I really cannot believe summer is almost here. We all know where the spring went. although it was very “unspringlike” to me since I am a teacher.
I’m excited about my summer book stack. Four of the authors are new to me. So, let’s get started with a familiar author, Melanie Dickerson, and The Piper’s Pursuit. Of course, a plague of rats and missing children.
I know that Days of Messiah, The Messiah’s Sign by Amber Schamel will be an inspiring Biblical journey with a plot of leprosy, unfaithfulness, schemes, and a son.
Give me a princess and I’m all in. Give me another princess, even better. Foremost by Jody Hedlund is Book 2 in The Lost Princesses. The prequel and Book One were fun reads.
Cities of Refuge Book Three, Until the Mountains Fall by Connilyn Cossette takes the reader to the Old Testament in the time of Joshua and the setting of the conquest. If it is anything like the first two, I will be entrenched in Israel in a little while.
The Sea Before Us by Sarah Sundin takes place in 1944 Normandy. Sundin is a first-time author for me although she has written many novels. Fun!!!
Mary Ellis is also a new author for me. Magnolia Moonlight takes place in Natchez, Mississippi. A mystery in a town I love. Actually, I lived seven miles from Natchez for twelve years. Ah, can’t wait.
A Place at our Table by Amy Clipston is an Amish Homestead Novel. She is a new to me author that I’m sure to enjoy.
And number eight! The Duke’s Dilemma by Elaine Manders. I love Duke tales as well as Princess drama. I’ve never read any of Manders’ duke stories, so here it goes.
Do any of these sound interesting to you? What will you be reading?