HomeJournalSummer Reads

Can you believe it’s September already? Where did the summer go? But – oh – how wonderful it’s been. I’ve enjoyed many an hour sitting in the garden reading a good book. My favourite summer reads have been The Inn at Eagle Point by Sherryl Woods, Last One Home by Debbie Macomber, and Blackberry Summer by RaeAnne Thayne.

Books Sherryl Woods, Debbie Macomber, RaeAnne Thayne 1Our Springer spaniel Hattie often hopped up onto the bench beside me, wondering what I was up to!

IMG_9709I also really adored Robyn Carr’s What We Find – a moving novel about healing and allowing yourself to risk your heart one more time. It’s the start of a new series and, if it’s anything like the wonderful Virgin River series, I’m going to be hooked!



Summer Reads — 2 Comments

  1. My summer read that was my favorite was ” My Grandomther Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry” by Fredrik Backman. An allegory that was beautifully written that sucked me right in and captured my heart.

  2. Good evening everyone, Hope you are all fine and happy reading. A couple of books I have truly loved over the summer have been. House of Secrets by Lynda Stacey. Amy Snow by Tracy Rees. Summer at the Cornish Café by Phillipa Ashley. Where Dragonflies Hover by AnnMarie Brear. The Lady and the Lake by Rosemary Smith. Tremarnock and The Cornish Guesthouse both by Emma Burstall. One The White Camillia by Juliet Greenwood.Both The Book Lovers, and Rules for a Successful Book Club both by Victoria Connelly. To name but a few…

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