WWW Wednesday

Welcome to another edition of WWW for the month of March.  WWW Wednesdays is a weekly meme hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading.

To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…
• What are you currently reading?
• What did you recently finish reading?
• What do you think you’ll read next?

Currently Reading:
Missing Destiny by Nancy Straight
Lauren is visited in her dreams for years by a stranger claiming to be her destiny. Destiny becomes reality when paths cross during a failed robbery attempt. Lauren and the stranger experience chemistry like no other and now her doubt over her long time relationship with her high school sweetheart is not her only secret…someone else knows about her keen intuition and sixth sense.

A mysterious clairvoyant seeks Lauren out and tells her not only of her life now but what the future may hold. Soon Lauren is in the middle of a murder investigation and a questionable friendship with the key suspect.

Law enforcement, friends and family are concerned for Lauren but unfortunately they are unaware of the true danger…

Sinister forces are at work and will stop at nothing to destroy Lauren’s abilities.

Recently Finished Reading:

Ordinary Angels by India Drummond

An urban fantasy / paranormal romance novel in which Zoe Pendergraft falls in love with an angel, frees a soul from necromancers, releases a ghost trapped in the Void, and saves his living grandson from demons.

I’ll post a review of this celestial tale this week. Stay tuned..

The Frozen Trail by Lisa Dayley

I’m not a Mormon but I just happened to come upon this story about an incredible journey of a family to find a new home. I thought the story was good; lots of lessons to be learned. Here’s a simple summary from amazon.

In 1856 the Mormon pioneers trekked across the Great Plains in wagon trains and pulling handcarts, to find a new home safe from persecution. This is the story of one 18-year-old young woman, Emma Girdlestone, of the Willie Handcart Company, who faced starvation, frostbite, and death so she and her family could join their fellow Latter-day Saints in the Salt Lake Valley.

Will Read Next:
I wonder which I’ll read next – a romantic-comedy / fantasy / or a mystery-thriller?

Victoria and the Rogue 

From the bestselling author of “The Princess Diaries.” Growing up in India, 16-year-old heiress Lady Victoria Arbutnot is unceremoniously shipped off to London to find a husband.

My Boyfriend’s Back by Chrissy Olinger
An ex-boyfriend definitely has come back to woo his girl.. Yes he came back – from the dead??? SOunds fun to read, eh!

Rock and Roll Homicide by R. J. McDonnel
Ex-musician PI handles his first murder case. Will soon learn more if I decide to read this next..

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