- Journey to the Well: A Novel by Diana Wallis Taylor - 2 stars. A fictionalized account of the Samaritan woman at the well. Very rushed.
- Healing Stones by Nancy Rue and Stephen Arterburn - 3 stars. A very interesting portrayal of the challenge that he who is without sin should be the first to cast stones.
- A Tailor-Made Bride by Karen Witemeyer - 3 stars. An easy weekend read.
- The Choice by Robert Whitlow - 3.5 stars. A look at what teens go through as they try to decide if they will abort, adopt out, or raise their baby.
- Unending Devotion by Jody Hedlund - 4 stars. The best fiction book I read in February, a tale involving American Old Midwest brothels and mining towns. Based on a true story!
- Against the Tideby Elizabeth Camden - 3 stars. Good story. Lacking character development.
- Harvest of Rubies by Tessa Afshar - 3 stars. Set during the Biblical period of Esther. Great message but the writing is missing something.
- The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne - 3 stars. It's obvious why this book is a classic, even if I didn't care for the actual story.
- Unorthodox: The Scandalous Rejection of My Hasidic Roots by Deborah Feldman - 3 stars. A thought provoking book but the author is still missing God.
- Clara's War: One Girl's Story of Survival by Clara Kramer - 5 stars. Hands down the best book of February. A very touching Holocaust story, both inspiring and horrifing.
- Outcasts United: A Refugee Team, an American Town by Warren St. John
- First Light by Bodie Thoene, Brock Thoene - I love the Thoene's books. This is a reread.
- Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker by Jennifer Chiaverini - Her newest novel, the first novel not part of the Elm Creek Quilters series.
I'm also linking up with Judy's reading post.
Happy March reading!