BookBub has several bargain suggestions for us. This first one is an author I’ve never met. It appears she lives in my area but I’m not recognizing her name, I must ask around. I’m sure others in our monthly group will have met her somewhere along the line. I’m looking forward to experiencing her book.
Northern Deception (Heroes of the Tundra Book 1)
Reunions can be deadly.
After a savage attack in university, Kira Summers fled to the safety of northern Canada and her work as a polar bear scientist. But when her whistleblower brother dies in a mysterious car crash, she must return home to bury him and pack his belongings. Unaware she’s carrying explosive evidence someone’s willing to kill for, she has no choice but to rely on the one person she never thought she’d see again.
Lukas Tanner, a widowed single father of a special needs toddler, moved to Churchill five years ago. As the proud owner of Guiding Star Enterprises, a wilderness tour company, he and his daughter lead a simple life. But when Kira comes crashing back into his world, he realizes God has other plans. Now, Lukas and Kira must confront a merciless killer as their past and present collide in a deadly race—a race they must win if they have any hope of a future together.
I’ve read two books from this next author. I think she belongs on my favorites list but reading another one would help decide for sure.
Four Little Blessings: Contemporary Christian Romance (The Dalton Brothers Book 1)
Introducing the Dalton Brothers series.
When Wade Dalton moves to a small Florida beach community for peace and quiet and a new job, he encounters the four little kids next door who are anything but quiet.
Because of difficult circumstances, the little noisemakers live with their young aunt, Cassie Rankin, who is their guardian. Wade is drawn to her determination, giving nature, and beauty, but she’s at least a dozen years younger than he is—way too young for him. At least that’s what he keeps telling himself.
Besides, he has issues that would only make life more challenging for Cassie and her charges. He plans to stay out of their lives, but four little blessings refuse to let that happen.
Oops, this is taking longer than I thought.
I was checking out the current read to see if I should share it and kind of got sucked back into the story. When I pulled out to take a breath it took a few seconds before I remembered I was supposed to be writing not reading. I guess that’s a good enough sign that I should share the book. I’ve read and loved the first book of the three. I wasn’t sure I would like the second installment as I suspected it would be predictable. It has turned out to be anything but.
Unveiled Series Boxed Set
Read all three books of the Unveiled Series in one boxed set and follow one girl’s unforgettable journey of self-discovery, faith, and love.
Eyes Unveiled: A broken past. A jeopardized future. And a song of hope holding the answers to both. Not now. Anytime but now. With her junior year of college hanging in the balance, the last thing Emma Matthews needs is a blue-eyed distraction capable of undoing her plans with a single guitar strum. But when the reflection she sees in musician Riley Preston’s eyes borders dangerously close to the one she’s spent the last five years searching for, Emma discovers her walls can’t guard her heart from the hope he awakens.
Light Unshaken: A promise threatened. A love shaken. And a song of grace whispering courage to both. Between an unexpected relocation and mounting danger at her internship, there’s too much at stake to come undone now. Emma’s determined to be strong for those depending on her. But the more she strives to protect them, the more risks escalate until her worst fear collides with all she’s fought to trust.
Hope Unbroken: A dream worth fighting for. A fear worth surrendering. And a song of love leading them through it all. With an ultimatum jeopardizing Riley’s career and a ruthless vendetta sabotaging Emma’s efforts to save the Portland center, the fires they’d spent the last four months facing are far from over. As danger strikes and rifts emerge, the unrelenting war between the past and future tests Emma’s convictions until she has no choice but to put her faith in the one thing she’s always doubted.
Whew, OK, so now I can go back to my book.
I had several posts in mind earlier but I guess I waited too long and now I can’t remember what they were. I’ll do some thinking before tomorrow, maybe they will come back to me. Or not. I guess if they don’t it means they weren’t all that great anyway. Something will show up I’m sure.
It’s snowing again. bigger flakes this time. Not huge but not miniscule like the other day either.