These are a few of my favorite books of 2014.
Happy reading. 🙂
• Catherine West, Yesterday’s Tomorrow
I wouldn’t normally pick up a book about the Vietnam era, but I’m so glad I did. Yesterday’s Tomorrow was mesmerizing and goes on my best reads of all-time list.
• Kara Tippetts, The Hardest Peace
Life changing. This book gripped me and wouldn’t let go. The story has forever shaped me. Though the author of this book has cancer, the book stretches far beyond those confines in who it impacts. This friend of mine is changing so many lives with her fighting spirit and wise words.
• Elizabeth Byler Younts, Promise to Cherish
This isn’t your typical Amish fiction. Younts brings an authenticity to the Amish community and unique blending of two cultures. It’s set during WWII and is a gripping story written by an author to watch.
• Denise Hunter, Dancing with Fireflies
I’ve been reading Hunter’s book for years, and this one blew me away. She gently handles sensitive issues in a respectful manner, and the story is one I’ll go back to again.
• Beth Vogt, You Made Me Love You: an eShort Sequel
The eShort is a follow up to Beth’s book, Wish You Were Here. (Read that first.) It was a delight and I’m so glad I found out what happened to the characters!
I could keep going, but I’m cutting myself off! Happy New Year, everyone!
*Some of these books I received as advanced reader copies from the publisher or author, others I purchased. My reviews on Goodreads should state if a free copy was received in exchange for my honest opinion.