14. The Hope Within (Heirs of Montana #4) by Tracie Peterson
This was a pretty good book. When I picked it up, it had been a few months since I read the others and I actually got it confused with another series so it took me a few pages to remember where I was :). I really FELT this one. It was so very real with very tough marriage and life struggles and I completely identified. I actually questioned whether it would be a happily ever after.
15. Tomorrow’s Garden (Texas Dreams #3) by Amanda Cabot
This was a good book, too. I liked the characters, it didn’t feel contrived or unrealistic and I LOVE LOVE LOVE the old idea of courting. So much nicer than serial dating. I think that’s why I love historical romances :). I wrote a full review last month.
I just didn’t feel like reading much during Lent. As always, I’m striving to do better and be a better wife and mom and am in my quarterly “Should I really be spending time on this?” quest. I’m ALMOST finished with Finding Your Purpose as a Mom: How to Build Your Home on Holy Ground by Donna Otto. LOVING that one. I’ll be linking up a more in depth review on May 10 with Life As Mom – Booking It 2011.
How about you? Did you read anything good during Lent?
This post is linked to What’s On Your Nightstand? @ 5 Minutes for Books and Booking It 2011 @ Life As Mom.