Here are some books I’ve been reading lately that fit into the 2016 Reading Challenge. This post includes affiliate links. Click on the book covers if you are interested in reading more about it on Amazon.
A book about relationships or friendship: The Vigil by Marian Merritt. This was a NetGalley title. My take: “Intriguing story with believable characters and interesting plot twists. I loved the setting and the Cajun heritage that was part of the story. I found it a little predictable in places, but appreciated the message of forgiveness and second chances.”
A book about food: Hungry is a Mighty Fine Sauce by Shellie Rushing Tomlinson. Another NetGalley title. It will be available to buy October 1, 2016. It’s a cookbook and the recipes do sound yummy, but more than that I enjoyed the stories woven throughout. I love Shellie’s writing style.
And then, of course, a few titles not on the reading challenge…
The Enchanted Barn by Grace Livingston Hill. If you missed my review, you can read it here.
The Wedding Dress by Rachel Hauck. Not sure it quite lived up to the hype, and the story was a little far-fetched, but I did enjoy how the main character’s relationship with her ex-fiance/friend developed.