Book Reviews

A Season of Change

06.05.14 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

In a time when “Amish fiction” has become so popular, A Season of Change manages to be vastly different from any other stories I have read.

Where the Wind Leads

05.09.14 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

I grew up during the Vietnam War. We heard of terrible things, of young men killed, of anti-war demonstrations, but we did not hear the story as told by a Vietnamese family.

A Road Unknown

04.10.14 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

Elizabeth is tired of constantly helping to care for her younger siblings and wants to lead her own life.

Galmorous Illusions

03.12.14 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

Miss Brenda and the Loveladies

02.20.14 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

Brenda Lovelady Spahn was a successful businesswoman in Birmingham, Alabama, but an unexpected brush with the law opened her eyes to a need.

Princess Ever After

02.10.14 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

Reggie, Regina Beswick, isn’t sure who she is. She went to college and became an accountant with a prestigious firm, but at 28, this southern girl believes she has finally found her “true” destiny.

The Sinner’s Garden

02.10.14 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

Uncle Rip has just been released from prison, where he served time for drug dealing. In actuality, all the characters are imprisoned, by their memories.

A Marriage in Middlebury

11.08.13 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

Charlotte has rebuilt her life in the years after her broken heart.

Glittering Promises

10.22.13 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

Glittering Promises continues the story of Cora Diehl Kensington, her siblings and close family friends as they take “The Grand Tour” of Europe in 1913.

Before the Dawn and Sweet September

10.22.13 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

Charlotte and Bob are nearing their retirement years on their Midwestern farm, when their lives are suddenly turned upside down by the death of their daughter Denise.

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