I’ve been in the mood for historical based fiction lately, and stumbled upon The Book of Lost Friends by Lisa Wingate. This tale shares a dual timeline, weaving back and forth between 1875 Louisiana and 1987 Louisiana.
I was delighted to dive into A Murderous Relation by Deanna Raybourn and looked forwarding to solving a mystery and author willing a romantic interlude with Veronica and Stoker. Brothels, kidnappings and murder await you in this addictive installment.
The Forgotten Home Child by Genevieve Graham is a riveting fictional tale that shines light on the British Home Children who arrived in Canada. Grab a box of tissues, a glass of wine and your readers’ group as Graham delivers an unforgettable tale.
Deathless Divide is the second installment in the Dread Nation duology by Justina Ireland. It’s an alternate history where a zombie apocalypse derails the civil war. A kick-ass heroine and her friends make the most of difficult times in this second installment.
Love Only Me by Amanda Mariel is the first audiobook in the Scandal Meets Love novella series narrated by Aiden Black. A feisty heroine and a scoundrel provided a delightfully fun story filled with banter and twists.
I first learned about Westering Women by Sandra Dallas on the Reading Frenzy, and when opportunity presented itself I grabbed my earbuds and devoured this historical fiction. I laughed, cheered and cried right along with these women on their perilous journey west.
I know it’s not Christmas, but last night it was -12° and the wind was howling so a Victorian romance might be just the thing… and look at that gorgeous cover!!
Big Lies in a Small Town by Diane Chamberlain was a captivating tale that moved the reader between the past and the present, in this addictive mystery. One part mystery, one part historical, with a dab of art and a dose of southern charm.