For July’s #ForeverSummerReading exclusive, Amy Jarecki shares her summer reading list! Plus, enter a giveaway to win Forever Romance’s latest releases.
We are thrilled to be teaming up with Forever Romance this summer to highlight some of their hot new releases! For July, we’re spotlighting Amy Jarecki’s latest historical romance, The Highland Chieftain. This is book 4 in the Lords of the Highlands series and will be available on July 31, 2018.
Thanks to our friends at Forever Romance, we have a special treat! Amy Jarecki is sharing her favorite novels for the summer with us her. I have to say, Amy has *excellent* taste, because several of these books are on my faves list, too!
Check it out here, plus make sure to enter the #ForeverSummerReading giveaway HERE, where 10 people will win a complete set of our #ForeverSummerReading lineup for July (Heart of Glass by Nicole Jacquelyn, Bad For You by J. Daniels, Darkest Night by Megan Erickson, True-Blue Cowboy by Sara Richardson, and The Highland Chieftain by Amy Jarecki) AND a tote bag!
Amy Jarecki’s Summer Reading List
Summer is when I drive to visit my mother in Oregon and listen to audio books. In general I travel more, and there’s nothing that passes the time spent on a plane better than reading! Here are some of my favorites:
Bedding the Highlander by Sabrina York:
You can’t go wrong with a book by Sabrina York and this Bookshots novella is a delight. I listened to the audio which was very nicely narrated Euan Morton. This book is action packed and full of steam as sworn enemies Katherine and Ben find love in medieval Scotland.
Marrying Winterborne by Lisa Kleypas:
I just finished reading Marrying Winterborne by Lisa Kleypas, and this book has it all! It will put you right in the middle of the late 19th century as if you were really there. It is full of unexpected twists and turns and marvelous characters. Brava, Lisa, brava!
The Hellion by Christi Carlisle:
I actually listened to The Hellion on audio while I was driving to the RT Book Lover’s convention in Reno. Caldwell adds a unique twist to the Regency genre with this book by introducing characters on the fringes, characters of low birth who are on the outside of the ton, looking in. I enjoyed this “listen” and the way two enemies become lovers. If you’re tired of dukes and duchesses and want something new, read The Hellion!
The Bridgerton Series by Julia Quinn:
I adore Julia Quinn. Read. Her!
The Highland Warrior by Monica McCarty:
This is one of McCarty’s earlier books, but a fantastic tale of enemies to lovers. After making a truce, passionate nights turn into a love that cannot be ignored!
Too Scot to Handle by Grace Burrowes:
Burrowes is one of the most historically accurate authors I have ever read, moreover, she is a good person who is devoted to helping others. In Too Scot to Handle, you’ll find a Scottish hero who doesn’t quite fit into London and the ton, and an orphan-loving heroine who has a heart as big as the Atlantic. Together they face enemies and potential ruin as their love blossoms into to a happily ever after!