An informal challenge I am doing this year through Emilie Richards Readers Facebook page calls for some sort of weather in the title of the book. So I decided to look at books I have read with some sort of weather in the title or ones I’d like to read. I didn’t manage to get a lot of weather variety but let’s see. Of course the weather word might not actually be referencing weather but that’s quite okay by me!
This is sixth in the Outlander series and of course I have read it. Sitting on my shelves.
It is set in 1772 and the American Revolution is just beginning and of course Jamie is involved. But… through Claire of course, he knows how it will eventually all end.
Mind you I just read #9 in the series and they are still stuck in Revolution times!
This is the latest in the Psy Changeling series by Nalini Singh. Of course I want to read it. I’ll be pre ordering it. This is the USA cover, I’ll most likely get our cover. Will be too late for the challenge but I thought it had a great weather title to fit in here!
Of course sunshine is what we like in our weather. A Bad Day for Sunshine is one I’ve read and loved.
Different but so entertaining. I thought ‘really weird’ as I began but soon I was really cheering for all the wacky characters. Plenty of family drama and little surprises. I’ve read the next one as well, and let me tell you watching out for the next one.
This is second in a series by K. A. Tucker and I’ve read the first one awhile back now. I want to listen to this one via audiobook.
It’s romantic suspense/crime and has good reviews from Goodreads readers I follow. Just need to get onto it. Could be for April but might not get to it.
And the one I am going to read for April and the Emilie Richards Readers Challenge is The Secret of Snow Viola Shipman. I bought it last year but it just didn’t get its turn. So now is the time.
Again it has great reviews, and as I am going into winter, the winter weather flavour is fine. Looking forward to it.
What’s a book with weather in the title that you’ve read and enjoyed?