Add These 6 Books to Your Fall Reading Plan
by Karen Green
Autumn is busy in a way that the other seasons don’t seem to be: there are things to get back to, things to put away, things to take out and endless entries on our calendars mark the beginnings of new routines and obligations.
While you’re making your plans for fall, don’t forget to plan your fall reading! From seasonal romances to contemporary stories of love and family, these are the books you won’t want to miss as the new reading season gets under way.
This is the kind of list making you’ll be happy to-do.
Tangled Threat by Heather Graham
This stand-alone book involves a hometown reunion, a murder that may be tied to the past and a cursed tree that holds the secrets that are central to the spooky story.
Love and the of Laws and Motion (The Romano Sisters) by Amanda Weaver
This new contemporary romance has it all: two equally smart, strong and accomplished protagonists, a mystery, some great sexual tension and just the right amount of fate to help these two get where they to go, both on their own and together.
The Holiday Secret (Castle Falls) by Kathryn Springer
It’s time to start planning for the holidays and while it may be a little early to start cooking, it’s not too early to start reading seasonal romances.
This inspiring story about finding love and family where you least expect it is the perfect book to get you in the happy holiday mood.
Ready for the Rancher (Sin City Secrets) by Zuri Day
What happens in your fall reading list stays in your fall reading list, like jetting off to Vegas for a night of business that turns into pure pleasure.
This contemporary western saga is as hot as the Nevada desert, so expect it to take the chill off those late fall evenings, very nicely.
The Highlander and the Governess (Untamed Highlanders) by Michelle Willingham
Because there’s also something very nostalgic about the autumn, historical romance is the perfect addition to your fall reading list.
Lairds, ladies and a London heiress all become entangled in a quest for power, love and honor in this Regency Romance that takes place in the wild Scottish Highlands.
The Firefighter’s Thanksgiving Wish (Butterfly Harbor Stories) by Anna J. Stewart
Thanksgiving usually lands heavily in autumn plan-making, so why not add a Thanksgiving romance to your autumn reading plan?
You won’t have to worry about the turkey burning as two firefighters volley for the station’s top position—and each other’s attention.
Are you ready for fall reading? Let us know your plans!