Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Reading Ahead: August 2017, part 3

We have three of a kind in today's post! If you're a sucker for an easy read in the summer, here are three to choose from next month.

Any Dream Will Do, by Debbie Macomber. Two people, each at a crossroads, strike up a friendship that each desperately needs. For Shay, a family situation has left her looking for a place to stay and an opportunity to start over. For Pastor Drew, the loss of his wife has eclipsed all but his love for his children, leaving his flock mostly untended. Shay finds a champion and Drew rediscovers his purpose, but when Shay's past rears its ugly head, everything each is building may be destroyed. Also available in Large Print.

You Say It First, by Susan Mallery. Pallas Saunders is trying to turn her business, Weddings In A Box, into something solvent. She hires sculptor turned carpenter Nick to help at the venue. But when a bride begs for something different, Nick and Pallas decide to revamp the business. In the process, love seems inevitable for the duo. Need a sweet love story? This is a sure thing. Also available in Large Print.

Map of the Heart, by Susan Wiggs. In a tale that moves between present-day Delaware and the battlefields of WWII France, Wiggs's latest uncovers one family's secret past and what that means for the next generations. For Camille Palmer, personal tragedy has led her to hide away with her teenage daughter in a sleepy coastal town. When a package mysteriously appears at their door, Camille, as well as her daughter and father, embark upon a trip to her father's hometown in France, uncovering family roots Camille didn't know about, as well as a way forward toward peace. Also available in Large Print.

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