I just finished ROOM by Emma Gallagher, which was a riveting story.
I'm currently reading a memoir by a self-published person in my church, NEVER ALONE, by J.D. Towle.
Next on my reading list is THOSE WHO SAVE US, by Jenna Blum, my book club's selection for September.
What I Just Finished: To Catch a Wife by Lee McKenzie. This is a Harlequin Heartwarming that I picked up for free at RWA.
What I'm Reading Now: Rocky Mountain Reunion by Tina Radcliffe. I went to the pool last Sunday and grabbed the first book I saw from my TBA pile. This was supposed to be my purse book, but it's so good that it's now the book in residence.
What I'm Reading Next: The 7th book in the Lexi Carmichael series by Julie Moffat. I cannot remember the name, but I bought the first one at RT, and I've been reading them one after the other. Yeah! I love it when I find a series that draws me in. Number 6 was the best one ever - picture female bond age who bumbles just a little but never with a TSTL reason.
I just finished reading: The Beast's Garden by Kate Forsyth, a WWII novel.
I'm currently reading: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
I'm not watching the movies until I've finished up the books.
Next on my list: Beast by Chawna Shroeder This is a Gilead Publishing novel from their Enclave imprint and it looks fascinating. I read the first couple of chapters and was hooked.
I’m reading Her Deadly Inheritance, by Beth Ann Ziarnik.
I just started the book this week an already its hard to put down. The characters really suck you into the story. I love gritty stories like this suspense.
I’m reading Ice Cold by Tess Gerritson, a Rizzoles and Isles book. It’s my first book by this author in a long time and I really enjoy her riveting style. I love RS books with real characters.
I recently finished The Swans of Fifth Avenue by Melanie Benjamin. This fictional account of historical figures--Babe Paley, Slim Keith, and Truman Capote--brought a slice of 60s New York high society to life. A fun read!
I'm currently reading the Christian living book, Audacious by Beth Moore.