Tuesday, March 27, 2012

What I Read This Week ~ 3/27/12

Well, I didn't read AS many books as last week but I've still been on my reading kick.  It is so good to be back! 

I had 2 really good reads this week and then one that was kind of a dud.  Here you go:

Book #1:
Secrets of Harmony Grove

"Secrets of Harmony Grove"
Author: Mindy Starns Clark
Rating:  4/5  (Great mystery with lots of clues and twists along with a sweet romance)

From the bestselling author of Shadows of Lancaster County comes an exciting new romantic mystery set in Amish country. — When New York marketing executive Samantha Collins finds herself unemployed, she moves out of her pricey Manhattan apartment to sleepy Harmony Grove, Pennsylvania. She plans on running the bed-and-breakfast she had bought as an investment in Lancaster County. However, when the manager she lets go is later found murdered on the property, Samantha’s troubles take a serious turn.

A handsome local wishes to befriend her, but can she trust him? And when her ex-boyfriend shows up, wanting to reconcile, can she cope with him in the middle of this crisis? Samantha must learn to depend on the Savior she has recently taken into her heart. And she’ll need all the help she can get, because the secrets she uncovers in Harmony Grove threaten her livelihood, her safety, and ultimately her life.
Book #2:

Heart of Stone (Irish Angel, Bk 1)

"Heart of Stone, Irish Angels Book 1"
Author: Jill Marie Landis
Rating:  4/5  (Great read with some really hard core topics.)

Finally free to pursue her dreams, Laura Foster is trying hard not to fall in love. She knows that the Reverend Brand McCormick's reputation would be shattered if her former life is discovered. But it's not only Laura's history that threatens to bring Brand down - it's his own.


Book #3:
The Heart's Treasure

"The Heart's Treasure"
Author: Catherine Palmer
Rating: 2/5  (I hate to say it but "boring!"  Too much repetition of facts.)

Kitt Tuckers marriage to Michael Culhane was destroyed by the loss of their unborn child. Now, after 15 years apart, a 100-year-old mystery may give them the chance to rewrite their history.

I have high hopes for the book I've just started reading.  You can find a teaser HERE.   

What did you read this week?
Happy Reading!

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