New Releases – April 28 – May 3

Dear Readers,

In the past few weeks I have gotten great news.  News I could hardly wait to share with you.  Most of you probably already know that Jan Karon has a new Mitford book coming this fall.  Which is something to be excited about. 

The second bit of news I got was one of my favorite authors is writing again.  Jamie Langston Turner has a new book releasing in September and I can hardly wait to get my hands on it.

But until then there are these great titles to read! 

Happy Reading,

Meant to be Mine – Becky Wade – After a whirlwind wedding, Celia is ready to be Ty’s wife, but Ty is not ready to be a husband.  After 5 years, Ty returns to the woman and child he left behind.

Silenced – Dani Pettrey – #4 Alaskan Courage series – Kayden is out for a relaxing climb when she comes face to face with a dead body.  Is it murder? 

Here to Stay – Melissa Tagg – Blake is ready to settle down, but Autumn is ready to be anywhere but Whisper Shores.  Her dream job in Paris is waiting, until Blake asks her to help him with planning the Christmas festival.

Undetected – Dee Henderson – Mark is a commander of a ballistic missile submarine.  The discovery that Gina has made is going to change his job forever. 

At Home in Mitford – Jan Karon – Recover 20th anniversary – The book that started it all.  If you haven’t met Father Tim, come home to Mitford, put up your feet and enjoy.

Raptor 6 – Ronnie Kendig – The Quiet Professionals #1 – Captain Dean Watters and his team have to reach Zahrah before the terrorist do.  The terrorists need her expertise in quantum cryptology and America’s military secrets depend on Dean reaching her first.

A Stitch and a Prayer – Eva Gibson – Quilts of Love series – With only a note to tell her he left,  Florence doesn’t know where her husband is gone.  She decides to make a quilt to grace the bed she is sure they will share again. 

The Lost Love of World War II – Bruce Judisch & Sharon Bernash Smith – (from the back cover) – For too many years, families were torn apart in Germany.  And the horrors of World War II didn’t end when the peace treaties were signed.
 

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