Reviews by Kristen Jeffery
On 4/18 Kristen Jeffery wrote: "They may not have enough evidence to convict him, but they have enough to ruin his life." If that sentence captured your attention then you may want grab a copy of Stress Test by Richard L. Mabry M.D. Doctor Matt seems almost doomed. Charged with multiple crimes he did not commit, getting injured, ... Draws you in!
On 3/14 Kristen Jeffery wrote: Do you agree with everything your child does? Do you have a rebellious teen or young adult living with you? What about when your children are grown but you disagree with something they do? How do you handle this? Our kids are still young and at home but I am quite sure we will face this issue as ... Good Advice
On 2/11 Kristen Jeffery wrote: I was able to review Unglued Devotional by Lysa TerKeurst. As a busy mom to 4 kids, I love how this devotional is broken down into very quick, easy-to-read segments. The reading for each day is 1-3 pages and takes just a few minutes. I know the purpose of a devotional is to daily reading. However, ... Quick devotions for moms
On 12/17 Kristen Jeffery wrote: In An Angel by Her Side, we are invited to get to know Katie Bender and new-in-town Seth Stutzman. Katie lost her fiance years before and has basically decided she will never marry and is destined to be a teacher to the Amish children for the rest of her life. Then tragedy strikes and her school house, ... Good to read!
On 11/16 Kristen Jeffery wrote: I received the book Soul’s Gate by James Rubart to review. To be brutally honest I would have never checked this out from the library or likely even glanced at it on a shelf. It leans towards a sci-fi theme and I am NOT into that at all. That being said, I was blown away by this book. As in, literally ... Didn't want to read it...totally LOVED it!
On 10/30 Kristen Jeffery wrote: The theme of the book is faith and belief. Only Believe is touted throughout the book. The phrase takes on a multitude of meanings. During the book you will meet a single mom named Brooke, a precocious boy named Alex, a mute semi-giant named Charlie, two doctors, a carpenter and many others. Each ... Read it in one day!
On 10/5 Kristen Jeffery wrote: I read this book in one sitting. Mostly because my daughter had to take a test and we were supposed to remain on site for 2 hours! I found the book easy to get into and easy to follow. Neale does a good job of developing Gabriel and the other secondary characters as well. I love reading Christian ... An ok book but not my fav.