Reviews by Molly Wilson
On 5/26 Molly Wilson wrote: When Susannah goes to Dakota territory as a mail-order bride she finds something she never dreamed she would--true love. With no prospects for marriage and her parents recently deceased, Susannah Underhill agrees to go west to the Dakota territory to marry her minister's homesteading brother, Jesse. ... Spring For Susannah
On 4/19 Molly Wilson wrote: God’s Promises for the American Patriot, by Richard Lee and Jack Countryman, is a reminder that not only was America founded upon, but is infused with, Christian principles. Chapter after chapter presents examples of Christian leadership in the founding of our country, as well as it’s continuance ... God's A Patriot
On 4/13 Molly Wilson wrote: The Final Summit is the second book about David Ponder, our intrepid Traveler first introduced in "The Travelers Gift" in which he travels back in time and learns of the 7 decisions one needs to make in order to find great success. The Final Summit is a self-contained novel in and of itself and it is ... The Final Summit
On 4/4 Molly Wilson wrote: I loved this book! Unsinkable, by Abby Sunderland and Lynn Vincent, is full of aspirations, adventure, action, challenge, vibrant descriptions, hope, adversity, success, growth, and so much more. Sixteen year old, Abby, shares the journey of her attempt to sail solo around the world. She reveals her ... The Unsinkable
On 3/25 Molly Wilson wrote: The devotional is not date specific and covers an array of topics. Each devotional consists of a passage of Scripture and a message from the author. They are quick reads and each cover important aspects of being a father. This devotional provides the encouragement many fathers need daily. The focus of ... Time For Dad
On 3/16 Molly Wilson wrote: Every once in awhile you read one of those books that keeps you captivated for hours and it's hard to even put down. I find that I also clench my teeth through the whole book. I can say that my jaw and teeth felt the effects of Lilly's Wedding Quilt the next day as it took me less than twelve straight ... Lilly's Wedding Quilt
On 2/20 Molly Wilson wrote: The Sacred Journey by Charles Foster was given to me by Booksneeze in return for an honest review for them. I am in no way being compensated for this gesture. This is easily one of the best books I've ever read, and I am honored to be the first person to give it a 5-star rating. I've read all other ... The Sacred Journey
On 1/30 Molly Wilson wrote: Kimberley Kennedy, a successful TV anchor, endured one of women's worst nightmares: being left at the altar. In the book Left at the Altar, Kimberley recounts the events of her wedding rehearsal when she realized her fiancé Lew was not going to marry her and the aftermath of her devastation. However, ... Left at the Altar
On 1/19 Molly Wilson wrote: In Softly and Tenderly a book written by Sara Evans and Rachel Hauck, we find Jade, a happily married woman whose world is unraveling. As she struggles through the pain of miscarriages, the guilt of an abortion, the destruction of her boutique, and the mourning of her mother's impending passing, she ... Softly and Tenderly
On 12/9 Molly Wilson wrote: I was given a free copy of this book for me to read and then write a review for Thomas Nelson Publishing Company. Which is what I am doing now. As the old saying goes, "America's Melting Pot Is Boiling Over." Millions of illegals strain an overburdened system. Crime rates skyrocket. From the Valley ... Illegals
On 9/29 Molly Wilson wrote: I was given a complimentary copy of this book by Thomas Nelson/BookSneeze company to review for them. The book is Love and Respect for a Lifetime by Dr. Emerson Eggerichs, 151 pages hardback book. There are lots of books that tell men they should love their wives, and a few that deal with the issue ... Love and Respect
On 9/17 Molly Wilson wrote: I was sent this DVD by Thomas Nelson to review for them and to post an honest account of what I thought, I am in no way compensated for this review. The Least Among You is a movie based on a true story about how a young black man's life is altered by a wrongful deed. During the 1965 Watts riots, ... The Least Among Us
On 9/8 Molly Wilson wrote: The Boy Who Changed the World by Andy Andrews is a great book for kids. It is the true story of four individuals who impacted each others lives and resulted in a great event that changed the world. It is a story that points out the fact that everything we do no matter how small can have a positive impact ... The Boy Who Changed The World
On 9/8 Molly Wilson wrote: I was given The Butterfly Effect by Andy Andrews to read and write a review for Thomas Nelson publishers. I want to say up front, some people are going to be disappointed by this book, because they are going to measure it by volume, not by content. THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT by Andy Andrews can be read cover ... The Butterfly Effect
On 9/8 Molly Wilson wrote: I was given a complimentary copy of this book by Thomas Nelson Booksneeze to read and write a review for them. T. L. Hines is known for his novels of supernatural suspense. If you are looking for demonic influence, possession and the rescuing from those conditions, this book is for you. You have ... The Falling Away
On 8/19 Molly Wilson wrote: I was given a complimentary copy of Lee (The Generals) by John Perry to review for Yjomas Nelson Publishers. There is surely no surprise that Robert E. Lee spent 4 years at West Point and during this time he did not receive a single demeret and his time was marked with exemplary conduct. General Lee ... General Robert E. Lee
On 7/28 Molly Wilson wrote: I received a free copy of Same Kind Of Different As Me from Thomas Nelson publishers to read and write a review for them. This is a facvtual book but while reading it you get the feeling that it could easily be fiction. It is about two friends and each person takes turns telling their part, Ron tells ... Same Kind Of Different
On 7/3 Molly Wilson wrote: I was given a copy of Lead Like Ike by Geoff Loftus by Thomas Nelson to review for them. Mr. Loftus gives us a look at how Dwight D. Eisenhower would lead the military forces of several nations that woud defeat Hitler and Germany in this book. His intent was for the leaders of today to learn by observing ... Lead Like Ike
On 6/9 Molly Wilson wrote: Love On A Dime by Cara Lynn James is her first novel, I was given a complimentary copy to review by Thomas Nelson Publishers. As the title suggests this is a love story, about Lilly Westbrook that although she is a socialite she writes her novels under the name of Fannie Cole. Since Lilly doesn't want ... Love On A Dime
On 5/21 Molly Wilson wrote: I was given a copy of A Summer Secret by Kathleen Fuller to review for Thomas Nelson Publishing. It is about a thirteen year old Amish girl that would like some privacy from her three brothers that are always pestering her. So she decides to create her own little world inside an old barn, she has a ... An Easy Mystery
On 5/8 Molly Wilson wrote: This book is about a lady whose name is Helen that is now a widow after losing her husband to the Germans. Her faith and everything she believes in is tested when an officer from a German U-boat washes up on the shore near her home. She now realizes that his life depends on her and she can't stop thinking ... Have You Been Digging?
On 4/16 Molly Wilson wrote: "It is truly a story that will keep you hanging in there until you finish it also. The main characters in this book are Lexi Solomon and her daughter Molly. There is even a murderer in this book that you will find yourself sympathizing with. Each person brings their own outlook into this story and each ... Want Something To Grab Onto?
On 4/7 Molly Wilson wrote: Walk Like You Have Somewhere To Go by Lucille O'Neal with Allison Samuels. Lucille O'Neal is the mother of basketball great Shaquille O'Neal and in here she shares her life in a very simple way. The book will grab your attention quickly, and will hold onto it. I enjoyed the style of the writing and ... Walk Like You Have Somewhere To Go
On 4/5 Molly Wilson wrote: The book Hand Of Fate by Lis Wiehl was given to me by Thomas Nelson as a complimentary copy to read and write a review for them. As I have not read any of her work before I was going in not really knowing what to expect of her writing style. The series, A Triple Threat Novel, features three major ... A Real Hand Of Fate
On 3/27 Molly Wilson wrote: An Honest Love by Kathleen Fuller was given to me by Thomas Nelson Booksneeze Group as a complimentary issue to read and post a review. The story starts out with us in Ohio where we have an Amish woman who was engaged to be married in three days finds out the man she had been engaged to for three years ... Good Love Story
On 3/16 Molly Wilson wrote: Why You Say It by Web Garrison, the fascinating stories behind over 600 everyday words and phrases. I received this complimentary copy from Thomas Nelson Booksneeze project to review for them. This book is such a delight to read through that you will be amazed at how much you will find yourself actually ... Why Did I Say That?
On 3/4 Molly Wilson wrote: Lies The Government Told You by Judge Andrew P. Napolitano is 349 pages of extremely interesting facts that we don't know about...but we should. I was given a complimentary copy by Thomas Nielson Booksneeze group to review for them. The forward is written byCongressman Ron Paul and one of his favorite ... Do You Ever Tell A Lie?
On 2/20 Molly Wilson wrote: Buried Alive by Roy Hallums is a 248 page book that will keep your attention glued to it from the moment you start reading. Mr. Hallums is a retired Naval commander that was working as a civilian food contractor in Baghdad where he provided food for our Army. He was taken by terrorists and in the 311 ... Chilling But True
On 2/11 Molly Wilson wrote: A Century Turns by William J. Bennett is my latest book from Booksneeze to review for them. This book asks the question where is America going in the time from 1988 to 2008. Do you know? It puts things in their correct perspective about how the world really is doing politically, as well as on the home ... New Hopes, New Fears
On 1/29 Molly Wilson wrote: I review books for a company called Booksneeze and they have just sent me a complimentary copy of, 'THE KING AND DR. NICK What Really Happened To Elvis and Me.' The book was written by George Nichopoulos, M.D. and Rose Clayton Phillips and is one of those that once you start reading it you don't want ... How Did Elvis Die?