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About You’ve Got Email

you've got emailMaria never expected to fall in love with a man she’d never met, but she can’t wait to get to her laptop every night to chat with Bobwhite67. She would be happy to focus on getting to know him better, but her two jobs and two sons keep her ridiculously busy. Then there’s her ex-husband’s bookie, who’s impatiently waiting for the last couple payments on his debt. 

Bret can’t understand why Maria puts up a wall between them, but when he realizes that she’s the woman he’s been messaging online, he’s determined to make her change her opinion of him.

My review

It’s always really fun to read a book based off a movie that you love. This one is based off the classic You’ve Got Mail. Heather Tullis did a great job with her own take on the story. It’s set in one of my favorite towns, Echo Ridge. That makes it fun, because a lot of the characters are familiar and so is the town.

I really loved Maria in this one. I loved her sense of duty and honor. She’s working so hard at two jobs to keep herself and her two sons afloat all while also paying back her ex-husband’s gambling debts. Holy cow! There’s no way I’d pay off anyone’s gambling debts. I can see why she felt she had to to protect herself and her sons. It was so fun that she’s emailing back and forth with a man she’s never met. And of course, it ends up being someone she already knows.

I loved Bret. The way he tried to watch out for and help Maria out, especially after he found out that his online friend was Maria, was one of my favorite things about this book. 

I purchased a copy of You’ve Got Email when it was free last week.

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About Carried

CarriedOn October 19, 2016, Michelle Schmidt’s plane landed in Oregon, where she was meeting her daughter, Annie, for a camping trip. But Annie didn’t show up at the airport to pick up her mother as planned.

Thus began a season of searching and coming up short, of miracles and frustrations, of love poured out and faith tested, until Annie’s body was finally discovered more than three weeks later in the Columbia River Gorge, where she had fallen while hiking.

As Annie’s mother opens her heart to tell her story, her husband’s story (Jon Schmidt of The Piano Guys), and Annie’s story, she writes: “It is my hope that my journey of being tutored by God to trust Him more—not only through the loss of Annie but through some of my most vulnerable and personal past experiences—will be the means of bringing strength and hope to anyone suffering at this time.”

When the unthinkable happened, Michelle Schmidt made a choice: to trust in God. This remarkable book will give readers the courage and inspiration to make that same choice.

My review

Carried is one that I’ve wanted to read ever since I saw it was coming out! I love books that talk about what someone has gone through. And we actually met the family a time or two at some of her Dad, Jon Schmidt’s (of the Piano Guys) concerts. I was so glad to find this one at my local Deseret Book and I bought it. Gasp… I bought a book…it’s really rare for me to actually buy a book.

I remember how I felt when Annie Schmidt went missing a couple of years ago. The panic that Jon and Michelle Schmidt must have felt on her behalf made me want to hold our kids tighter. And we’d been in the general area she was missing. There are so many places a person could go missing in the Columbia River Gorge and never be found in a million years. 

I loved the way this one is written. It’s written from Michelle Schmidt’s perspective. She was the first one to discover that Annie was missing. And the way her feelings are explained makes the reader feel a portion of how Michelle would have been feeling during that time. But, not only does she talk about what she experienced then, but she also talks about all the lessons she had learned throughout her life that helped her in that hard time. 

I loved Carried! There were so many parts of it that touched me in different ways. I learned many lessons of my own as I read this one. Make sure to get your own copy!

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About the authors

Angie Taylor
Angie Taylor is sister to Michelle Schmidt and aunt to Annie Schmidt. Angie is married to Brock Taylor, and is the mother of four children. Angie has an English degree with an emphasis in Creative Writing from New Mexico State University, is an author of both fiction and nonfiction, including Twists in Time, a young adult science fiction story, as well as a number of literary poems. Carried is her first co-written nonfiction piece as well as being one of the most sacred and special writing experiences she has had. If you’d like to learn more about Angie and her writing, visit angietaylorwrites.com.

Michelle Schmidt
Michelle Schmidt is the mother of Annie Schmidt, who passed away in a hiking accident in Oregon in the fall of 2016. Michelle is married to Jon Schmidt of The Piano Guys. Michelle is also the mother of four other children. As a full-time stay-at-home mother, Michelle has dedicated her life to the raising of her five children and the care of many extended family members. Michelle earned a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Utah and enjoys reading, biking, dark chocolate, and big sycamore trees. Her favorite pastime is spending time with her husband and kids.

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About Out of the Best Books

out of the best booksFrom Anne Shirley in Anne of Green Gables to Jean Valjean in Les Miserables, the characters of classic literature have stood the test of time. There are countless reasons to pick up a good book—but is it possible to find eternal truths in secular works? In Out of the Best Books, Latter-day Saint scholar S. Michael Wilcox demonstrates that when it comes to learning gospel principles, truth can shine forth in all good works—and literary classics are a prime example.

With underlying lessons on life, faith, and eternal characteristics, secular works can inspire as surely as religious volumes. It is through the experience of characters like Atticus Finch, Elinor Dashwood, and Ebenezer Scrooge that their authors’ inspired words have the power to create life-changing lessons for readers. Learn to find inspiration, wisdom, and spiritual knowledge in the age-old classics. God is in every good thing—you just have to look.

My review

I really enjoyed this book! I loved the way the author takes well known and well loved books and relates the main characters to gospel principles. He does this is a way that is both easy to read and engaging. 

S Michael Wilcox uses original illustrations from the books that he references. I thought that was a great way to keep the reader engaged. He also uses quotes from each of the works. 

My favorite chapter was probably either the one about Anne of Green Gables, complete with plenty of Anne-isms, or the one on Little Women. These are some of my very favorite books ever. I loved reading what the author thought about them. And I was surprised to learn that he’s read these many times.

I hadn’t read all of the books that were referenced in this one. It looks like I have some extra reading to work on!

This book is perfect for any book lover you know! They’ll love it.

I was sent a copy of this by the publisher as a gift. All opinions are my own.

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About the author

S. Michael Wilcox received his PhD from the University of Colorado and taught for many years at the LDS Institute of Religion adjacent to the University of Utah. He has spoken to packed crowds at BYU Education Week and has hosted tours to the Holy Land to China to Church history sites. He has served in a variety of callings, including as bishop and counselor in a stake presidency. He has written many articles and books, including House of Glory, Sunset, 10 Great Souls I Want to Meet in Heaven, and Finding Hope. He and his late wife, Laurie, are the parents of five children.

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About Jane and Emma

jane and emma Sister Jane Manning, a free black woman, and convert to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, returns to Nauvoo to find that Joseph Smith, her prophet and friend, has been assassinated.

Jane spends a ceaseless night with his widow, Emma Smith, sitting watch over the body of the Prophet, as a whirlwind of memory, loss and confusion leaves them wondering how either one of them will be able to move forward.

Through the long night, Jane wonders if the Prophet’s promise to extend the blessings of eternity to her has died along with him.

Join these two remarkable women of faith on an imagined night that reveals the essence of their complex, raw, and ultimately beautiful friendship.

My review

Several years ago, I read a series of books about Jane Manning James that really made me curious about her and her life. I’ll leave links to them after my review, so you can check them out. But since then, I’ve read other things about her and been curious about her. This movie has been on my to watch list, since I learned that it was coming out.

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I got to go to the Salt Lake premier of this movie the other night. This movie enthralled me from the very opening scene. It opens with Jane having a dream. This dream leads her back to Nauvoo and Emma’s home. There she finds that the Prophet Joseph Smith has been murdered and Emma is there all alone with his body.

jane and emmaThe night the two of them spend together with Joseph’s body is heart wrenching. Obviously, Emma’s just lost her husband. But she also feels so insanely guilty about his death. As though it was her fault for calling him back when he was going to leave. 

I loved the actors that portrayed the characters in this one. Emma played by Emily Goss seemed believable. At first, I thought that she seemed a bit harsh, but she had just lost her husband. And Emma really went through a lot of things that most women will never have to because of who her husband was. Emma to me is one of those women that I will always look up to. She holds a special place in my heart.

Jane played by Danielle Deadwyler was probably my favorite character in this movie. I loved the way she kept trying, even when things were hard. Being kicked off the steamship without any clothes, would have made me rethink my journey to Nauvoo. Walking hundreds of miles from Buffalo to Nauvoo is not something I would even attempt. This woman was strong, she was courageous and she’s one of my all time favorite women ever! 

I got to talk to Danielle Deadwyler for just a few minutes after. I asked her what her favorite part of the movie had been. I’ve been thinking about what she told me ever since. And I think what she said can have an application in our lives. She said her favorite parts were all on one day. They shot the hardest, most gut wrenching scenes the same day. And that for her, knowing she could get through that day showed her that she could do hard things. We all have days that are hard, and just like Danielle, we can focus on being able to do the hard things. To get through them and to thrive. I love that!

Anyway…Jane and Emma is a fantastic movie. It’s one that I can’t wait to watch again. If you live in Utah where this movie is opening this weekend, go see it! If not, make sure you go to janeandemmamovie.com to find out how you can request that this movie play in your state.

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A love gone wrong, a chance for redemption, and the web of deceit that could destroy everything.

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About A Deceptive Bargain

a deceptive bargainHiding from the horrors of her past, Miss Martha Haskett is content living her days serving as a lady’s maid to her friend Eliza, the Marchioness of Lansdowne. But then her father, the new Earl of Waterford, shows up, with the shocking news that she is now a titled lady. Further turning her life upside down, he proposes a bargain. She will have a single Season in London, and if she does not marry by the end of the Season, she will be gifted with her dowry and a small estate. Despite her mistrust of her father, Martha accepts his offer, but can’t seem to let go of the anger that has been festering inside of her, or her discomfort with a position in Society where she feels she does not belong.

Dr. Emmett Maddix is tired of the frivolity of the ton and spends his time atoning for his past sins by providing medical care to the poor. His life takes an unexpected turn when he is recruited to be an agent of the Crown. He is assigned to run a charity hospital as a front to collect information about a vicious band of smugglers known as The Cursed Lot, who have managed to overtake the entire town of Gravesend with a reign of murder and oppression.

As Emmett delves further into The Cursed Lot’s domain, he quickly discovers that not everything is what it seems, and it will take far more than one new agent to take down this ruthless gang. While the tangled web of intrigue begins to unravel, Martha and Emmett battle an undeniable but unspoken attraction that grows between them. But before either can be ready to share their hearts, they must overcome their past mistakes, and find their own reasons to keep fighting. With more than just their hearts at stake, surviving the mission will be more difficult than either of them could ever imagine.

My review

Laura Beers writes some of my very favorite Regency Romances. I love the way she includes spies as part of her plots. And they are all such clever and fun characters! It makes me happy the way that each of this author’s books opens up the world she has created more and more.

This one features Martha, she’s Eliza’s maid. But there is so much more to her than the reader would guess. Martha was sold to a despicable man, by someone who was close to her. She’s not at all trustful of men, and she never plans to fall in love again. This becomes especially problematic when her dad shows back up in her life after 5 years, offering his bargain. Ugg! I hated her dad. I thought from the first that Martha was right to want nothing to do with him. But she is persuaded to accept his offer by her friends. And she’s not without protection from Josette,  a young woman posing as her companion.

Then there’s Emmett. Something I really liked about Martha and Emmett was their similarities. They’ve both been scarred by their past experiences and neither of them is able to sleep at night due to their experiences. Emmett is great! I loved the way he wants to be able to help others less fortunate than himself. He’s constantly looking for opportunities to do just that. And it gets him in some tight spots, especially when he’s asked to go undercover himself.

The plot of this one is full of danger and adventure! There’s plenty of fun characters. I’d really love to see Josette and Morgan get their own stories. And I always love seeing the characters from previous books that I’ve grown to love, this one has plenty of that. Make sure to start with the first book, Saving Shadow and move through these ones in order to truly understand everything happening.

I was sent an e-copy of A Deceptive Bargain as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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Today I want to tell you about something that is tons of fun! The Regency House Party: Somerstone series. I did a book blast for this whole series last week. But I was able to read Jen Geigle Johnson’s contribution, Tabatha’s Folly this week. And the author has graciously offered to do a $25 giveaway in conjunction with this review. So let’s get started!

About Tabatha’s Folly

regency house partyTabitha’s Folly is one of Five books all set at the same Regency House Party Series. While each is a standalone story, watch our characters mingle together with others from the books in the series. The stories can be read in any order.

Lady Tabitha Easton recklessly dodges four over-protective brothers while trying to gain attention from the man who holds her heart. She has many choices of suitors, and with Henry as disinterested as ever, she turns to what is wholly forbidden, an irresistibly handsome footman. While their friendship grows, her trust in him increases while her hurt and doubt in her childhood love and friend pushes her away from all she’s ever known as family.

When Lord Henry Courtenay discovers a new attraction to his childhood friend, his role as one of her chaperones at the house party becomes near impossible. Irrationally defensive about any potential suitors and seeking time alone with the enticing Tabby, maintaining friendship with her brothers proves more difficult than he ever imagined. His task becomes all the more difficult when she refuses to understand his growing attraction and often finds herself in almost compromising situations.

When Tabitha’s choices might lead her to danger, and doubt and distrust are high, Henry must prove himself or lose her forever.

My review

Oh my goodness! This is probably my very favorite Regency Romance I’ve read! And what makes it even better is that there are the other 4 books of the Regency House Party still to read, as well as a novella. (All links below!)

Tabitha, or Tabby, as she’s known by her four crazy brothers and their friend Henry, is a clever character! I loved her. Her courage, and her spunk were some of my favorite things about her. I also loved the way she deals with her brothers as they try to take her choices away from her. She has a ton of patience to deal with all 4 of them and their crazy whims as to who she can spend time with or not.

Then there’s Henry. Most of the time, Tabby’s brothers trust him. But he appears to all of a sudden develop feelings for Tabby. And that makes his brothers start to distrust him. I loved the way he watches out for Tabby any way that he possibly can. I loved how clever he was and sneaky too. He finds ways to get around Tabby’s brothers almost constantly. 

Tabby’s brothers are some of my favorites! I loved their cleverness and the way they each had their own distinct personalities. I’m really hoping to see each of them again in their own story!

This Regency Romance has it all. Danger, romance, clever one liners. This is one you won’t want to miss! Get your own copy! And if all of the other books in the Regency House Party: Somerstone series are as good as this one, you can bet I’ll be reading them right away.

I borrowed a copy of Tabitha’s Folly from the Kindle Unlimited Library.

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About author Jen Geigle Johnson

An award winning author, including the GOLD in Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards, Jen Geigle Johnson discovered her passion for England while kayaking on the Thames near London as a young teenager.

She once greeted an ancient turtle under the water by grabbing her fin. She knows all about the sound a water-ski makes on glassy water and how to fall down steep moguls with grace. During a study break date in college, she sat on top of a jeep’s roll bars up in the mountains and fell in love.

​Now, she loves to share bits of history that might otherwise be forgotten. Whether in Regency England, the French Revolution, or Colonial America, her romance novels are much like life is supposed to be: full of adventure. She is a member of the RWA, the SCBWI, and LDStorymakers. She is also the chair of the Lonestar.Ink writing conference.

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About the Book

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In this rhyming picture book for dog lovers of all ages, readers follow the adventures of Santa’s best dog, Lance, when he falls out of the sleigh one Christmas Eve. He’s taken in by the animal shelter and then brought home by a military family who needs some help as Dad is called to serve his country. When Christmas Eve comes ‘round the next year, Lance must decide whether to return to the North Pole with his friend Santa or stay with his new family. Kirkus Reviews describes SANTA’S DOGS as “a sweet, powerful Christmas story.”

SANTA’S DOG would be a great addition to any library or classroom reading program! To accompany this book, we have developed full teacher resources, including a Teacher Lesson Plans packet as well as an Activity Packet, both of which are available for FREE download from the Dogs & Books website. JoAnn also offers FREE virtual author visits to schools. Additional information about all of these resources can be found here.

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About the Author

JoAnn Sky has written for years as part of her job (business and marketing plans and the like). One day she tried her hand at writing for fun—and liked it. Now she authors adult contemporary romance and young adult romance with a magical twist as well as children’s books. She is a two-time Golden Heart® finalist and a member of Romance Writers of America. Originally from the Midwest, JoAnn currently lives in northern Nevada with her husband a.k.a. love of her life, three teenage children, and three crazy rescue dogs.

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Behind the Scenes Facts About the Book

1. Lance in the story is a combination of two rescues we’ve been lucky to have as part of our family over the years: Sampson and Lance. Sampson was our first rescue, and I adopted him from a kill-shelter while my husband was deployed to Iraq about 15 years ago. Lance was a wonderful older dog who spent about five years with us. Lance crossed the Rainbow Bridge earlier this year.

2. This story didn’t start out intending to be a children’s book. I began writing this as a short story that I thought I’d give to readers to encourage them to sign up for my author newsletter. As I wrote it out, it would only come out in rhyme—it just didn’t seem to work any other way. Then once I was done, I had a huge desire to add illustrations. The whole thing just snowballed after that!

3. The illustration of Santa going to pick up Lance and finding the shelter closed initially didn’t have the cardinal or the cat. I thought it needed “a little something,” so Ed Koehler (the most awesome illustrator in the world) added the cardinal. But it still seemed to need something! I asked Ed if he would add an animal peeking through the window. He wasn’t convinced it was necessary but added a cat. We both loved it, so that cat got to stay!

4. For the illustration of when Lance packs his things and waits for Santa, I had this vision with his dish on his head. I’m pretty sure Ed thought I was nuts when I first described it. But then he added the photo of the kids, and it was absolutely perfect!

5. SANTA’S DOG would not exist in its final form as a beautiful hardcover with dust jacket if I had not purchased Bobbie Hinman’s book, “How to Create a Successful Children’s Picture Book.” Bobbie is a successful author and editor. Her book is the bible for writing and publishing a children’s book. Seriously.

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About The Lady of Astoria Abbey

the lady of astoria abbeyBess leads a quiet life, intent on easing the burdens of her widowed father. She acts as maid, cook, and assistant in his medical practice—but she is wearied by the thankless work and her father’s lack of kindness. And then a miracle happens. Lady Agatha Buxton of Astoria Abbey is seeking a physician for her ailing son, Hugh, and, sensing that Bess is trapped in her situation, offers the young woman a position as nurse. Despite Bess’s father’s objections, she accepts—and her life is forever changed.

Bess and Hugh enjoy an immediate bond of friendship, which quickly blossoms into love. Despite his dire prognosis, the couple makes the bittersweet decision to wed, embracing what little time they have. Their tender union ushers in a season of both joy and heartbreak, and Bess discovers greater meaning in life than she’d ever imagined. As she’s confronted with the sorrow of living without Hugh, Bess finds herself at a crossroads—will she have the courage to trust her heart and allow herself to love again?

My review

I love historical romance books! The old fashioned feel of everything is my favorite thing. This one is really well written. I loved the timeless feel of the characters and the abbey. The escape from our crazy busy time to a much simpler time period is also great!

Bess at the beginning made me a bit sad. She’s a young woman who helps her father in his practice as a doctor. But her dad has gotten to where he takes her and all of her work for granted. He just expects that his food will be made and cleaned up after while he reads a novel or goes to bed. Bess was not happy at the beginning and that was a bit hard to see. But she gets a job offer from the lady of Astoria Abbey to be kind of a companion to her terminally ill son. And that’s where we see Bess’ outlook change. 

When Bess’ outlook changes she blossoms into the most amazing young woman. She is kind and compassionate, caring for everyone around her in the most amazing way. I loved the way she falls in love with Hugh. But she doesn’t tell him, because she’s never been in love before and she has an idea that it might just be because of her daily task of caring for him in his illness. But Hugh feels the same way.

I loved Hugh. He got a bit of a bad lot in life. He was supposed to die as an infant, but he hung on far longer than anyone could have ever guessed. I would have liked to have seen in his head, but this novel works from just Bess’ perspective. Hugh is never one to feel sorry for his lot in life. He is one to grab any small happiness he can find in his world that consists of really just his own bedroom and sitting room.

I loved the love story in this one. There are plenty of other things going on in the plot as well. Things like Bess’ father pretty much disowning her. And plenty of twists and turns to keep the reader interested and entertained. 

This is such a great historical romance. Make sure to take some time to read it!

I was sent a copy of The Lady of Astoria Abbey as a gift from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

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About author Anita Stansfield

Anita Stansfield began writing at the age of sixteen, and her first novel was published sixteen years later. Her novels range from historical to contemporary and cover a wide gamut of social and emotional issues that explore the human experience through memorable characters and unpredictable plots. She has received many awards, including a special award for pioneering new ground in LDS fiction, and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Whitney Academy for LDS Literature. Anita is the mother of five, and has two adorable grandsons. Her husband, Vince, is her greatest hero.

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