About Melony Teague


Melony Teague is a Freelance Writer, Ghost writer and Columnist.

“I was born in South Africa and stepped onto a plane to bring me to a new life in Toronto, Canada in 1999 and have not looked back. It took me 38 years to figure out what I wanted to be when I grow up. Now I love what I do and do what I love. I uncover stories hiding in plain view, but they are remarkable nonetheless. I believe that everyone has a story to tell…and sometimes truth really is stranger than fiction. These are the things I write about.”  Learn more

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What? What do you mean Romance isn’t for everyone?

Cupid gets a lot of attention today! It’s Valentine’s Day. In a conversation online recently I was shocked to read that some people, (who will remain nameless) prefer less romance in their reading. What? This I just could not understand. I mean, what?

Then I got to thinking, okay so there are different personalities and not everyone is romantic and swoons, but for this gal, I need romance. Not just for the sake of romance, but I am fascinated by the interaction of two people who have a connection and are exploring said connection. So today, since it is Valentine’s day, I thought I would share some of my favorite reads with romance in them for you and I hope that you will find a good Valentine’s read,

right here.

One of them if free! Enjoy!

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Sixty Acres and a Bride by Regina Jennings

Sixty Acres and A Bride. Love this cover, and I was curious about what this book is about, but let me explain: If you know me a little bit, you may know this about me: I NEVER READ THE SYNOPSIS. But having just discovered Regina Jennings, and read For the Record I had to go back and start reading more! I was not disappointment, and this book was full of surprises.

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Thoughtful Thursday with Bethany W.Turner

Today’s Thoughtful Thursday guest is author Bethany Turner. Although posts in the past have been somewhat serious, this one is the most serious of all. I mean there are some big names in this thoughtfulness. (Colin Firth to name a few) Head on over and join the conversation, tell us what you would do?

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For the Record by Regina Jennings

How have I not read a Regina Jennings book before? I can’t tell you how delighted I am to have found her. (Seriously, how had I not read her books before?) I enjoyed this book so much that I am going to immediately tackle her back-list. In her latest, For The Record, you will find a delightful 19th Century read, full of action, mishaps and romance, even thought the hero is reluctantly so. Find out more by reading my

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A Moonbow Night by Laura Franz

After fleeing Virginia, Temperance Tucker and her family established an inn along the Shawnee River. The have established The Moonbow Inn, where travelers can get a full belly and some rest. Enter Sion, the handsome Frontiersman and sparks are about to fly. This is a bittersweet story. A Moonbow Night will draw you in and I explain more about why in my review.

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Thoughtful Thursday with Jennifer Slattery

I recently read Jennifer Slattery’s latest book, Restoring Love and was delighted to have her pop in and share her heart with us today on Thoughtful Thursdays.
The question I am asking myself, and my guests is this:
What has been dominating your thoughts lately?
And Jennifer has given us her thoughts, and they are food for thought indeed. Get out your running shoes girls, well, you’ll see. Chime in.

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Restoring Love by Jennifer Slattery

Jennifer Slattery’s Restoring Love is a breath of fresh air in the Contemporary Christian Fiction Genre. This story really spoke to me. Find out why I say so in my review.

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In the Light of the Garden by Heather Burch

I first found author Heather Burch when I read her YA “Halflings” series and loved it and this series is my daughter’s favourite series. Heather has a wonderful way of bringing in the magical into a story to illustrate principles of faith. In The Light of the Garden is her latest, released earlier this month and once again it is a winner.

Find out why, Read the full Review

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