Today’s Topic: The Ten Most Recent Additions to My To-Read List
Hosted by: That Artsy Reader Girl
Like I need to add any more books to my massive TBR collection. Still these are titles, that I know will not languish there long. I actually plan to prioritize these as must-reads.
Reluctant Belle – I’m really intrigued by this series of Southern sisters who transform their plantation home into a hotel in the Reconstruction era.
Fearless – Leigh writes my favorite medieval fiction and I always read her books as soon as they are published. This is the second in a new series and I loved the first book. I can’t wait to learn more about some of the secondary characters from book one. (Link and cover not yet available)
The Seamstress -I’ve always been fascinated by France and its’ history, particularly their Revolutionary period. This one promises to “breathe life into a cameo character” from A Tale of Two Cities. Also, early reviews have been amazing.
Love and Other Mistakes – This has already made it on a previous Top Ten list. But I love a good chick-lit story. And if the book is anything like the cover, I’m sure to love it.
Brunch at Bittersweet Café – Though I’m not a foodie in real life, I enjoy reading foodie stories, especially if they involve a cafe, bakery or sweet shop.
Finding Lady Enderly -I love a good historical romantic mystery, don’t you? And you all know, I can’t resist a gorgeous cover. Plus, I’m excited to read a story about an English working class woman and not a duchess, debutante or aristocrat.
Storm Rising – Kendig’s military action/suspense/romance books are always a favorite. And I don’t know how it’s possible, but Kendig’s stories get better and better. This is the first in a new series which expands on a secondary character from a previous series. I can’t wait to devour this one.
The Ebony Cloak (Beneath the Blackberry Moon) – I read every other book in this series, but skipped this one right in the middle. This author continues to stun me with her stories, and I can’t wait to finally read this book about a white soldier who falls for a former black slave in historical Florida.
Within These Lines – Morrill’s YA mystery The Lost Girl of Astor Street was one of my favorite books in 2017. So, I’m really looking forward to this story of a multi-cultural romance and the treatment of the Japanese in American internment camps during WWII.
The Number of Love – Despite the fact that I have yet to finish her last historical series, White’s books will always be on my TBR. Her attention to detail is sure to make this tale of a female code breaker fascinating.
3 Replies to “Top Ten Tuesday- The Ten Most Recent Additions to My TBR List”
The first two sound really good–my kind of stories. Thanks!
Some great recommendations here, and I’m especially curious about The Seamstress. I’ll look for it at the library.
It does look really interesting, doesn’t it? If you pre-order it, it is only $4.99 right now.