Blog Tour Kick-Off: The Water Cave by Rachel Lopez

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God’s Grace Blog Tours is presenting another tour and I couldn’t be more excited about it!

From April 25th to May 4th, bloggers and writers alike will be sharing reviews, interviews, and guest posts of Rachel Lopez’s fantasy/scifi novel, The Water Cave.

Stay tuned for updates from each blog on Facebook and Twitter. Until then, check out Rachel’s novel below as well as enter the giveaway. Continue reading

#onelinewednesday: Storm Warden

Wow! So I’m not a big romance reader, but I greatly enjoyed this novella from Janeen Ippolito, especially the development between Maiwa and Tyrius as their love bloomed again (insert some swoons and lots of breathy sighs). One of my favorite parts is definitely the way she describes Tyrius’s voice. I absolutely loved the description (and almost used one of those lines to share today).

Speaking of Tyruis (no pun intended), without giving too much away, I really like how encouraging and patient he is. He makes such a great hero, so I felt I had to share something he tells Maiwa (and not just because of how his voice sounds).

This line below was the one that stood out to me the most from Storm Warden. I think it’s a powerful reminder for me personally that no life lived to serve Christ is ever in vain. Not only that, but it should be filled with love, honor, courage, and kindness.

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#onelinewednesday: Ashen City

Pardon me as my inner fangirl takes over. *(clears throat)*


I mean I thought I had a rough idea of what was going to happen in ASHEN CITY, but I couldn’t have been more wrong. I don’t recall reading a story that had so many plot twists as this one did. I constantly was on the edge of my seat and could never find a good chapter to put the book down at night because I simply just wanted to keep reading. Every single chapter was packed full of either action, drama, romance, a mix of emotions, or even all of them at once. I could not stop!

Now I could mention several things I loved about Sara Baysinger’s latest, but can hardly name any because it would totally spoil the story (and in no way do I want to do that!).

However, I will say one thing: When this book ended it took me a few moments to get my bearings and come back to reality. I literally felt like I was on set of a movie and watching everything play out a few feet away. It was so very engaging.

Since I can’t really share much about my favorite line from Ashen City and why, I will mention that I loved everything surrounding it (and I mean everything). You’ll just have to pick up the novel to understand why it’s so awesome (and special).

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