BookBub has a bargain suggestion for us today. In fact they have two.
A Ring And A Prayer (Book 1 Golden Bowl Series) This $0.99 bargain and author is new to me. I’m looking forward to the experience.
Annie Brewster has dedicated her life to helping others, but now she’s going to need a little help of her own.
A beautiful gold bowl sits on a pedestal on the front porch of The Golden Bowl restaurant in Marberry, Maine, where patrons are invited to leave a prayer and take a prayer. Annie Brewster, the owner, has made it her life’s mission to feed people both body and soul.
When her beloved husband Russ died ten years ago, Annie threw herself into making the restaurant a success—to the detriment of everything else in her life: her finances, her home, even her heart. Annie believes in prayer and in miracles too, and she’s going to need plenty of both because her life is about to be turned upside down and inside out . .
Walk with Me: A Christian Faith Clean Romance (Faith and Love Book 1) a $1.32 bargain is a second book and author new to me.
He just wants to help.
She is determined to do it all herself—and not fall in love.
Three years ago, Paige Kelly had to leave college to take care of her five younger siblings after their parents’ death. She has no time for romance and even less interest in her new boss and his curiosity about her life. Getting attached would only mean getting hurt.
Russell Pierce just returned to his hometown to become manager of the country club. He never planned on an office romance, but he can’t stop thinking about his alluring restaurant manager with the weight of the world on her shoulders. He wants to help, but she wants nothing to do with him.
Paige can’t imagine starting a relationship with anyone, and Russell needs to focus on work. Despite their reluctance, their genuine connection and undeniable attraction grow harder to avoid when they collaborate on a new project, leaving them both to re-evaluate what they thought they wanted.
The Amazon suggestion ribbon offered this FREE book that promises to be clean. Sometimes promises are just that, promises only, and clean is relative. At least it’s free and worth a shot. Expecting good things.
Summer with the Marine (Blue Bay Beach Romance Book 1)
He’s a marine figuring out how to be a dad. She’s out of work and moves in with her mom. A surprise reunion brings the old friends together. Will a dare turn them into something more?
Eisley Higgins is laid off and needs a fresh start. Her mother offers her the loft space at her new beach cottage. The last thing she wants to do is move to a retirement community in coastal Florida. She gets a job at a local restaurant and her coworkers insist she follow through with the new-employee ritual to go on a date with her first customer. She’s shocked when it turns out to be her childhood best friend.
Ford Armstrong spent over ten years in the military serving his country. During that time, he married, but the relationship and his hope for a family quickly fizzled. After what felt like a failure, he fully turned his focus to the Marine Corps, but then received two life-changing pieces of news. While figuring out his future, he runs into the girl from his past. Only, the first thing out of her mouth is the last thing he expects to hear.
That’s it for interesting book suggestions.
I’m between books again and decided to pick one with an author new to me.
Cotton Tree Ranch: The Complete Trilogy is no longer a bargain, sadly. I’ll let you know how it goes.
Yesterday I mentioned I was reading a second book based on the story of King Solomon of Biblical fame. It turned out, for me, the first book (I AM My Beloved by Caryl McAdoo) was the better rendering of the story. It flowed beautifully and was most believable. Caryl seemed to have the clearer understanding of customs of the times, very important to a believable story.
on the hot and sultry day.