Today’s Topic: Most Anticipated Releases for the Second Half of 2020
Hosted by: That Artsy Reader Girl
Oh sure, let’s just add a few more books to my ever expanding TBR pile. Call me a glutton for punishment. I know I’ll never get to them all, but I’m super excited about these particular titles. I guess I’ll just have to owe an apology to all the other books that just got pushed down my list.
Oh and it did not escape my own notice that the main criteria for my choices is that I love and trust the authors who have written them.
Set the Stars Alight – June 30
Having read all of the author’s previous stories, I know I’m in for another poetical, achingly beautiful tale.
Engagement and Espionage – July 14
If it has Penny Reid’s name on it, I want to own it and then devour it. Especially this new series since it feature fan favorite characters Cletus and Jen.
Love and a Little White Lie – August 4
With a heroine named January, how can I not want to read this? Plus I’m curious to see what the author does with the heroine who has lost her faith, but works at a church.
The London Restoration -August 18
A post WWII reunion story featuring a female codebreaker? And that stunning cover? Yes, please!
A Deception at Thorncrest – September 8
This is book 6 in one of my favorite cozy mystery series. So of course, I have to know…what happens next?!
Reckless – October TDB
Medieval fiction is my favorite sub-genre of historical fiction. And Tamara Leigh writes some of the best. I’m excited about this fourth in a series about the D’Argent men.
Mistletoe and Mr. Right – October 6
I just finished The Tourist Attraction which was absolutely adorable. Now, I’m dying to read more about the quirky town of Moose Springs and see Lana get her own story.
The Love Note – October 20
Thankfully, I know I like this author’s historical romances. But even if I didn’t, I wouldn’t be able to resist that cover!
Gentleman Jim – November 3
Mimi Matthews has quickly risen to the top of my favorite historical romance authors. So, anything she publishes is a must-read. And I kinda like the premise of this male rags to riches story.
A Castaway in Cornwall – December 1
1. I adore Cornwall as a setting. 2. I’ve long loved Klassen’s Austen style stories. So, this is an easy choice for this list.
To Dwell Among Cedars – December 1
I’ve come to rely on Cossette’s exceptionally well researched and written tales which bring lesser known parts of the Bible to life. This looks to be another fascinating read.
Pride and Dad Jokes – TBD
Did I list another Penny Reid book on this list? Why yes, yes I did. It’s a new series AND it re-imagines Pride and Prejudice, Reid style. Sign me up!