May was release month for His Perfect Family, so as you can imagine, my efforts were almost exclusively focused on getting things ready for launch. I’ve reignited my love for audiobooks and had the chance to read some great books, including a number of ARCs. They were mostly audiobooks, but still, an ARC is an ARC.
Books Read in May
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I’m doing a slow read of the Royal anthology. So far, I’ve read 8 novellas in that collection. (You’ll get my synopsis and review of that book once I’ve made it through all 25 stories).
The Castle Keepers, by Aimie K. Runyan, J’nell Ciesielski, and Rachel McMillan
I started this book in April and listened to the first two novellas, but I finished it in May. Follow the lives of three Alnwick men as they resume their lives after fighting in a war. Read my full review.
Famous for a Living, by Melissa Ferguson
Cat makes her living as an influencer which could be a problem because Zaiah hates everything her lifestyle represents. Read my full review.
The Love Script, by Toni Shiloh
Neveah gets a taste of the high life when she starts dating Hollywood A-lister Lamont Booker but sometimes, things aren’t as they seem. Read my full review.
Rescue in the Wilderness, by Andrea Byrd
A daring rescue leads to an unexpected adventure that includes the chance to win the heart of her dashing protector. Read my full review.
Doctorshipped, by Savannah Scott
This was a fun, slow-burn romance about a guy falling for his best friend’s sister. Some parts of this book were laugh-out-loud funny. Read my full review.
God Sees You, by Aminata Coote
Do you believe God hears your prayers? 21 devotionals written from the perspective of women in the Bible invite you to get close as you unwrap the character of God. Learn more.
Praying Your Way Through Social Media, by Latasha Strachan
Are you using social media as a tool for the Master? A call to Christian entrepreneurs and artists to reimagine how they utilize social media. Learn more.
Hidden Currents, by Christy Barritt
When a detective is forced into hiding to save her life, she finds other things to occupy her time, including solving mysteries.
The Viscount and the Vicar’s Daughter, by Mimi Matthews
What happens when the jaded viscount meets the innocent vicar’s daughter? Read my full review.
Face Your Fears: Choose Faith Over Fear, by Aminata Coote
What would life be like if you didn’t give in to your fears? This 7-day challenge is a call to face your fears. Learn more.
The Dark Guest, by Sarah Hamaker
The past comes to call in this gripping tale. Read my full review.
Condemn Me Not, by Heather B. Moore
A true story is enhanced in the gripping tale about Susannah North Martin, accused of witchcraft in 1692. Read my full review.
Nowhere to Turn, by Lynette Eason
A widowed mother and her son try to outrun those who seek to kill them. Learn more.
A Tailor-Made Bride, by Karen Witemeyer
A seamstress and livery owner clash over the true meaning of beauty and find love along the way. Read my full review.
When Life Doesn’t Match Your Dreams, by Jill Eileen Smith
Jill Eileen Smith blends biblical teaching with fiction in this interactive study of twelve women in the Bible.
Long Time Coming by Vanessa Miller
The story of two women who were on a downward path until they met each other.
A Change of Fortune by Jen Turano
Hijinks rule when Eliza and Hamilton try to locate her stolen fortune.
Have you read any of these books? What were the books you read in May?