RomCom at some of its most charming, Krista Phillips's The Engagement Plot weaves the author's trademark humor with a story that is full of heart.
A quick look at a few of my recent reads.
From New York Times bestselling author Julie Cantrell comes her fourth novel, Perennials. A story rich in detail and lilting storytelling, Perennials is a beautiful story about a woman (Lovey), her tenuous relationship with her sister and hometown, and the discoveries she makes regarding pain, love, and family. From the Publisher: Eva—known to all as … Continue reading Julie Cantrell: Perennials
Jen Turano's After a Fashion is a delightful romp into the world of historical-romantic-screwball-comedy.
Lady Jayne Disappears by Joanna Davidson Politano is a wonderful tale of intrigue that offers a number of nods to Dickens and the Brontës.
The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck by Bethany Turner tells the story of a woman whose conversion to Christianity alters her life's direction - and significantly influences her ensuing romance. From the Publisher: Becoming a Christian is the best and worst thing that has ever happened to Sarah Hollenbeck. Best because, well, that's obvious. Worst … Continue reading Bethany Turner: The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck
The House on Foster Hill is a captivating debut novel by Jaime Jo Wright. In her first full-length novel (she's previously published several novellas), Wright captures the heart of Gothic novels, using a time-slip plot to mysteriously tie past events with more contemporary ones. Wright's novel follows two heroines as they circle the mysteries shrouded … Continue reading Jaime Jo Wright: The House on Foster Hill
It's a story of hope - and how making one's way to hope can be a very real struggle.
If we're talking about author appeal, Tagg has always had it for me.
Last night I was wrapping up a novel and I started thinking: This book was NOTHING like the other one I'm in the middle of reading. And yet it is.