Today finds me back in Michigan. I have spent the last week in a land of sun and warmth. I am not sure that has been my best plan, the coming back. :-D Thankfully I have lots of good reading material to get me through the last few weeks of winter.
Beneath The Navajo Moon - Lisa Carter - Erin search for a long missing woman leads her into more than she ever imagined. Adam isn't to excited to have this woman digging into his Navajo history, but when their lives are in danger, they find they must rely on each other to survive.
How Sweet the Sound - Vanessa Miller - Shar thinks traveling with a gospel band in the 30's is what she needs to make everything in her life perfect. When she looses her voice, can the love she left behind help her find it again.
Holding a Tender Heart - Jerry S. Eicher - #1 The Beiler Sisters - How can an Englisha girl prove to her parents she truly wants to be Amish without them thinking she has gone off the deep end?
Dating, Dining and Desperation - Melody Carlson - #2 A Dear Daphne Novel - Daphne is finally coming to terms with her Aunt's will - keep up the advice column & find a husband - all in a year. Yikes, it is happening to fast. Especially when her neighbor decides that Daphne is a project to be taken care of.
Tide and Tempest - Elizabeth Ludwig - #3 Edge of Freedom series - Tillie left Ireland with her fiancé to find a better life together. Two years later she finds out his death may have been murdered and the wrong people think she is able to identify them.
Life Support - Candace Calvert - #3 Grace Medical - Nurse Lauren puts her life on hold to help her sister. Elijah is at odds with his father over the are of his disabled brother. They need each other, but them seem more at odds with each that able to get along.
Runaway Saint - Lisa Samson - Sara seems to have her life completely together, a supportive husband, a hip business, and a house that is the envy of the neighborhood. That is on the surface. Underneath she is restless and when a long lost Aunt shows up unexpectedly on her doorstep, everything comes to the forefront.