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It’s September! Pencil bouquets and cooler breezes … fall just around the corner. Awe, my favorite time of year. And time to pick up a good suspense book.

Conclave: A novel by [Harris, Robert]This cover has quite an edge. Suspense exudes from it, don’t you think? Robert Harris chose a mysterious name and great dark colors to get the message across about this novel.

 

 

Hidden (Jacobs Family Series Book 1) by [Chapman, Vannetta]And what of this one by Vannetta Chapman? Once again the dark colors and feel of cold nights in the air.

 

 

 

 

These authors put the ‘feel’ in their cover art. Comment below on which one you think is more suspenseful.

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Can you believe summer is almost over? I love to read books in the current season we’re in. So let’s get a few more summer novels under our belts.

Heart of a Prince Heart of a Prince: Contemporary Christian Romance (Crowns & Courtships Book 1) by [Moncado, Carol]has such a great summer feel. I can almost imagine the ocean in the background of Carol Moncado’s novel. This cover has an old world feel as much as a contemporary aura. Kudos, Carol, for a great cover.

 

 

Now looSuch a Hope (Paths of Grace Book 1) by [Kraak, Sondra]k at this cover art. Sondra Kraak’s novel, Such a Hope, has a wonderful summer vibe in this historical Christian novel, too, with the log cabin and the light coming through the trees.

Click on the author names to see their author pages and check out their novels by clicking either the titles or the cover art pic.

Do you like to read summer stories in the summer and winter ones in the winter?Comment below and let me know what you think.

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This summer has been a hot one. Perfect for staying in and reading. Look what I found.
Livin' in High Cotton: A Love Inspired Historical Novel by [Youngblood, Jennifer, Poole, Sandra]
Okay…I’m very intrigued by this cover. Jennifer Youngblood and Sandra Poole used some nice muted tones here.

Just 18 Summers by [Cox, Michelle, Gutteridge, Rene]

Well, there’s something compelling about this title and picture. Rene Gutteridge and Michelle Cox have me interested.
Do you get a sense of depth like I do with these two covers? Tell me what draws you to them.

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