Monday, August 31, 2015

COTT {Clash of the Titles} The July Release Clash is on!

Beautiful New July Covers!

Welcome, fellow book lovers! As we wrap up summer, we're bringing you four wonderful reads to take out on your deck chair. From the mountains to the rugged west, these books offer a great variety of escapes. But if you could only pick one, which would make it into your need-to-read pile? Vote at the end--and don't forget to leave a kind word for your favorite author.

The Lady and the Mountain Fire by Misty M. Beller 
Claire Sullivan's desire to help others carried her all the way to the Montana Territory to care for her blind grandmother, but the callous, hardworking doctor she meets there doesn't fit her expectations. When disaster strikes their rough mining city, Claire must face her her greatest fear to help the man she's come to love.
Purchase on Amazon

A Bride At Last by Melissa Jagears
Silas and Kate are both wary of love after failed mail-order engagements, but when a common interest in a motherless boy leads to an interest in each other, they begin to think they can set aside past hurts. However, neither is prepared for the secrets that have yet to come to light.
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To Soar on Eagle's Wings by Renee Blare
While the sun shines in Timber Springs, snow falls on the Snowy Range, and trouble’s brewing in the meadows. The area’s new game warden, Steve Mitchell launches his first wildlife investigation of the season, but the trouble follows him—straight to town.

The Daughters of Jim Farrell by Sylvia Bambola
Pennsylvania 1873: When Jim Farrell is hanged for murder, his three daughters resolve to clear his name. But all too soon their dangerous quest rips the family apart and could cost them the men they love.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

WOW {Warm Oven Wednesday}

We have an abundance of tomatoes in our garden this year and so I'm making these:  Parmesan Baked Tomatoes (again, another great recipe from Pinterest!)

Parmesan Baked Tomatoes

2 medium tomatoes
1/3 cup (50g) freshly grated Parmesan
fresh oregano
freshly ground pepper
olive oil

Preheat the oven to 450 F (230 C).
Cut the tomatoes lengthwise into approximately 1/3-inch (1 cm) slices. 
Place them on a baking sheet. 
Top with Parmesan, oregano, salt and pepper (season according to your taste). Drizzle with some olive oil and bake until tomatoes are tender and the cheese is melted, for about 10-15 minutes.

**We eat them like this but some say they like them on French bread, hamburgers, sandwiches . . . well, the list is endless!

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

The Berenstain Bears Bible for Little Ones by Jan and Mike Berenstain

Book Description:The Berenstain Bears Storybook Bible for Little Ones is perfect for young children. Now toddlers have a padded board book edition designed just for them, with simple text, bright art, and a padded cover. This cute and durable edition provides an overview of the Bible with ten stories from the Old and New Testaments that follow the Bear family as they explore Scripture. The Berenstain Bears Storybook Bible for Little Ones is fun and enlightening for kids and a great resource for parents and educators. 

My Thoughts:  The Berenstain Bears seem to have been around as long as ice cream.  One just can't seem to remember when the family of bears didn't exist.  
When my son was little he loved the bears.  We read the books and had a few of the videos.  The fun family of bears always had a lesson to go with the escapade that one of the smaller bears would get entangled in.
But now The Berenstain Bears have a Storybook Bible for Little Ones that explores scripture from the Old and New Testaments.
Some people may have a problem with a bear teaching a cub about the things of God but our family liked the colorful pictures, the hardback book with its padded cover (that is so easy to wipe clean with a damp rag.)  
The stories are biblically sound just told simply and to the point.  It's not a theologian's nightmare nor is to for those who like bigger more important sounding words. 
It's simply a retelling of the scriptures for little ones. The suggested age for this book is 4-8 but I found that two year olds like this book, too.
Little people like color and animals so in my opinion this is a great book to read to little ones.  After all, reading scripture never hurt any one.  

*This book was provided for review by BookLook*

  • Age Range: 4 - 8 years
  • Series: Berenstain Bears/Living Lights
  • Board book: 30 pages
  • Publisher: Zonderkidz; Brdbk edition (August 4, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0310749417
  • ISBN-13: 978-0310749417

Waiting for Morning (Forever Faithful, Book 1) by Karen Kingsbury

Book Description:  “I’m afraid there’s been a car accident...”
As Hannah Ryan waits for her family to return home from a camping trip, she realizes she has everything going for her—a husband other women admire, two charming teenage daughters, and a loving Christian home. As the sunny afternoon turns into twilight, her uneasiness grows along with the shadows. Then a car pulls into Hannah’s driveway, bringing two police officers...and devastating news that shatters her life forever.
In the days that follow, Hannah struggles with unspeakable feelings of sorrow and rage—feelings that fuse into one chilling purpose for living: revenge against Brian Wesley, the drunk driver who has caused all her pain.
In her fury, Hannah shuts the Lord out of her life. She’s determined not to forgive Wesley or the God who allowed this tragedy to happen. Can two caring people help Hannah rediscover her faith...before bitterness destroys her?

My Thoughts:  Waiting for Morning:  The first book in the Forever Faithful series. This is a heart.rending read that left me feeling bereft but also left me with high hope...there is always a tomorrow. Imagine losing your beloved husband and oldest daughter to death caused by a drunk driver who walks away from the accident barely scathed!
I felt Hannah's despair... I truly did! Because Ms. Kingsbury writes with such emotion! One can feel the emotions of the character.  
But then Brian, the drunk, who killed Hannah's husband and daughter, has a story too.  Can he overcome?
This interesting book is filled faith and hope has the most unusual story line, in that, the story isn't just about Hannah and her lost but it's also about the drunk driver, Brian.  Both peoples lost something in that tragic accident and both peoples must overcome guilt, sadness and then go on with life.  Waiting for Morning is a fantabulous title for this read...
the telling of both sides of the story.  Honestly, Karen Kingsbury does an outstanding job of writing in this novel.
Will hate, angry and despair take up the meaningful lives of two people who don't even know each other?  
Great read!  Forgiveness and God's mercies are ever so evident in this story!

*This book was provided for review by Waterbrook/Mutnomah*

  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Multnomah Books (April 5, 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1590520203
  • ISBN-13: 978-1590520208

Monday, August 24, 2015

COTT {Clash of the Titles} Featuring Author Misty M. Beller's Latest Work

A delightful transport through time, The Rancher Takes a Cook brings history to life with realistic characters, a colorful setting, and comfort food that teases your appetite~ Melody Carlson, author of 200+ books

About the book:

When their South Carolina home burns to the ground, Anna Stewart’s only choice is to move with her younger brother to the wilds of a Texas ranch. 

Their prospects are beginning to look better, until the rancher’s son, Jacob O’Brien, shows up with his alarmingly blue eyes to put a kink in Anna’s well-controlled plans. 

When danger escalates in the form of a band of cattle thieves with deadly intent, can Anna learn to release control to God’s capable hands…and those of the blue-eyed cowboy who’s stolen her heart?


About the author, Misty M. Beller:

Misty M. Beller was raised on a farm in South Carolina, so her Southern roots run deep. Growing up, her family was close, and they continue to keep that priority today. Her husband and two daughters now add another dimension to her life, keeping her both grounded and crazy.

God has placed a desire in Misty’s heart to combine her love for Christian fiction and the simpler ranch life, writing historical novels that display God’s abundant love through the twists and turns in the lives of her characters. 

You can find her on her websitereader blogmarketing blog for authorsGoodreadsTwitterGoogle+, and Pinterest. Or check out her books The Lady and the Mountain ManThe Lady and the Mountain Doctor, or The Lady and the Mountain Fire. Or her latest book, The Rancher Takes a Cook.

Misty's favorite Scripture and prayer for readers:
For this reason we also, since the day we heard it, do not cease to pray for you, and to ask that you may be filled with the knowledge of His will in all wisdom and spiritual understanding; that you may walk worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing Him, being fruitful in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God; strengthened with all might, according to His glorious power, for all patience and longsuffering with joy. (NKJV)

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

WOW {Warm Oven Wednesday}

One last hurrah before school begins and the fun is just beginning with these s'mores! 
 I love the peanut butter cup s'mores!  {I found these on!}


graham cracker squares
milk chocolate candy bars (1.55-oz each), each halved
large marshmallows
long-handled forks
  • On each of 4 graham cracker squares, place candy bar half.
  • Spear each marshmallow on long-handled fork; toast over campfire coals or over grill with low heat.
  • Place 1 toasted marshmallow on top of each chocolate bar. Top each with cracker; press together and hold for a few seconds to melt chocolate.


    Mint S´Mores - Substitute chocolate-covered mint cookies for the crackers.
    Peanut Butter S´Mores - Substitute chocolate-covered peanut butter cups for the candy bars.
    Rainy Days S´Mores - Substitute marshmallow creme for the toasted marshmallows. Spread marshmallow creme on cracker tops.
    Scotchie S´Mores - Substitute chocolate graham crackers for the regular graham crackers. Drizzle butterscotch ice cream topping over the candy bar before adding marshmallow.
    Striped S´Mores - Substitute chocolate-striped cookies for the graham crackers.
    Keep S'Mores ingredients on hand for upcoming backyard cookouts. At a picnic, put out a variety of chocolate candies so everyone can experiment and discover their favorite combination.

    Tuesday, August 18, 2015

    COTT {Clash of the Titles} Presenting, a Titus Ray Thriller!

    About the book:

    On the hunt for an assassin, Titus Ray faces a threat he never imagined.
    Can he overcome the obstacles and capture Ahmed Al-Amin before it's too late?

    In this pulse-racing Christian thriller, CIA intelligence officer, Titus Ray, travels from Costa Rica to Venezuela in an effort to stop Ahmed Al-Amin, a Hezbollah assassin, from murdering a high-profile government official. Along the way, a family crisis jeopardizes his mission, and an Agency division head threatens to destroy his career. As the danger mounts, he’s forced to partner with an untested operative to complete the mission and bring Ahmed to justice. Will he make it in time?


    What COTT voter had to say:
    --Great book. So exciting! Two Days in Caracas.
    --The first book, One Night in Tehran, was excellent so reading the second book in the series is a given. Looking forward to it!
    --Loved the book, "Two Days in Caracus" by Luana Ehrlich
    --Luana Ehrlich is a wonderful storyteller! LOVE her books!
    --Luana, I love the realism of your characters and the accuraccy of your research into the espionage community.
    --I will be reading Luana Ehrlich's newest book!
    --Luana, you are a fabulous writer. I am so excited to read Two Days in Caracus!

    Q & A with Luana:

    Is there a message for readers to take away after they read these stories?

    If there's an underlying message in the series, it's that God is always at work in the lives of unbelievers to bring them to faith in Christ. Titus is a career intelligence officer, dedicated to carrying out deceptive, treacherous, sometimes violent, operations against both individuals and governments. He was raised in a dysfunctional family with no spiritual upbringing. Yet, while hiding out from Iran's secret police, he is confronted with the truth of the gospel. The message is simply that a conversion experience often happens to the most improbable people in the most unlikely of 


    In addition, contained in each of the books is the reality all believers must face—how to live out the Christian faith. Titus is forced to deal with what it means to be a follower of Christ in the world in which he operates. The first book primarily deals with his attempts to pray, but he also buys a Bible and attends church for the first time. Then, in Two Days in Caracas, Titus is thrust into several situations where he’s faced with the need to offer forgiveness for past sins. These are gut-wrenching episodes, and he’s not always successful.

    Tell us a little about yourself.

    I grew up as a preacher’s kid, and it was actually my dad who gave me my first spy novel when I was eleven years old. After that, I was hooked on the thriller/suspense/mystery genre forever. I’m also a news fanatic, and I follow events around the world on a daily basis, particularly the Middle East. 

    I married a minister, and we’ve lived in several states in the South and Midwest and have served as missionaries in Costa Rica and Venezuela. For the past two decades, we’ve lived in Norman, Oklahoma, where my husband has been the pastor of a Baptist church.

    I’ve also done freelance work for Baptist Press, a national news service for Baptists, reporting on the experiences of newly converted Christians. And, in a similar fashion, when we lived in Indiana, I wrote a weekly column for The Indiana Baptist, which told the stories of ordinary people who became followers of Christ. I belong to several organizations for writers, including the American Christian Fiction Writers.

    Where can we find you?

    My personal website is, and then I have a website devoted to my thrillers, I blog at His Glory My Joy and I’m the Blessing Box Blogger.

    Sunday, August 16, 2015

    Secrets She Kept by Cathy Gohlke

    Book Description: All her life, Hannah Sterling longed for a close relationship with her estranged mother. Following Lieselotte’s death, Hannah determines to unlock the secrets of her mother’s mysterious past and is shocked to discover a grandfather living in Germany.

    Thirty years earlier, Lieselotte’s father is quickly ascending the ranks of the Nazi party, and a proper marriage for his daughter could help advance his career. Lieselotte is in love―but her beloved Lukas is far from an ideal match, as he secretly works against the Reich. Yet Lieselotte never imagined how far her father would go to ensure her cooperation.

    Both Hannah’s and Lieselotte’s stories unfold as Hannah travels to Germany to meet her grandfather, who is hiding wartimes secrets of his own. Longing for connection, yet shaken by all she uncovers, Hannah must decide if she can atone for her family’s tragic past and how their legacy will shape her future.

    My Thoughts:  Last summer I read Saving Amelie by Cathy Gohlke and was so enthralled with the story that when this book, Secrets She Kept, came out this summer, I jumped at a chance to read it. 


    This story takes place thirty years earlier and is more about Hannah's parents and then intermingles with Hannah's "today" life.
    Hannah wants to know the secrets of her mother's past (hence the title Secrets She Kept).
    Unfortunately, any time one tries to uncover a secret, the past or the secret isn't all that one will hope for nor is it always good to uncover what someone has gone through in the past.  Sometimes, people keep secrets because the hurt and hopelessness they had to go through felt too hard to share.  Or maybe, they keep a secret because they don't want to hurt their loved ones....whatever the case, Hannah uncovers more than she knew was lurking underneath the family skeletons.  
    Such a poignant story! And yet, so sad that at times I felt as if my heart would break.  {This, to me, is not just the sign of a great book but the sign of a fantastic author!}  
    Another fantabulous story by Cathy Gohlke!
    A definite must read for all WWII fans!

    *This book was provided for review by Tyndale*
    • Paperback: 416 pages
    • Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. (September 1, 2015)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 1496400801
    • ISBN-13: 978-1496400802

    Saturday, August 15, 2015

    Submarines, Secrets and a Daring Rescue (American Revolutionary War Adventures) by Robert J. Skead

    Book Description:  In this second book in the American Revolutionary War Adventure series, Submarines, Secrets, and a Daring Rescue, twins Ambrose and John Clark find themselves volunteering for another mission to help the newly forming United States. Inspired by their success in delivering a secret message to General George Washington himself, the boys step up to help transport much-needed gunpowder to the patriots and end up in an even more dangerous situation, trying to man one of the first submarines and then, later, attempting a prison break to rescue one of their older brothers.
    Follow these brave young patriots as they follow in their father’s footsteps and rely on each other, their considerable courage, and God’s providence for guidance and strength.

    My Thoughts:  My middle school nephew loves stories about history.  Unfortunately, it's rather difficult to find a historical story that is geared for the middle school child.  So, when I came across the American Revolutionary War Adventures by Robert Skead I knew this was a winner.
    Not knowing anything about this series, I picked this book, Submarines, Secrets and a Daring Rescue, which is the second book in the series. However, since I hadn't read the first book I realized that I may have missed getting to know the twins better.  
    But, all in all, I think each book must be a stand alone read exploring the adventure of that moment. 
    The twins, Ambrose and John Clark are fourteen years old and want to be like their patriot father.  
    In this book the twins volunteer for mission to deliver gunpowder to the patriots in the newly formed United States.
    There is a lot of action and adventure that will keep the interest of any boy or girl who loves history.
    Courage, faith and a love for country are the "meat" of this read.
    Loved this fantabulous book.  And it's such nice hardback book...great for gift giving, too!

    *This book was provided by BookLook*

    • Age Range: 8 - 12 years
    • Series: American Revolutionary War Adventures
    • Hardcover: 208 pages
    • Publisher: Zonderkidz (August 4, 2015)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 0310747473
    • ISBN-13: 978-0310747475

    Wednesday, August 12, 2015

    WOW {Warm Oven Wednesday}

    I found this delightful yummy lemon cookie on
    Lemon cookies are a summertime treat!
    1 (18.25 ounce) package lemon cake mix
    2 eggs
    1/3 cup vegetable oil
    1 teaspoon lemon extract
    1/3 cup confectioners' sugar for
    1.Preheat oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C).
    2.Pour cake mix into a large bowl. Stir in eggs, oil, and lemon extract until well blended. Drop teaspoonfuls of dough into a bowl of confectioners' sugar. Roll them around until they're lightly covered. Once sugared, put them on an ungreased cookie sheet.
    3.Bake for 6 to 9 minutes in the preheated oven. The bottoms will be light brown, and the insides chewy.

    Tuesday, August 11, 2015

    COTT {Clash of the Titles} Features: "Until the Harvest" by Sarah Loudin Thomas

    This follow-up story will delight readers of Thomas’ previous novel, but, it reads perfectly as a standalone as well.                                       
                                                      – RT Book Reviews Top Pick – 4.5 stars

    About the book:
    When a family tragedy derails Henry Phillips’s college studies, he’s left unmoored and feeling abandoned. Although Henry tries to find escape in bad company, the only things that can tamp down his anger and grief are the family farm, his fiddle, and sweet but unusual pre-teen Mayfair Hoffman.

    Unfortunately, Mayfair’s older sister, Margaret, with the freckles and cute, turned-up nose, has the opposite effect. Worse, she’s his grandmother’s housekeeper and helper, so she’s always around and ready to push his buttons. At first he thinks she doesn’t care about his loss, before beginning to understand she’s facing her own struggles. Mayfair’s health and unique gift sit at the heart of those worries, and Henry and Margaret soon find themselves relying on each other as both Henry’s future and Mayfair’s life are put at risk.

    Until the Harvest


    A note from the author:

    Good Books and Great Food

    Eating and telling stories are two of my favorite things so it’s only natural that food turns up in my writing over and over again. The second book in the Appalachian Blessings series—Until the Harvest—opens with the hero, Henry Phillips, enjoying one of his favorite dishes–venison steak. And a little later he partakes of . . . fried squirrel.

    Now, before you turn up your nose, understand that in my growing up years we ate quite a bit of game including squirrel. Plenty of folks still enjoy it. And my mother made the best squirrel gravy. If you tried some on a biscuit, I bet you’d think so, too.

    My books aren’t about food, but food plays an important role in each one. Life on the farm—in West Virginia or anywhere else—centers on raising and harvesting food. Readers often comment that my books make them hungry, so today I thought I’d share a couple of recipes with you. One for Emily Phillips’ fried squirrel (courtesy of my mom, Nancy Loudin) and one for Margaret Hoffman’s egg salad (courtesy of WV chef Dale Hawkins). 

    Hope you enjoy the book AND a good meal!

    What COTT voter had to say:
    --I have enjoyed "getting to know" Sarah Loudin Thomas via social media and eagerly look forward to reading both of her novels.
    --I absolutely loved Until The Harvest, by Sarah Loudin Thomas!
    --I love Sarah Loudin Thomas's books! She is a favorite of mine!!
    --Absolutely LOVED Until the Harvest by Sarah Loudin Thomas. UTH has it all--life lessons, "get real" God moments, and the sweet stirring of love--all set amidst the beautiful backdrop of Appalachia country. No ten dollar words here--just great storytelling at its absolute finest!
    --Sarah Loudin Thomas, I have loved both of your books! Keep 'em comin'!
    --Sarah Loudin Thomas: keep up the good work and allowing God to reach people through your writing!
    --Sarah Loudin Thomas is one of my favorite authors. I love the way she tells a story! I can always feel what the characters are feeling.

    Fried Squirrel with Gravy

    Makes 4 servings

    2 large squirrels
    1 cup flour
    Salt and pepper
    Oil or lard for frying
    Milk and water

    Soak the cleaned squirrels in a pan of water in the refrigerator for a couple of hours. Cut into pieces, place in a large pot, and cover with water. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, and simmer until the meat is tender, but not falling off the bones. Drain. Season the meat with salt and pepper and roll in the flour. Heat oil or lard to shimmering in a cast-iron skillet and add the pieces without crowding. Fry until golden brown on both sides. Remove to drain on a brown paper bag. Leave about two tablespoons of oil in the skillet and add two tablespoons of the flour left over from dredging the squirrel. Stir the flour until it’s lightly browned. Add milk and water alternately, stirring constantly, until your gravy is as thick as you like it. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve with hot biscuits.

    Egg Salad

    8 eggs
    ½ cup mayonnaise
    1 tsp. prepared yellow mustard
    ¼ cup chopped green onion
    ¼ tsp. paprika
    Salt and pepper to taste

    Place eggs in a saucepan and cover with water. Bring water to a boil and immediately remove from heat. Cover and let eggs stand in hot water for 10 to 12 minutes. Remove from hot water, cool. Peel and grate on a box grater. Place the eggs in a bowl and stir in the mayonnaise, mustard, and green onion. Season with salt, pepper, and paprika. Stir and serve.

    About the author:
    Sarah Loudin Thomas grew up on a 100-acre farm in French Creek, WV, the seventh generation to 
    live there. Her Christian fiction is set in West Virginia and celebrates the people, the land, and the heritage of Appalachia. Her first novel, Miracle in a Dry Season, released August 2014 through Bethany House and won the 2015 Selah Award and an INSPY Award for debut fiction. Book #2, Until the Harvest, released May 2015. 

    A graduate of Coastal Carolina University in Conway, SC, Sarah once dreamed of being a marine scientist. But her love for words won out and she has spent much of her career in public relations and marketing. She currently oversees fundraising and communications for a Christian children’s home in Black Mountain, NC.

    Sarah and her husband Jim live in the mountains of Western North Carolina with Thistle–the canine equivalent to a personal trainer pushing them to hike, run, and play tug-o-war. Sarah is active in her local church and enjoys cooking and–you guessed it–reading. 

    Sunday, August 9, 2015

    {Kregel Blog Tour} Heartbreak Trail, Andrea Carter Book by Susan K. Marlow

    Book Description:  Andrea Carter can ride, rope, and cut out cattle with the best of her brothers’ ranch hands. Yet, her mother has always held the family’s youngest daughter back from fully participating in ranch activities.

    With the approach of her fifteenth birthday, even the ranch boss, big brother Chad, can’t deny that his baby sister is better at ranch skills than some of his cowhands. When Andi announces that her quinceaƱera birthday wish is to join the upcoming cattle drive, her family is stunned. But after further discussion and multiple newspaper clippings about spirited women who balked at society’s expectations, even Mother agrees that the only way to get this cattle-drive notion out of Andi’s head is by letting her and her cousin Levi go along as Cook’s helpers. Andi is elated. What can go wrong on a two-week drive to Los Angeles?
    Andi quickly discovers that a cattle drive is a dirty, dangerous business with little sleep and the same food day after day. Between late nights, dust, mosquitos, and an abrasive cowhand trying to win Andi’s attention, it is definitely not a holiday. Andi grimly determines she will stick it out. When a river crossing goes wrong and Chad is shot in a gunfight with suspicious men who have been shadowing the herd, Mitch the trail boss finds himself dangerously shorthanded. Andi and Levi can no longer just give Cook a hand. It’s time to pitch in and help Mitch get their cattle to market―any way they can.

    My Thoughts:  Susan Marlow is a new author to me.  I chose this book because I wanted something a little different to read this summer.  A change of "page," so to speak.  However, when I chose this book I didn't realize it was the second in the Circle C Milestones series.  
    I delved right in and was pleasantly surprised at the story....
    Andrea Carter is fourteen years old and quite the ranch hand.  She can ride, rope and help with the cattle.  Rather fearless too.
    Living in Texas I know important a quinceaƱera or 15th birthday celebration for a girl can be.  
    So when Andi decides she wants to join the cattle drive for her special birthday...she gets her wish and her parents let her go on the cattle drive as a cook's helper. And Andi learns something about herself in the process.
    Most girls want to dress up and be fancy for their 15th birthday celebration but not Andi...hand her a cowboy hat, boots and off she goes.
    This is quite a fun read.  Each chapter begins with a short journal entry from Andi and then the chapter is the story.
    This is a great read for preteen-young teen (8-14) girls.  I'm an adult and enjoyed learning about cattle drives, cooking on the range and sweet friendships.  And a sweet surprise for Andi at the end of the story.
    A delightful story!

    *This book was provided for review by Kregel Publications*

    Series: Circle C Milestones (Book 2)
    • Paperback: 168 pages
    • Publisher: Kregel Publications (July 27, 2015)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 0825443687
    • ISBN-13: 978-0825443688