Here are the books I read in March.
This was a Modern Mrs. Darcy flight pick for the month of March. It was a sweet story about a handicapped girl and her brother that are relocated during the blitz. It deals with some heavy themes in a very tender way. Great for middle grade children and adults.
I loved this historical fiction about a woman who apprenticed under Harry Houdini. I did a full review here.
I have mixed feelings about this one. Susan Meissner is hands down my favorite author, but I just don't like ghost stories. That being said, this book kept my interest the whole time, and I loved the WW2 war bride story. Not my favorite, but still a good book.
I read this one for the juicy memoir category in the Modern Mrs. Darcy reading challenge, and let me tell you, it was juicy! Beware that there is a lot of profanity, but if you want to read a tell all about Scientology, this will do it for you. I found Leah to be very honest, and I hope she continues to succeed in her acting now that she has left the church. I'm hoping to catch some of her series about people who have left Scientology.