My Late Winter TBR Books

by | Jan 25, 2023 | Uncategorized | 2 comments

I love January because I get lots of reading time because of the weather or the blues. I tend to stay close to home. Of course, I always have great books to keep me company. Here are the next ones in my pile.

To Treasure an Heiress by Roseanna White is book two in the Secrets of the Isles series, historical fiction. The islands off the coast of Cornwall are fascinating. Faces of Courage is a contemporary novel by Susan Beatty. I’m excited to read a novel by an almost new-to-me author. I’ve read one of her novellas and loved it.




The Bride of Blackfriars Lane by Michelle Griep is sure to be a winner. London 1885 is full of intrigue and seedy places as the characters try to clean it up and help the citizens. I’m returning to a classic, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm by Kate Douglas Wiggin. Fond memories.




I’ve had this book forever and decided to pull it forward: The Barrister and the Letter of Marque by Todd Johnson, London 1818.  The last one for now is by Julie Klassen. The Sisters of Sea View is set in 1819 on the Devonshire coast.

What do you have in your stack of books that you plan on reading soon?


  1. Paula Shreckhise

    Have read Roseanna’s whole series and loved it. The Letter of Marque was a great book.
    On my toppling pile:
    What I Would Tell You – Liz Tolsma
    The Sound of Light – Sarah Sundin
    The Weight of Air- Kimberly Duffy
    The Last Chance Cowboy-Jody Hedlund
    Cold Light of Day- Elizabeth Goddard
    Counterfeit Hope- Crystal Caudill
    Etc. i have Julie Klassen’s book from last year I’ll try to squeeze in.

    • Marguerite

      WOW! Happy Reading!
      Love the word toppling–mine did one time!


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