What Would You Recommend?

Too many books; too little time.

No one can read all the good books out there, but everyone can read a few, and what a great way to relax, learn, experience, escape.

Last week I shared some award-winning novels with you. This week I’m adding a few earlier releases to the list (alphabetically by title).

What books (by any author) have you read that you would recommend? I’d love to hear your choices. Comment below and be entered in a drawing to win a copy of my latest historical.

 

 

 

Anyone who says they have only one life to live

must not know how to read a book.

–Author Unknown

March BrideA March Bride by Rachel Hauck (A Year of Weddings Novella Book 4)

Christmas collectionA Pioneer Christmas Collection with stories by Lauraine Snelling, Margaret Brownley, Kathleen Fuller, Marcia Gruver, Cynthia Hickey, Vickie McDonough, Shannon McNear, Michelle Ule, Anna Urquhart

ShatteredShattered by Dani Pettrey

Short StrawShort Straw Bride by Karen Witemeyer

Substitute BrideThe Substitute Bride by Linda S. Glaz

Wedding on the RocksWedding on the Rocks by Rose Ross Zediker

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “What Would You Recommend?

  1. Thanks so much, Davalynn. That was a fun book to write! Glad you enjoyed it.

     
     
    1. davalynn

      It kept me guessing, Linda. Loved the way you wrapped it up.

       
       
  2. I would recommend “The Silver Chalice” by Thomas B. Costain. I read it in high school, the first BIG novel (over 500 pages) I ever read. It is about the chalice used at the Last Supper.

     
     
    1. davalynn

      Thanks, Nanci, that’s one I missed along the way.

       
       
  3. Hi Davalynn, hope you are enjoying the last of the summer! To answer your question as to what books I would recommend…..it depends on if the person wanted stand alones, series, suspense or romance. If series, I would definitely recommend that every one read the Dry Creek and Mule Hollow series as they both are wonderful, fun and loving. One of the latest series that I love is Big Sky Centennial about Jasper Gulch, Montana. They all have been outstanding! Stand alones, would be of course, your Cowboy ones! I love all of your books! Suspense, I would recommend anything by Terri Reed or Lynette Eason, two of the best. And of course just plain ole clean, sweet, nice, inspirational romances by Valerie Hansen, Mia Ross, Helen Gray. Ruth Logan Herne, just to name a few of my favorites. You could never go wrong selecting any of these writers books. Blessings…..

     
     
    1. davalynn

      Thanks for the kudos, Ruth, and for a great list for people to investigate according to genre. But summer, you say? It snowed here this morning. Just a tad, but yep, snow. Might be a hard winter!

       
       

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