Review: The Secrets of Paper and Ink

If you’re looking for a meaty and emotional Christian women’s fiction, look no further. Michelle at THE MIMOSA BLOSSOM is giving me every reason to pick up Lindsay Harrel’s ‘The Secrets of Paper and Ink.’

This time-slip novel sucks you right in–exactly what a compelling read should do. ENJOY!

WARNING: Ready access to a full tissue box is highly recommended.

Write on!

The Mimosa Blossom

The Secrets of Paper and Ink is a women’s Christian fiction novel by author Lindsay Harrel. I wanted to read this book because I was enticed by the cover as well as the title. This is my introduction to the author and I would read other works by her.

This story touches on domestic abuse and divorce. It’s the story of how one woman found her escape in books and another in a bookstore. It’s the story of Ginny, Sophia, and Emily. My favorite character was Sophia who was a book enthusiast, as I am.

As a time-slip novel I was pulled into the story of Emily Fairfax (1856-1866) and Sophia and Ginny (Present Day). However, I did not like the couple of unsavory scenes. As a whole this novel was clean and I appreciate that the ending brought the readers attention to God instead of fate and karma. I…

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