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My TBR Pile – Week of 6/6/16

Happy Monday!! Has your summer started? Mine hasn’t thanks to a long school year for my kiddos. However, I’m reading like it has :).

​Check out my TBR pile this week and make sure to share the books in your pile.

​Happy Reading!!

Catherine West’s The Things We Knew

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I can’t wait to read this novel!! I’m a fan of all things written by Catherine West.

​The Blurb: When their tragic past begins to resurface, can he help her remember the things she can’t?

After her mother’s death twelve years ago, Lynette Carlisle watched her close-knit family unravel. One by one, her four older siblings left their Nantucket home and never returned. All seem to harbor animosity toward their father, silently blaming him for their mother’s death. Nobody will talk about that dreadful day, and Lynette can’t remember a bit of it.

But when next-door neighbor Nicholas Cooper returns to Nantucket, he brings the past with him. Once her brother’s best friend and Lynette’s first crush, Nick seems to hiding things from her. Lynette wonders what he knows about the day her mother died and hopes he might help her remember the things she can’t.

But Nick has no intention of telling Lynette the truth. Besides the damage it might cause his own family, he doesn’t want to risk harming the fragile friendship between him and the woman he once thought of as a kid sister.

As their father’s failing health and financial concerns bring the Carlisle siblings home, secrets begin to surface—secrets that will either restore their shattered relationships or separate the siblings forever. But pulling up anchor on the past propels them into the perfect storm, powerful enough to make them question all they ever believed in.“

​Pre-order: Amazon, B&N, CBD

Connect and follow Ms. West at: Website, Facebook, Goodreads


T.I. Lowe’s Coming Home Again

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I adore the covers of Ms. Lowe’s novels. It’s what had this novel jumping into my pile.

​The Blurb: “I’ve lost myself. Where did I go? Can I find myself? I just don’t know…
Savannah Monroe dances with demons from a complicated past.
Families believe ghosts can be well hidden deep in the ancestral closet, but forget all too easily that those ghosts haunt with abandon. Savannah has to face each one of hers as she heads home again to Bay Creek, South Carolina, after running away over five years ago. The closer she gets to home, the clearer the realization becomes that some skeletons need to be dealt with and properly buried.
Mature content due to subject matter dealing with rape.”

​Purchase: Amazon, B&N

Connect and follow Ms. Lowe at: Website, Facebook, Goodreads


Tamara Leigh’s Leaving Carolina

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Here’s another cover that I absolutely love. It jumped into my pile and I can’t wait to dive into the pages.

​The Blurb: Piper Wick left her hometown of Pickwick, North Carolina, twelve years ago, shook the dust off her feet, ditched her drawl and her family name, and made a new life for herself as a high-powered public relations consultant in LA. She’s even “engaged to be engaged” to the picture-perfect U.S. Congressman Grant Spangler.

Now all of Piper’s hard-won happiness is threatened by a reclusive uncle’s bout of conscience. In the wake of a health scare, Uncle Obadiah Pickwick has decided to change his will, leaving money to make amends for four generations’ worth of family misdeeds. But that will reveal all the Pickwicks’ secrets, including Piper’s.

Though Piper arrives in Pickwick primed for battle, she is unprepared for Uncle Obe’s rugged, blue-eyed gardener. So just who is Axel Smith? Why does he think making amends is more than just making restitution? And why, oh why, can’t she stay on task? With the Lord’s help, Piper is about to discover that although good PR might smooth things over, only the truth will set her free.“

​Purchase: Amazon

Connect and follow Ms. Leigh at: Website, Facebook, Goodreads


2 thoughts on “My TBR Pile – Week of 6/6/16”

  1. Hi Toni! What a great TBR pile! I love checking out what others are reading.
    I LOVE your website. Looks both simple and beautiful. ❤

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