I thought I would take a second to show you what I am reading currently, and what I plan to read for the remainder of August.
WHAT I AM CURRENTLY READING:
Flashed by Zoey Castile.
Patrick Halloran was the IT Guy. He graced the covers of his friend Scarlett West's romance novel covers and that threw him into tv and movies. He was pretty much a schmuck back then. Party boy extraordinary. He made a living by his looks. Then an accident leaves him scarred by physically and emotionally. He hides away from the world. His best friend Scarlett hires a live-in housekeeper to take care of his needs. Her name is Lena Martel. She is from New York, a far stretch from the Montana ranch where she finds herself. She isn't allowed to see Patrick. She is only there to clean and cook. But you know how these things go. Lena pulls Pat out of his shell little by little until he is able to face the harsh cruel world again. And maybe the two will find love as well.
Truth Keeper by C. T. Knight
Frtiz Braun longs to honor the memory of his dead parents and be the best Aryan possible, but his grandfather spouting old-world religion, a crime in Nazi Germany, thwarts his path to success. His grandfather is murdered by SS Officers for refusing to surrender his copy of a special book, catapulting Fritz into a biblical world and anointing him as God’s Truth Keeper. He is charged with protecting The Book he once resented and sharing God’s word with his people in a difficult time. A job he feels unworthy to accept. Protecting God’s word proves to be an insurmountable task when the Gestapo discover The Book, and Fritz is forced to choose between saving the only family and friends he has left or saving The Book from Nazi fire.
BOOKS ON MY AUGUST TBR PILE:
Flour in the Attic by Winnie Archer
Ivy Culpepper keeps the ovens hot at Yeast of Eden, a Northern California bakery that specializes in traditional breads. But now she has to deal with a stone-cold killer . . .
Every autumn, Moonbright, Maine, is the picture of charm with its piles of crisp leaves, flickering jack-o’-lanterns … and a touch of the sweetest kind of enchantment.
Witches, goblins, the occasional ghost—they’re all sure to be spotted at the annual Halloween parade, where adults and children alike dress in costume to celebrate Moonbright’s favorite holiday. And no place has more seasonal spirit than Bellaluna’s Bakeshop, a family business steeped in traditional recipes, welcoming warmth—and, legend has it, truly spellbinding, heart-melting treats …
Between good-natured Halloween tricks, frothy pumpkin lattes, and some very special baked goods, for three Moonbright residents looking for love—whether they know it or not—the spookiest thing will be how magical romance can suddenly be …
The Bad Twin by Avery Scott