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My next book to read - Captured by Grace

I am receiving Captured by Grace, by David Jeremiah, from BookSneeze to review.  I am very excited to have this opportunity to receive books for FREE, in return for honest reviews!  Here is another company {see my post about SocialSpark} that wants honest opinion in the reviews they receive from their readers.  So, any books that I review for them will be what I think of the actual book.  Now just like movie reviews - just because I love a book and can't recommend it enough, does not mean that everyone is going to love it, LOL!  Take my reviews as you will, and I would love to read what you think of these books too!


  1. Hi Kimberlee,
    Oh my gosh--I just came to your blog and saw this beautiful post...I am having a link party on my I Owe it All to Him blog where I just ask people to post their favorite word...(and link it up to the challenge.) I thought you would like to join us!


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