So today, I'm sharing four novels from my pile.
I won this book in a Goodreads' Giveaway, so it will be my first read by Marianne Evans. I'm really hoping to get to it this week.
Here's a portion from the blurb: "From This Day Forward
Christian Music agent Kellen Rossiter has everything he ever wanted: A-list clients from coast to coast, a loving wife who honors and respects him, and a faith life that’s never wavered—until now.
Juliet Rossiter has the perfect life: a rewarding schedule serving the underprivileged, a husband who loves her as Christ loved the church, and a blessed future as a mother—at least that's what she thinks.
For Better or Worse
But what happens when their rock-solid marriage begins to crumble under the weight of an unexpected and powerful temptation? How does love survive when its foundation is shaken?"
If you're interested and want to know more, find Ms. Evans at her Website.
I haven't read a book by Ms. Thames' but I'm looking forward to the first Jillian Bradley novel.
Here's a portion of the blurb: "All Jillian Bradley wants is to spend a quiet weekend by the ocean and enjoy her afternoon tea. But a startling discovery draws Jillian and her garden club friends into solving a mystery that threatens her life and changes her future.
The unlikely team helps the chief uncover a series of mysterious events that lead to solving several murders, both past and present."
You can find Ms. Thames' at her Website to find out more about her novels.
I've had the pleasure of meeting Ms. Lough so I'm really looking forward to this book. If only my times cooperates and I make it to every book on my list. :)
Here's a snippet of her blurb: "Nell Holstrom wanted no part of her grandfather's barren gold mine that had taken the lives of her mother, father, and younger brother; even if there may still be hidden wealth inside. Instead, she went to Denver and took a job as housekeeper at the old Stone Hill Inn. Asa Stone was barely more than a boy when his father dragged him and his brothers to fight with Colonel John Chivington. But Asa refused to participate in the raid on the peaceful Cheyenne and Arapahoe; and when the smoke cleared, his father and brother lay among the slaughtered."
You can find Ms. Lough and learn more about her novels at her Website.
I downloaded this book this weekend due to Ms. Lowe's weekend flash sale. It's book two in the Coming Home Again series and has an interesting back cover blurb.
Here's a little bit from the blurb: "Are you ready for an adventure? Well, to be honest, Julia Thorton wasn’t ready either! When she finds herself kidnapped, Julia holds on for dear life as an unexpected journey turns her life upside down on a long, winding road of craziness. Julia and her partner in crime, Greyson Stone, set out into the unknown and discover more than either was prepared for…"
You can find Ms. Lowe at her Website and discover the other books in the series.