Four Books That Can Be Read With a Cup of Tea (October 2015)
Some months, my reading is varied from genre to genre. This month, the books that came my way all had a similar theme of a lady on a journey to discover herself with some romance mixed in. They were also books that were good to read with a cup of tea or coffee on the table beside me. The books had great dialogue and varied on location, plot and time period. For me, they were perfect fall reading especially since they supported what I have been learning in the Intentional Woman Study that I am doing. From my study, “If I live intentionally, being true to my personality, serving out of my God-given giftedness and calling, I no longer feel a need to envy anyone else’s career, marriage, ministry, talents, or mission.” It is fun when fiction books support the lessons I am learning. So without further ado, here are the four books I read this month.
1. She Walks in Beauty by Siri Mitchell
2. Edenbrooke: A Proper Romance by Julianne Donaldson
3. In the Field of Grace by Tessa Afshar
4. Corner Booth by Chautona Havig
What books have you read this month that you would or would not recommend? Once again I am linking up with Anne at Modern Ms. Darcy in her books Quick Lit link up.