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Book Spotlight: A Lasting Impression by Tamera Alexander

About the book:
Claire Laurent’s greatest desire as an artist is to create something that will last. It’s also her biggest weakness. When her fraud of a father deals her an unexpected hand, Claire is forced to flee New Orleans to Nashville, only a year after the War Between the States has ended. Her path intersects with Sutton Monroe’s, and she considers him a godsend for not turning her in to the authorities. But when they meet again and he refuses to help her, she realizes she’s misjudged him. Trading an unwanted destiny for an unknown future, she finds herself in the middle of Nashville’s elite society and believes her dream of creating a lasting impression in the world of art may finally be within reach.

Read an excerpt of A Lasting Impression by Tamera Alexander, a Belmont Mansion novel.

I’ve heard such good things about Alexander’s books; I look forward to digging into this one.

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Book Spotlight: Dancing on Glass by Pamela Binnings Ewen

About the book:
In steamy 1974 New Orleans, Amalise Catoir views Phillip Sharp as a charming, magnetic artist — unlike any man she’s known. A lawyer herself, raised in a small town and on the brink of a career with a large firm, she’s strong and successful, but sometimes too trusting and whimsical. Her rash decision to marry Phillip turns out to be a mistake as he becomes possessive, drawing Ama away from family, friends and her faith. His behavior becomes her dark secret.

Read an excerpt of Dancing on Glass by Pamela Ewen.

I received this book from the publisher as part of the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance. I am an Amazon Associate and receive a small commission on sales through my affiliate links.