June 13, 2012
Books for Poolside (or the Beach, if I'm Lucky)
Mermaids, a prince, a girl who can communicate with fish, and a kingdom to save. Perfect read for beside the water, no?
GROUNDSWELL BY KATIE LEE
A woman escaping to a coastal town after her husband's infidelity, looking to start over, and a hot tamale surf instructor to teach her the healing powers of surfing and the possibility of new love.
THE YARD BY ALEX GRECIAN
Someone is killing "The Murder Squad" of Scotland Yard in Victorian London. The new hire and the Yard's first forensic pathologist try to figure out who it is before he kills another of them.
IN THE KINGDOM OF MEN BY KIM BARNES
It is 1967. Gin, a poor Oklahoma girl raised by a strict grandfather, marries Mason, the hometown hero. When her husband takes a job with the Arabian American Oil company in Saudi Arabia their life becomes the stuff of fairy tales. Until one day when a Bedouin woman is found washed up on the shores of the Persian Gulf. Gin and Mason's world comes closing in tightly around them as Mason is the suspect of the woman's murder.
SCARLET BY A.C. GAUGHEN
Robin Hood's gang of merry thieves has a secret: one of them is a girl. A girl with a mysterious past. A girl who risks everything to keep her identity from Nottinghamshire, even as Lord Gisbourne, who works for the Sheriff, closes in on her.
What books are you looking to read by the water this summer?