It looks like this is the day for another Historical novel, 1531 Entertainment is behind this suggestion.
Tossed on the stormy waters of Lake Superior, can three best friends risk everything to bring the safety of a lighthouse?
Guide in the Storm
April is a journalist, working tirelessly the night of November 28, 1905. She captures photographs of ships going down in the gale. A lighthouse could’ve saved them. When she shares her story and a lobbyist comes to team up with her, can the pair work together, or will his connection to the men trying to stop them keep them apart?
Safety on the Rock
Danielle travels to Washington D.C. to watch the lighthouse hearings. Her lifelong friend and confident, Oliver, sits by her side as the legislature determines what is more important, men or money. She takes a risk to keep a representative safe, but can Oliver keep her from the danger of people who’d like the world to forget the stormy waters of Lake Superior?
Light in the Darkness
Candice has watched her friends help the process of bringing a lighthouse to Split Rock, but what can she do? Her father is a ship’s captain and she’s far too close to the problem. He introduces her to Acke, a young captain who is the answer to the problems at the build site. But will he survive the dangerous conditions to bring the needed supplies when fall storms hit the Great Lakes?
Will anyone see a light over Lake Superior from Split Rock? Follow these three friends in their quest to bring a lighthouse to the largest of the Great Lakes.
Then there is another one of their suggestions that looks like it could be interesting. Checking out my stash on Amazon I see I’ve downloaded and read one from this author before but it’s been seven years, too long to remember much about it. This will be a new introduction.
When a jilted romance novelist escapes to a small beach town, the last thing she expected to find was the start of an even better love story. In the wake of a broken engagement and the death of her last surviving family member, wholesome romance novelist Maya Reynolds moves to the haven of Coral Cove, North Carolina, to take over her great-aunt’s toy store.
Some of her grief is immediately eased by the local veterinarian’s daughter, eight-year-old Ashlyn Tanner, who talks her into adopting a kitten. Ashlyn’s dad, local veterinarian Brody Tanner, is quickly smitten by the newest resident of his hometown. As a single parent, he sacrifices a lot in order to give Ashlyn the world, so a romantic entanglement with Maya is not a distraction he is looking for.
As the three develop a deepening bond in the seaside town where Maya experienced some of her happiest childhood memories, clouds cast a shadow over Maya’s hope for the future. But together, they just might discover that sometimes happy endings happen outside the pages of Maya’s novels, too.
“The View from Coral Cove is Amy Clipston at her best—a tender story of hope, healing, and a love that’s meant to be.” —Suzanne Woods Fisher, bestselling author of On a Summer Tide A wholesome stand-alone contemporary romance More contemporary romance to love by Amy Clipston:?The Heart of Splendid Lake
That’s it for now, for new books anyway, but I did just start a new read I’m excited about. The unique beginning has me hooked. It’s still a bargain too which makes it even better.
It’s rough to stumble across a dead body while you are running for your life.
Happy Reading y’all