The Brightest of Dreams by Susan Anne Mason is the third book in her Canadian Crossings series. I haven’t read the first two, but the back copy of The Brightest of Dreams captured my interest, so I did something usual: I read Book Three… Continue Reading “Book Review | The Brightest of Dreams”
Forever Hidden by Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse is the first book in their latest series The Treasures of Nome. As the series title suggests, the story takes place in Nome, Alaska in the early 1900s, when the search for gold was strong in that area.
I’ve heard great things about Julie Klassen’s books, so when the opportunity came to read her latest release, I looked forward to giving it a try. The Bridge to Belle Island is a historical mystery set in 1819 England. It reminded me a lot of… Continue Reading “Reading Wednesday | The Bridge to Belle Island”
I’ll be honest, historical novel, When Silence Sings, by Sarah Loudin Thomas, wasn’t what I expected. Perhaps I should have read the back copy more clearly. However, once I was into the story, it sucked me right in.
Aiming for Love by Mary Connealy is an historical romance set in the mountains of Colorado. When Josephine Nordegren’s curiosity gets the better of her, she must decide whether or not to invite strangers into her family’s sanctuary.
The Killing Tide, by Dani Pettrey, is the first book in her new Costal Guardians series. Members of CGIS, the Coast Guard’s investigative branch, must solve a series of crimes while also keeping a journalist safe from a drug dealer.