My Spring Reads

by | Apr 22, 2021 | Uncategorized | 4 comments

My stack of books is never ending, and I love it! I’d love to know what you are reading.

Here are the next six books in my pile. Perhaps, you have read them.

The first is Timeless Treasure by MaryLu Tyndall. I love split time novels. This one has a pirate treasure, a history professor, and a pirate. I’m glad I get to start it right away. The White City by Grace Hitchcock is part of the True Colors series about historical stories of American Crime. Wow! She’s a new author to me and a new series.

A good friend recommended L.L. Muir’s The Ghosts of Culloden Moor. So, I’m starting with Volume 1. This is also a time travel collection. I’m excited about reading the classic Under the Lilacs by Louisa May Alcott. I love anything by this author.

I’ve been waiting for this one, The Storm Breaks Forth by Terri Wangard. During the Great War, this couple face challenges and prejudices miles apart. Lady Gwyneth’s Hope by Rachel Skatvold is Book Four in the Ladies of Ardena series. I wish this series didn’t have to end. I love the Medieval setting and the characters with their action-packed challenges.

I’m diving in tonight with the first one…Happy reading. Maybe you will pick up one of these soon.

4 Comments

  1. Lelia “ Lucy” Reynolds

    I read The White City and enjoyed it .

    Reply
  2. Katie Gray

    What a variety you have!!! I am reading Melanie Dickerson and some youth fantasy, Inkdeath and a new Chris Colfer series!

    Reply
    • margueriteg2016

      What is the new Chris Colfer series? I need to read the rest of the first series this summer while I travel.

      Reply

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