Wow! Another year and another great slue of books. As I look back on this list, these are books that I read and still remember – which is amazing considering I’ve read more than 50 this year. We’ve written more than 40 book reviews, which brings Books for Her total reviews to over 300!
Here’s our top books for 2018: Continue reading Best Books of 2018
Kristin Harmel weaves the best and worst of human nature together in this multi-generational historical drama. Continue reading Cilka’s Journey by Heather Morris
Enjoy this excerpt from The Widow of Rose Hill courtesy of St. Martin’s Press. Read our review here. Continue reading Excerpt: The Widow of Rose Hill
A Gilded Age novel that has a Jane Eyre Gothic feel with some humor and romance. Continue reading The Widow of Rose House by Diana Biller
Another great Christina Lauren novel – with a focus on a personal journey. Continue reading Twice in a Blue Moon by Christina Lauren
Available now: Temptations Darling ****4/5 stars: Loved it. Fast-reading fun, Temptation’s Darling is another great adventure romance from Johanna Lindsey. Recommended readers: If you like Johanna Lindsey If you are a historical romance, especially set in England Here’s my Rankings: 4/5 for characters 4/5 for plot 4/5 overall Note: Steamy factor (2 of 5 … little steaminess) REVIEW FROM BOOKS FOR HER: After a tragedy, Vanessa was raised in the … Continue reading Temptation’s Darling by Johanna Lindsey
Kristin Harmel weaves the best and worst of human nature together in this multi-generational historical drama. Continue reading The Winemaker’s Wife by Kristin Harmel
The Paris Orphan is another must-read WWII drama and one of the best books we’ve read in 2019. Continue reading The Paris Orphan by Natasha Lester
**** 3.5 stars: Another fast-reading, passionate historical romance from Mary Jo Putney. Continue reading Dearly Beloved by Mary Jo Putney
Outlander Season 1 and 2 is now on Netflix. Who’s bingeing?
Click here to watch. Continue reading Outlander now on Netflix
***** 4.5 stars, Loved it: Set in both present day and World War II, The Light Over London is a must-read. Continue reading The Orphan’s Song by Lauren Kate