A favorite read … I Choose You collection
My favorite thing about this collection was the way the authors and their writing faded into the background and I found myself living the story with the characters. It’s magical. Some of the authors did a better job than others but overall it happened for me in all of their stories.
A 5 star favorite was … I Guess I Do
This was such a fun read, with all it’s twists and turns. It was a deep read too, with the major issues the characters were facing.
I don’t give five stars very often but in my mind this one was highly deserving.
It seems like desperate times deserve desperate measures and that’s what happened to take this couple down a road neither of them could have imagined in their wildest dreams.
They ended up in circumstances they could never have predicted.
One more five star story … The Socialite
I liked everything about this book. Most of all I loved the fresh slant on a well worn topic. It seems WWII stories are very popular with publishers these days, and they should be, but I been reading them for so many years it’s easy for me to be a little tired of the subject. Finding a story focusing on a different aspect of the war had me eager to read one more.
It’s amazing the difference it can make, seeing the same story through yet another persons eyes.
I’m going to lump the next bunch together or this will be a really long post. My apologies if I have any repeats in here. I try to always remove them from my device once they have been mentioned. For some reason there are times when I’m not allowed to remove without deleting. so I wait. And then enough time has gone by that I lose track of what’s been done and what hasn’t. I’m sure you will forgive me if you happen to notice any repeats.
Some of these books were more enjoyable than others, but they were all worth the read.
I’m currently reading and thoroughly enjoying an awesome book that is still a bargain.
Hopeful Cowboy: A Mulbury Boys Novel (Hope Eternal Ranch Romance Book 1)
Nathaniel Mulbury is released early from his six-year term in prison to care for his brother’s four-year-old son. Dealing with grief over his brother’s death and continued guilt for his role in the embezzlement scheme that landed him in jail, Nate has one more problem. He’s never been a father and has no idea how to take care of Connor.
Make that two problems: He’s released, but only to the care of Hope Eternal Ranch, a work-parole ranch run by the beautiful and smart Ginger Talbot. He’s never been a cowboy, and he’s got no room in his life for a woman.
Ginger has dealt with plenty of men like Nate, even if the sparks between them don’t just come from his background. She’s not falling for a handsome face and a nice pair of biceps again. After all, most prisoners have plenty of time to work out.
But there’s something different about Nate that calls to her softer side, if only she’d let him in. If only she knew how to let anyone in… But Ginger is jaded for good reason, and she’s not going to risk losing Hope Eternal Ranch—or her heart—again.
Happy Reading y’all
’til next time
2 thoughts on “Read and enjoyed … end of September”
I love the book cover of “Every Single Thing”.
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It is beautiful isn’t it.
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