The Bungalow is Sarah Jio's second novel and I have to say, I loved it a lot more than her first, The Violets of March. TVoM was a good book, but I realized that as time went on I kind of forgot about it. I'm happy to say that I think The Bungalow will…
The Witch's Daughter, by Paula Brackston THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER: An enthralling tale of modern witch Bess Hawksmith, a fiercely independent woman desperate to escape her cursed history who must confront the evil which has haunted her for centuries.
Another great book. It was a lot more rambly than the last book of his I read, but I still loved it. I also find with his work that you need to force yourself through the first chapter. It's in chapter two that it really starts to get interesting.
Gonna have to read this one: Three women starting over on a wonderful old farm in the Shenandoah Valley. Everything goes wrong but life is filled with happy surprises as they renovate an old mansion and discover the wonderful history of their new home.