All, TBR Pile

My TBR Pile – 1/25/16

Happy Monday, reader friends! Did you stay warm this weekend? We had snow and I was thankful for my TBR pile. This week I’m hoping to read some historical reads. Here they are!

Elizabeth Camden’s Toward the Sunrise

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This novella is the prequel to Until the Dawn. I got this free on Kindle, so hop on over to Amazon to check the price.

Purchase:
Amazon

The Blurb: Julia Broeder is only six months shy of graduating from the Women’s Medical College of Pennsylvania when one small decision spirals out of control and results in her expulsion. Hoping to travel the world as a missionary doctor, her only choice is to return back home…or throw herself upon the mercy of Ashton Carlyle.

Formal and straight-laced, Ashton Carlyle is not pleased to see an expelled Julia arrive at his Manhattan office. His position as a junior attorney for the Vandermark family’s world-famous shipping empire entails taking care of the Broeders, longtime employees of the Vandermark family. But Ashton has no intention now of using his employer’s resources in defense of Julia’s impulsive and reckless actions.

What Ashton did not expect was a scathing reprimand from none other than the Vandermark family patriarch or the bewildering resistance from Julia herself when he’s forced to change his tune. At an impasse, Ashton and Julia never anticipated the revelations that arise or the adventure that awaits them.“

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Melanie Dickerson’s The Healer’s Apprentice

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Okay, y’all, I’m finally sitting down with a Melanie Dickerson novel. I see her all over social media and I’ve always been drawn to the covers. Not sure what’s taken me so long, but I have one of her books now.

Purchase: Amazon, Barnes&Noble, CBD

The Blurb: “Rose has been appointed as a healer’s apprentice at Hagenheim Castle, a rare opportunity for a woodcutter’s daughter like her. While she often feels uneasy at the sight of blood, Rose is determined to prove herself capable. Failure will mean returning home to marry the aging bachelor her mother has chosen for her—a bloated, disgusting merchant who makes Rose feel ill.

When Lord Hamlin, the future duke, is injured, it is Rose who must tend to him. As she works to heal his wound, she begins to understand emotions she’s never felt before and wonders if he feels the same. But falling in love is forbidden, as Lord Hamlin is betrothed to a mysterious young woman in hiding. As Rose’s life spins toward confusion, she must take the first steps on a journey to discover her own destiny.”

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Jo Huddleston’s Wait for Me

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I feature Ms. Huddleston’s weekly giveaway on my Friday blog, so I’ve been itching to read one of her books. Now, I’m in luck.

Purchase: Amazon

The Blurb: Can Julie, an only child raised with privilege and groomed for high society, and Robby, a coal miner’s son, escape the binds of their socioeconomic backgrounds? Set in a coal mining community in West Virginia in the 1950s, can their love survive their cultural boundaries?

This is a tragically beautiful love story of a simple yet deep love between soul mates, Robby and Julie. The American South’s rigid caste system and her mother demand that Julie chooses to marry an ambitious young man from a prominent and suitable family. Julie counters her mother’s stringent social rules with deception and secrets in order to keep Robby in her life. Can the couple break the shackles of polite society and spend their lives together? Will Julie’s mother ever accept Robby?“

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