Books by Amy Harmon

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Where the Lost Wander

Western romances used to be a staple of my reading life, but over the past several years, I've kind of drifted away from them. However, when I learned that Amy Harmon, one of my very favorite authors, was coming out with a new novel about a wagon train on the Overland Trail, I knew I had to read it. ...

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Making Faces

I can’t recall why I picked up Making Faces, but I do remember it generating a fair amount of buzz about 5 or 6 years ago, so I suspect I downloaded it out of curiosity. I found Harmon’s book to be something of a mixed bag. As with many self-published books I’ve read, this one would have benef ...

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What the Wind Knows

Time travel romances aren't always my cup of tea – strange as it may seem, Outlander was just okay for me. However, when I learned that Amy Harmon, who happens to be one of my very favorite authors, was coming out with a new novel that happened to feature time travel, I knew I had to read it. A ...

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The Bird and the Sword

I discovered Amy Harmon's writing in the spring of 2014. In fact, A Different Blue was my very first review for AAR. Since then, I've read almost her entire backlist, and have eagerly awaited new releases. I was pleased to see The Bird and the Sword was available in audio format, as Ms. Harmon's ...

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The Song of David

For the past couple of years, I've been gobbling Amy Harmon's books up like candy. Her lush prose, heart-wrenching plots and characters that seem like real people have caused a few of her books to become some of my all time favorites. The Song of David is no exception. Before I begin to review th ...

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A Different Blue

Narrated by Tavia Gilbert There are some books I just know I'm going to love. I read the synopsis, and something clicks in my brain. Such was the case when I stumbled upon Amy Harmon's A Different Blue. Meet Blue Echohawk. Well, that's what's she's been called since she was around the age of t ...