Recommended Reads for April

Golden StarsLast month I felt so good after a run of five star reads, I decided to try something different. From now on (or until I decide otherwise), in my monthly recommended reads blog, I am only going to present the books I would rate as five stars. I’ll continue to list all four (and five) star reads on my Recommended Reads page (Look on the header).

So if you’re looking for a stellar read in April, check these out:

Becoming Lady Amherst (historical spanking romance) by Celeste Jones – Can a Yankee girl be transformed into a lady? Written with Celeste’s Jones’ trademark wit.

Archetype (science fiction)  by M.D. Waters – A woman wakes up in hospital with no memories of the man claiming to be her husband, but dreams of a past that cannot possibly be her own. Or can it? This book is so incredibly awesome, I cannot gush about it enough. I can guarantee that Archetype will be on my year end awards list. I’ve already pre-ordered the sequel, Prototype. If you read nothing else this year, read this book!

A Cup of Sugar (Contemporary Romance) by Karla Doyle – She intends to keep her sexy neighbor at a distance until a blizzard heats things up. A good read when you want something light.

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6 Responses to Recommended Reads for April

  1. Karla Doyle says:

    Hi, Cara! Thank you for the shout-out for Cup of Sugar! I’m so pleased you enjoyed it. 🙂

    Archetype sounds great, I’m going to check it out now.

  2. Thanks for including Lady Amherst! I’m honored. I’ll give Cup of Sugar a try, so thanks for the recommendation. I might even give Archetype a try. You may turn me into a Sci-Fi fan yet!

    • Cara Bristol says:

      There are always those books that transcend genres–people will like them even if they don’t care for that particular genre. I think this is one of them. The sci-fi I read is more relationship oriented, it is not the space techie thing.

      This is the line from the book description that sold ME on the book: “Emma fights for freedom but is held captive by the love of two men—one her husband, the other her worst enemy. If only she could remember which is which. . . .”

  3. Blondie says:

    Thanks for the recommendations. I will be putting these books on my to read list. Lady Amherst is already on it.

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