Summer Reading

Looking for a book to enjoy by the poolside, beach or lazing around your back yard for the summer? I’ve compiled a list of books that I have read (plus my own for a little self promotion) that you may enjoy checking out for your summer reading pleasure. Books range from time travel, romance, comedy, mystery, historical, thrillers, paranormal, military, suspense, sexy and more. A great eclectic selection.

WHAT A GIRL WANTS by Selena Robins  – “Perky and fun. This book is much more than a romance it also has mystery and some kick-ass dialogue.” Review by Bookaholics Reviewer

Here are my recommendations in alphabetical order by author:

FOR A ROMAN’S HEART by Denise Agnew

MALE CALL by Denise Agnew 

CONSOLING ANGEL by Denise Alicea

TRIAL JUNKIES by Robert Gregory Browne

GOOD INTENSIONS by Joy Fielding

PARANOIA by Joseph Finder

LOVE YOU MORE: A Detective D. D. Warren Novel by Lisa Gardner

WHISPERS FROM THE ASHES by Patricia Hester

CRATER (A HELIUM-3 NOVEL) by Homer Hickman

BROKEN by Maddie James

GONE GROOM GONE by Nancy Lauzon

THE JUDAS APOCALYPSE by Dan McNeil

THE BURNING EDGE (A Jack Gannon Novel) by Rick Mofina

CUPID’S ENCHANTMENT (NAUGHTY CUPID) by Michelle M. Pillow

PERSONAL RESEARCH by Cari Quinn

THE PERFECT SUMMER by Luanne Rice

THE GUARDIANS: The Guardians Book One by Mandy Roth

COLLATERAL DAMAGE by J.L. Saint

 PULSE AND PREJUDICE by Colette L. Saucier

 LOVE IS A FOUR-LEGGED WORD by Kandy Shepherd

UNKNOWN FUTURES (1 Night Stand Series) by Jessica E. Subject

EVERYBODY’S DAUGHTER by Michael John Sullivan

FINDING CHRISSTEN by N.J. Walters

THE PLAYER’S CLUB by Cathy Yardley

Please share your recommendations for summer reading. I’m always on the look out for new authors to read as I’m sure you all are as well.

Happy Reading!


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5 thoughts on “Summer Reading

  1. http://www.amazon.com/Armed-Outrageous-Barton-Mystery-ebook/dp/B007Z5Y30Q/ref=cm_rdp_product

    Grandma Mazur meets Murder She Wrote with a dash of The Golden Girls.

    Cozy mystery senior citizen style. Agnes Barton at the age of seventy-two gets herself involved in the disappearance of missing tourist, Jennifer Martin. Eleanor Mason ten years Agnes’ senior, tags along like business as usual, but these two find more than bingo chips, they find clues.

    With the local sheriff uninterested and balking the idea that foul play is at hand, Agnes and Eleanor turn to super sleuth and search for the woman themselves getting into more trouble than the pair can nearly handle making for some laugh out loud scenes.

    When Agnes’ former boss and secret crush rolls into town things heat up in a big way, but soon they all dodge for cover as goons roll into town and bullets begin to fly.

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