Welcome to another Nonna’s Corner. Today I am sharing an adorable holiday book, How to Catch Santa by Jean Reagan and Lee Wildish. Geared for children 4- 8 years of age this delightful holiday read is sure to excite young children. Grab a cup of peppermint mocha coffee or tea and enjoy.
Can I just say I love author Lia Riley and her Brightwater series. Best Worst Mistake is the third book in the series and I quickly became caught up in Wilder Kane and Quinn Higsby’s romance. A touch a heat, a dash of heart and a nip of suspense made Best Worst Mistake a winner.
Dark Heart of Magic is the second novel in Jennifer Estep’s Black Blade trilogy. This young adult fantasy offers spectacular world building and an engaging cast of characters that will have you singing the mantra, “just one more chapter”.
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If I Were You by Lisa Renee Jones is the first book in her Inside Out contemporary romance series. With darker sexual elements and comparisons to Fifty Shades (which I have not read), I was unsure, but so many of my friends loved this series, so I settled in and to my surprise devoured this in only two sittings. It ends with a cliffhanger consider yourself warned.
Tails from the Booth by Lynn Terry offers one hundred and twenty-eight pages that are sure to make you smile. Within the pages of this hardcover collection you will see some of the cutest, furriest, sweetest faces of man’s best friends. All of them taken against a backdrop that will remind you of a vintage photobooth. An absolute must have for dog lovers.
It’s time again to sign-up for the Black Friday Book Bonanza Hop. November 27th to November 30th. Sign-up for the giveaway hop and then join us to hop for prizes all Thanksgiving weekend. Avoid the malls, and visit blogs.
Fall is the perfect time for snuggling up under a blanket with a hot beverage and good book. Today I am sharing five books that are perfect for Fall. Grab your comfy sweats, fluffy socks and favorite blanket. Curl up and enjoy!
Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff is a young adult science fiction thriller that is perfect for fall and will have you holding your breath. Completely riveting I consumed this 600-page tome in less than two days.
I was excited to dive back into the world Sara Raasch has created with her Snow Like Ashes series. Ice Like Fire is the second novel, and I am thankful to report that despite not being as strong as Snow Like Ashes, it did not fall victim to second book syndrome. Told in alternate perspectives of those of Meira and Mather we see what has befallen Winter and begin a quest to save their people and perhaps all the kingdoms of Primoria.