Have you traveled to the country or even a far away land recently? When a book is based in a place I’ve been, I gobble it up.
Ireland still calls to me even though its been two years since we visited. Don’t you love the blue of her eyes on this cover for Susan Anne Mason’s historical novel called Irish Meadows? Oh, take me back to Ireland if only in the pages of a book!
A Semi-Sweet Summer by Jan Elder is sure to delight the senses with this witty cover. It’s country setting is nice. And I’m always in the mood for chocolate. If he doesn’t want that chocolate I’ll take it!
Like the chocolate in Jan Elder’s cover or the solemn stare of our dear Irish girl in Susan Anne Mason’s? Tell me what you think in the comments below.
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 Princehas 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 look 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.
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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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