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2021 Best Books of the Year

I’ve reread a lot of my favorite books this past year, but I’ve also found some great new books to share with you. Here are my favorites for 2021:

January – The Accidental Text – by Becky Monson (clean romance)

February — Georgiana’s Secret – by Arlem Hawks (clean, historical romance);
Fire of Faith – by John Groberg (non-fiction, memoir)

March — Midnight for Charlie Bone – by Jenny Nimmo (children’s, fantasy, adventure);
The Lady and the Highwayman – by Sarah M. Eden (clean, historical romance)
Making the Marquess – by Nichole Van (clean, historical romance)
Over Sea, Under Stone — by Susan Cooper (middle grade, YA, fantasy adventure)

April — The Acorn People — by Ron Jones (non-fiction, memoir)
A Gentleman Scholar — by Sarah M. Eden (clean, historical romance)
The Lady and the Fool — by Kristen D. Randle (fantasy)
Into the Deep — by Virginia Smith (mystery)
Old Testament and Related Studies — by Hugh Nibley (non-fiction, ancient studies)

May — Kiss Me Now — by Melanie Jacobson (contemporary, clean romance)
Stormy Petrel — by Mary Stewart (romantic suspense, mystery)
Airs Above the Ground — by Mary Stewart (romantic suspense, mystery)
At the Back of the North Wind — by George MacDonald (children’s, fantasy)

June — Fourth Sister — by M. L. Farb (fantasy, adventure)

July — Enoch the Prophet — by Hugh Nibley (non-fiction, ancient studies)
The Sweet Rowan — by Keira Dominguez (clean romance, fantasy)
Her Caprice — by Keira Dominguez (clean romance, fantasy)

August — The Telling Truth — by Keira Dominguez (clean romance, fantasy)
Little Lord Fauntleroy — by Frances Hodgson Burnett (children’s)
A Little Princess — by Frances Hodgson Burnett (children’s)

September — Enola Holmes and the Black Barouche — by Nancy Springer (historical, mystery)
And There was Light — by Jacques Lusseyran (non-fiction, memoir)
Castle Shade — by Laurie R. King (mystery)
October — Charming Artemis — by Sarah M. Eden (clean, historical romance)

November — Cytonic — by Brandon Sanderson (adventure, science fiction)

December — Heart of Gold — by Quinn Coleridge (romantic suspense)
Skunk and Badger — by Amy Timberlake (children’s)

And the award for my very favorite books of 2021 (since I loved them both) goes to: Heart of Gold, by Quinn Coleridge ( a beautiful love story — see my review), and Skunk and Badger, by Amy Timberlake (a delightful story that reminds me of Frog and Toad, or Wind in the Willows). I hope you’ll read and enjoy them as much as I have. Happy New Year!

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