Welcome to another edition of Nonna’s Corner where I share books I’ve read with my grandchildren, affectionately known as the Royals here at Caffeinated. Today we are sharing, I Wonder written and illustrated by Regina Sparrow. This silly little story encourages your imagination to soar. Grab a cup of coffee and see what we thought.
I’ve been a fan of Tucker since her ten tiny breaths series. I absolutely love the directions her writing has taken. The Simple Wild is a standalone adult contemporary with a cute, “enemies to lovers” romance. It also shares an emotional father-daughter story and its all delivered with a breathtaking view of Alaska. I laughed, swooned and cried as I fell for these characters and landscape.
I love a good enemies to lovers romance and Kate Meader delivered in spades with her newest novel, Down with Love. This is the first novel in her new Laws of Attraction series. What happens when a divorce attorney and wedding planner tango? Grab a cup of coffee and check out my spoiler free dates with Down with Love.
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How to Break an Undead Heart is the third book in the Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy series by Hailey Edwards. I’ve been having a blast reading about Grier, her unique home, friends, and training as a necromancer. A road trip soon leads to trouble, heartbreak, and new beginnings.
I bought the ebook on release day but forced myself to wait for the audio. It kind of killed me, but I love urban fantasy, particular Andrews on audio and let me tell you, IT WAS SO FREAKING WORTH THE WAIT!
A Merciful Truth by Kendra Elliot is the second novel in the Mercy Kilpatrick series featuring an FBI Agent in Bend, Oregon. Family, fires and growth made for an interesting case as we get to know the players and work to solve a mystery that has left police wives widowed.
Do you know a talkative child? You’ll enjoy sharing this with your children, church group or classroom. Come meet little Owen in Quiet Please, Owen McPhee! by Trudy Ludwig.