I have been doing lots of writing but that does not slow down my reading. And I really have some good books in my to be read stack. Perhaps you will find a new book to fall for love with this spring!
Let’s see where my books will take me in history because all of them appear to be historical. The Governess of Penwythe Hall by Sarah E. Ladd is first. Cornwall, England, 1811 the novel is full of secrets and danger and of course love.
Murder in the City of Liberty by Rachel McMillan writes of two sleuths in 1940 Boston who investigate crimes possibly related to the war in Europe. I always love a mystery!
1822 Pennsylvania. Love’s Awakening by Laura Franz continues the Ballantyne Legacy as Ellie opens a day school for young ladies. It’s more difficult than she imagines as family loyalties clash.
J.R.R. Tolkien wrote The Fall of Arthur. I really don’t know what this is about except King Arthur. I think it has poetry and commentary. It was edited by Christopher Tolkien. I’ll see what I think.
A Worthy Rebel by Jody Hedlund is a Young Adult novel. I’ve read all the others in the series and look forward to continuing the novels set in 1395 England.
I’ve been waiting a while to read Roseanna White’s An Hour Unspent, 1915 England. Once London’s top thief, Barclay turns the corner and now seeks a way to help the war efforts.
Kristi Ann Hunter’s A Return of Devotion is book two in the Haven Manor series. Daphne has led a secluded life as a housekeeper. She has lots to overcome if she is to face the outside world.
I love the time period in A Heart for Freedom by Janet Grunst. 1775 Virginia. The war adds additional tension to Heather’s marriage.
Hope you find a book that you like. Remember you call always read one from my Revolutionary Faith series!
What are you reading this spring?