As Love Blooms
Nothing like jumping into the middle of the series!;)
2. Called to be Amish
Did you know that less than 100 people have converted to the Amish way of life since 1950?
3. The Art of Losing Yourself
Hurray! I loved her last book to pieces, so I am thrilled to get this one to review!
4. The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest
I'm so excited to read this fairy tale!
5. Who's the New Kid?
This one looks interesting.
6.The Proposal at Siesta Key
I'm not as sure about this one.
7. Shadow of the Mountain
I'm looking forward to this Old Testament based story.
8. Liam Darcy, I Loathe You
Re-telling of Jane Austen? Yes please!
9. Ian Quicksilver
Another fun looking story, that looks more fantasy style.
10. The Tulip Resistance
I love the history of the Dutch Resistance during WWII, so this one should be good.
As you can see by my list, I wasn't really feeling like doing the Broke and Bookish choice for the week. It worked out that I just so happened to get 10 books in the mail today, so I figured I would put those on my list instead! What did you decide to do for the week? Did you have a hard time with the subject?
I haven't read any of these books, they do look exciting though. This week I looked at books which featured characters with mental health problems. My TTT!ReplyDelete
Your list sounds interesting. I never would of thought to pick characters who have mental health issues.;)Delete
Some really great historical fiction here. :)ReplyDelete
Indeed! Thanks for stopping by.:)Delete
Wow! You have a great-looking stack there, Amanda. I certainly hope you enjoy it and have fun with all of your stories.ReplyDelete
I did have trouble with this week's topic... but I just randomly put together some characters and had fun with it. That's what matters the most, right!? :)
Thanks! I'm trying not to feel a bit overwhelmed by how many books are in my tbr stack.;)Delete
Your list is fun! I saw some new books I will have to read.:)