Come As You Aren’t: A Role-Playing Game for Adventurous Couples Cards by Potter

Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time it’s Come As You Aren’t: A Role-Playing Game for Adventurous Couples Cards by Potter.

Come as you aren’t is a board game for adventurous couples looking to add more spice to their perspectives, and bedrooms!

This simple role-playing game will help couples experiment and seduce one another in ways they never would have otherwise imagined.

To use the set, one partner draws a Who, a What, and a Where card at random, puts them in an envelope, and then gives the envelope for their partner or leaves it for him or her. It’s super fun!

This is one game you’ll want to read this season! To find out more about this game set, click here.

Enjoy,

Nicole

 

Please note, this book was received from book look bloggers; all opinions are my own. Thank you.
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Review:  A Prairie Girl’s Faith: The Spiritual Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder by Stephen W. Hines

A Prairie Girl's Faith: The Spiritual Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder by [Hines, Stephen W.]

Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time it’s A Prairie Girl’s Faith: The Spiritual Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder by Stephen W. Hines.

A Prarie Girl’s Faith centers on the beloved author of the Little House books, Laura Ingalls Wilder. One of America’s great pioneer storytellers and a woman of immense faith.

A Prairie Girl’s Faith provides the first extended, in-depth discussion of the Christian faith with an intimate look into the Ingalls’ family. This book reveals how in surviving the struggles of the frontier life, that Laura drew not just on her character, but hope in her personal relationship with God.

For fans of Little House on the Prarie, this is one book you’ll want to read this season! To find out more about this book, click here.

Enjoy,

Nicole

Please note, this book was received from book look bloggers; all opinions are my own. Thank you.

Review: Devotions from the Mountains by Thomas Nelson

Devotions from the Mountains (Devotions from . . .) by [Nelson, Thomas]

Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time its Devotions from the Mountains by Thomas Nelson.

In Devotions from the Mountains, readers are provided with inspiring devotional materials focused on the amazing gift of the resurrection of Jesus and what that means in our daily lives.

Each daily entry includes Scripture passages, a devotion, and a prayer. Explore such interesting themes as Jesus our Savior and how the Bible changes individual lives, and moreover, has been purchased by millions and give numerous others daily doses of inspirational thoughts for every day is now available in a gorgeous new package, and large, easy-to-read type.

Devotions from the Mountains offers daily reading features devotional writings from the author’s numerous bestsellers as well as a Scripture verse selected especially for each day’s reading through intentionally focused scripture based on scenic mountain imagery.

Bring the gift of bravery, strength, and courage to friends and loved ones this holiday season with this deluxe, large edition of the classic devotional makes a handsome gift to commemorate a special occasion, especially this holiday season. It included a partially foiled cover, beautifully designed pages with large type, and a ribbon marker.

To find out more about this book, click here.

Enjoy,

Nicole

Please note, this book was received from book look bloggers; all opinions are my own. Thank you.

Review: Church of the Small Things: The Million Little Pieces That Make Up a Life by Melanie Shankle

Church of the Small Things: The Million Little Pieces That Make Up a Life by [Shankle, Melanie]

Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time it’s Church of the Small Things: The Million Little Pieces That Make Up a Life by Melanie Shankle.

Church of the Small Things centers on finding potential in the ordinary events of life. The coming to terms with being fulfilled by raising kids, working in an office, and cooking dinner.

Melanie Shankle, New York Times bestselling author and writer at The Big Mama Blog tackles these questions head-on in her fourth book, Church of the Small Things by speaking to women longing to find significance and meaning in the normal, sometimes mundane world their own making.

Through humorous stories and quick wit, Melanie helps women embrace what it means to live a simple, intentional life. A book that women no matter your current season of life would and could benefit from reading.

This is one book you’ll want to read this season! To find out more about this book, click here.

Enjoy,

Nicole

Please note, this book was received from book look bloggers; all opinions are my own. Thank you.

Book Review: Capital Gaines: Smart Things I Learned Doing Stupid Stuff by Chip Gaines

Capital Gaines: Smart Things I Learned Doing Stupid Stuff by [Gaines, Chip]

Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time it’s Capital Gaines: Smart Things I Learned Doing Stupid Stuff by Chip Gaines.

Capital Gaines centers on the funny, talented Chip Gaines. Best known to millions of people as a renovation expert, bestselling author, husband to Joanna, and father of 4 in Waco, Texas. But long before the world took notice, Chip was a serial entrepreneur who was always ready for the next challenge, even if it didn’t quite work out as planned.

Whether it was buying a neighborhood laundromat or starting a lawn-mowing service, Chip always knew that the most important thing was to take that first step. No matter his next venture.

In Capital Gaines, we walk alongside Chip as he weaves the story of some of his craziest antics and the invaluable lessons learned along the way. What his mentors taught and what his family galvanized him to do. Mixed with a little sprinkle of his wacky, naturally, fly by the seat of your pants personality and a willingness to do anything, and you have the life and daily activity of Chip Gaines.

Capital Gaines is the perfect book for anyone looking to succeed not only in business but more importantly in an intentionally and mindfully planned life.

Whether or not of the show Fixer Upper, this is one book you’ll want to read this season! To find out more about this book, click here.

Enjoy,

Nicole

Please note, this book was received from book look bloggers; all opinions are my own. Thank you.

Book Review: The Austen Escape by Katherine Reay

The Austen Escape by [Reay, Katherine]

Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time it’s The Austen Escape by Katherine Reay.

The Austen Escape centers on Mary Davies, a woman who has always found solace in her work as an engineer. Particularly an adorable consultant. But feels something is missing in her world. When Mary’s estranged childhood friend, Isabel Dwyer offers her a two-week stay in an English manor house, she reluctantly agrees. She hopes the vacation will jumpstart her life for the better.

But Mary gets more than she bargained for when her friend suddenly loses her memory and fully believes she lives in Jane Austen’s Bath, England. during her stay, Mary uncovers startling truths about their shared past, who Isabel really was, and a mysterious man who now stands between them.

This is one book you’ll want to read this season! To find out more about this book, click here.

Enjoy,

Nicole

Please note, this book was received from book look bloggers; all opinions are my own. Thank you.

Lady Jayne Disappears by Joanna Davidson Politano Review

Lady Jayne Disappears by [Politano, Joanna Davidson]

Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time it’s Lady Jayne Disappears by Joanna Davidson Politano.

When Aurelie Harcourt’s father dies in debtor’s prison, he leaves her just two things: his wealthy family, whom she has never met, and his famous pen name, Nathaniel Droll.

When her new family greets her with resentment, her only friend becomes, Silas Rotherham, the family’s silent houseguest.

Then when Aurelie decides to complete her father’s unfinished novel, she must maintain her identity as Nathaniel Droll, her late father’s pen name, all the while searching for the truth about her mother’s disappearance–and perhaps even her father’s death.

To find out more about this book, click here.

Enjoy,

Nicole

Please note, this book was received from book look bloggers; all opinions are my own. Thank you.