With a Dec 1 deadline for my own book, my reading time hasn’t been as available this month. But I did already dive into a couple of Christmas novellas, which made me happy! And please forgive my minuscule reviews this month! 🙂
The Curiosity Keeper by Sarah E. Ladd
This Regency romance also held a bit of mystery and suspense. A good read with interesting characters.
The Socialite by J’Nell Ciesielski
Another unique story in the WWII historical genre, this one set in Paris. Two English high-society sisters, each caught up with the Nazi regime in a different way—and of course the handsome Scot who helps them!
Carving for Miss Coventry by Deborah M. Hathaway
Another Regency romance, this one in a series about working class men who marry upper class women. Great characters in this one. A very sweet read.
You and Me by Becky Wade
This Christmas novella takes place in Misty River, the same fictional Georgia mountain town as Becky’s current series. And, as usual, it was wonderful! I whizzed through it, completely caught up in Connor’s pursuit of Shay.
Have Yourself a Christiansen Christmas by Susan May Warren
Oh. My. Revisiting not only Deep Haven and the Evergreen Resort at Christmas, but catching up with all the Christiansen siblings and their families. It was a race from start to finish. Truly un-put-downable for anyone familiar with the Christiansen family characters. Loved it!
And that’s it for November! I’m sure the list will be much longer in December!