Book Review by Emily Love: Waterfall by Lisa T. Bergren
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I once told a classmate that there was a “severe lack of quality fiction in the market when it came to romance and fantasy.” Well, Lisa T. Bergren’s The River of Time Series is an exception. Book one, Waterfall, follows the adventures of the Betarrini sisters, Gabi and Lia, as they are hurled back in time to a society very different from what they know. Separated on their journey through time, the sisters must use all of their wit and charm to survive in a war-torn and medieval Italy. As they struggle to understand God’s reason for sending them back into time, the Betarrini sisters must learn to trust their instincts and maybe even find romance along the way…
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Waterfall is a wonderful and enthralling tale from the start to finish. Though aimed at a younger audience, it will captivate any reader’s imagination and tug at their heartstrings in the process. Romance, mystery, and adventure, Waterfall encompasses many genres, which makes it an enjoyable read for many book lovers. I highly recommend it!
Lisa T. Bergren is the author of over thirty books that have sold more than two million copies combined. She’s written fiction of all sorts (romance, historical, contemporary, suspense, YA), nonfiction and children’s books. She divides her time between writing, editing, traveling and co-parenting her three children (16, 13, and 8 ) with her husband, Tim. The Bergrens reside in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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Meet today's guest blogger, Anne's daughter, Emily:
Emily Love is a freshman Professional Writing major attending Taylor University in central Indiana. She has been writing since the 7th grade and decided to join the program to further her writing skills. She is currently working on her first book collaboration with her dear friend Erin Curtis and is also working on her own book series. She has published discussion questions for Final Touch by Brandilyn & Amberly Collins, as well as a book review for Murray Pura's Ashton Park published in Church Libraries. She hopes to continue to write for the secular market spreading the Word of God in a way that non-Christains will be able to understand.
"Happy Reading and God bless you all."
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