Marcia at The Printed Page hosts this each Monday. Check out Marcia’s posts for more info and to read what other particpants are saying plus leave your own links for the current week.
Chosen: The Lost Diaries of Queen Esther (Lost Loves #1) by Ginger Garrett
David C. Cook (March 1, 2010)
I discovered this author via her start to a new series called Chronicles of the Scribe. I’ve always enjoyed historical fiction and the stories of Ruth and Esther are two of my favorite Biblical passages. I’m looking forward to this reissue of one of her older releases. Thanks to TBB Media for a review copy for the FIRST WildCard Tour coming up March 19.
(ISBN#9781434768018, 304pp, $14.99)
A Case For Love (Brides of Bonneterre #3) by Kaye Dacus
Barbour Books (February 1, 2010)
I have enjoyed this contemporary romance series and although I’m looking forward to more of the Boudreaux-Guidry clan I am disappointed that Forbes’ story also concludes the family narratives. Thanks to Barbour for a review copy for the FIRST WildCard Tour coming up March 20th.
(ISBN#9781602604568, 320pp, $10.97)
An Absence So Great (Portraits of the Heart #2) by Jane Kirkpatrick
WaterBrook Press (March 16, 2010)
Jane Kirkpatrick has been one of my favorite historical authors and has several books based on historical events of the Pacific Northwest region. Thanks to WaterBrook for a review copy.
(ISBN#9781578569816, 400pp, $14.99)
The Rose of Sebastopol by Katharine McMahon
Berkley Trade (February 2, 2010)
Target’s book department is becoming as dangerous as the book store to my bank account. I read The Alchemist’s Daughter a couple years ago and enjoyed it immensely so when I saw her name on another book I couldn’t pass it up.
(ISBN#9780425232224, 416pp, $15.00)