Review: Ruth Axtell’s A HEART’S REBELLION

"Axtell includes beautiful details of this era in London, from the dinner parties, dances, ball gowns, fashionable buggy rides in parks, and visits to gardens. Botany is an uncommon and refreshing element in this novel, complete with a visit to the famed royal Kew Gardens."

Review: Chuck Black’s CLOAK OF THE LIGHT

"Black doesn't shy away from portraying Drew's genuine doubt and confusion about faith, and respects the many problems that nonbelievers face. However, in a savvy apologetic move, Black offers words of wisdom and truth about faith and God . . ."