“Can they save Christmas for a town? Kate and the team couldn’t be spending the holiday season in a more picturesque town. They are in Franklin, Tennessee to find the person setting off bombs at random. Or could it be that the explosions aren’t as random as it appears? Can the team stop the bomber … More Book Review: Kate’s Christmas
I just ate an ice cream sandwich in December, yes. But I put crushed peppermint on it, so I think it counts as Christmas food, right? Speaking of Christmas food, there have already been a few rounds of hot chocolate and some cookies for our nightly celebration of Advent. Advent is my favorite part of … More O, Christmas Tree!
“When the seventeen-year-old Samantha Hardgrave disappears, Kate is sent to take her place at the college to follow up on leads. What she finds is a girl more complicated than most people thought with plenty of her own secrets. Samantha’s parents painted a picture of an upstanding girl who never hides anything, but that isn’t … More Book Review: Kate’s Conundrum
“Do the small compromises we make daily really hurt anyone or matter to God? Kate’s first case as an FBI agent is nothing like she expected. Posing as an intern at the Texas Capitol, she finds herself spending more time behind the computer than she does figuring out the case. Is Representative Jason Ashbury guilty … More Book Review: Kate’s Capitol
(So apparently my blog had a Thanksgiving break and I forgot to tell myself. Between a fantastic weekend–off school, with family, expressing gratefulness, and eating cheesecake–and some technical difficulties, I took a break. 😉 But I’m back now!) “What would you do if you were accused of a crime you didn’t commit? Kate watched as her … More Book Review: Kate’s Innocence