It’s Tuesday again so it’s time for my weekly collaboration with The Broke and the Bookish. This week we are telling our top ten books on our TBR pile.
Aberrant by Ruth Silver
On her wedding day Olivia is arrested in the dystopian society where she lives. Her crime – she was born naturally. She and her best friend Joshua escape to a new town, but this town has it’s own different set of rules. Book 1 in the Aberrant series. Dystopian. 249 pages.
Moloka’i by Alan Brennart
Rachel Kalama is growing up in 1890’s Honolulu when it’s discovered that she has leprosy and has to move to the colony of lepers on Kalaupapa. Historical fiction. 400 pagges.
Mrs. Poe by Lynn Cullen
A fictional account of the love triangle involving Edgar Allan Poe, his wife and his mistress.
Historical fiction.336 pages.
The Lion in the Lei Shop (Nancy Pearl’s Book Lust Rediscoveries) by Kaye Starbird
When the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor, Marty is evacuated from the city to a new life with just her and her mother. Historical fiction. 291 pages.
Faith Postures: Cultivating Christian Mindfulness by Holly Sprink
A discussion of the mindfullness process of letting God change us, of letting him develop spiritual sensitivity toward the things of God and His kingdom. Christian Living. 138 pages
The Midnight Rose by Lucinda Riley
A generational tale of Anahita that begins in India and moves to the remote Astbury Estate where she become involved with Donald Astbury and his conniving mother. Historical fiction. 496 pages.
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
A Thriller about a marriage gone terribly wrong. Suspense.434 pages.
Eat Cake by Jeanne Riley
A whimsical story of Ruth who loves to bake cakes and sees cakes as a solution to everything.
Contemporary fiction. 272 pages.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by Frank Baum.
The classic story of Dorothy who finds herself in the mythical land of Oz. Classic fiction. 117
Midnight Train to Paris (A Paris Time Travel Romance) by Juliette Sobanet
Jullian Chamboard’s sister has been abducted. When Jillian and her Samuel Kelly, former CIA agent, arrive in the Alps they discover that instead of the train taking them to Jillian’s sister, it’s taking them back in time to 1937. Time Travel. 233 pages.