Each day during the month of March I will feature three Easter, Spring or St Patrick’s Day themed books. Hope you find some that are new to you and some that you enjoy. Enjoy your reading.
A life-affirming tale of fantasy, fate, and love.
Single mom Erin Flaherty is down on her luck. Not only is she fighting romantic feelings for Father Brendan O’Donnell, St. Anthony’s brown-eyed and broad-shouldered priest, but she also faces a heartbreaking choice. After the vet diagnoses her son’s Irish Setter with a life-threatening illness, Erin must find a way to raise the funds for the surgery that could save him. Unfortunately, the income from her shoe repair business and Irish step-dancing lessons barely put food on the table.
What’s a woman to do?
When an odd little man appears in Erin’s life, her entire belief system is challenged. Can she keep her faith in the luck ‘o the Irish and the power of love?
A fun and funny romance with a touch of magic! (Goodreads)
The fourth work in the widely acclaimed, laugh-out-loud Trash n’ Treasures series by the husband-and-wife writing team, “New York Times”-bestselling author Max Allan Collins and mystery-writer Barbara Collins.
Spring has sprung a major leak in far-from-serene Serenity, as the Mississippi River drops in for an extended stay. With homes and businesses flooded, how better to help the town recover than by staging a church bazaar?
Brandy Borne knows her mother Vivian’s plan, however, is more likely to lean towards Bizarre, especially when she hears Mother wheedle a reclusive Russian heiress into donating the last Faberge egg ever created! When the winning bidder turns up mortally scrambled, Brandy and Mother cook up a plan to crack the case of this killer…who is one seriously bad egg! (Goodreads)
Chef Olivia Paras has too many eggs in one basket-and is feeling like a basket-case…
When NSA big shot Carl Minkus dies right after eating the dinner Olivia Paras’s staff had prepared, all forks point to them. Now the Secret Service is picking apart the kitchen-and scrutinizing the staff’s every move. The timing couldn’t be worse with the White House Lawn Easter Egg Roll to prep for without access to a kitchen. Olivia must find the real culprit-before she cracks under pressure. (Goodreads)