|Florida Keys, 2012. I miss it!|
We've been blessed in our family to travel and enjoy a lot of good times, but this year with half of us in college, a son serving a church mission and those wonderful government furloughs, we stayed home, and it was business as usual. I skipped blogging last week to finish up some books for review, so if you're looking for a Spring Break read for your vacation, check out these two books below. If they pique your interest, by all means support the authors and pick up a copy. They are clean, sweet and exciting fun. Authors love word-of-mouth reviews!
Knight of Glory (Kingdom of Arnhem, Book 2)
Woman of Honor, to pick up with Aislinn of Bairbhe who dreams of becoming a knight. Despite her family's disapproval, she is soon put to the test and falling in love with the prince who was once her greatest critic. In, Kingdom of Arnhem, Book 2, Aislinn's best friend, Sir Geoffrey, must go back to war to protect his kingdom, but his thoughts are distracted by the mesmerizing Lady Celestia.
Zoltack's storytelling is romantic and adventurous. I like that she is tasteful even with this violent time period. The details and dialogue are fun to explore, and the story is historical entertainment that carries you away for awhile. The series I've read so far, are fun books and would make great summer reading for almost any age.
Pick up the Kingdom of Arnhem series at Amazon.com.
Visit this interesting author at http://www.nicolezoltack.com/.
Sweet Teen Romance
One Rainy Summer
Ms. Robinson's books are appropriate for all ages (any Southern country girl!) and cover several different genres. One Rainy Summer is perfect for an afternoon escape and appropriate for even the youngest tween.
One Rainy Summer is at Amazon.com and other online stores.
Find out more about B.J. Robinson at her cool-looking blog here!