Five Cozy Reads for the Fall

Fall is in the air! With the Autumn Equinox days away, it’s prime time to stock up your library with heartwarming romances, inspiring fiction, and British mysteries. Check out the list below for cozy fall reads!

Mapleton Social by Cammy Trubisky

(Fiction / Romance)

Escape to the sweet town of Mapleton in this clean, contemporary romance. After losing her husband and sending her daughter off to college, Hope Parker isn’t ready to go home to an empty house. Will life give her a second chance at love? Follow a heartwarming cast of characters as they hope life will give them a “next time” to find love and belonging.

The Trees Inspire by Joyce L. Kieffer

(Historical Fiction)

Immerse yourself in the timber farms of 19th century Pennsylvania in this historical coming-of-age novel. As a young woman with limited choices, Rebecca struggles to see how she can pursue her dreams and what, if anything, she can do about the disappearing forests surrounding her childhood home. Will Rebecca’s journey lead her to a new life of privilege in the thriving, bustling city — or will she return home to help heal the people and forests she loves?

She Lies Beneath: A Chief Inspector Cam Fergus Mystery by Frances Powell

(Fiction / Mystery & Detective)

When a college archeological team uncovers remains at Goodrich Castle, Chief Inspector Cam Fergus and his team are thrust into another murder investigation in the autumn-hued British countryside. This book is part of a series, but each can be read in any order or alone. If you’re a police procedural or true crime fan, this is the seasonal mystery for you.

The Fall Bucket List by Kara Holland

(Juvenile Fiction / Seasons)

This sweet, colorful children’s book follows a young boy and his grandma as they make a to-do list of autumn activities. Warm, hand-drawn illustrations and sweet rhymes make this a charming bedtime read. Pick this one up to read with your little one all season long!

A Light in the Darkness by Regina Santos

(Fiction / Historical Romance)

On a beautiful autumn day, in a small Swiss Café, a French nurse and a German engineer fall in love with one another right before WWII. Just like the turning autumn leaves, everything changes with the outbreak of the war—and the distance between them grew into immeasurable proportions. If that description doesn’t hook you, then perhaps the sweeping love story or historical, European setting will. This is a book to curl up with for hours!

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  1. What is the process for a book to become the book of the day? The title of my book is “The Darker Side of Me”, author Vanessa Brown.

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