A fellow blogger reviewed The Audacity of Sara Grayson by Joani Elliott. After reading her thoughts, I immediately wanted to read it. This women’s fiction offers self-growth, a touch of romance, and a bit of a mystery. Grab an iced coffee and see why it’s is the perfect summer read…
Love for Beginners is the seventh novel in the Wildstone series by Jill Shalvis. Each book will work on its own and are set in the coastal town of Wildstone. Emma Harris may feel like she has lost everything when she awakens from a coma, but she’ll soon discover that starting over can be bliss…
Today Sophia Rose has stopped in to share the delightful new RomCom, Hana Khan Carries On by Uzma Jalaluddin. With all the talk of food, this one will make you hungry!
Narrated by Bahni Turpin, The Conductors by Nicole Glover delivered a historical fantasy filled with magic, history, and memorable characters. As the first novel in the Murder and Magic series, you’ll want to grab your earbuds and listen.
Calculated Risks by Seanan McGuire is the tenth novel in the Incryptid urban fantasy featuring the Price family. Giant bugs, brilliant math, and memory loss made for an intense listen.
A story with a library, set in WWII and in Paris? That was all I needed, I didn’t even read the synopsis for The Paris Library by Janet Skeslien Charles. Imagine my surprise when parts of the book take place in Montana! A beautiful story of love, loss and books.
Duchess Day Radley is a thirteen-year-old self-proclaimed outlaw, and I needed to know her story, which is how I came to pick up We Begin at the End by Chris Whitaker. Narrated by George Newbern I laughed, cried, stomped my feet and lost myself in this story of love and loss.