I’m in that “in between” place. You know the one. I’ve just released a book (you can get your copy of Worth It by going here, ahem), and I’m getting ready to really jump into writing my next two books. In this in between place, I’ve been able to read some books for fun, and I wanted to recommend a few of them to you! Some of these are brand new, some are old favorites I’ve re-read, and there’s one on this list that hasn’t even come out yet. (But you can pre-order it!)
Here’s what I’ve been reading…
A Sudden Spark by Liwen Y Ho
I read this one a few months ago and didn’t remember which one in this series that I’d already read. As soon as I got into it, I recognized it as one I’d already read…. and I just read it again, lol. It’s that sweet and enjoyable! If you’re looking for a shorter, clean, happily ever after read, this one should be at the top of your list. (And now I’m starting on the other books in the series!)
Sons of Blackbird Mountain by Joanne Bischof
Y’all, I don’t do historical romance. I almost always prefer contemporary romance, but every once in a while, I venture out of my comfortable box for something that’s truly great, like these beautiful romances that Joanne Bischof writes! I read The Lady and the Lionheart earlier in the year (read it if you haven’t!) and was excited to read this new one. So, so good! And her heroes are not cliché guys at all, which is so refreshing.
Adrift by Jaycee Weaver
I love everything that Jaycee Weaver writes, and this novella is no exception. Adrift is a Christian romance that focuses on the heroine’s journey through grief and reconciliation as she opens herself up to the possibility of loving someone again. So, so good! It releases on October 1st, but you should probably just go ahead and pre-order it so that you’ll have it waiting on your Kindle for you just as soon as possible!
The Chop Chop Series by L.N. Cronk
This was my second time to read this series, and it was just as good the second time around. My favorite book is the last one, and I would tell you why… but I think that would spoil you on the books. Let’s just say I really, really, really like the hero in that story and that I was super glad that he got his happy ending. Finally, lol.
What? I’m reading my own books now? Yeah, and it’s a bummer because the endings are all spoiled for me (really), but I needed to refresh myself on some of the details about these characters before I started writing this year’s Christmas book. Wait… is that a spoiler in and of itself?! Could be! Maybe you should re-read these two just so you’re ready!
What about you? What have you been reading?