I signed up for the Quarter Cannonball and complete the required 13 reviews with this entry, but I’ll keep going and see how far I can get!
Review #11: Die For You by Lisa Unger
I would consider this my first “summer read” for the year. I got what I was looking for – a fast-paced quick read full of high drama and intrigue.
Review #12: Otherwise Normal People: Inside the Thorny World of Competitive Rose Gardening by Aurelia C. Scott
Aurelia Scott brings to life the enchanting world of competitive rose gardening through her portrayal of those who have fully committed themselves to following their passion.
Review #13: Twilight Forever Rising by Lena Meydan
Twilight Forever Rising takes place in a world of vampires that is dominated by family “Houses” that imbue their members with skills and magic specific to their vampire lineage.
Review #14: The Distant Hours by Kate Morton
Kate Morton’s second novel, The Distant Hours explores the unearthing of hidden histories within the faded fairytale setting of Milderhurst Castle.