Today’s Topic: Books I Enjoyed, but Have Never Mentioned On My Blog
Hosted by: That Artsy Reader Girl
This week’s prompt is self-explanatory and I really don’t feel like writing an intro. So without further ado…
The Lady’s Mine – It’s been a long time since I read anything by this author, but this one was a lighter read than previous titles with a strong heroine.
The London House – Wow, I wasn’t expecting to be so challenged and moved by this story, but I’m glad I was. Definitely going on my list of favorites for 2022.
Stone – I’m a bit behind on Ronie Kendig’s titles, but I really enjoyed this first book in her new series about sex trafficking that has ties to previously loved series.
Laurel Cove Series – This is such a great under-rated series. The stories are sweet but also have depth, dealing with emotional topics and arcs.
Sweet Right Here – I love all of Jenny B. Jones hilarious romances, so I’m thrilled that she is starting a new series.
Room At the Top – This is the first in a new series about two sets of sisters who have never met but must learn to work together in order to inherit. I really loved the San Francisco setting.
High-Wire Heartbreak – I’ve not read this one yet, but the setting and dual story time line really have me intrigued.
The Paris Dressmaker – This has been on my TBR list since it released last year. And despite my burnout with WWII fiction, I trust Cambron’s writing and am very curious to see what she does with a story about female resistance members.
A Valentine From Charleston – This little novella was a great introduction for me into the writing of Ashley Clark. I will definitely be seeking out more of her books.
4 Replies to “Top Ten Tuesday – Books I Liked But Never Mention”
The Paris Dressmaker has such a pretty cover.
My post: https://lydiaschoch.com/top-ten-tuesday-books-i-enjoyed-but-have-never-mentioned-on-my-blog/
What a great list! I downloaded Ashley Clark’s Novella and then haven’t had time to read it. I loved her first book and have her second sitting here waiting to be read. Ronie Kendig is an author I am hoping to try this year. https://cindysbookcorner.blogspot.com/2022/03/top-ten-tuesday-books-ive-never.html
THE LONDON HOUSE is one I definitely want to read. It sounds excellent!
Wanting to read Katherine Reay’s newest novel still. It looks and sounds so different, but also the same. I know it’ll be an amazing novel as Reay never disappoints. 🙂