BookBub has a FREE suggestion for us, one we’ve read and enjoyed but it’s nice to see it again.
An imaginative Beauty and the Beast retelling set against the Alaskan wilderness…
Lauren Dalton’s world shattered the day her father died. It shattered again when she found a box of old keepsakes commemorating a life she’d never even known he lead.
Heartbroken but determined, she accepts a seasonal job in rural Alaska to look after an injured musher’s dogs while searching for the truth about her father’s hidden past. But her cantankerous new boss comes with dangerous secrets of his own.
When a fire ravages part of the property, all will be revealed—and four-thousand miles away from the only home she’s ever known, Lauren will discover just how quickly everything can change.
LPC Free Books has a FREE suggestion we’ve also read and enjoyed in the past. It’s nice to see it again though.
2021 Golden Scroll Award Winner
Who Says Giving Up Dreams Isn’t Success?
Ally Cervantes has all she wants in life—an upcoming wedding, a chance to prove herself with a writing gig, and two great kids. But her life turns for the worse when the unexpected happen and she soon finds herself struggling with a rebellious teen daughter, a shaky job, and a shakier engagement. With her newfound faith acting as a life preserver, Ally discovers if you’re in the deep end of the lake, you’d better learn how to swim. Although fiction, Deep End of the Lake, is written from the authors’ personal compassion for families who have the privilege and responsibility to care for a child with a disability. Having worked with autistic students, Carol has seen first-hand the stress and demands these parents face and wanted to capture in a story those pressures, all while providing the encouragement that a beautiful hope and faith can bring into the struggles.
My current read is one we’ve seen before somewhere but I’m not sure where. Probably a collection with other authors. I do remember the experience but the details are hazy so I’m reading and enjoying it again.
A “Briskin” had dared to trespass on forbidden Maxwell land—and that spells trouble.
Meera Briskin is determined to find out for herself whether the Maxwells are the unmitigated rogues she has been taught to hate. The long-standing feud between the two families that began three generations ago—the result of a chestnut tree blight brought in from the Far East—is still very much alive.
Posing as a participant at a writers’ conference held at the famous Chestnut Lodge, run by none other than Elliot Maxwell, Meera soon is caught in the web of her own deception. Should she admit to being a Briskin and face immediate expulsion? Or should she linger, knowing that with each passing day that her feelings for her enemy grow stronger?
Not a bad day for interesting books.
I have a continuation This and That post almost ready to go, just need to read through it another time or two.