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InnerSavvy

InnerSavvy

Joined July 2017

I will never read all the books on my TBR list and that makes me happy. Historical Fiction | Christian Fiction | Memoirs | Thrillers & Suspense
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Lonestar Homecoming | Colleen Coble
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Lonestar homecoming is the 3rd book in the series. I connected with both characters. One whose instinct was to run away and the other to fulfill dury.

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Moments We Forget | Beth K. Vogt
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2nd book in series. Helped me understand a little more why the three sisters were so distant.

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This suspense book was interesting...trying to get into the mind of a killer. Looking forward to the next in the series.

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Not sure I learned anything but the stories were interesting.

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I found the stories great to listen to on audio. Makes me rethink a good checklist.

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Inescapable | Nancy Mehl
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If you like stories in Menonite communities you will like this one.

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Lonestar Secrets | Colleen Coble
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Second book in the series it was more romance and suspense

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Definitely recommend this book even though I could only read a chapter or two at a time it's just so emotional brings back memories

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Before I Wake | Dee Henderson
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I really like the Hendersons writing normally but this one was just so so I'm not sure if it was the narrator for the audiobook everything felt blase even though it was a mystery there was just no excitement or anticipation even the ending was just so so

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I really enjoyed to Duhiggs last book, The Power of Habits. I was looking forward to reading this one. It did not disappoint. Great stories about being productive. I especially enjoyed the appendix on tips on how to implement his ideas l. Can't wait for his next work.

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Any one read this book? It sounds good but for some reason is feeling intimidating.

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Blind Betrayal | Nancy Mehl
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A good US Marshals suspense book with just a little romance.

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Lonestar Sanctuary | Colleen Coble
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Christian romantic suspense. Great flawed characters. Happy ending.

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Flights of Fancy | Jen Turano
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Jen Turano writes romantic comedies. This was a fun book where I was laughing at the many escapades. If you like romantic comedies, you'll enjoy this one.

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I enjoy the sweet, messed up people in Kara Isaac's books. These characters were loveable. Sweet, but messy romance with truth and forgiveness as themes.

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Seagrass Pier | Colleen Coble
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Third book in the series I really enjoyed the pace of the mystery and the sweet Romance

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Sins of the Past: A Romantic Suspense Novella Collection | Dee Henderson, Dani Pettrey, Lynette Eason
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This book was a collection of three novellas: Missing By Dee Henderson, Shadowed by Dani Pettrey, and Blackout by Lynette Eason. Missing wasn't my favorite, but I really enjoyed Shadowed in Blackout.

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River of Secrets | Lynette Eason
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Went back and read an older book of one of my favorite Christian suspense authors. It was not quite up to her current writing but enjoyed it anyway.

Lizzybennetgirl She is such a great author! 2mo
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Hidden Peril | Irene Hannon
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I really like Irene Hanno's writing. I enjoy the pace, the mystery, and the light romance. this one wasn't my favorite but still recommend.

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Another good book by Josilyn Jackson. Her characters are always so lovable even though they start out not so lovable. You come to find out why they are and they grow and change.

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Things You Save in a Fire | Katherine Center
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Katherine Center continues to create characters that I love even though they have issues, they're fun and thoughtful at the same time. You will like if you enjoy a book that wraps up the details with happily ever after.

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Rosemary Cottage | Colleen Coble
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The 2nd book in Hope Beach series. Good romantic suspense. Characters are loveable.

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Good Christian suspense book. There's a few extra characters that I struggled to keep straight, but it made it hard to figure out who did it.

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Lies | T. M. Logan
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The psychological Thriller with some twists. It was a good book to listen to.

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The Flight Girls | Noelle Salazar
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Historical fiction about women pilots in World War II. I enjoyed learning about what the women pilots' experienced. For a first book by this author, it was good but I would have liked a little more character development.

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The Lost | Natasha Preston
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Hmm, definitely twisted and dark. Kept me reading but was disappointed with the cliff hanger ending.

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The Mother's Promise | Sally Hepworth
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A heartbreaking story about a mother who's dying and her daughter. Emotional

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A book about a woman's journey at the end of her depression and the experimental treatment she tried . It worked. it's heavy at times but that fits the story.

Samplergal I loved it. Such a great story. 3mo
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Tidewater Inn | Colleen Coble
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Tidewater Inn is set in a small island off the coast of North Carolina. Add that to an unexpected inheritance and family and you have the makings for a sweet Christian romance and mystery.

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What a wonderful book to help a planner, perfectionist like me to grow in God's image and likeness. Highly recommend.

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I enjoyed reading about the First Ladies from Roosevelt to Nixon. West did a good job of being kind to each of their differences while telling tales of the ladies.

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Best non fiction book I have read in long time. Makes you think about aging and death, and that is a good thing. Highly recommend.

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Courage for Beginners | Karen Harrington
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Sweet Middle School book about having courage to change and get through Middle School and life.

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If you enjoy reading about other people's lives this book is for you; however if you get frustrated or depressed because your routines aren't like these people, you may want to skip this book

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A Biblical fiction of Rahab. It's a story of redemption and forgiveness of self.

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I am in a reading funk; tried both of these books and just can't get into them. l think they'd be good books to read. I might have to try again someday, but just not right now.

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Short stories of Ms Lewis's life and the lesson she learned. Christian non-fiction.

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I enjoyed the stories as they brought back memories growing up on a dairy farm in rural North Dakota however I didn't like how she told the story talking to her daughter that she chose never to conceive. I still recommend though.

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The Memory House | Rachel Hauck
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Loved this book. Dual timelines of two women who loved and lost and then lost memories. All the characters were loveable.

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The Mother-in-Law | Sally Hepworth
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An enjoyable family drama suspense. The characters were well written and the ending came to a satisfying conclusion. definitely recommend and will read more of Hepworth.

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Real Simple Solutions | Amanda Hinnant
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Practical solutions to everyday problems.

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If you're looking for fantastic writing this isn't it, but the stories within were interesting if your fascinated by humanity. I enjoyed the read.

Note: foul language

Reader6691 I love foul language warnings. Thanks. I wish there was a content rating system for books like there is for movies. 4mo
InnerSavvy @Reader6691 I like knowing about language, violence, and sexual contact too. 4mo
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Autumn Brides: A Year of Weddings Novella Collection | Katie Ganshert, Kathryn Springer, Beth K. Vogt
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3 novels. Christian romance. Sweer and easy to listen to.

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Justice Delivered | Patricia Bradley
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I enjoy Patricia Bradley's writing style on her Christian suspense. Another good one.

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The Summer Wives: A Novel | Beatriz Williams
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This is classified as a historical fiction in most places but I would not call it that. To me it's more of a literary fiction family drama with a little bit of romance and mystery thrown in. It was entertaining to listen to. Note: language, explicit sexual scene, and violence

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I read this book because I wanted to hear her take on Scientology. Overall it was okay and I'm glad I read it l. Sometimes hard to follow the Scientology system.

Victoriahoperose If you‘re interested more in the history and implementation of Scientology there is another book called going clear which was very informative and infuriating! 5mo
ChristinasBookChronicles Thanks Victoria, for the recommendation! 5mo
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Recursion | Blake Crouch
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Blake Crouch does it again excellent book it just boggles the mind

Lauraandherbooks Wow- that is fascinating!! I have to got to get this book!! 5mo
InnerSavvy @Lauraandherbooks did you read his Dark Matter book? I think just as good 5mo
Lauraandherbooks @InnerSavvy no I haven‘t read either but both sound very interesting 5mo
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A short summary of the Gospel from Judas' perspective. He felt guilty but not repentent.

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Love love love this man's writing. I listened to this book while traveling 12 hours; perfect way to make the time go fast. Beautifully written story.

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Love Warrior: A Memoir | Glennon Doyle Melton
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I probably shouldn't have read this book. I didn't really like her first one but was hopeful. Unfortunately our theology doesn't match, so I struggled listening to it.