by Maxine Davis
It’s time for another break, and I took advantage to relax and read. I found some books you will definitely want to put in your TBR stack. All are available on Amazon.
Invisible Prison (Invisible Recruit Series) is a page-turner with a story you have to finish and characters that beg to be read in the next book. Everyone knows Mary Buckham’s wonderfully helpful books on writing and you know she’s great at helping writers create a book that will sell, but this book is another example of not only can she teach, but she’s got the rules down pat and creates a great story and characters. Alex Noziak is a character I love–strong, but with a vulnerable side she keeps hidden, almost.
Alex, Native American with magic thrown in, is perfect for the fantasy world created by Mary Buckham. It keeps you glued to the book and ready to read the next.
Her Unexpected Family by Carol Burnside.
Former bad boy, Travis Baxter, has a reputation to live down, a job to do fast, and one woman he can’t seem to avoid. He’s starting a 24/7 renovation flip on
Claire’s beauty salon when a surprise appears at his door . . . a three-year-old son. Immediate custody brings Travis a major problem. He needs a nanny.
Claire Larkin glimpsed a rare and appealing side of Travis during one ill-fated date, but her personal policy is no involvement, no strings. Not even a pet until she’s pronounced cancer free. Claire pitches in to help the grieving little boy and stunned father. Despite her best efforts to resist, she and Travis succumb to their attraction.
Carol Burnside does not let you down! This is a feel-good story, after a few tears, that I thoroughly enjoyed. It is her second in the Sweetwater Springs series, but it is a stand-alone novel. I fell in love with the town. Who wouldn’t want to live there. And her heroine is someone I like. Strong, feisty, purple hair, and not afraid to be a little different. Her hero – sexy, with a loving side that he does not show to just anyone. I think you will really enjoy this love story, crisis and all. I hope there is another “Sweetwater” soon.
Highland Song by Tanya Anne Crosby
A tale set in Medieval Scotland. You can see the “majestic beauty and passion of the highlands” (RT Book Reviews). This is a sweet love story that does not spare the passion. Ms. Crosby knows the Medieval Scottish terms, and I loved reading this book. A wonderful read with all the right ingredients. I could not put it down.