Keep Holding On by Melissa Tagg. I've been anticipating this installment of Tagg's Walker Family series ever since I finished the previous book!
The Waves Break Gray by Sibella Giorello. I may have had a minor freak out when I realized the world was finally getting another Raleigh Harmon novel!
Oh, the Weather Outside Is Frightful by Susan May Warren. Currently, this novella is only available in the Candy Cane Kisses anthology, but it was 99 cents for eight novellas. Even if I never read the others, I think it was a pretty good deal!
Told You So by Kristen Heitzmann. This book made my list of those I intended to read in 2015 and didn't. I keep hearing great things about it, and hopefully I'll get to it soon.
Where'd You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple. Modern Mrs. Darcy recommended this one, and I picked it up super cheap on a Kindle deal. I've read a couple pages, and it looks like it'll be a super fast and entertaining read.
Mr. Kiss and Tell by Rob Thomas and Jennifer Graham. I preordered this as soon as I finished reading The Thousand Dollar Tan Line, which I loved. I'm honestly not sure why I haven't read it yet—I guess it's a case of "so many books, so little time."
A Twist of Faith by Pepper Basham. Several bloggers I follow have raved about A Twist of Faith, and I'm sure I'll love it ... once I finally get to it!
The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. I love World War II novels, but I have to be in the right mood for them. The next time that mood strikes, I'll be pulling out The Nightingale.
Cinder by Marissa Meyer. I've had this on my list of books to read for a long time. My sister recently read it and highly recommended it. I think it's time to read it for myself!
What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty. Moriarty is one of those authors whose name keeps coming up, yet I've never read any of her books. What Alice Forgot sounds super intriguing!
Which book should I read first? What books do you hope to read this fall? Let me know in the comments, and if you leave a link to your list, I'll be sure to visit!
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