All, TBR Pile

My TBR Pile – Week of 10/12/15

Another week, another list. 🙂
​My list continues to grow and I’ve started contemplating the unthinkable: not adding to it. I know, I know, it’s a horrid thought that no avid reader should have to contemplate. However, I’ve been busy working on another novel as well as working on reviews for some authors who asked for them. So what does that mean?

My TBR list might stop growing. I’m cringing as I type this because I just found out I won two books recently and how can I not read my favorite authors and undiscovered new ones? Sigh. Hopefully, my schedule will change a little so that I can continue to enjoy Christian fiction.

But enough about my dilemma. Let’s see what’s on my list for the week.​​

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1. Susan May Warren’s ​From Russia With Love
​I picked this book up when it was free. And as I enjoyed Ms. Warren’s Christiansen family series, I went ahead and downloaded ​From Russia With Love.

Want to know what it’s about? Here you go: “Kat Moore can’t believe that 24 hours after landing in Moscow, she’s on the run from the KGB. But after receiving a mysterious key, and an invitation to Russia, Kat can’t stop herself from hunting for her past. With her parents long gone, and her grandfather, Edward, strangely quiet about her identity, she knows there are clues to who she is that only she can unearth.”

If you are interested in getting to know Ms. Warren more, head on over to her Website.​​


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2. Lee Tobin McClain’s ​A Brother’s Bond
​This will be my first read by Ms. McClain and I can’t wait. I love discovering new authors.

Here’s a little blurb to get you interested: “After rescuing a beautiful stranger from a seemingly random rock slide, a snowstorm leaves disabled veteran Adam Calloway no choice but to put her up at his remote mountain getaway. But when he realizes who Karen Smith is and why she’s here, all he knows for sure is that he has to get rid of her… and fast. Because Karen wants to find out what really happened to her younger brother, killed in these mountains nine years ago. And if she solves the cold case, she’ll destroy Adam’s fragile sister whom he’s vowed to protect with his life.”

To find out more about Ms. McClain’s writing, head to her Website.​​ Psss: it still might be free on Kindle.


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3. Michelle Lynn Brown’s Brides & Betrayal
This isn’t my first read of Ms. Brown so I was happy to download her book for Kindle.

Here’s a portion of the blurb: “The horrific death of Holly’s parents left her feeling tainted and unworthy. As she longs to come out from under the stain of their sin, she is held back by the constant whisperings in her mind that never fail to remind her who she is and where she comes from.
Hunter cannot forgive his mother’s adultery and vows never to be like his father – blindly accepted the sins of others. Fearful that they will fall into the same trap as his parents, he tries to control every situation, but his jealousy and judgmental attitude only add to Holly’s feeling of unworthiness. As the years pass, Hunter’s anger and mistrust grow, taking their toll on Holly and Hunter’s marriage.”

You can find Ms. Brown at her Website. Psss: this book may still be free on Kindle.​


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4. DiAnn Mills’ ​Deadlock
I’m excited to read Ms. Mills’ latest release. I’ve read books one and two of the FBI: Houston series and Deadlock is the last book.

Here’s a portion from the blurb: “Two murders have rocked the city of Houston. Are they the work of a serial killer, or is a copycat trying to get away with murder?
That is the question facing Special Agent Bethany Sanchez, who is eager for her new assignment in violent crimes but anxious about meeting her new partner. Special Agent Thatcher Graves once arrested her brother, and he has a reputation for being a maverick. Plus, their investigative styles couldn’t be more opposite: he operates on instinct, while she goes by the book.”

You can find Ms. Mills at her Website to discover her novels or signup for her newsletters.​​​


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