There has been many good books this month, including finishing the Outlander series.
The eighth book in the Outlander series and still as action packed. Claire and Jamie have reunited only to be drawn up in the goings on of the Revolution. There are many new romances also in this book which was lovely to see. Plus some interesting revelations for Roger and Brianna.
Darlene is starting over with her life and moves to San Francisco to hopefully peruse her dream of dancing. She meets Sawyer who lives in the same apartment building. Sawyer is finishing law school and studying for the bar all while raising his young daughter after her mother abandoned her.
Violet is acting as a tour guide to cover for her identical twin sister when the guy she spent one night with joins her on a tour.
Emmy and Nick were married one crazy night in Vegas, however Nick leaves and they don’t see each for nine years. That is until Emmy gets a teaching position in the same small town that Nick lives.
Kieran has known right from the start that Marie is the girl for him, he only needs to convince her of that fact.
Jude used to be a cop and in a single night his entire life changed, after he was the first responder to a house fire. Rhion’s life also changed in a single night but she shares a special connection to Jude.
Kera has known since she was fifteen that she will marry the son of the mafia, but everything changes when she ends up marrying the henchman Deklan instead.