Late Winter TBR List!

img_6704I am always happy to start another group of novels, especially when there are so many for me to choose. And the cold, cozy days add an extra incentive to curl up and read.

Currently, I am devouring A Defense of Honor (Haven Manor 1) by Kristi Ann Hunter. England 1816 the author presents a topic rarely spoken about in Regency novels. What happens to the children of society young women who are not allowed to keep their children born out of wedlock? Interesting. I’m on page 57 and very much intrigued.

Uncharted Journey is book six in the Uncharted Series by Keely Brooke Keith. The characters exist in the Land, an isolated place separated from civilization and any contact with the rest of the world.

The Baggage Handler by David Rawlings sounds interesting: When three people take the wrong suitcase from baggage claim, their lives change forever. That’s all I know! I’ll let you know what I think.

Castle on the Rise by Kristy Cambron is a Lost Castle novel. I read the first one, The Lost Castle, and I just know this one will be as captivating. The past and present collide with unanswered questions and quests. Did I mention Ireland?

Jen Geigle Johnson is a new author for me. Scarlet is set in France and England 1793. This is no ordinary woman for she is the notorious Scarlet Pimpernel, known for her bravery and cunning during the French Revolution. I would love to move this to the top. Patience, I say.

Back to Ivy Hill, England, 1821 with The Bride of Ivy Green by Julie Klassen. The author continues with the lives of the women of this quaint village with all their daily challenges in a changing time.

What are you reading? I’d love for you to share your literary finds here.

Happy reading….

2 thoughts on “Late Winter TBR List!

  1. Anne Rightler

    Castle on the Rise is coming up on my TBR pile too. At the moment I’m reading a Maggie Christensen book A Brahminy Sunrise, David Baldacci’s Long Road to Mercy and listening to The Gingerbread Man by Lee Strauss–none of which would be in the Christian fiction genre! Not bad but not what one could classify as having Christian values. 🙂

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  2. Katie Gray

    Ooooh how lovely your stack of books sounds! You make all those stories seem alive! I, sadly, have not been reading, but I do hope to be able to soon! Next on my list is your book #3!

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