My Favorite Books for 2020

These are not listed in order of rank and you can see I may have binged on quite a few Sally Britton books this year. But I want you to know one on this list ranks above and beyond all the others in my mind. A Long Time Comin’ by Robin W Pearson is the most ‘real’ book I’ve read in a long time. Loved it!



             A Long Time Comin’- Robin W Pearson

             In Spite of Ourselves- Jennifer Rodewald

             An Unlikely Proposal- Toni Shiloh


            On Wings of Devotion- Roseanna M White

            The Maid of Fairbourne Hall- Julia Klassen

            Miss Devon’s Choice- Sally Britton

            An Uncommon Woman- Laura Frantz

            The House at the End of the Moor- Michelle Griep

            Reforming Lord Neil- Sally Britton

             His Unexpected Heiress- Sally Britton

            Saving Miss Everly- Sally Britton

            Miss Devon’s Choice- Sally Britton

            More Than a Pretty Face- Karen Witemeyer


            The Hope of Christmas Past- Stephenia H McGee

            The Wedding Dress Christmas- Rachel Hauck

            All the Moore- Toni Shiloh

            This and Every Christmas- Jaycee Weaver


My Book Boyfriends

Check out my blog posts to find out why these are my favorite male leads.

Davis Carter- A New Shade of Summer by Nicole Deese

Sylas Rutledge - To Wager Her Heart by Tamera Alexander

Noble Rynallt - The Lacemaker by Laura Frantz

Jesse Gates - The Love Letter by Rachel Hauck

Samuel Thatcher-  The Noble Guardian by Michelle Griep

Favorite Authors

Tamera Alexander- Historical


Katie Ganshert- writes women's fiction and YA.

Michelle Griep- writes a variety of Christian fiction. My favorites are her historicals.

Rachel Hauck- split-time romance


Denise Hunter- contemporary romance.

Kristi Ann Hunter- historical romance- Regency period


Francine Rivers- multiple genres, all of them great!

Jennifer Rodewald- women's fiction.

Toni Shiloh- contemporary romance and she is my critique partner!

Southerns words                  vs     How everyone else says it    

Stump-as in, he stumped his toe.