Tag Archives: Valerie Comer

Secrets of Sunbeams by Valerie Comer

I read across many genres as you might have noticed if you follow my reviews, and I often determine what to read next based on my mood. With a string of cloudy days getting me down, I reached for the … Continue reading

Posted in Book Reviews, Reviews | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in Book Reviews, Reviews | Tagged , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in Book Reviews, Reviews | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in Novella Reviews, Reviews, Romance | Tagged , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in Novella Reviews, Reviews, Romance | Tagged , | Leave a comment