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message 1: by Beth, Head Librarian (new)

Beth | 2214 comments Mod
Share your current reads and reading plans here! :)


message 2: by Caitlyn (new)

Caitlyn Santi | 97 comments As of now my plan looks like this: Sunken Treasure (Stepping Stones Island #3) by Katy Lee Sweetbriar Cottage by Denise Hunter Heart on the Line (Ladies of Harper’s Station, #2) by Karen Witemeyer The Road to Paradise (Shadows of the Wilderness #1) by Karen Barnett Just Look Up by Courtney Walsh Buying Love (The Maple Run #1) by Toni Shiloh Crossing Boarders by Debra Sue Brice Guardian (Classified K-9 Unit #1) by Terri Reed and hopefully some others but not sure which ones yet! :)


message 3: by Cheryl, Challenges Mastermind (last edited May 31, 2017 02:05PM) (new)

Cheryl Olson (girlsmama) | 895 comments Mod
Hmmm :) well here's what it's looking like-

Firstborn (Descendants of the House of Bathory #2) by Tosca Lee These Boots Weren't Made for Walking by Melody Carlson True to You (Bradford Sisters Romance #1) by Becky Wade Sweetbriar Cottage by Denise Hunter The Secret to Hummingbird Cake by Celeste Fletcher McHale If I Run (If I Run, #1) by Terri Blackstock Life After by Katie Ganshert


message 4: by Elizabeth (new)

Elizabeth (lizr8900) | 230 comments Here's what I'm hoping to get to this month:
Lady At Arms (Lady, #1) by Tamara Leigh Lady of Eve (Lady #2) by Tamara Leigh The Kindling (Age of Faith, #4) by Tamara Leigh The Longing (Age Of Faith, #5) by Tamara Leigh Where Courage Calls (Return to the Canadian West #1) by Janette Oke Stranded (Alaskan Courage, #3) by Dani Pettrey Silenced (Alaskan Courage, #4) by Dani Pettrey Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Harry Potter, #5) by J.K. Rowling Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Harry Potter, #6) by J.K. Rowling Long Time Gone (The Cimarron Legacy, #2) by Mary Connealy No Other Will Do (Ladies of Harper’s Station, #1) by Karen Witemeyer Princess Ever After (Royal Wedding, #2) by Rachel Hauck The Tutor's Daughter by Julie Klassen Where There's Smoke (Montana Fire, #1) by Susan May Warren A Love Transformed (Sapphire Brides #3) by Tracie Peterson Torrent (River of Time, #3) by Lisa Tawn Bergren An Uncommon Courtship (Hawthorne House, #3) by Kristi Ann Hunter High As the Heavens by Kate Breslin Egypt's Sister (The Silent Years #1) by Angela Elwell Hunt Wings of the Wind (Out from Egypt #3) by Connilyn Cossette
I've learned from experience if I give myself a larger pool to choose from I'm much more likely to stick to the plan. So if I read half of these I'll call the month a success.


message 5: by Caroline (last edited May 31, 2017 08:25PM) (new)

Caroline | 387 comments Since there is just one month to complete "What's in a name" challenge, cramming these 3 this month:
The Message in a Bottle Romance Collection Hope Reaches Across the Centuries Through One Single Bottle, Inspiring Five Romances by Joanne Bischof A Love So True (Teaville Moral Society #2) by Melissa Jagears Mix 'N Match (No Match for Love, #3) by Lindzee Armstrong
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Once Upon a Summertime A New York City Romance by Melody Carlson Life After by Katie Ganshert The Things We Knew by Catherine West


message 6: by Staci, Book Awards Specialist (new)

Staci | 1645 comments Mod
I hope to read a few INSPY Shortlist nominees this month. My plans for this month also include:

Then There Was You by Kara Isaac With You Always (Orphan Train, #1) by Jody Hedlund Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate


message 7: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 1888 comments Mod
Cheryl, I'll also be reading The Secret to Hummingbird Cake by Celeste Fletcher McHale at some point. Do you want to buddy read it?


message 8: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 1888 comments Mod
I'm starting with these two this month: True North by Susan Diane Johnson Unending Devotion (Michigan Brides, #1) by Jody Hedlund


message 9: by Hannah (last edited Jun 01, 2017 07:31AM) (new)

Hannah (bookwormhannah) | 943 comments I'm going to try for at least a majority of these:
True to You (Bradford Sisters Romance #1) by Becky Wade An Uncertain Choice (An Uncertain Choice, #1) by Jody Hedlund Unending Devotion (Michigan Brides, #1) by Jody Hedlund A Daring Sacrifice (An Uncertain Choice, #2) by Jody Hedlund Captured by Love (Michigan Brides, #3) by Jody Hedlund Newton and Polly A Novel of Amazing Grace by Jody Hedlund With You Always (Orphan Train, #1) by Jody Hedlund Forever Safe (Beacons of Hope, #4) by Jody Hedlund Beyond Justice (Hidden Justice #1) by Cara Putman A Love So True (Teaville Moral Society #2) by Melissa Jagears Freedom's Price (Keys of Promise #3) by Christine Johnson Guide Me Home by Kim Vogel Sawyer Heart on the Line (Ladies of Harper’s Station, #2) by Karen Witemeyer Jane of Austin A Novel of Sweet Tea and Sensibility by Hillary Manton Lodge Messenger By Moonlight by Stephanie Grace Whitson


message 10: by Beth, Head Librarian (last edited Jun 01, 2017 07:02AM) (new)

Beth | 2214 comments Mod
I have a lot of YA books to read for class (not sure if I'm excited about that or not, but it should be interesting), so I have no idea what reading for fun will look like, but here's what I'm hoping:

Finish: A Love So True (Teaville Moral Society #2) by Melissa Jagears Treasures of the North (Yukon Quest, #1) by Tracie Peterson

Read: Then There Was You by Kara Isaac The One True Love of Alice-Ann by Eva Marie Everson On Love's Gentle Shore (Prince Edward Island Dreams #3) by Liz Johnson The Mark of the King by Jocelyn Green

I will also need to finish the Name Challenge, so I will probably use one of these:
The Most Beautiful Woman in Florence A Story of Botticelli by Alyssa Palombo (not CF) or Jane of Austin A Novel of Sweet Tea and Sensibility by Hillary Manton Lodge , if it arrives sooner rather than later.


message 11: by Cheryl, Challenges Mastermind (new)

Cheryl Olson (girlsmama) | 895 comments Mod
Andrea wrote: "Cheryl, I'll also be reading The Secret to Hummingbird Cake by Celeste Fletcher McHale at some point. Do you want to buddy read it?"

I'm currently listening to it right now- it's pretty edgy to be honest- it's not feeling like a Christian fiction book, it's very real, with the relationships, that's for sure, but just wanted to give you that heads up. I'm about halfway through and going to finish it, because it was nominated for an INSPY, but we'll see how it ends :) But sure, if you'd like to do a buddy read, I'd love to.


message 12: by Cheryl, Challenges Mastermind (new)

Cheryl Olson (girlsmama) | 895 comments Mod
Caroline wrote: "Since there is just one month to complete "What's in a name" challenge, cramming these 3 this month:
[bookcover:The Message in a Bottle Romance Collection: Hope Reaches Across the Centuries Through..."


I'm right there with you Caroline- I'm very behind on this challenge! I might have to use some of my "children's books" to complete this one :)


message 13: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 1888 comments Mod
Cheryl, thank you for the heads-up on Hummingbird Cake. I hadn't heard much about it yet. I can't get to it right away, so I think I better not do a buddy read on it. I didn't know if you were getting to it right away or later in the month. We'll have to do another one soon, though. :)


message 14: by Cheryl, Challenges Mastermind (new)

Cheryl Olson (girlsmama) | 895 comments Mod
Andrea wrote: "Cheryl, thank you for the heads-up on Hummingbird Cake. I hadn't heard much about it yet. I can't get to it right away, so I think I better not do a buddy read on it. I didn't know if you were gett..."

Sounds good!! I am listening to it on audiobook. :) while I do my spring cleaning :)


message 15: by AlegnaB † (new)

AlegnaB † (alegnab) | 1014 comments Caroline wrote: "Since there is just one month to complete "What's in a name" challenge..."

Thanks for the reminder. I had forgotten about it. Fortunately, I have only one book to go, and I already have it from the library. I'll start it within the next few days.


message 16: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 1888 comments Mod
Cheryl, I wish I had time and energy for spring cleaning. Goodness knows my house could use it.


message 17: by Natalie (new)

Natalie (creativecountry0407gmailcom) | 258 comments WillI will try to progress on The Forgotten Recipe (Amish Heirloom, #1) by Amy Clipston and Ties that Bind (The Amish of Summer Grove #1) by Cindy Woodsmall . I will also be listening to All Creatures Great and Small by James Herriot and Blackberry Pie Murder (Hannah Swensen, #17) by Joanne Fluke .


message 18: by Loraine, CFD Momma (new)

Loraine (librarydiva) | 3076 comments Mod
I'm currently reading: The Things We Knew by Catherine West

I hope to read: Oh Worship the King by Barbara Henderson Cat in an Alien X-Ray (Midnight Louie #25) by Carole Nelson Douglas The First Lady of Three Rivers Ranch (Three Rivers Ranch Romance #8) by Liz Isaacson Because of Miss Bridgerton (Rokesbys, #1) by Julia Quinn The Appleton Case (Markham Sisters #1) by Diana Xarissa Livin' in High Cotton by Jennifer Youngblood Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe My Lucky Life in and Out of Show Business by Dick Van Dyke The Quaker and the Rebel (Civil War Heroines, #1) by Mary Ellis The Lady and the Officer (Civil War Heroines #2) by Mary Ellis Sutter's Cross by W. Dale Cramer The Queen of Sleepy Eye by Patti Hill Coming Attractions (Katie Weldon, #3) by Robin Jones Gunn Sarah's Patchwork (Keepsake Legacies, #1) by Stephanie Grace Whitson Karyn's Memory Box (Keepsake Legacies, #2) by Stephanie Grace Whitson Karyn's Memory Box (Keepsake Legacies, #2) by Stephanie Grace Whitson


message 19: by Anne (new)

Anne | 29 comments Currently reading: So Wild the Heart by Geoffrey Trease

Up next: The Vexing (Age Of Faith #6) by Tamara Leigh

Books I've been thinking of reading lately: Kilmeny of the Orchard by L.M. Montgomery True to You (Bradford Sisters Romance #1) by Becky Wade The Lost Heiress (Ladies of the Manor, #1) by Roseanna M. White Surrender the Heart (Surrender to Destiny, #1) by MaryLu Tyndall Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson Little Women (Little Women, #1) by Louisa May Alcott The Buccaneers by Edith Wharton The Painter's Daughter by Julie Klassen . Let's see what I actually manage to read!


message 20: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (last edited Jun 01, 2017 06:55PM) (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 1888 comments Mod
I decided to go ahead and start this one too: London In The Dark (Light of London #1) by Victoria Lynn

So I am currently reading:
London In The Dark (Light of London #1) by Victoria Lynn True North by Susan Diane Johnson Unending Devotion (Michigan Brides, #1) by Jody Hedlund


message 21: by Rebecca (new)

Rebecca Carter | 28 comments I am currently reading: Sabotaged (Alaskan Courage, #5) by Dani Pettrey

Books I hope to read this month: There You'll Find Me by Jenny B. Jones The Forgotten Recipe (Amish Heirloom, #1) by Amy Clipston When the Smoke Clears (Deadly Reunions, #1) by Lynette Eason A Beauty Refined (Sapphire Brides, #2) by Tracie Peterson Written in Love (Amish Letters, #1) by Kathleen Fuller A Stolen Heart (Cimarron Creek Trilogy #1) by Amanda Cabot A Secret Courage (The London Chronicles #1) by Tricia Goyer The Noble Servant (A Medieval Fairy Tale, #3) by Melanie Dickerson


message 22: by Angie H (last edited Jun 02, 2017 08:01AM) (new)

Angie H | 40 comments I've got some non CF books on the go, but other than those here is what I plan on reading. I only get around to 3-4 books/month so we will see what happens.

I've already finished: Take Four (Above the Line, #4) by Karen Kingsbury
Currently reading:
Forensic Faith A Cold-Case Detective Helps You Rethink and Share Your Christian Beliefs by J. Warner Wallace AfterLife What You Need to Know About Heaven, the Hereafter & Near-Death Experiences by Hank Hanegraaff

Want to read:
True to You (Bradford Sisters Romance #1) by Becky Wade An Elegant Façade (Hawthorne House, #2) by Kristi Ann Hunter Like a Flower in Bloom by Siri Mitchell The Brontë Plot by Katherine Reay

and a couple classics:
David Copperfield by Charles Dickens The Princess Bride  by William Goldman

if time:
Love Unexpected (Beacons of Hope, #1) by Jody Hedlund


Hunter (Totally NOT a communist ☭) (codenameagentmcmuffin) If I can find the motivation ((I have too much time so that's not an issue)), I plan to keep working on The Hammer of Thor

After that I'm not sure. My books are being packed away because we're moving!!


message 24: by Betsy (last edited Jun 02, 2017 07:56AM) (new)

Betsy Ann | 23 comments Because I will be travelling almost the whole month, I will be tackling the growing list of books on my Kindle! The plan is:
The Beautiful Pretender (A Medieval Fairy Tale, #2) by Melanie Dickerson A Viscount's Proposal (The Regency Spies of London, #2) by Melanie Dickerson The Mark of the King by Jocelyn Green and The Heiress of Winterwood (Whispers on the Moors, #1) by Sarah E. Ladd . If I finish those, I have plenty of others to start ;)


message 25: by Betsy (new)

Betsy Ann | 23 comments Andrea wrote: "I decided to go ahead and start this one too: London In The Dark (Light of London #1) by Victoria Lynn

So I am currently reading:
London In The Dark (Light of London #1) by Victoria LynnTrue North by Susan Diane Johnson[bookcover:Un..."


Oooh, you'll have to let us know what you think about London in the Dark! I love a good cozy mystery/detective novel (especially one set in the UK), and have never heard of this author before.


message 26: by Hannah (new)

Hannah (bookwormhannah) | 943 comments Betsy wrote: "Andrea wrote: "I decided to go ahead and start this one too: London In The Dark (Light of London #1) by Victoria Lynn

So I am currently reading:
London In The Dark (Light of London #1) by Victoria Lynn[bookcover:True North|2060034..."


Betsy, I read it a couple months ago and really enjoyed it. It's her debut novel and is geared toward YA, but that didn't keep me from enjoying the mystery. It's got a solid Christian message. I too am looking forward to Andrea's review!


message 27: by Hannah (new)

Hannah (bookwormhannah) | 943 comments I bought High As the Heavens by Kate Breslin at about 5:30 pm yesterday and finished reading it at 1:30 am this morning. Go grab your copy!! It officially comes out on Tuesday, but Barnes and Noble already had it in stock...so good! 😋


message 28: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 1888 comments Mod
Goodness, Hannah! That one must be really great if you guzzled it that fast. :)

Betsy, the opening prologue of London in the Dark grabbed my attention immediately. Here's the note I wrote about it: "Impactful opening scenes captured my interest immediately, transporting me to a long-ago era." I'll make a note to include the link to my review in this thread once I finish. Thanks for asking! This is the first book I'll be reading by Victoria Lynn, and I'm pretty excited to see how it unfolds.


message 29: by Beth (new)

Beth  (canadianbeth) | 112 comments Some of these were on my list last month but the library has not seen fit to actually get them in yet, beyond having them on order.
Beneath Copper Falls (Rock Harbor #6) by Colleen Coble Deep Extraction (FBI Task Force #2) by DiAnn Mills Disillusioned by Christy Barritt Fatal Mistake (White Knights #1) by Susan Sleeman Justice Delayed (Memphis Cold Case #1) by Patricia Bradley Threads of Suspicion (Evie Blackwell Cold Case #2) by Dee Henderson Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate Pursued (Nikki Boyd Files #3) by Lisa Harris

Until the library gets any of these I will be reading from my e-reader.

Beth - ;)
in Calgary


message 30: by Shash (new)

Shash | 271 comments Well, my months never seem to go like I think, but for now the idea is...

Finished: Sweet Illusions (Indigo Bay Sweet Romance Series, #4) by Jeanette Lewis Currently Reading: Illegal Procedure (Fair Catch Series, Book One) by Christine Kersey

Next:
The Summoned Mage (Convergence, #1) by Melissa McShane OH DANNY BOY by Josie Riviera Jenny (Beach Brides Series #5) by Melissa McClone Rose (Beach Brides Series #9) by Shanna Hatfield Finding Sheba (An Omar Zagouri Thriller #1) by H.B. Moore Falling for June by Heather B. Moore A Daring Sacrifice (An Uncertain Choice, #2) by Jody Hedlund Outshine (House of Oak Book 5) by Nichole Van Love, Special Delivery by Melinda Curtis Hearts On Fire Park City Firefighter Romance by Christine Kersey The Wandering Mage (Convergence, #2) by Melissa McShane Cress (The Lunar Chronicles, #3) by Marissa Meyer JFK to Dublin (Shower & Shelter Artist Collective #1) by Brooke St. James


message 31: by Joy (new)

Joy (audioaddict1234) | 114 comments I've been reading whatever strikes my fancy lately but I plan to read Rise of the Rocket Girls The Women Who Propelled Us, from Missiles to the Moon to Mars by Nathalia Holt , finish A Proper Pursuit by Lynn Austin , and I do have Newton and Polly A Novel of Amazing Grace by Jody Hedlund from the library, if I can get to it before I have to return it. And my pastor recommended several books recently, many about how the church responds to social issues, and I would like to choose one of those to read as well.


message 32: by Courtney (new)

Courtney (chancock93) | 149 comments So far:

For myself-
Crescent Tides by J. Aaron Gruben by J. Aaron Gruben.
I recommend this novel to everyone, everywhere.

For my children, we read every night-
OLIVIA Goes to the Library by Lauren Forte by Lauren Forte
Are Pirates Polite? by Corinne Demas by Corinne Demas
Clifford the Big Red Dog by Norman Bridwell , Clifford at the Circus by Norman Bridwell , Clifford Gets a Job by Norman Bridwell , Clifford Takes A Trip by Norman Bridwell , Clifford's Good Deeds by Norman Bridwell , Clifford's Tricks (Clifford) by Norman Bridwell by Norman Bridwell


message 33: by Betsy (new)

Betsy Ann | 23 comments Andrea wrote: "Goodness, Hannah! That one must be really great if you guzzled it that fast. :)

Betsy, the opening prologue of London in the Dark grabbed my attention immediately. Here's the note I wrote about it..."


Hannah wrote: "Betsy wrote: "Andrea wrote: "I decided to go ahead and start this one too: London In The Dark (Light of London #1) by Victoria Lynn

So I am currently reading:
London In The Dark (Light of London #1) by Victoria Lynn[bookcover:True..."


That makes me excited to read it, then (some of my favorite books have been YA)! I also look forward to your review, Andrea :)


message 34: by Beth, Head Librarian (last edited Jun 04, 2017 04:46PM) (new)

Beth | 2214 comments Mod
Betsy wrote: "Because I will be travelling almost the whole month, I will be tackling the growing list of books on my Kindle! The plan is:
The Beautiful Pretender (A Medieval Fairy Tale, #2) by Melanie Dickerson[bookcover:A Viscount's Prop..."



Looking forward to seeing what you think about The Viscount's Proposal!


message 35: by Beth, Head Librarian (last edited Jun 04, 2017 04:47PM) (new)

Beth | 2214 comments Mod
Joy wrote: "I've been reading whatever strikes my fancy lately but I plan to read Rise of the Rocket Girls The Women Who Propelled Us, from Missiles to the Moon to Mars by Nathalia Holt, finish [bookcover..."

It's been a while since I read A Proper Pursuit, but I remember really liking it! :)


message 36: by Courtney (new)

Courtney (chancock93) | 149 comments I just finished my May's Gem and I must say that it truly was a Gem!
A Spy's Devotion (The Regency Spies of London, #1) by Melanie Dickerson by Melanie Dickerson.

Up next for me:
Mixed Signals by Liz Curtis Higgs and Three Weddings and a Giggle by Liz Curtis Higgs by Liz Curtis Higgs.
I must say that I have met this author, plus warrior for Christ in person before at a women's conference and she was truly wonderful and a force to be reckoned with. I truly look forward to reading her novels.

I will also be planning on reading The Blood Moons Wrath of Elijah by Kachi Ugo by Kachi Ugo.


message 37: by Jolyn (last edited Jun 05, 2017 06:25PM) (new)

Jolyn | 24 comments I never know what I am going to read in a month because I don't know what books (free or great deals) are going to show up in all the various digital book lists that I subscribe to. I have hundreds on my to-read list as well.

So far I have finished one Christian Fiction book this month Hand-Me-Down Princess (The Brides of Bellas Montagnes #1) by Carol Moncado and purchased the other six books in the series because I liked "Hand-Me-Down Princess" so much. The author Carol Moncado is a new author to me but I am glad I stumbled upon her. I like the princess/royalty storyline and the strong faith component included in the stories. The stories remind me of the "Reclaiming the Crown" series Princess in Peril (Reclaiming The Crown, #1) by Rachelle McCalla by Rachelle McCalla that I enjoyed under the Love Inspired Suspense line (Harlequin) several years ago.

I am reading Project Mnemosyne (When No One Was Looking Book 1) by Kim Frauli and Leaving Lancaster (Legacy of Lancaster, #1) by Kate Lloyd . Not far enough into either one to say how much I like the stories yet. I expect to get the June buddy-read Newton and Polly A Novel of Amazing Grace by Jody Hedlund from the library in the next couple days and will be reading that as well.


message 38: by Jolyn (new)

Jolyn | 24 comments Question: Is it okay to mention books that I am reading that are not Christian on this thread as long as they are clean (no sex or bad language) or should I only include Christian books? I read a lot of clean fantasy books and also some clean romance books that are not Christian although it is pretty hard to find truly clean romances that are not Christian.


message 39: by Chantel (new)

Chantel (channylee07) | 357 comments Here's my reading list for June. ♥

Just finished earlier this month:
Wildflowers from Winter by Katie Ganshert

Currently Reading;
Pursued (Nikki Boyd Files #3) by Lisa Harris

Up Next:
Prom and Prejudice by Elizabeth Eulberg The Things We Knew by Catherine West Love Unexpected (Beacons of Hope, #1) by Jody Hedlund Life After by Katie Ganshert


message 40: by AlegnaB † (new)

AlegnaB † (alegnab) | 1014 comments Jolyn wrote: "Question: Is it okay to mention books that I am reading that are not Christian on this thread as long as they are clean (no sex or bad language)..."

Yes.


message 41: by Joy (new)

Joy (audioaddict1234) | 114 comments Courtney, I have heard Liz Curtis Higgs speak and she was fabulous. I don't know if I've read anything by her. I'll have to make a point to look for her books next time I'm in a reading slump.


message 42: by Beth, Head Librarian (new)

Beth | 2214 comments Mod
Jolyn wrote: "Question: Is it okay to mention books that I am reading that are not Christian on this thread as long as they are clean (no sex or bad language) or should I only include Christian books? I read a l..."

Jolyn, yes, it's definitely okay. We're not about policing what people read here. If you do think there is something that might push someone's button, feel free to post a disclaimer. Honestly, I usually just say "not CF" because I feel like that pretty much covers it. I rarely read even mainstream fiction that I would feel utterly uncomfortable posting here, so for me, that covers it. However, some members go further and say, these are the specific reasons I don't recommend this book, etc. Either way is fine. :) Hopefully that makes sense!


message 43: by Beth, Head Librarian (new)

Beth | 2214 comments Mod
Joy wrote: "Courtney, I have heard Liz Curtis Higgs speak and she was fabulous. I don't know if I've read anything by her. I'll have to make a point to look for her books next time I'm in a reading slump."

Oh, I would LOVE to hear her speak. I've only seen videos, etc., and I always enjoy her blog posts. Her Lowlands of Scotland series was one of the first CF series that I ever read, so I definitely have a soft spot in my heart for those!


message 44: by Karen (new)

Karen | 10 comments I got an advanced copy of With You Always (Orphan Train, #1) by Jody Hedlund which releases today! I see it on some of your "read in June lists" and I recommend it! I really enjoyed it. :)


message 45: by Jolyn (new)

Jolyn | 24 comments Thank you for the clarification about what we can post/talk about regarding what we are reading this month. I am finding it very interesting to see what people are reading. I noticed several of the same books on different people's lists and that has caused me to go check them out (and add them to my list - like I needed any more on my list LOL!) The specific book/series I added was the Teaville Moral Society. It sounds really interesting and like it has a good dose of faith incorporated. Not going to read them this month though as I will try to find them at the library or hope for a sale on the digital books.


message 46: by Beth, Head Librarian (new)

Beth | 2214 comments Mod
Jolyn wrote: "Thank you for the clarification about what we can post/talk about regarding what we are reading this month. I am finding it very interesting to see what people are reading. I noticed several of the..."

You're welcome!

I hear you - my to-read list is out of control, but that's okay! :)

I"m actually reading book two of the Teaville Moral Society - I'm really enjoying it, as I did the first book. Melissa Jagears also has another series that starts with A Bride for Keeps.

She does a great job at touching on tough subjects without allowing the story to be too bogged down with sadness. She also creates some really nice characters, so it's easy to get into their story.


message 47: by Beth, Head Librarian (new)

Beth | 2214 comments Mod
Karen wrote: "I got an advanced copy of With You Always (Orphan Train, #1) by Jody Hedlund which releases today! I see it on some of your "read in June lists" and I recommend it! I really enjoyed it. :)"

I'm with you - this one is definitely a good one!


message 48: by Andrea, Hospitality Coordinator (last edited Jun 13, 2017 05:53AM) (new)

Andrea Cox (andreacox) | 1888 comments Mod
Finished:
True North by Susan Diane Johnson Unending Devotion (Michigan Brides, #1) by Jody Hedlund Out of the Storm (Beacons of Hope, #0.5) by Jody Hedlund

Currently reading:
London In The Dark (Light of London #1) by Victoria Lynn Hearts Made Whole (Beacons of Hope, #2) by Jody Hedlund Bon Appetit (French Twist #2) by Sandra Byrd


message 49: by Hannah (new)

Hannah (bookwormhannah) | 943 comments Jolyn wrote: "Thank you for the clarification about what we can post/talk about regarding what we are reading this month. I am finding it very interesting to see what people are reading. I noticed several of the..."

You will love the Teaville books! Melissa Jagears is a favorite author of mine.


message 50: by Hannah (new)

Hannah (bookwormhannah) | 943 comments So far:
True to You (Bradford Sisters Romance #1) by Becky Wade A Love So True (Teaville Moral Society #2) by Melissa Jagears High As the Heavens by Kate Breslin Jane of Austin A Novel of Sweet Tea and Sensibility by Hillary Manton Lodge


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