The House on Saltwater Point was my first introduction to author Colleen Coble. A romantic suspense, The House on Saltwater Point threw together two people on a quest for the truth, even if that truth meant being at odds with one another.
I loved The House on Foster Hill, so when I learned that Jaime Jo Wright was coming out with a second book, I jumped at the chance to read it. The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond is a page-turning tale that mixes history, suspense, and romance. Written… Continue Reading “Reading Wednesday | The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond”
City of Lies is one of the best books I have read in awhile. This historical mystery by Victoria Thompson, brings to life the struggles of suffergist women in the early 1900s.
A romance awaits in the highlands of Scotland. China MacLeish and Duncan Sinclair, Laird of Fionnloch, each suffer heartbreak as their unfaithful partners leave them. When China, currently a resident of Chicago, learns of an inheritance left to her by an unknown uncle, she… Continue Reading “Reading Wednesday | Love Inherited”
In Lone Witness by Rachel Dylan, prosecutor Sophie Dawson witnesses a shooting at a local convenience store. The suspect turns out to be the brother of a local gang boss, who is determined to use any means necessary to keep his brother out of… Continue Reading “Reading Wednesday|Lone Witness”
June is wedding month, so what’s more fun than reading books with a wedding theme? Wedding Cake Crumble is the tenth installment of Jenn McKinnlay‘s Cupcake Bakery Mystery series. For fans of the series, it wraps up a storyline that has traveled through all ten… Continue Reading “Reading Wednesday|Wedding Cake Crumble”
I’m always on the look out for a new mystery series to enjoy. A Gray Whale Inn cozy mystery series by Karen MacInerney perked my interest because of its setting. I’ve enjoyed other island or off-the-water mysteries, so I gave the first book in this series… Continue Reading “Reading Wednesday|Murder on the Rocks”
Blind Betrayal is a Christian romantic suspense novel by Nancy Mehl. U.S. Marshals Casey Sloane, Doug Howard, and E.J. Queen must escort witness Valerie Bennett from St. Louis to Washington D.C. However, their path is anything but smooth. Bombs, fake agents, and a their own… Continue Reading “Reading Wednesday|Blind Betrayal”
If a book cover has a lighthouse, a big front porch, and a dog, it’s a book I pick up. A Killer Plot has been on my want-to-read pile for a while and I finally got it from the library. The setting is located on… Continue Reading “Reading Wednesday: A Killer Plot”
I have enjoyed the Sherlock Holmes stories for as long as I remember. I’ve read The Complete Novels and Stories – both volumes – and have watched many of the incarnations of Holmes on screen. In short, I would enjoy visiting a Sherlock Holmes themed bookstore,… Continue Reading “Reading Wednesday: The Cat of the Baskervilles”