Running from Self Looks

Running from self looks a lot like being goal oriented or goal driven. Extreme pursuits are usually the result of extreme pain – medicated by the distraction that comes from the temporary high of accomplishment. Some don’t need the high of accomplishments, their fix comes from simply having and keeping a full plate – at the expense of a full life. Nothing in life can be healthy if its only acceptable dose is “extreme.” The Bible says excesses ruin people: “Do not be excessively righteous and do not be overly wise. Why should you ruin yourself?” (Ecclesiastes 7:16)

Message By Patrick Weaver

The History of Watch Night Services

*On This date in 1862 the first Watch Night Services were celebrated in Back communities in America.

The Watch Night service can be traced back to gatherings also known as “Freedom’s Eve.” On that night, Black slaves and free blacks came together in churches and private homes all across the nation awaiting news that the Emancipation Proclamation actually had become law. Lincoln had used the occasion of the Union victory at Antietam to issue a preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, which freed all slaves in the rebellious states after January 1, 1863.

He justified his decision as a wartime measure, and did not go so far as to free the slaves in the border states loyal to the Union. At the stroke of midnight, all slaves in the Confederate States were declared legally free. When the news was received, there were prayers, shouts and songs of joy as many people fell to their knees and thanked God. Still, the Emancipation Proclamation deprived the Confederacy of the bulk of its labor forces and put international public opinion strongly on the Union side. Some 186,000 black soldiers would join the Union Army by the time the war ended in 1865, and 38,000 lost their lives.

Blacks have gathered in churches annually on New Year’s Eve ever since, praising God for bringing us safely through another year. It’s been over a century since the first Freedom’s Eve and tradition still brings us together at this time every year to celebrate “how we got over.” This celebration takes many African American decendants of slaves into a new year with praise and worship. The service usually begins anywhere from 7 p.m. To 10 p.m. And ends at midnight with the entrance of the New Year. Some people come to church first, before going out to celebrate, for others, church is the only New Year’s Eve event.

There have been instances where clergy in mainline denominations questioned the propriety of linking religious services with a secular holiday like New Year’s Eve. However, there is a reason for the importance of New Year’s Eve services in the Black experience in America.

Silent Stars of Bethlehem

Titlee: Silent Stars of Bethlehem

Author: Laura Hodges Poole

Publisher: CreateSpace

Number of Pages: 125


ISBN10: 1519624190

ISBN13: 978- 1519624192

About The Author:

Laura Hodges Poole is a freelance writer with dozens of articles, devotions, and short stories in publication. She is a 2014 American Christian Fiction Writers Genesis semi-finalist and a 2012 Romance Writers of America Emily finalist (second place) in Christian fiction. She is the author of three published books and contributing author to two others. Laura is also a non-fiction ghostwriter/collaborator. Her passion is encouraging others in their Christian walk through her blog, “A Word of Encouragement.” When she’s not writing, you might find her hiking, playing the piano, or being crafty. A mother of two, Laura lives in South Carolina with her husband and son.

About This Book

This From the time she was a child, Carly Shepherd has gazed at the silent stars in the night sky of her home in Bethlehem, North Carolina. With her childhood overshadowed by her father’s abandonment and mother’s alcoholism, she wonders how anyone can believe in an equally silent God. After all, she’s not felt his presence any more than her earthly father. Though she remembers Christmas pageants and attending church as a child, she no longer has any use for what she considers fairy tales. Drew Middleton is seeking shelter from a rain storm when he walks into Carly’s vendor tent at a fall festival, but he’s quickly taken with the talented artist and her creations. Feeling an instant connection, Carly is confused by her feelings, especially when she discovers his spiritual commitment. Carly’s past and their chance of future together collide when she’s snared into refurbishing sets for a Christmas pageant with Drew’s help. Will their shared experience bring about a spiritual awakening in Carly this Christmas? Or will time run out as the stars continue to shine silently over Bethlehem?

Book Review about Silent Stars of Bethlehem

Laura Hodges Poole created an Inspirational Fiction story, “Silent Stars of Bethlehem”. The main character, Carly Shepherd, who is an artist and owns a little shop. She also puts up a tent at the Christmas Festival where she meets Character, Drew Middleton who is an Architect. They are attracted to each other. Carly used to attend Church but She can longer feel God’s presence in her life. She stops going to Church because of her turbulence past about her dysfunctional family. 

Tisha’s Christmas Wedding

Title: Tisha Christmas Wedding

Author: Janice L. Dennie

Publisher: Kente Publication

Number of Pages: 73


About The Author:

Janice L. Dennie is an Indie Filmmaker and best selling author of The Underwoods of Napa Valley series. Ms. Dennie’s novels have readers reaching for her books time and again as she delivers entertaining stories featuring tall, dark, handsome heroes and feisty heroines. Ms. Dennie has thrown her hat into the film industry by making her best selling series into a feature-length Indie film. Born in Denver, Colorado and raised in Northern California, Ms. Dennie graduated from California State University, before starting a career with a Federal Agency.
Ms. Dennie regularly posts film updates on and

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About This Book

You met Tisha Underwood and Trevor Howard in TISHA’S WARM CHRISTMAS. It has been a year since they met in California’s Napa Valley. During that time, Trevor Howard has helped Tisha overcome her negative attitude toward marriage and has finally asked her to marry him. Tisha returns home to Dallas after visiting Trevor for Valentine’s Day. She dreads giving the news to her father who doesn’t think Trevor is good enough to marry his daughter. But Tisha has waited a long time for the right man, and she’s not going to let her dad ruin her chance to marry the man she loves, so she moves to California against his wishes.

After Tisha relocates to California, she begins to plan her wedding with Brittany Sutton, her wedding consultant from “To Have and To Hold.” While planning her wedding, Tisha realizes how different she and Trevor are from each other when Trevor’s male pride gets in the way of Tisha having her Christmas wedding. More problems arise when her friends and family arrive. Tisha’s best friend Megan holds a grudge when Tisha doesn’t choose her son to be the ring bearer. When Tisha’s parents arrive, they reveal a horrific family secret that causes Tisha to fall back into her old negative attitude about marriage. As the wedding date approaches what else could go wrong? Everything!
TISHA’S CHRISTMAS WEDDING is a novella in Janice L. Dennie’s bestselling series,The Underwoods of Napa Valley.

Frank Underwood & Henrietta Underwood
-Joseph Underwood
Joseph Underwood & Jewell Underwood
-Kenton Underwood
-Justin Underwood
-Carter Underwood
-Brandon Underwood
-Crystal Underwood
Joshua Underwood & Eunice Underwood
-Daniel Underwood
-Delores Underwood
Frank and Joshua are brothers.
Daniel Underwood & Angela Underwood
-Tisha Underwood
Jason Underwood

Tisha Christmas Wedding Book Review

“Tisha’s Christmas Wedding” written by Janice L. Dennie is a wonderful Christmas Romance Novella. Janice L. Dennie created two well developed characters of Tisha Underwood and Trevor Howard. This Christmas Story is a sequel of “Tisha’s Warm Christmas”. Tisha Underwood wanted to planned a Christmas Wedding which is her favorite time of the year. Tisha is a successful career woman although when it comes to romance, she waited a long time for Mr. Right. Trevor Howard finally proposed to Tisha Underwood into marriage. Now Tisha must overcome obstacles from her future husband, Trevor and her father that threaten to destroys her dream Christmas Wedding. 

Trevor must deal with the clear-headed reality that he and Tisha come from two different worlds. Tisha comes from a family that lives in a mansion at Napa Valley and born with a silver spoon in her mouth. At the same time, Trevor comes from a middle-class family who worked his way through College. Trevor Howard is my favorite character because even though Tisha is wealthy but he didn’t want to take her money. Trevor wanted to provide for Tisha and their future family. His male pride was a problem for Tisha that she almost wanted to cancel the wedding. Tisha’s father didn’t approve of the marriage that he didn’t want to walk his daughter down the aisle. Tisha Underwood wasn’t going to let her father control her any longer. Mr. Underwood believes that Trevor wasn’t the best choice for Tisha because he consider him poor. Through his loss relationship between Tisha and her brother because of his controlling that he have to change his attitude. Almost a tragedy while Mr. Underwood was with Trevor that he changes his mind about Trevor. This is a perfect Christmas story about finding true love, lies, hurts, forgiveness and family. If you love reading a clean romance story with life lessons then you need to read this Christmas story. I am looking forward to read more story by Janice L. Dennie in the coming year. 

Christmas Lights


Title: Christmas Lights

Authors: Vikki Kestell, Catherine Swanson, April Hayman, Chautona Havig

Number of Books: 4

About The Authors:

Vikki Kestell

Vikki’s passion for people and their stories is evident in her readers’ affection for her characters and unusual plotlines. Two often repeated sentiments are, “I feel like I know these people,” and “I’m right there, in the book, experiencing what the characters experience.” Vikki holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Learning and Instructional Technologies. She left a career of twenty-plus years in government, academia, and corporate life to pursue writing full time. “Writing is the best job ever,” she admits, “and the most demanding.” Also an accomplished speaker and teacher, Vikki and her husband Conrad Smith make their home in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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Cathe Swanson

Cathe Swanson lives in Wisconsin with her husband of 32 years. They enjoy spending time with their family and being outdoors, kayaking, hiking, bird watching and fishing, but summer is short in Wisconsin, so it’s important to have indoor hobbies, too. Cathe has been a quilter and teacher of quiltmaking for over 25 years, and she enjoys just about any kind of creative work, especially those involving fiber or paper.
Her family is growing steadily; she and her husband had three sons, and those boys all grew up and married delightful women and started producing grandchildren: four boys and three girls so far! The long Wisconsin winters are perfect for writing and reading books! Cathe enjoys writing stories with eccentric characters of all ages. Her books will make you laugh and make you cry – and then make you laugh again.

April Hayman

April Hayman lives in the high desert of California with her husband and their three sons. During the day, she focuses on homeschooling the boys and working on client projects. She writes at night when the temperature outside is only somewhat cooler than during the day.

Her passion for reading began in grade school and her teachers often reprimanded her for reading when she should have been completing her math assignments. Now she reads whenever she likes and writes for those who love to read.

April collects fountain pens, has too many pen pals (and always looking for more), journals sporadically, creates art when she can squeeze it in, and hordes stationery.

Chautona Havig

Chautona Havig lives in the Mojave Desert with her husband and five of her nine children. When not writing, she enjoys paper crafting, sewing, and looking forward to retirement from home education.

About These 4 Books

Denver, Colorado, 1914
Joy Michaels, grieving mother and widow, resides in an aging but remarkable Denver home: a beautiful, three-story Victorian/Queen Anne mansion resplendent with towers, turrets, peaks, and gables and known locally as Palmer House. Palmer House—a most extraordinary refuge for young women rescued from prostitution.

Joy and her mother, Rose Thoresen, share the responsibilities of ministering to and mentoring the young women who live under Palmer House’s roof. But now Joy faces an agonizing decision: Should she remain true to the memory of her first love or open her heart to the possibility of new love? “I will always love you, Grant,” Joy whispered, “but God has called you away, and now I must follow the path he has laid before me—even if it is not what either of us would have chosen, had we been given such a choice.”

Book Review About The Heart Of Joy

The Heart of Joy written by Vikki Kestell is a wonderful Christmas Story with a Christian foundation. Vikki Kestell provided through a well developed characters with so much hope. As I was reading this Christmas novella, I can just imagined how Joy allowed God to continue to work things out in her life especially after her child was taken. Vikki Kestell takes the readers on a journey back to the time in between, to have knowledge that Joy’s Faith remains consistent. The blessings of God overflow in such a marvelous ways. I read this particular story in two hours in the Christmas Lights Series. These Christmas Stories are amazing. You will be blessed from reading these stories and in a wonderful path, you will be change. These stories will illustrate about how you will discover life and your personal relationship with God.

When Lisa Marsh is roped into serving Thanksgiving dinner at the local community center, she encounters hundreds of children, lively teenagers, stubbornly independent veterans, eccentric elderly people, and a particularly rude and scruffy homeless man named Pete. The evening ends in disaster, but when her best friend challenges her to reach out and help other people, Lisa decides to take on the project of reforming Pete – whether he likes it or not. Her plan is simple: Help him find a job and become respectable. All he needs is a helping hand and some guidance. And a shave. Definitely, a shave.
Pete is willing to work, especially if it means spending time with the pretty volunteer, but her tactless determination to “reform” him makes him dig in his heels. Her creative ideas for employment become increasingly outrageous, but every time he tries to put an end to her meddling, she charms him with her good intentions and willingness to serve others.

Lisa finds herself unaccountably attracted to her vagabond protégé and irresistibly entangled in the lives of the other people she meets at the community center. Before she knows how to stop it, her one small service project snowballs into an extraordinary Christmas ministry that just may change her life forever. Snow Angels is a companion novella and introduction to my upcoming Great Lakes series. I was a fifth generation Swedish Minnesotan before I married my military man and wandered for a while, finally settling in the land of Packers and bratwurst. In the Great Lakes series, I bring my readers to the land I know and love best – the most remote areas of Northern Minnesota and the western Upper Peninsula of Michigan as well as the small towns and big cities of the Midwest. The inhabitants of these places are a diverse and eclectic (sometimes eccentric) group – and usually very nice people. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

The Book Review About Snow Angels

I found “Snow Angels” well written, simple to follow and a believable narrative. The readers will imagine themselves involved and a part of the narrative and the characters. The narrative takes part in the present time although doesn’t contain the profanity and activities that so many Authors seem to consider necessary when writing a real stories. I love the Insightful that Cathy Swanson mentioned about homelessness in “Snow Angels”and the way she uses a comedy approach to soften those harsh realities. In addition to a narrative that makes the readers feel good and want to help the needy.There were several

timely topics about homelessness, PTSD, and others are brought to light in life-situations. The readers will feel rewarded to walk away with a nugget or two that opened their own eyes or expanded their understanding on a topic, in addition to a warm heart at the hopeful outcome of a good Christmas story.

Lance “Trip” Devereaux is an FBI agent tasked with the nearly impossible job of tailing and, hopefully arresting Landry Crawford, the wiliest conman east of the Mississippi River. But during his investigation, things go horribly wrong for the telutzy gunman. Will Trip nab his man in time for Christmas? Or will he be left out in the cold?

Trip The Light Fantastic Book Review

I loved how the characters were well created in “Trip The Light Fantastic” from the beginning to the end. I believe that the readers will get a great sense of the characters of Trip, Landry, Sissy and Sassy. Chatonga Havig created the characters that are unique, funny, and simple to imagine in the mind of the readers like myself. I really enjoyed this narrative with the surprise twist at the conclusion. The narrative and the characters left me to wanting know more information about them. I also loved to imagine how the character, Trip changed throughout the narrative. It would have been nice to see a little more of the character, Wendy. It wasn’t mentioned the age of Trip. His charisma makes Trip seem like a seasoned man although he is not. This was a great story.

Seven Christmas trees–excessive in some people’s minds, but for Wendy Nabity, they aren’t excessive but essential. One tree for each of her cats. Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Cupid, Blitzen, and Vixen each need their own trees, you see. And what “mommy” wouldn’t have stockings hung on her chimney “with care”–one for each of her fur babies?

But something isn’t right at the Nabity house. Wendy keeps finding things where they shouldn’t be, and the local police–well, they think she’s half-crazed and blind to the obvious. The cats are playing with the trees in her absence. Neighbors on each side of her do little to help. Shy Peter will hardly look her in the eye as he blushes his way through conversations and rushes away–the besotted darling. Neal, well the whole town knows just what a rude curmudgeon Neal Kirkpatrick is! But if he makes one more rude demand of her, she might just start dumping the litter box on his front porch!

But even Fairbury’s police can’t ignore a threatening note left in one of the stockings, and one officer takes it upon himself to do something. Nothing could have prepared Wendy for the danger to her and her cats. She’s confident she knows who is responsible, but why won’t anyone believe her? What can she do to prove it?  Christmas Stalkings–who knew Christmastime could feel so sinister? And don’t miss the prequel/sequel.. New Year’s Revolutions

Book Review About Christmas Stalking

Chautona Havig really created an enjoyable and arresting narrative with “Christmas Stalkings.” At times genuine, others speculative, and yet others full of hope and love, this Christmas narrative covers a lot of ground.The person who reads this story is pulled in from the first word and Ms. Havig keeps the reader fully engaged from beginning to end. Chautona Havig refined some wonderful and enjoyable characters and written a believable plot line that focuses on one woman, her 7 cats, and someone who seems to dislike them. In addition, the occasion that appears are slowly driving her crazy. A charming and arresting story about the love and joy cats bring to a person’s  life, even when others think she is a “crazy old cat lady. Person who reads this can’t go wrong with this holiday story….


Let Your Faith Speaks Through Your Actions

Faith comes by hearing,” Don’t let 2018 be another year that you allow your faith to be fed baby food when you know that the enemy is destroying folks on the bottle.  Powerful faith food does not just make us feel good, it’s makes us fly good; it does not make us buck and shout on schedules, it helps us to stand strong Monday through Saturday, and it is not prophecy for mansions, money and madness, it’s correction for our protection. Expect faith to be as powerful as the food you feed it.  #TruthMatters #Relationship  #realword4realpeople4realpower 

By Patrick Weaver

The Holidays Stirs Up Memories

The holiday’s stir up memories of loved one’s who have been called home to be with the Lord. Time does not erase memories or lessen our love. Faith in God does not mean that we don’t still miss our loved one’s and, salvation does not mean that we no longer feel, grieve or have emotions. This holiday season, let’s not only remember our loved one’s, let’s celebrate them with a deed or an act of kindness that shares the power of their legacy with someone who did not know them. We cannot fill the void but we can find peace in paying the gift of joy forward that was given to us through their life. By Patrick Weaver

Manuscript And Milsetoes

Title : Manuscript and Milsetoes

Author: Carol Moncado

Publisher: CANDID Publication

Number of Pages: 91


About the Author

When she’s not writing about her imaginary friends, USA Today Bestselling Author Carol Moncado prefers binge watching pretty much anything to working out. She believes peanut butter M&Ms are the perfect food and Dr. Pepper should come in an IV. When not hanging out with her hubby, four kids, and two dogs who weigh less than most hard cover books, she’s probably reading in her Southwest Missouri home.

Summers find her at the local aquatic center with her four kids. Fall finds her doing the band mom thing. Winters find her snuggled into a blanket in front of a fire with the dogs. Spring finds her sneezing and recovering from the rest of the year.

She used to teach American Government at a community college, but her indie career, with nearly two dozen titles released in the first 2.5 years, has allowed her to write full time. She’s a founding member and former President of MozArks ACFW, blogger at Inspirational Romance, and is represented by Tamela Hancock Murray of the Steve Laube Agency.


Facebook: AuthorCarolMoncado

Twitter: @CarolMoncado

About This Book

Missy Solomon just needs to get through the next few weeks of student teaching. Then she’ll graduate and, hopefully, land a job at Serenity Landing High School. Maybe, somewhere in there, she could even find time to work on her Great American Novel – or at least her attempt to write one. Shane Wyatt noticed the student teacher, but hadn’t talked to her. Ever. Not even when they went to school together. But now they’re on the Christmas party committee together, and somehow, he’s invited her to spend Thanksgiving with his family.
Christmas committees. Thanksgiving. Ex-boyfriends. A secret they’re both keeping. All of these get their first few days of friendship off to an interesting start. Toss in some mistletoe and there’s a Christmas story with an ending that would make the Happily Ever After Television Network proud.

Manuscript and Milsetoes Book Review

“Manuscript and Milsetoes” is a very good book completely and remarkably interesting. It is bona-fide inspirational and heartwarming through the story. This is the first book that I read that was written by Carol Moncado. I saw this book online when it was offered to be downloaded free. I am so glad that I read this Christmas novella. It is a neat little romance with a sweet hero and relatable heroine. I like how the story stands by itself with a well developed characters.The story is definitely worth the price, especially for those individuals like to read a nice clean romantic novella.

I found this story very interesting. I truly loved about in “Manuscript and Milsetoes”, you get to discover how two people who desire to work with high school students. All the drama and dynamics of trying to work in a school district in unity as keeping their integrity while they discover they are falling in love with each other.
It was very sweet and also fun to connect with the characters that was well created by Carol Moncado. Again, I definitely recommend anyone who desires to read a great clean Christmas story to purchase and read it for yourself. I am definitely going to read more works by Carol Moncado. I love her styles of writing.

It Came Upon A Midnight Crime

Title: It Came Upon A Midnight Crime

Author: Christy Barritt

Publisher: River Heights

Number of Pages: 167


ISBN10: 148127492

ISBN13:978- 1481247498

About The Author

USA Today has called Christy Barritt’s books “scary, funny, passionate, and quirky.”

A Publishers Weekly best-seller, Christy writes both mystery and romantic suspense novels that are clean with underlying messages of faith. Her books have won the Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Suspense and Mystery, have been twice nominated for the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award, and have finaled for both a Carol Award and Foreword Magazine’s Book of the Year.

She’s married to her prince charming, a man who thinks she’s hilarious–but only when she’s not trying to be. Christy’s a self-proclaimed klutz, an avid music lover who’s known for spontaneously bursting into song, and a road trip aficionado.

Christy currently splits her time between the Virginia suburbs and Hatteras Island, North Carolina. She has more than fifty books published with over one million copies sold.

For more information, visit her website:

About This Book

Someone is intent on destroying the true meaning of Christmas—at least, destroying anything that hints of it. All around crime-scene cleaner Gabby St. Claire’s hometown, anything pointing to Jesus as the “reason for the season” is being sabotaged. The crimes become more twisted as dismembered body parts are found at the vandalisms. Who would go to such great lengths to dampen the joy and hope of Christ’s birthday? Someone’s determined to destroy Christmas . . . but Gabby St. Claire is just as determined to find the Grinch and let peace on earth and goodwill to men prevail.


Other books in the Squeaky Clean series:
1–Hazardous Duty
2–Suspicious Minds
2.5–It Came Upon a Midnight Crime (a novella)
3–Organized Grime
4–Dirty Deeds
5–The Scum of All Fears
6–To Love, Honor, and Perish
7–Mucky Streak
8–Foul Play
9–Broom and Gloom
10–Dust and Obey
11–Thrill Squeaker
12–Cunning Attractions (coming soon!)

It Came Upon A Midnight Crime Book Review

“It Came Upon A Midnight Crime” by Christy Barritt is a Christian Suspense Book about a series of Christmas Murders. The main character, Gabby who is a detective trying her best to find out who is responsible for sabotaging the Christmas Season Events. Gabby bring into play with her skills to find out who is responsible and why they are doing it. This is a great quick read that is a clean Christmas mystery with a Christian based theme putting the focus on Christ. We are so focused on ourselves, that we don’t see the hurt in others. I love how Christy used humor, mystery, and love to show that hidden hurt can drive people to do loneliness, desperation and/or anger. Maya God help me see those around me who are hiding their pain. I am really enjoying reading ” It Came Upon A Midnight Crime” and the writing style of Christy Barritt well written, well paced accompanied a light touch with a sense of humor. Now I am going to have to read the whole series in sequence. I love how Christy provided growth with the main character, Gabby is crucial into the storyline. Sometimes it is very subtle the way Jesus can step in and control over someone’s soul and mindset when they aren’t even expecting it.

Full Court Devotion: A Christmas In Snow Valley Romance

Title: Full Court Devotion: A Christmas in Snow Valley Romance

Author: Cami Checketts

Publisher: Birch River Publishing

Cover Artist: S. J. Locked of Depositphotos: Stock Photos, Royalty Free Images, Vectors, Footage

Cover Design: Sherry Gammon of wordpainting

Number of Pages: 117


About This Book

Fun and uplifting Christmas romance by #1 Bestselling Christian romance author, Cami Checketts
Kazlyn is too busy with her schooling and future plans to enjoy life, let alone fall in love with a man who has heartbreak written all over him. Tyrese Hamilton, a college basketball star and major heartthrob, is intrigued when Kazlyn doesn’t pursue him or even seem interested. Ty’s career is in jeopardy, and he needs a miracle and Kazlyn to save him.
Full Court Devotion is part of the bestselling Snow Valley Romances. Find them all here:
Christmas in Snow Valley
An Unexpected Kiss by Cindy Roland Anderson
Blue Christmas by Lucy McConnell
Risking it all for Love by Kimberley Montpetit
Full Court Devotion by Cami Checketts
Feels Like Love by Jeanette Lewis
The Christmas Eve Kiss by Taylor Hart
Summer in Snow Valley
Catching Caytie by Cindy Roland Anderson
Love in Light and Shadow by Lucy McConnell
Romancing Rebecca by Kimberley Montpetit
A Touch of Love by Cami Checketts
Tin Foil Tiaras by Jeanette Lewis
First Love by Taylor Hart
Spring in Snow Valley
Operation Kiss the Girl by Cindy Roland Anderson
Sealed with a Kiss by Kimberley Montpetit
Romancing her Husband by Lucy McConnell
Running from the Cowboy by Cami Checketts
Love Coming Late by Jeanette Lewis
The Bet by Taylor Hart
Winter in Snow Valley
Destiny Came Knocking by Cindy Roland Anderson
Wedding Fever by Lucy McConnell
Unbreak My Heart by Kimberley Montpetit
Light in Your Eyes by Cami Checketts
Starlight Kisses by Jeanette Lewis
The Better Man by Taylor Hart
Romancing the Singer by Cami Checketts
The Christmas Boyfriend by Taylor Hart
One-Date Deal by Lucy McConnell

Full Court Devotion: A Christmas Snow Valley Romance Book Review:

“Full Court Devotion: A Christmas Snow Valley Romance” is a clean romance about a shy college student and an all star basketball player falling for each other.The two main characters are so cute, and I loved watching the charismatic romance between Ty  and Kazlyn. This is a charming Christmas romance that will leave you feeling blissfully.The characters have chemistry! I loved this story! It was fun to watch the charming clean romance unfold and it was fun to analyze the world of Snow Valley! I wasn’t expecting the conclusion, but it made me enjoy it even more! I really enjoyed all of the characters and the storyline. It is so refreshing to have Christian acceptance instead of racial tensions. And Grace in handling tragedy. This book has a more fully developed relationship

Full Court Devotion #1 Snow Valley Series – Heartwarming. An extremely scriptural romance filled with lots of humor and goodness. The characters are compelling and persuasive, along with the practical script; as faraway as you can get from the Hollywood lifestyle that’s so common today. The plot flows smoothly and too soon the last page is read. Will the race difference cause problems?