Not my favorite Julie Klassen, but still lots of fun with a good mystery and romance. Plus, I love her covers. She definitely falls under the comfort reads category for me. If you enjoy Regency era fiction, you should give her a try.
I hope this is the first book in a new series. I'm not a fan of time travel fiction, but this was a pleasant surprise. It reminded me of the T.V. show Timeless except these time travelers were kind of ok with changing the timeline. If you are looking for something different, give it a try. Disclaimer, there is some adult content.
This is the first book I've read by Tamera Alexander in a long time. I really enjoyed the historical detail she put into it. I learned a lot about orchestras and the struggle for equality that female musicians faced. I found the author's note at the end fascinating.
I loved this retelling of Sense and Sensibility. I'm not a fan of Austin retellings, but this one was excellent. She stuck pretty closely to the story, but managed to make it fit in a contemporary setting. Highly recommended weather you've read the original or not.
My second YA book of the month. That's probably a new record for me. I thought this was a really well written story about the Tulsa race riots. I enjoyed the dual timelines and the characters were very well done. If your are looking for a book with diverse characters, this would fit the bill.
This was a super fun summer read. I think this will be on my favorites list year, and it is definitely my favorite by Karen White. This has everything you would want is Southern fiction, and it's a good reminder to be kind to those around you and to password protect. Because, sometimes, people are not what they seem.
If you are reading this on July 1,Women in the Castle is a Kindle daily deal. I now own the physical copy and the ebook. That's how I roll. What books have you gotten lately? Let me know in the comments.