1. Lynette Eason's Hidden Identity series
I love Lynette Eason's novels, so I will happily sit down and begin her Hidden Identity Series. If you haven't read any of her work, please check her out.
2. Heather Day Gilbert's Miranda Warning
I've heard a lot of good things about Heather Day Gilbert. So I decided to check her out. I'm always happy to find a new author.
3. Dawn Crandall's The Hesitant Heiress
If you haven't heard of Dawn Crandall you may live in a remote location or have no internet. (But if you have no internet you won't see this, so I guess it's all moot.) I'm finally able to get a copy of her book and see what all the talk is about.
4. Elizabeth Maddrey's Taste of Romance series
I loved Elizabeth Maddrey's book, Wisdom to Know, so I was all to happy to buy books one and two in her Taste of Romance series.
5. Sandra Orchard's Port Aster Secrets (2 and 3)
Again, did I mention I like new authors? I picked up book 1 of Port Aster Secrets when it was free. Since I HAVE to read all books in a series, I bought books 2 and 3. Yay, me!
6. Zoe McCarthy's Calculated Risk
This will be my first read of Ms. McCarthy. I've gotten to know her through the Virginia Chapter of ACFW and am happy to support a fellow author.
7. Denise Hunter's Married 'til Monday
Denise Hunter is one of my must read authors. Thanks to friends who blessed me with book gift cards, I was able to get her latest novel. Can't wait to read it!
8. Lisa Harris's Dangerous Passage
I've never read Lisa Harris' books before, but she keeps popping up on book groups I belong to. I feel like I'm missing out, so I downloaded her book to my Nook. (haha, that rhymes)
9. Varina Denman's Jaded
I believe Varina Denman's name popped up on the same book group, so back to the Nook shop I went. I'll let you know how it is.
10. C.S. Lewis' The Screwtape Letters
And last, but not least. Mr. C.S. Lewis. I'm in a summer book club featuring his novel for the month of June. It. Is. Awesome. Enough said. :)