The Magicians and Mrs. Quent by Galen Beckett. A gentle, Regency era fantasy.
Always Lord of the Rings, because it feels so BRITISH
Animalia by Graeme Base - because I can get lost in the images for hours
Any crochet pattern book with an interesting project to work one while I stay inside.
Any one you happen to be reading and enjoying...
Born of Water by A.L. Knorr, mostly because it's a book that involves a lot of water (with the best mermaid details I've ever seen), plus it's so good it will make you forget all about the weather.
Eragon (Christopher Paolini) a hefty book with a fascinating character -- the dragon Saphira!
Gunner's Run by Rick Barry. Light hearted but action-packed WWII escape thriller, a fun relaxing read.
Randall Allen Dunn
The Beast of Talesend by Kyle Shultz because you won't want to put it down for even a moment! If the rain lasts a long time, you could even keep going with the series!
Katy Huth Jones
The Blood Race by K.A. Emmons. Has one of my favorite and most relatable heroes. Plus, shapeshifting, magic powers, and an incredible bad guy with action that leaves you on the edge of your seat.
Laura A. Grace
The Doon Series, by Carey Corp & Lori Langdon. Loosely based on the Brigadoon legend, our heroines are transported from a murky mist in the dead of night to a bright and sunny fantasy land, complete with a wicked witch and a pair of handsome Scottish princes. This series does the same for the reader. Buh-bye rain, hello Doon!
A. K. R. Scott
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