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Plum Upside Down by Valerie Comer

I have read many of Valerie Comer’s books and keep coming back because of the strong characters, and the conflicts they face in both life and faith. It says a lot for her writing I got confused when I started … Continue reading

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Promise of Peppermint: An Urban Farm Fresh Romance Prequel by Valerie Comer

This is a sweet inspirational romance story about waiting for the right person to be ready and finding the courage to trust in another’s goodness. I appreciated the role bullying, or more to the point, anti-bullying efforts played, though the … Continue reading

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Merry Kisses by Valerie Comer

Merry Kisses brings the Riverbend Romance novella series to a close in an admirable fashion. I think this one is my absolute favorite for a lot of reasons but how the commercialization of Christmas is handled and the different approaches … Continue reading

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Team Bride: A Christian Romance by Valerie Comer

If you’ve been following my reviews, you’ll know I’ve been enjoying the Riverbend Romance Novella series. My main contention has been to wish for a longer story so I could spend more time with the characters. In Team Bride, once … Continue reading

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Sweet Serenade: A Christian Romance by Valerie Comer

This is the third Riverbend Romance Novella and hands down my favorite of the series so far. Carly and Reed are people who both work and play in the great outdoors. They amply demonstrate the sense of wonder being in … Continue reading

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