Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Anticipated Reads for 2017



We're fully into 2017. It's hard to believe that another year has come and gone. There are a lot of great books I'm looking forward to this year. Here are just a few that are on my TBR list!


Guardian by Terri Reed (I LOVEđź’— this cover!)



















Plain Target by Dana R. Lynn



The Solider and the Single Mom by Lee Tobin McClain



















Moving Target by Lynette Eason























Still Life by Dani Pettrey


What books are you excited about this year?

6 comments:

  1. I'm still catching up on my Christmas stories, reading Lyn Cote's Mistletoe and Sage now with Brenda Minton's LI The Cowboy's Holiday Blessing up next.

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  2. Thank you for the shout out! I love that cover too.
    I have so many books waiting to be read, its stressful. LOL
    I just started The Rancher's Reunion by Tina Radcliffe

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  3. Exciting about Terri and Dana's new books!! I too am looking forward to Dani's second installment for her Chesapeake Valor series (I have it on pre-order), Ruth Logan Herne "Peace in the Valley", third and final in her Double S. Ranch series; and Susan May Warren's " A Matter of Trust" third of her Montana Rescue series. Lots of good reading ahead for me :-)

    I'm diving into Kristi Ann Hunter's "An Uncommon Courtship" her third installment of Hawthorne House recency series as we speak!

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  4. So many wonderful books to read! Love all the ones mentioned.

    My local book club meets tonight. We'll have a new selection to read. Can't wait to see what's chosen. The hostess gets to pick.

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  5. Uncommon courtship by Kristi Ann Hunter, Bittersweet by Shirlee McCoy, Behind the Scenes by Jen Turano, Heart on the line by Karen Witmeyer, Mail Order Sweetheart by Christine Johnson, Book 3 in isle of hope by Julie Lessman, Griffith's story in Hawthorne House by Jen turano and A tailor made husband by Winnie griggs

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  6. Oh, Terri, I read the Rancher's Reunion. It was good.

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