In the Stack,  Reading

In the Stack

Every once in a while I go through the stack of stories waiting to be read and I’m amazed at how high it is. Here are some of the novels I’m going to get to…eventually. A number of them have been out a while, but there are only so many hours in the day.

When a Secret Kills (Romantic Suspense) by Lynette Eason – This is the third book in her terrific Deadly Reunions series and finishes the recurring story in the previous two (When the Smoke Clears and When a Heart Stops). I’ve been waiting for it and am in the middle. I’ll let you know my opinion later.

Blowing on Dandelions (Historical) by Miralee Ferrell – I began this novel and had to stop to read others for review, so I need to go back and start it over again. It’s a good story, and I regret having to put it down. I’m not far from finishing and am looking forward to getting back into it.

The Rancher’s Second Chance (Contemporary Romance) by Davalynn Spencer – I just received this Heartsong Presents novel for review, so it will be my next read.

Proof by Jordyn Redwood (Suspense) – I’ve heard this is terrific and very suspenseful. It’s high in the stack for me.

Prophet (Fantasy) by R. J. Larson – Again, I’ve heard this is a wonderful read and one I’m anxious to start.

Widow of Gettysburg (Historical) by Jocelyn Green – It has gotten rave reviews.

Courting Morrow Little (Historical) by Laura Franz – I’ve never read any of Ms. Franz’s novels, but it was the title of this one that caught my attention. 

Making Waves (Historical) by Lorna Seistad – The cover and lightheartedness drew me to the book.

A few more: Book of Days (James L. Rubart), At Every Turn (Anne Mateer), Code Blue (Richard L. Mabry, M. D.), Bees in the Butterfly Garden (Maureen Lang), Sixty Acres and a Bride (Regina Jennings).

I could go on, but won’t. What I want to know is…

What is in your stack? Why did it catch your eye? Any thoughts on the ones I’ve listed?

As an author of heartwarming historical and contemporary romance, Sandra Ardoin engages readers with page-turning stories of love and faith. Rarely out of reach of a book, she's also an armchair sports enthusiast, country music listener, and seldom says no to eating out.

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