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.