Flight of the Sparrow was recommended to me by reader and Pinterest friend, Becky, and I can’t thank her enough. It’s the kind of book I wish I’d written. Full of beautiful prose, both evocative and emotional, with a hero of all heroes named James Printer who happens to have feathers in his hair:) But be forewarned, this isn’t for the faint of heart. It’s written with a lot of early American angst and does not necessarily have that HEA…
The final three are ones I’ve recently endorsed with pleasure ~
Brentwood’s Ward just released by the very talented Michelle Griep!
Mist of Midnight is coming soon. Author Sandra Byrd, my fellow tea drinking buddy with British genes, really wows with this book! If you’re a fan of Victoria Holt and Gothic romance, this one is for you!
And last but not least, Melanie Dickerson reminds me of why adults still read fairy tales in The Huntress of Thornbeck Forest. Isn’t that cover beautiful?
I’d love to know what you’re reading, too…!