The best books I read and reviewed in March and April 2017. Definitely recommended!
The Memory of You by Catherine West
Catherine West is known for her thought-provoking women’s fiction. The Memory of You is certainly thought-provoking, but it had a lot more of a romance thread than I’d expected. Hey, that’s a good thing!
A Fragile Hope by Cynthia Ruchti
I’m not usually a fan of the unlikable “hero”, but Joseph grew on me … once he grew a brain. It’s amazing how fast otherwise intelligent me can jump to wrong conclusions. Cynthia Ruchti is to be congratulated for a compelling novel examining love and hope.
If I’m Found by Terri Blackstock
But if you’re one of those people who can’t stand the wait for the next novel, you might want to put off reading this until the next in the series is published.
Catch of a Lifetime by Candee Fick
This is an older book, but new to me (and the first time I’ve read anything by Candee Fick as well. It’s Christian New Adult, set in a college football environment, and I loved the way the author wove faith and football together. She also avoided stupid or vapid characters—something that seems all too common in other books I’ve read in this genre.