Falling in love can be hard when you don't know who you are . . .
“The stories and the characters Amy Harmon writes somehow crawl deep inside me and wreak havoc on my heart. I cried every tear, laughed every laugh, felt every heartache right along with them.” -- Brittany and Bianca Blab Books
“The emotional fierceness of A Different Blue will cut to the core of the reader. Amy Harmon has once again displayed how to eloquently write a story that will move the reader beyond words.” -- Romantic Reading Escapes
“Absolutely brilliant story! Never have I been so captivated and attached to a character until now. Warning – this book will tug and pull the strings of your heart.” -- Read This, Hear That Blog
There is a little beauty and a little beast in all of us . . .
"Making Faces reminds us of morals that are all too often forgotten or lost in modern life. The underlying story of heroism and courage had me rooting for the unconventional hero and inevitably crushed me. Beauty may be skin deep, but this story is deep on such a level that it will stay with you for a long, long time." -- A Love Affair With Books
"Absolutely spellbinding, heartbreaking, emotional and powerful. Mere words don't do justice to the experience I was afforded in Making Faces." -- Totally Booked Blog
"Everyone should read this book. This is the kind of unforgettable story that sinks into your heart and doesn't let go. I can't recommend it highly enough." -- Aestas Book Blog
Sometimes the most important battles are the ones we don't think we can win.
"Amy Harmon is a master storyteller, and The Song of David is--in typical Harmon style--completely unpredictable, atypical, heart-wrenching, inspiring, and passionate." -- Penny Reid, USA Today Bestselling Author
"Amy Harmon doesn't do conventional . . . not at all. In fact, everything about her books scream different, unique, a cut above. And in an oversaturated marketplace, this is a welcome, refreshing change." -- The Hopeless Romantics Book Blog
"This book came as a surprise in so many ways. I was surprised by how immediately I became consumed by it. By how angsty and unexpectedly sexy it was. By how much this story felt very-Amy-Harmon-esque, and yet not . . . it felt different." -- Angie and Jessica's Dreamy Reads