in Pittsburgh, and unfortunately, her father, a prominent attorney back in the day, died when she was only four. I thought it would be cool to set a story in Pittsburgh, which would then allow me to really dive into some research. And get this – while I was doing that research, I found this obscure journal called “Memoirs of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. In that journal was a bit about my great-grandfather, Fred, his wife, Susie, my grandfather, and his brother and sister, but I’d never heard about this brother, who apparently died quite young. One of the most fabulous research tidbits I’ve uncovered to date.

What are you working on now?

I’ve just recently turned in the content edits for the second book in this series, “Diamond in the Rough,” and I’ve also turned in a novella about the Harvey Girls that will be coming out in a novella collection in Fall, 2019. With those out of the way, I’m now starting the third and final book in the American Heiress series, Miss Beatrix Waterbury’s story, but I’m having a bit of a struggle with the hero at the moment – he was supposed to be Edward, but he doesn’t want to be an Edward – I think he wants to be Norman – but, time will tell on that one – don’t hold me to the name – it’ll depend on if he changes his mind or not – pesky characters.

You seem to enjoy adding animals in many of your stories. Will we find any animals in “Flights of Fancy?”

Since Miss Isadora Delafield ends up on a farm, I do believe you will find a few animals, such as an adorable cow by the name of Buttercup, a few goats that seem to have a great liking for laundry, and…there might be some chickens.

Thanks for stopping by today, everyone! Always enjoy visiting with all of you – in fact, that’s the best part of my job!

All the best,

~ Jen ~

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Book Review: The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin

Hello Everyone,

Today’s review is on The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin.


I chose this book because I had heard a lot of good things about it from other readers, and the whole apocalypse in a fantasy land intrigued me.

Essun goes looking for her husband after she finds that he has murdered their son and gone on the run with their daughter. However, her journey to find her daughter is impeded by the fact that a major apocalyptic has taken place in the capital city of Sanze. The story also follows two “other” main characters Damaya, a young girl with magical powers, and Syenite, a young woman who has completed her studies as an orogene, who is trying to work her way up in the fulcrum. While these seem like three parallel stories, in the end readers will discover that all three eventually converge to reveal that Essun is an older and wiser version of Damaya and Syenite.

This was an interesting book to listen on audiobook, Robin Miles does a fantastic job in narrating the novel, especially pronouncing the words that I know I would have pronounced wrong.

It was interesting to follow Essun’s journey as she tries to find her husband and daughter, while also encountering characters who are dealing with the aftermath of an apocalyptic event. She seems to be resilient against it all, powered by her determination to find her family. I also enjoyed getting to know Syenite and Damaya and their lives as they try to work the way up in the Fulcrum (a ruling society of Oregenes, people who possess magical powers), and try to control their powers.

The plot did have some lags partly do to the various ways that the author decided to do the world-building. There were also moments when it was hard to follow what was going on at times, but this might have been due to listening to the audiobook instead of reading the physical book.

Overall, many fans of science fiction and fantasy will enjoy this book because it has all the elements of fantasy with elements of apocalyptic fiction thrown in. 3.5/5 Stars.

Happy Reading,

Janelle L. C.

December Wrap-up

  1. Starry Night by Robin Jones Gunn291446
  2. Book Love by Debbie Tung39296114
  3. The Bridge by Karen Kingsbury 13547154
  4. The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate 11594337
  5. Best Family Ever by Karen Kingsbury and Tyler Russell 40538576
  6. The ABCs of What I Can Be by Caitlin McDonagh 39738663
  7. Wundersmith: The Calling of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend 36260006
  8. Pride and Prejudice and Mistletoe by Melissa De La Cruz33602143
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  14. Alaskan Holidays by Debbie Macomber37969732
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  16. Lumberjanes #19 27868015
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  18. Lumberjanes #21 28278617
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  20. The Christmas Cat by Meoldy Carlson 20665226
  21. 12 Ways Your Phone is Changing You by Tony Reinke 31804439
  22. Lumberjanes #23 29335084
  23. Lumberjanes #24 29538615
  24. Come, Let Us Adore Him by Paul David Tripp 33583903
  25. Seventeen Wishes by Robin Jones Gunn 383083

Happy Reading,

Janelle L. C.

Modern Mrs. Darcy 2019 Reading Challenges

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Hello Everyone!

As you saw yesterday I am taking part in the Around the Year in 52 Books Challenge this year. Along with those challenges I am also taking part in the Modern Mrs. Darcy 2019 Reading Challenge because it is fun and I can also double up on challenges from each challenge! I’m also debating whether to do the PopSugar reading challenge, but we shall see. Here are the Modern Mrs. Darcy 2019 Reading Challenges:

  • A book you’ve been meaning to read.
  • A book about a topic that fascinates you.
  • A book in the backlist of a favorite author.
  • A book recommended by someone with great taste. 
  • Three books by the same author. 
  • A book you chose for the cover
  •  A book by an author who is new to you. 
  • A book in translation
  • A book outside your comfort zone
  • A book published before you were born. 

Happy Reading,

Janelle L. C.

Around the Year in 52 Books 2019 Challenges

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Hello Everyone,

If you’ve been following me for a while, you probably know that since 2017 I have taken in the Around the Year in 52 Books Reading Challenge on Goodreads, and I plan on doing it again this year – hopefully I will succeed this year! Here are the reading challenges for 2019:

1. A book that was nominated for or won an award in a genre you enjoy
2. A book with one of the 5 W’s in the title (Who, What, Where, When, Why)
3. A book where the author’s name contains A, T, and Y
4. A book with a criminal character (i.e. assassin, pirate, thief, robber, scoundrel etc)

5. A book by Shakespeare or inspired by Shakespeare
6. A book with a dual timeline
7. 2 books related to the same topic, genre, or theme: Book #1
8. 2 books related to the same topic, genre, or theme: Book #2

9. A book from one of the top 5 money making genres (romance/erotica, crime/mystery, religious/inspirational, science fiction/fantasy or horror)
10. A book featuring an historical figure
11. A book related to one of the 12 Zodiac Chinese Animals (title, cover, subject)
12. A book about reading, books or an author/writer

13. A book that is included on a New York Public Library Staff Picks list
14. A book with a title, subtitle or cover relating to an astronomical term
15. A book by an author from a Mediterranean country or set in a Mediterranean country
16. A book told from multiple perspectives
17. A speculative fiction (i.e. fantasy, scifi, horror, dystopia)

18. A book related to one of the elements on the periodic table of elements
19. A book by an author who has more than one book on your TBR
20. A book featuring indigenous people of a country
21. A book from one of the polarizing or close call votes

22. A book with a number in the title or on the cover
23. 4 books inspired by the wedding rhyme: Book #1 Something Old
24. 4 books inspired by the wedding rhyme: Book #2 Something New
25. 4 books inspired by the wedding rhyme: Book #3 Something Borrowed

26. 4 books inspired by the wedding rhyme: Book #4 Something Blue
27. A book off of the 1001 books to read before you die list
28. A book related to something cold (i.e. theme, title, author, cover, etc.)
29. A book published before 1950
30. A book featuring an elderly character

31. A children’s classic you’ve never read
32. A book with more than 500 pages
33. A book you have owned for at least a year, but have not read yet
34. A book with a person’s name in the title

35. A psychological thriller
36. A book featured on an NPR Best Books of the Year list
37. A book set in a school or university
38. A book not written in traditional novel format (poetry, essay, epistolary, graphic novel, etc)

39. A book with a strong sense of place or where the author brings the location/setting to life
40. A book you stumbled upon
41. A book from the 2018 GR Choice Awards
42. A book with a monster or “monstrous” character
43. A book related to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) [fiction or nonfiction]

44. A book related in some way to a tv show/series or movie you enjoyed (same topic, same era, book appeared in the show/movie, etc.)
45. A multi-generational saga
46. A book with a (mostly) black cover
47. A book related to food (i.e. title, cover, plot, etc.)

48. A book that was a finalist or winner for the National Book Award for any year
49. A book written by a Far East Asian author or set in a Far East Asian country
50. A book that includes a journey (physical, health, or spiritual)
51. A book published in 2019
52. A book with a weird or intriguing title

Happy Reading,

Janelle L. C.

Library Haul #15

Hello Everyone!

Today’s post is the first of probably many library hauls this year. I recently checked out 22 books from the library, I have no idea if I will read all of them, but it is nice to dream that I can eventually get through them. I’m certainly going to try, especially since I have a few weeks break from Grad. School, so I have a little bit more time to read. Here are the books that I checked out:

Wrong in All the Right Ways by Tiffany Brownlee


Dumplin’ by Julie Murphy


Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor


Mirage by Somaiya Daud 


The Forest Queen by Betsy Cornwell


Everless by Sara Holland


Mammoth by Jill Baguchinsky


Bring Me Their Hearts by Sara Wolf


A Very Large Expanse of Sea by Tahereh Mafi 


Brightly Burning by Alexa Donne


LifeL1k3 by Jay Kristoff


29 Dates by Melissa De La Cruz


Once a King by Erin Summerill


Letter from Skye by Jessica Brockmole


Furyborn by Claire LeGrande


The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See


Pride by Ibi Zoboi


Rule by Ellen Goodlett


Kingdom of the Blazing Phoenix by Julie C. Dao 


Last Christmas in Paris by Hazel Gaynor


Meet Me At the Museum by Anne Youngson 


The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir by Jennifer Ryan 



Happy Reading,

Janelle L. C.

My Reading Year in Review

Hello Everyone!

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Last year ended up being a great reading year, I managed to read 221 books, comics, and picture books. A year ago I thought I would be lucky if I managed to read 52 books. There are also several rereads that appear on this list for various reasons. Here are all the books that I read this year:

  1. Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen
  2. The Beautiful Lost by Luanne Rice
  3. Fable Haven by Brandon Mull
  4. The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert
  5. The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kuar
  6. Lumberjanes Issue #1
  7. Lumberjanes Issue #2
  8. Lumberjanes Issue #3
  9. The Last Message Received
  10. The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl: Squirrel Meets World by Shannon and Dean Hale
  11. Lumberjanes Issue #4
  12. Lumberjanes Issues#5
  13. Lumberjanes Issue #6
  14. Lumberjanes Issue #7
  15. Lumberjanes Issue #8
  16. Wonder Woman: Warbringer  by Leigh Bardguo – Did not Finish
  17. Love Amid the Ashes by Mesu Andrews
  18. Katie in Waiting by Erynn Mangum
  19. When I Don’t Desire God by John Piper
  20. True Feelings by Carolyn Mahaney and Nicole Whitacre
  21. The Dancing Master by Julie Klassen
  22. Taking God at His Word by Kevin DeYoung
  23. Sierra Jensen Volume 1 by Robin Jones Gunn
  24.  In the Shadow of Jezebel by Mesu Andrews
  25. Lumberjanes Volume 3
  26. Women of the Word by Jen Wilkin
  27. Lumberjanes Volume 4
  28. Stop Dating the Church by Joshua Harris
  29. The Treasure Principle by Randy Alcorn
  30. Lumberjanes Volume 5
  31. Lumberjanes Volume 6
  32. The World Beyond Your Head
  33. American Panda
  34. The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Volume 1
  35. The Practice of Godliness by Jeff Brdiges
  36. In Real Life
  37. Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
  38. A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle
  39. I Believe in a Thing Called Love by Maurene Go
  40. Obsidio by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
  41. Wires and Nerve Volume 2 by Marissa Meyer
  42. Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi
  43. Alice in Wonderland: Cinestory Comic
  44. Cats of 1986
  45. Among the Janeites
  46. The Mayflower Bride
  47. The Ultimate Priority by John MacArthur
  48. To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo
  49. Wonder by R.J. Palacio
  50. A Wind in the Door by Madeleine L’Engle
  51. The Weight of Water
  52. Big, Mushy Lump by Sarah Anderson
  53. Herding Cats by Sarah Anderson
  54. A Swiftly, Tilting Planet by Madeleine L’Engle – Did Not Finish
  55. If They Come For Us
  56. Adulthood is a Myth by Sarah Anderson
  57. Camp Austen
  58. Renegades by Marissa Meyer
  59. Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas
  60. The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater
  61. Queen of Shadows by Sarah J. Maas
  62. The Field Guide by Tony DiTerlezzi and Holly Black
  63. The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen
  64. Sleepovers by Jacqueline Wilson
  65. The Royal Rabbits of London
  66. Junonia by Kevin Henkes
  67. Catching a Story Fish
  68. The Tale of Despereaux by Kate DiCamillo
  69. Somewhere Among
  70. The Penultimate Peril by Lemony Snicket
  71. The End by Lemony Snicket
  72. The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate
  73. 101 Dalmatians by Dodie Smith
  74. Aru Shah and the End of Time by Roshni Chokshi
  75. The Tea Dragon Society
  76. Crenshaw by Katherine Applegate
  77. Timeless
  78. A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J. Maas
  79. The Enchanted Wood by Enid Blyton
  80. Fat Girl on the Plane
  81. From Twinkle, with Love by Sandya Menon
  82. Redemption by Karen Kingsbury
  83. Murder Past Due by Miranda James
  84. Future Perfect
  85. Remember by Karen Kingsbury
  86. Assassination Classroom Volume 6
  87. The Queen’s Rising
  88. In Conclusion, Don’t Worry About It by Lauren Graham
  89. Assassination Classroom Volume 7
  90. The Austen Escape by Katherine Reay
  91. Assassination Classroom Volume 8
  92. Return by Karen Kingsbury
  93. Assassination Classroom Volume 9
  94. Assassination Classroom Volume 10
  95. Emergency Contact – Did Not Finish
  96. Assassination Classroom Volume 11
  97. Rejoice by Karen Kingsbury
  98. Once and For All by Sarah Dessen
  99. Reunion by Karen Kingsbury
  100. Fame by Karen Kingsbury
  101. Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds
  102. Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy #1
  103. Lumberjanes/ Gotham Academy #2
  104. Lumberjanes/ Gotham Academy #3
  105. Lumberjanes/ Gotham Academy #4
  106. Lumberjanes/ Gotham Academy #5
  107. Lumberjanes/ Gotham Academy #6
  108. Lumberjanes #1
  109. Lumberjanes #2
  110. Lumberjanes #3
  111. Lumberjanes #4
  112. Lumberjanes #5
  113. Lumberjanes #6
  114. Lumberjanes #7
  115. Lumberjanes #8
  116. Goldie Vance #1
  117. Lumberjanes #9
  118. Lumberjanes #10
  119. Lumberjanes #11
  120. Lumberjanes #12
  121. Lumberjanes #13
  122. Lumberjanes #14
  123. Love, Life and the List by Kasie West
  124. Herding Cats by Sarah Anderson
  125. Forgiven by Karen Kingsbury
  126. The Way the Light Bends by Cordelia James
  127. Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson
  128. So Not Happening by Jenny B. Jones
  129. Found by Karen Kingsbury
  130. My So-Called Bollywood Life
  131. Family by Karen Kingsbury
  132. Honey So Sweet Volume 1
  133. Forever by Karen Kingsbury
  134. Stay Sweet by Siobhan Vivian
  135. Eliza and Her Mosnters by Francesca Zappia
  136. Listen to Your Hear by Kasie West
  137. The Dating Disasters of Emma Nash
  138. Milk and Honey by Rupi Kuar
  139. The Queen of Hearts
  140. The Fairy-Tale Detectives by Michael Buckley
  141. Save the Date by Morgan Matson
  142. The Way You Make Me Feel by Maurene Goo
  143. Always Never Yours
  144. Sunrise by Karen Kingsbury
  145. Summer by Karen Kingsbury
  146. A Thousand Beginnings and Endings
  147. Lost in a Book by Jennifer Donnelly
  148. Finding Felicity
  149. Katy by Jacqueline Wilson
  150. Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennet
  151. Summer Promise by Robin Jones Gunn
  152. A Whisper and a Wish by Robin Jones Gunn
  153. Yours Forever by Robin Jones Gunn
  154. Someday by Karen Kingsbury
  155. Sunset by Karen Kingsbury
  156. Surprise Endings by Robin Jones Gunn
  157. The Ten, Make That Nine, Habits of Highly Effective People by Steve Martin
  158. The Radium Girls by Kate Moore
  159. Island Dreamer by Robin Jones Gunn
  160. Take One by Karen Kingsbury
  161. All the Ever Afters by Danielle Teller
  162. Take Two by Karen Kingsbury
  163. Cottage by the Sea by Debbie Macomber
  164. A Heart Full of Hope by Robin Jones Gunn
  165. My Oxford Year by Julie Whalen
  166. The Complete Persepolis
  167. Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
  168. The Andromeda Strain by Michael Crichton
  169. Take Three by Karen Kingsbury
  170. The Princess Bride by William Goldman
  171. The Reader’s Advisory Handbook
  172. A Simple Favor
  173. True Friends by Robin Jones Gunn
  174. Dead Before Dying by Deon Meyer
  175. Worried About the Wrong Things
  176. All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
  177. Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
  178. Take Four by Karen Kingsbury
  179. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Margaret Ann Schaeffer and Annie Barrows
  180. Merchandising Made Simple
  181. Ah-Ha
  182. The Shape of Water
  183. Sourdough by Robin Sloan
  184. The End We Start From by Megan Hunter
  185. Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire
  186. Binti
  187. Law of the Desert Born
  188. What We Lose by Zinzi Clemmons
  189. Before We Visit the Goddess
  190. Quinn’s Promise Rock
  191. ABC What Can She Be?
  192. Owl Love You
  193. A hundred Kisses Before Bedtime
  194. Shelter of the Most High by Connilyn Cosette
  195. The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin
  196. Ozy and Millie
  197. Starry Night by Robin Jones Gunn
  198. Book Love
  199. The Bridge by Karen Kingsbury
  200. The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate
  201. Best Family Ever by Karen Kingsbury by Tyler Russell
  202. The ABCs of What I Can Be
  203. Wundersmith by Jessica Townsend
  204. Pride and Prejudice and Mistletoe by Melissa De La Cruz
  205. Lumberjanes #13
  206. Lumberjanes #14
  207. Lumberjanes #15
  208. Lumberjanes #16
  209. Lumberjanes #17
  210. Lumberjanes #18
  211. Lumberjanes #19
  212. Lumberjanes #20
  213. Lumberjanes #21
  214. Lumberjanes #22
  215. Alaskan Holiday by Debbie Macomber
  216. The Christmas Cat by Melody Carlson
  217. Seventeen Wishes by Robin Jones Gunn
  218. Lumberjanes #23
  219. Lumberjanes #24
  220. 12 Ways Your Phone is Changing You by Tony Reinke
  221. Come Let Us Adore Him by Paul David Tripp

Happy Reading,

Janelle L. C.