Hello there! Another week has come, and is almost gone, while yet another is on it's way! And a great way to wind down on a weekend is to read!
I'm not really sure how many books I'll be starting this weekend, it'll probably end being a mater how many I finish! You see, I have this awful habit of reading like, 6 books at once, so hopefully I'll be able to finish a few up :) But here are a few that I am in the middle of right now.
Sanctuary for a Lady by Naomi Rawlings. Oh, this one is fantastic! I highly recommend that you pick it up. As soon as I am done with this post, I'm going to go back to reading it!
Here's the back blurb:
The injured young woman Michel Belanger finds in the woods is certainly an aristocrat. And in the midst of France's bloody revolution, sheltering nobility merits a trip to the guillotine. Yet despite the risk, Michel knows he must bring the wounded girl to his cottage to heal.
Attacked by soldiers and left for dead, Isabelle de La Rouchecauld has lost everything. A duke's daughter cannot hope for mercy in France, so escaping to England is her best chance of survival. The only thing more dangerous than staying would be falling in love with this gruff yet tender man of the land. Even if she sees, for the first time, how truly noble a heart can be….
I am also in the thick of The Quakers of New Garden :) Great book, that so far is pretty awesome.
Here's the blurb:
Join four Quaker women on a journey through the trials of faith and love.
Ruth Payne's bridegroom has cold feet. . .for the second time. Will their third try be the charm?
Things get complicated for Underground Railroad worker Deborah Wall when she meets a bounty hunter head-on. Will love have them seeing eye-to-eye?
Leah hopes to turn a marriage of convenience into a marriage of love. But will letters be a firm enough foundation?
Christian Jaidon Taylor wants to win the heart of Quaker Catherine Wall. But will religion make them as incompatible as night and day?
On top of that I'm hoping to finish It Could Happen Tomorrow by Gary Frazier, as well as Prism by Rachel Moschell. :)
Well there you have it, my weekend to-read list. What about you, what are you reading this weekend? You know that I'd love to hear about it :D
Have a fantastic Easter weekend!