All, TBR Pile

My TBR Pile – Week of 10/31/16

Happy Monday, Reader Friends!!

It’s a new week and I have a great pile of books to read. What are you reading this week?

​Blessings to you!

Susan May Warren’s Wild Montana Skies

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I had the pleasure of meeting Ms. Warren at the ACFW Virginia Writer’s Conference this month. So of course I had to buy her latest and get it signed. 🙂 

The Blurb: “Search and rescue pilot Kacey Fairing is home on leave in Mercy Falls, Montana, twelve years after she joined the military to escape the mistakes of her past. With a job waiting for her as the new lead pilot of Peak Rescue in Glacier National Park, Kacey hopes to reconnect with the now-teenage daughter she sees only between deployments. What she doesn’t realize is that someone else is also back in town. 
Ben King has been building his country music career since the day Kacey shut him out of her life. Now all of that’s on hold when his injured father calls him home to help run Peak Rescue until he’s fully recovered. It doesn’t take long, though, to discover his father’s ulterior motives as Kacey Fairing walks into the house and back into his heart. 
With Mercy Falls in a state of emergency due to flash floods, Kacey and Ben are forced to work together to save lives. But when floodwaters turn personal, can they put aside the past to save their future?”

Purchase: Amazon, B&N

Connect and follow at: Website, Facebook, Goodreads


Sondra Kraak’s Such a Hope

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I ADORE this cover made by the talented Roseanna M. White. Plus, I’m a fan of Ms. Kraak’s writing so this was an easy pick for me.

The Blurb: Washington Territory, 1871 

Anna Warren grew up on the seat of a wagon, the daughter of Seattle’s busiest freighter. After her father’s death—a tragedy away from home—she returns to their cabin on the outskirts of Seattle, seeking the sense of belonging that eluded her childhood. But will her desire to pray for miraculous healing for the sick and wounded endear or alienate her to the community? Her most aggravating challenger is also her staunchest defender and has brown hair and eyes, stands six feet tall, and farms with unchecked tenacity. Tristan Porter. This farmer her father had befriended holds more secrets than Yesler’s Mill holds logs. 

When ugly rumors arise about her spiritual gift and her property, Anna fears her quest to find belonging will be thwarted. 

Tristan holds the truth to set her free, but revealing it will require him to face the disappointments of his past and surrender his plans for the future—a sacrifice he’s not sure he can make. 

Purchase: Amazon, B&N

Connect and follow at: Website, Facebook, Goodreads


Rachelle Dekker’s The Choosing

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This cover just grabs me and since I’ve never read Ms. Dekker, I snapped it up.

The Blurb: 
“Not to be Chosen would yield a cruel fate of my own making.”

Like all citizens since the Ruining, Carrington Hale knows the importance of this day. But she never expected the moment she’d spent a lifetime preparing for—her Choosing ceremony—would end in disaster. Ripped from her family, she’ll spend her days serving as a Lint, the lowest level of society. She knows it’s her duty to follow the true way of the Authority. 

But as Carrington begins this nightmare, rumors of rebellion rattle her beliefs. The whispers contradict everything she’s been told; yet they resonate deep within. 

Then Carrington is offered an unprecedented chance at the life she’s always dreamed of, but she can’t shake the feeling that it may be an illusion. With a killer targeting Lints and corruption threatening the highest levels of the Authority, Carrington must uncover the truth before it destroys her. 

Purchase: Amazon, B&N

Connect and follow at: Website, Facebook, Goodreads


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