Christmas Wishlist

This post is inspired by The Scribbling Sprite.

The Top Five Books I Hope Santa Leaves in My Stocking
 
 
 
  1. The Secret of Pembrooke Park by Julie Klassen.  She is one of my favorite authors.  You know the kind: the ones whose new releases you have marked on your calendar and buy even if you haven't read the back cover blurb.  The only reason I haven't bought it yet is because the release date is so close to Christmas and I might get it.
  2. Tears of the Sea by Marylu Tyndall.  A Christian book featuring a mermaid? Yes please.  I'm asking Santa for this one because I couldn't find it in any of my local bookstores.
  3. A Lady at Willowgrove Hall by Sarah Ladd.  It's the third book in the Whispers on the Moors series.  I recently read The Heiress of Winterwood and am currently reading The Headmistress of Rosemere.  Based on what I've read so far I'm sure I'll want to pick up book three immediately.  Besides, who couldn't use a little regency romance for Christmas?
  4. Threats of Sky and Sea by Jennifer Ellision.  I just recently heard of this book, but with a kick-butt heroine and what promises to be a lot of action this could be the cure for my Hunger Games withdrawal.
  5. The Healer's Apprentice by Melanie Dickerson.  I adore re-told fairy tales.  Melanie Dickerson has been on my radar for a while but I haven't actually read any of her novels.  Might as well start at the beginning, right?
   
 


***Update:  Santa, aka my awesome  little brother, delivered.  Check 'The Secret of Pembrooke Park' off the list.    :)

Comments

  1. Awesome! Can't wait to hear what you think of Pembrooke Park. And I love Melanie Dickerson!

    Merry Christmas!!
    Ally @ The Scribbling Sprite

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