First up, on Thursday, June 1, is my review of The Cafe on Amelia Island. This second book in Hope Holloway's newest series takes readers on a heartfelt, humorous, and sometimes mysterious journey as members of the Wingate family continue to navigate life - and love - in the aftermath of their father's stroke.
Stop by Monday, June 5 for my review of It Had to Be You by Tracy Solheim. This newest installment in Solheim's southern, small-town Chances Inlet series features a sexy Australian golfer (who suddenly finds himself responsible for a child), a new-to-town woman who has sworn off men (for good reason), her estranged father (who happens to be the local sheriff), and an adorable little girl who captures everyone's heart.
Join me on Friday, June 9 when I share my thoughts about Second Chance at the Orchard Inn by Heather McGovern. This contemporary romance features a second chance at love for high school sweethearts reunited several years later along with a possible change in career direction for both. It's a heart-tugging journey filled with family, food, emotional connections, humor, and happy endings.
RaeAnne Thayne's The Cafe at Beach End is another emotionally satisfying tale of relationships gone wrong, starting over later in life, and romance you never saw coming. Join me for my review on Tuesday, June 13.
Join us on Thursday, June 15 for a tour review of Famous in a Small Town by Viola Shipman. Since discovering Shipman through last year's A Wish for Winter, I've been eager to return to his quirky, small-town Michigan locales for this new, magical tale with mature characters, family lore, and discovering your destiny at the age of forty.
She had me at Bookshop Cinderella. I can't wait to start reading Laura Lee Guhrke's new historical romance about an unmarried woman who runs a quaint bookshop in London and the duke who strolls in one day with a proposition. This one has My Fair Lady/Cinderella vibes plus...a bookshop. Need I say more? Stop by for my review on Tuesday, June 20.
Nobody breaks my heart then stitches it back together stronger than before like Lorraine Heath. Stop by on Wednesday, June 28 for my review of The Notorious Lord Knightly, book two in Heath's The Chessmen: Masters of Seduction series. This second-chance, enemies-to-lovers story checked all my happy reader boxes.