New Blog Tour!

I have a treat for you guys! Not one blog tour post but a two in one book review!

The first title is " Queen of the Wave" by Janice Thompson.

This is an American Tapestry book put out by Summerside Press.

First off I love the dress on the girl on this cover, it's so cute!

This book takes you back to the era of the infamous Titanic voyage. My sister is obsessed with all things Titanic so I will be passing this book on to her to read too.

Janice has a very descriptive writing style which compels you to really dive into this story.

Pampered doesn't even begin to subscribe Jacqueline Abington and once she decides a marriage to the family gardener then that is exactly what she is going to do and nothing will stop her plan.

Even if that means bribing a poor women to take her place on the maiden Titanic Voyage.

Tessa, the one being convinced to take the voyage feels like she has been handed the greatest opportunity but isn't sure how she feels about assuming another persons identity.

She feels like she is living in a dream as she experiences what it is like to be a spoiled socialite for the first time in her life and is starting to enjoy her time when a wealthy American man takes more than a passing interest in her.

Can she keep up the ruse or will her lies destroy her hope for the future?

Meet Janice:

Award-winning author Janice Thompson, who also writes under the name Janice Hanna, has published nearly eighty books for the Christian market, crossing genre lines to write cozy mysteries, historicals, romances, nonfiction books, devotionals, children’s books and more.

She formerly served as vice president of the Christian Authors Network and was named the 2008 Mentor of the Year by the American Christian Fiction Writers.
Thompson lives in Spring, Texas, near her four grown daughters and young grandchildren. She leads a rich life with her family, a host of writing friends and two mischievous dachshunds.

Readers can keep up with Janice Thompson by visiting, becoming a fan on Facebook or following her Twitter.

Find out more about Janice at

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You guys ready for round two of this book review?? 

The second title is "Where the Trail Ends" by Melanie Dobson.

It is also  An American Tapestry novel and Summerside publishes this one too.

This title takes us back to the time of the Oregon Trail back in 1842.

Two very different journeys but both so important in our history and I love how descriptive both authors are.

It is really fun to get to dive into this period in history and almost feel like you get to experience it too even though we were all born well past this time.

This book will keep you flipping page after page to see what happens next!


Samantha Waldron and her family have set out on one of the most tedious and dangerous journeys that they could have taken on as a family.

They are doing fairly well on their own until a horrible accident occurs and they have to rely on the help of a complete stranger to save their lives before the icy river completely closes in on them.

When Samantha puts her mind to something she is one determined lady so when she decides that she is going to make a home for herself and her brother no matter that she is unattached she fully plans on making that happen. What she didn't plan on, however, was falling for the dashing Alex who saved them.

Will she make her home for her brother or will things with Alex pan out in the long run?

Read it and find out for yourself!!!

Meet Melanie: 

Melanie Dobson has written ten contemporary and historical novels including five releases in Summerside’s Love Finds You series. In 2011, two of her releases won Carol Awards: Love Finds You in Homestead, Iowa (for historical romance) and The Silent Order (for romantic suspense).
Prior to her writing career, Melanie was the corporate publicity manager at Focus on the Family and a publicist for The Family Channel. She later launched her own public relations company and worked in the fields of publicity and journalism for more than fifteen years.
Melanie and her family enjoy their home in the Pacific Northwest. The entire Dobson family loves to travel and hike in both the mountains and along the cliffs above the Pacific.

When Melanie isn’t writing or playing with her family, she enjoys exploring ghost towns and dusty back roads, line dancing, and reading inspirational fiction.

Find out more about Melanie at

You can see what others thought of this one as well

Hope you guys enjoyed reading about these two great books and that you pick them up for yourselves!

Yay it's the weekend!


*Note* I received a free copy of these books in exchange for a review. I am not required to post a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own and they are sincere.

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