3 End of Summer Reads

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Today, I wanted to share a few books that I’ve read in the last few weeks that I thoroughly enjoyed. There are some great reads available right now. I have a feeling one of these will be just what you’re looking for in your next book!

In Good Company (A Class of Their Own, #2)In Good Company by Jen Turano

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was just what I needed: a light, fun romance with characters I enjoyed. I literally laughed out loud repeatedly as I read it on a car trip. My husband said he loved hearing me laugh. There is enough conflict to keep the romance rolling along in a fun and engaging way. This book is perfect for those who love a romance that will keep them in stitches.

Lady MaybeLady Maybe by Julie Klassen

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was a delightful read. The book worked. It’s a case of mistaken identity that spirals out of control. Over the course of the novel, the romance develops in a triangle that left me really hoping the heroine would choose one hero — she made the right choice! 😉 It’s also a story that spools out the past in dribs and drabs that are entirely compelling. This is a Regency novel that comes with my highest recommendation. I loved it!

One side note: the faith thread wasn’t as strong as it is in some of Julie’s novels, but is still a part of the story.
Tiffany GirlTiffany Girl by Deeanne Gist

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Deeanne is back to writing the rich, conflict laced romances that I adore. In this one I also got to learn about a fascinating time period — when women crossed picket lines so that Mr. Tiffany’s stained glass could fill a display at the Chicago World’s Fair. The story stretches over time as the hero and heroine wrestle with their expectations, realities and wounds that may keep them apart. An interesting mix of supporting characters keep the pages hopping. But the heroine steals the show. This is a story I will return to!

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