June is already half over. I hate that the warm summer months pass so quickly. It just is not enough time to be outside and read. Especially when the reading list just gets longer and longer with each new day.
Murder, Simply Stitched - Isabella Alan - #3 An Amish Quilt Shop Mystery - Angie stumbles on a body behind the canning shed. Wanda had been poisoned by a blueberry fry pie. Will Angie figure out the who-dun-it before her best friend ends up in jail for murder
Passing Strangers - Angela Hunt - 3 very different strangers form a makeshift family on a train tour through the south. Each brings their own baggage and each is needed by the others. Will they find healing from their little family?
The Hatmaker's Heart - Carla Stewart - Nell loves making hats. Her creations attract the attention of a famous designer, who wishes to have her designed hats to go with his new collection. After arriving in London, she meets an old friend and suddenly she isn't sure what her dream is and what she will have to sacrifice to make it happen.
Raina's Choice - Gilbert Morris - #3 Western Justice - Raina needs to get out of town. She needs a hero and Tyler seems to fit the bill. But is he really the answer to her prayers?
The Cat Ladies Secret - Linda W. Yezak - Emily's greatest joy is helping others. She has fled back to her hometown from Houston and now is going to great lengths to hide what she does. But when one of her gifts gets the attention of a journalist, it could all fall apart.
Four Weddings and a Kiss - Margaret Brownley/Debra Clopton/Mary Connealy/Robin Lee Hatcher - At the end of a pastor's revival meeting, a group of minister share stories of some of the most unlikely couples that fall in love and marry. Quite happily I might add.
The Revealing - Suzanne Woods Fisher - #3 The Inn at Eagle Hill - Naomi King is willing to give up everything to follow her heart. Tobe is worth it. Then a young woman arrives with a delivery for Tobe and a nosy guest gets involved.
Murder at the Mikado - Julianna Deering - #3 A Drew Farthering Mystery - Drew and Madeline are ready for a calmer life, one that looks forward to an up and coming marriage - theirs. But an old flame of Drew's is accused of murder and he knows he can't leave her in a lurch.
A Match of Wits - Jen Turano - The last person Agatha wants to meet up with is her old friend Zayne, but when she does she knows he needs to be sent home. Zayne on the other hand does not want to return east, instead decides to help Agatha whether she wants it or not.